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Why I Chose Campbell

July 23, 2013

During Summer Orientation II July 12-13, we asked about a dozen incoming students why they chose to attend Campbell University. Here's what they said.

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Campbell Proud: Rebecca Garland

July 1, 2013

"Teaching is the hardest thing you can do. . . . I think that’s the thing we need to remember: we come up with all these innovations, but at the end of the day, the people who have to do it are the ones who have the hardest jobs," says Rebecca Garland '81 MED, chief academic officer of the N.C. Department of Public Instruction

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How I’m spending my summer

June 17, 2013

Summer 2013 doesn't officially begin until June 21, but Campbell students, faculty, and staff are already making the most of it. They're working, completing internships, taking classes, studying abroad, traveling -- staying busy. Here's a look at how we're spending our summer break so far.

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Campbell Proud - David Moffitt

June 5, 2013

On May 31, David Moffitt was one of just 10 scholars from around the world to receive the prestigious Manfred Lautenschläger Award for Theological Promise 2013. He’s an assistant professor of New Testament and Greek in the Campbell Divinity School.

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2 days, 5 ceremonies, 901 degrees

May 13, 2013

A total of 901 students received undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees over the course of Campbell's five graduation ceremonies on May 10-11.

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Campbell Proud - K.T. Payne ’13

May 1, 2013

Graduating senior K.T. Payne has loved plants since she can remember. This spring, she was one of only 25 college students in the nation to receive a Young Botanist Award from the Botanical Society of America.

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“A presence of Christ”

April 22, 2013

Like many other college freshmen, Sarah Winter’s first year at Campbell University has been one of transition. There have been adjustments related to being away from home, living with a roommate, making new friends and managing a college course load. And, “We’re all trying to find ourselves and find some direction in life,” said Winter, a freshman from Apex, N.C., who is a biology and pre-physician assistant major.

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Guiding the Next Step

April 5, 2013

BUIES CREEK — For some students, it served as an opportunity to seek out summer internships or ideas about graduate programs. For graduating seniors, it was a chance to get a foot in the door for the start of their careers.

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