May 6, 2014
Last fall Steven Walther, a 2013 Campbell University graduate, founded a start-up company that manufactures and sells a new toothbrush he invented: the Toof-inger. Conference presentations, pilot studies at dental offices, media interviews, sales pitches, and investor meetings followed. People took notice, but Walther needed a more dynamic logo for his small business. He turned to Campbell University students for help.
April 30, 2014
Lisa Stewart ’07 MEd is always challenging herself. That’s why she has participated in rodeos, competed at the Miss North Carolina pageant, played numerous sports, taught middle and high school, and served as a high school counselor. That’s also what drew her to Campbell University to build a nationally-competitive cheerleading squad.
April 8, 2014
Fifteen students, faculty and staff from the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine made the school’s first international medical mission trip during Spring Break.
March 24, 2014
“I think it’s difficult for people in public office to know when to leave and to allow somebody else to come in. Ideally you want to leave before the public thinks it’s time for you to leave,” says Colon Willoughby ’79 JD, who served as Wake County's district attorney for more than 27 years before resigning the position effective March 31
March 3, 2014
“My praises will never run out in giving thanks to God for bringing me to Campbell because we need theologians who will not just sit in offices and think about principles and doctrines,” says Jackson Adamah, a first-year Master of Divinity student from Ghana.“We need theologians who will make a difference in the life of the church in a changing world.”
February 3, 2014
Nancy Duffy can scratch starting a Bachelor of Science in Nursing program off her bucket list. As the founding director of Campbell University’s nursing program, she’s doing just that.
January 24, 2014
This year was a banner year in the 126-year history of Campbell University. The fall semester saw the launch of the Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine, North Carolina’s first medical school in over 35 years. With an expected 150-plus graduates each year beginning in 2017, the school will play an important role in easing North Carolina’s impending physician and health care professional shortage, particularly in rural and medically underserved portions of the state.
January 6, 2014
Program will benefit non-traditional and military students. Fifteen years after offering its first online courses, Campbell University will launch its first set of online degrees in 2014. In addition to a master of education degree, Campbell will offer associate and bachelor degrees, with flexible course schedules designed to meet the needs of adult students.
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