Thursday, 29 January
The Campbell University community got its first opportunity to shake hands and chat with President-Elect J. Bradley Creed during several “meet & greet” sessions on campus Thursday, Jan. 29.
Wednesday, 21 January
Campbell University President-Elect J. Bradley Creed and his wife, Kathy, will be in Buies Creek on Thursday, Jan. 29, for a series of meet-and-greet events open to Campbell faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
Friday, 02 January
J. Bradley Creed was elected as the fifth president of Campbell University Friday morning. Creed, an accomplished leader of mission-driven institutions and a nationally recognized historian of religion, was unanimously approved by the Campbell University Board of Trustees during a special session Friday. Creed is currently Provost and Executive Vice President and Professor of Religion at Samford University. Before his appointment at Samford, he served as dean of The George W. Truett Seminary at Baylor University.
Tuesday, 09 September
Campbell University today released a 24-page Presidential Search Prospectus that highlights the school’s programs, location, and unprecedented growth and presents the attributes desired in the next president.
Monday, 18 August
Benjamin Thompson ’76, ’79 JD, chair of Campbell University’s Board of Trustees and Presidential Search Committee, will be on campus next week with fellow trustees and search committee members Dr. Leah Devlin and Fred Taylor ’64 to meet with faculty, staff and students.
Wednesday, 06 August
BUIES CREEK—Benjamin N. Thompson, chair of the Campbell University Board of Trustees, has announced the formation of a 13-person presidential search committee tasked with identifying and recommending to the Board of Trustees candidates to succeed Campbell President Jerry M. Wallace, who announced in April that he will step down as president on June 30, 2015.
Wednesday, 23 April
Campbell University President Jerry M. Wallace, who has led Campbell to unprecedented growth and transformed the university into a destination for leading health education and other key programs over the past 11 years, announced during a April 23 meeting of the university Board of Trustees that he will step down as president on June 30, 2015. After a one-year sabbatical, he will transition to the honorary role and title of university chancellor.