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    An auction of festively decorated trees in Memorial Hall to support the School of Music and the Arts.

  •   Private Officer International has named Michael Thornhill as the 2012 Founder’s Award recipient. This ...
  •   Ceramic artists Chase Gamblin and Wesley Smith will present a free exhibit from Nov.
  • Cumberland University has created a new campus watch program to help further protect its growing ...
  • Cumberland University will present a free exhibit of landscape paintings by Murfreesboro artist Glenn Merchant ...
  •   Cumberland University to host state-wide music education event On September 29, Cumberland University will ...
  • After about a year of planning Cumberland University administrators, local officials, and members of the ...
  • Few professors have left so indelible an impression on an academic program as Dr. Russ Cheatham. Having directed Cumberland’s Criminal Justice and Public Administration (CRJ) program since its inception in 1995 until 2012, Cheatham helped develop the course of study from a fledgling B.A. initiative into a thriving program that now produces graduates that often outperform their peers from other universities.

  • As an undergraduate in Cumberland’s University’s Computer Information Systems program, Blue is studying for a life of technological innovation. It is a familiar pursuit for the aspiring software engineer; from a very early age, Blue became fascinated by technology.

  • Coming to Cumberland University has been a learning process for Bradley Williams. In four years at the University, the senior Sports Management student has excelled as a scholar and an athlete, learning a great deal about both academics and soccer.


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