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5 Fun Fall Activities In The Lebanon Area

Midterms and tests can sometimes get in the way of enjoying the great fall weather and all of the season’s festivities. Here are five things to do in the Lebanon area this fall: 1. Mrs. B’s Pumpkin Patch Mrs. B’s Pumpkin Patch offers a variety of fun activities, including pumpkin painting, zoo animals, games, a Read More

6 Great Things To Know About CU Career Services

Finding a great internship or looking for a post-grad job doesn’t have to be difficult. Cumberland University Career Services is committed to helping all students succeed on a professional level. If you haven’t stopped by the Career Services office, located in the Learning and Career Commons Room 202, you can schedule an appointment with Director Read More

Harry Vise: His incredible story and impact on Cumberland University

Harry Vise was born in 1921 in Colbenz, Germany, and was the only son of a scholarly Rabbi. As anti-Semitism grew in Germany, the Nazis raided the Vise home. Young Harry escaped out a window and made it across the border into Holland, but his father, Rabbi Vise, was placed in a concentration camp in Read More

7 Reasons Why Going To A Small University Is The Best

Choosing the right college can be an intimidating task. Should you pick a school that’s far away or close to home? Public or private? A small college or a large university? At Cumberland University, our small campus promotes a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, where you will never be just another number! Here are some additional Read More

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Jenny Mason

Dr. Jenny Mason never expected to become a university professor, let alone a Program Director. But shortly after she finished her dissertation in June 2014, she was contacted by Dr. Eric Cummings, the Dean of the School of Humanities, Education and the Arts at Cumberland University, about an available Psychology Program Director position. Previously, Dr. Read More

Local Girl Scout troop earns First Aid Badge with help of Cumberland University facilities

Members of Lebanon-area Girl Scout Troop 452 earned their First Aid Badge by using nursing lab resources during a recent visit to Cumberland University’s Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions. The Girl Scouts tested out Mega-Code Kelly, one of the robotic simulation mannequins found in the Rudy School’s nursing lab, which allows users to Read More

Cumberland marching band returns with new parade tradition

This year, Cumberland University will have a new marching band. The 34-member marching band is the result of efforts from band director Wayne Ray, a Cumberland alumnus, who has spent the past year traveling to high schools in order to recruit student musicians. Along with the reformation of the marching band, Ray brings with him Read More

Faculty Spotlight: Sandy Smith

Associate Professor of Special Education Dr. Sandy Smith became interested in entering the education field after a high school teacher encouraged her to get involved in leadership activities. It was the teacher’s “love of teaching and support of her students” that inspired Smith to pursue a career in teaching. Smith is from middle Tennessee, having Read More

Pressing the button for the top floor

4/30/2018 Cooper Corley (‘18), from Dallas, Georgia, graduated from Cumberland University on May 5 with a bachelor’s degree in business management, and you will likely see him rise to the top of his career in record time. He has already landed a highly competitive job at Thyssenkrupp Elevator, an urban engineering company with offices around Read More

Become the Pilot

Carlos Tirado is a senior marketing major from Hermosillo Sonora, Mexico. In addition to studying business in the classroom, he tackles it hands on. Carlos has been interested in marketing since high school and frequently craves to find creative outlets, so he decided to start his own clothing brand, Pilot. “Once I found the right Read More