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NAIA’s champions of character turns into internship for CU graduate

7/22/2016 Cumberland University Senior Becomes First Intern Championship Service Project Inspires Student-Athlete July 21, 2016 Established in 2000, the Champions of Character program was created to instill values of good character among coaches, student-athletes and parents. Teams at NAIA institutions take part in various Champion of Character activities as part of the Teaming Up Read More

CU releases 2016 spring dean’s list

6/23/2016 Cumberland University congratulates the following students for their outstanding accomplishment and inclusion on the Spring Dean’s List. URL:… Read More

Tennessee Supreme Court receives national recognition for student education project

6/17/2016 The Tennessee Supreme Court was recognized for its SCALES Project as the 2016 recipient of the Sandra Day O’Connor Award for the Advancement of Civics Education. The award was presented Thursday, June 16, 2016, at the annual Bench Bar Luncheon, a joint program with the Tennessee Judicial Conference and the Tennessee Bar Association. Kentucky Supreme Court Read More

McChurch Scholarships Awarded

6/10/2016 From the Wilson Post – Published:  June 8, 2016 Proceeds from 2nd annual golf tournament The second annual Tyler McChurch Foundation Memorial Golf Tournament was held Monday, May 16 at Lebanon’s Five Oaks Golf & Country Club and raised over $46,000. Named in honor of the former Cumberland University and friendship Christian football standout Read More

CU art professor wins lifetime achievement award

6/10/2016 Ted Rose, a nationally-recognized artist and author, and professor in Cumberland University’s School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts, will be awarded the 2016 Joe W. Giles Lifetime Achievement Award from the Tennessee Arts Academy (TAA) on July 15. The award is conferred upon a Tennessee teacher whose life’s work is widely acknowledged to Read More

University benefactor and fine art center namesake passes

6/4/2015 Dr. June Love Heydel, for whom Cumberland University’s Fine Arts Center is named, has passed away. Dr. Heydel, was an avid patron of the arts at Cumberland University and in the Nashville community. Her husband, Dr. William D. Heydel, is a member of the Cumberland University Board of Trust. “The mark that June has Read More

CU now offers M.S.N. degree

5/27/2016 Recruitment has begun for Cumberland University’s newest degree program beginning this fall: the Master of Science in Nursing. The Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions is answering the demand for more nurses with a master’s degree. CU’s M.S.N. program has one track, which is for nurse education. The classes are all online, except for a one Read More

Cumberland University holds 174th commencement

5/7/2016 The weather could not have been any better for Cumberland University’s 174th commencement ceremony Saturday with approximately 486 graduates receiving diplomas. The ceremony began with a bagpiper and drummer leading a processional of administrators, faculty and students from the Dallas Floyd Gymnasium to the front lawn of Memorial Hall. This year the honor of Read More

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James’ receive Sullivan award

5/4/2016 Ed and Susie James are the 2016 recipients of Cumberland University’s Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award.The Lebanon couple will receive the award at commencement on May 7. The prestigious award, established by the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation, is given to community members who selflessly serve others. Sullivan Awards are highly prized and have been awarded Read More