The community is invited to attend a diverse lineup of free CU Connect programs at Cumberland University.
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CU Connect programs are designed for freshman and sophomore students as an opportunity to discover their academic interests, obtain guidance in making career choices, and learn about resources in the community. However, anyone in the community can benefit from CU Connect, with topics ranging from “Faith and Science: A Conversation” to “Beekeeping.”
“College is about making connections in community with others — relational connections, idea connections, theory and practice connections, connections with your values and interests. We want to ensure that our students (and community) have a broad array of opportunities to discover who they are and what they are passionate about, gain perspective on the world, challenge conventional wisdom, and explore the complexities and beauty of life,” said Dr. Joshua Hayden, executive director of general education and assistant professor of leadership studies.
The CU Connect calendar for the rest of the Spring 2016 semester can be found at connect.cumberland.edu. Sessions take place in the Learning and Career Commons, but check the calendar for an exact location. There is no need to make a reservation.