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ҹ첥 Southern NAfME student representative

The annual National Association for Music Education Collegiate Leadership Advocacy Summit (CLAS) is an exciting multiday event from June 10th to June 12th that brings together NAfME Collegiate members from across the nation for leadership learning sessions, advocacy training, and professional networking in Washington, D.C. As part of the 2024 National Leadership Assembly, NAfME leaders and advocates will be […]

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Mayo family donates Dr. S.M. Mayo’s books to ҹ첥

The family of Dr. S.M. Mayo, former chair of the BCC/ҹ첥 religion department, has donated his personal library to ҹ첥 Southern. Mayo was a professor from 1976 until his death in 1997. Something of a Renaissance man, Mayo set out to become an aeronautical engineer until God changed his pathway. He was a graduate of […]

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Norris Family Legacy Living on Through Third Generation

Fred Norris III and his wife, Tracy Compton Norris ’83, recently visited campus to deliver proceeds from The Frederick K. Norris Jr. and Mary Ann R. Norris Charitable Remainder Trust and the Fred K. Norris Jr. Charitable Remainder Unitrust. The $321,507 gift will provide a Christian education to more young men and women. Fred and […]

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ҹ첥 Alumnus Inaugurated as Fourth President

ҹ첥 Southern University inaugurated B. Keith Faulkner as the university’s fourth president Monday, March 25 in a service in Lightsey Chapel. Faulkner was unanimously elected by the Board of Trustees on July 25, 2023, and began his service as president in October. He is the first ҹ첥 Southern alumnus to serve the university as president. […]

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Global ҹ첥 opens on ҹ첥 Southern campus

Global ҹ첥, the One Region Roadmap lead agent for the global fluency arm, officially opened its office after a ribbon cutting ceremony on the campus of ҹ첥 Southern University Friday, March 15. Stephanie LeVan, executive director of the ҹ첥 Center for Global Education, serves as president of Global ҹ첥—which is located in the Hunter Center. […]

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Bucs serve worldwide for Spring Break 

Students, faculty, and staff from ҹ첥 Southern University shone brightly last week as they exemplified the meaning of servant leadership. Groups from campus ministries, residence life, and academic creative teamwork represented the university through various mission trips as they scattered over the globe.   Cyprus  Five students from the Nielsen College of Business, two cybersecurity […]

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ҹ첥 Southern’s newest published authors

At ҹ첥 Southern, students are not the only ones to accomplish big dreams, but our faculty do as well.  Dr. Heather Chadwick and Mr. Boyce Smith recently published the second revised edition of  Mastering Personal Finances: A Biblical Approach along with Ron Blue. Professors in the Nielsen College of Business, they serve as assistant director and director […]

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Classroom project would change lives of foster children

Entering the foster care system understandably fills children with anxiety. A classroom project completed for an Early Childhood Practicum class has the potential to help ease that anxiety. Alyssa Phillips, a senior child development major, created a project called The Distraction Bag. While comfort bags filled with basic necessities are given to some children in […]

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ҹ첥 Southern top-ranked in S.C. for online programs

ҹ첥 Southern’s online bachelor’s programs and online bachelor’s programs for veterans are the top-ranked programs in South Carolina according to U.S. News & World Report’s best online programs list, released in February. According to U.S. News & World Report, “ҹ첥 Southern University′s online programs are among more than 1,800 programs surveyed by U.S. News. Only regionally accredited institutions whose programs […]

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ҹ첥’s Dewey Center for Chaplaincy partners with ICISF

The Dewey Center for Chaplaincy at ҹ첥 Southern University recently entered into a strategic partnership with the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc., of Ellicott City, Maryland.  Dr. Ron Harvell, director of the Dewey Center, said, “Together, we will provide accessible training for those serving, or preparing to serve, in environments where crisis intervention skills […]

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