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    undergraduate/resources/student-success-center/career-services/current-job-listings Job Announcements: The City of Knoxville is seeking to hire a Animal Control Officer . Please find details at link below. If you have any questions, please contact the Civil Service...

  • Leadership Council

    administration/advancement/women-of-vision/leadership-council Council Officers:   Kay O’Brien, President, kobrien@cn.edu   Kathy May, WOV Chair,  kathykmay@comcast.net   Susan Fendley, Vice...

  • Foods and Nutrition Major and Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics

    undergraduate/undergraduate-studies/family-and-consumer-sciences/departmental-programs/foods-and-nutrition-major-and-didactic-program-in-nutrition-and-dietetics The Mission of Foods and Nutrition major with or without Dietetics emphasis (Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics) is to provide students a high quality academic preparation in...

  • German

    undergraduate/undergraduate-studies/world-languages/departmental-programs/german The Foreign Language Department is located on the third floor of Henderson Humanities Building. Through the Liberal Arts Core Requirement we enable students to acquire the ability to communicate...

  • State Authorization

    adult-graduate-studies/online-learning/state-authorization What is State Authorization? The United States Department of Education requires that institutions of higher education comply with any applicable state approval or licensure requirements in...

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  • Jeremy Buckner

    Dean of Adult & Graduate Studies Dr. Jeremy J. Buckner serves as the Dean of Adult and Graduate Studies at Carson-Newman University. Dr. Buckner is a  native Texan having "recently" moved to Tennessee in 2008; however,...

  • Clark Measels

    Chair of Music and Professor of Music - Church Music; Director of the Ball Institute of Church Music Dr. Clark Measels serves as Director of the Ball Institute for Church Music. He has served as a State and Regional Governor for the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Additional service...

  • Sue Swilley

    Professor Emerita - Flute Originally from Louisiana, Dr. Swilley joined the Carson-Newman Music Department in 1965 where she taught applied woodwind, freshman music theory, instrumentation and orchestration, woodwind and...

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