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    University honors faculty, staff with service awards

    During its annual President’s Welcome and Worship Service, Carson-Newman University celebrated 23 members of its faculty and staff with service awards. President Charles A. Fowler (front row, left) congratulated those […]

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    President Fowler announces C-N transitions

    As the fall semester begins on Carson-Newman’s campus, President Charles A. Fowler announced transitions within the University. The transitional plan positions the University for success in carrying out its mission. […]

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    From Blackhawks to the White House, alumna traces her journey back to campus

    Before Katie (Morris) Slingerland flew Blackhawk helicopters, before she worked at the White House, and long before she became battalion commander for 1st Battalion, 145th Aviation Regiment at Fort Rucker […]

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    C-N alumni help bring “12 Angry Jurors” to life on the stage

    A local  theater production inspired by the award-winning “12 Angry Men” teleplay and feature film brings the talents of three C-N alumni together. Presented by Jefferson City’s Legacy Theatre, “12 […]

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    Super Bowl success still motivates Carson-Newman alum as NFL training camps open

    As NFL training camps open for business, one particular Carson-Newman alum is ready to get to work, easily motivated by the previous season. Zach Witherspoon can describe the way it […]

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    C-N dean tapped to serve on national association board

    Carson-Newman University’s Dr. Heather Whaley is named to the American Associations of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) Board of Directors. Whaley, who serves as dean of C-N’s School of Business […]

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    Eagle Anglers land successful weekend with 4th annual youth camp

    Carson-Newman University’s nationally ranked Eagle Anglers hosted its fourth annual Youth Angler Academy over the weekend. The event, which gives high school and middle school age anglers the chance for hands-on instruction […]

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    Caradine chosen for exclusive New Bridge program

    An exclusive study program, New Bridge, is opening an exciting door for Carson-Newman University’s Ashley Caradine this month. Caradine, who serves as C-N’s director of Multicultural Services, will be one […]

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    Major Young comes home

    Major promotable Frances R. Young, a 2007 alumna, to serve as ROTC professor of military science at the University