category: Campus News

C-N celebrates the holidays with the Fasola Foundation

The Cooperative Management class of the Department of Family & Consumer Sciences hosted a networking luncheon on November 29, 2012 at Duncan Hall honoring members of the Board of Directors of the Juanita Fasola Foundation, Inc. The Fasola Foundation, Inc., which provides funding for the education and training of youth and young adults in basic life skills and family and consumer sciences curricula, has awarded four grants totaling $75,000 to the FCS Department. The grants are being used to transform Duncan Hall Cooperative Management Lab, a two-story, ten room 1920’s house on the north side of campus, model of re-adaptive, sustainable, energy efficient housing. The Duncan Cooperative Management Lab is directed by Dr. Diana D. Carroll, who has been the lead grant writer and director.

Pictured at the luncheon are Mr. Ray Bible; Diana Carroll, Naomi Larson, C-N First Lady, Kay O’Brien; Fasola Foundation Board members, Mrs. Alice Ann Moore and Mr. Jess Francis; Family and Consumer Sciences Department Chair, Dr. Kitty R. Coffey and C-N President, Dr. Randall O’Brien.

Previous Post

Day named finalist for Upshaw Award for nation’s best lineman

Next Post

2009 C-N Alumnus in Army’s National Talent Competition

Related Posts

  • Campus News

    Samaritan House Family Ministries named Non-Profit of the Year

    Samaritan House Family Ministries was selected as the Non-Profit of the Year for Jefferson County. The ministry is a component of Carson-Newman University’s Appalachian Ministries of the Smokies (AMOS). The […]

  • Campus News

    Carson-Newman takes top honors in national marketing and advertising awards

    Carson-Newman University’s Marketing and Communications Office was among the top winners in multiple categories in the 2022 Collegiate Advertising Awards. The Collegiate Advertising Awards is a national program recognizing higher […]

  • Campus News

    Carson-Newman students spend Spring Break helping others, sharing the gospel

    “God is at work.” That was the consensus following Carson-Newman students’ return to campus after serving on GenSend mission trips. Thirty-six students along with members of the C-N community forwent […]