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Lemus Presents Brain Injury Research at the American Neurological Association

Fourth year honors neuroscience student Crystal Lemus recently presented her traumatic brain injury research at the American Neurological Association (ANA) Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. At a time when support for basic and translational science is in need of a strong voice and the...

Sociology Alumnus Dr. Bradley Koch Leads Innovative Class Project at Georgia College

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Dr. Bradley Koch, a 2002 Belmont alumnus, recently led an innovative project for students in his Sociology of Music class at Georgia College, where he currently serves as an assistant professor.Each semester, Koch gives his class the option to do a traditional research paper...

Cusic Releases New Book ‘Nashville Sound’

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Professor of Music Business at Belmont University, Dr. Don Cusic, recently released his latest book, "Nashville Sound: An Illustrated Timeline." The book, which was released towards the end of 2018, tells the story of music in Nashville beginning in the nineteenth century.Cusic's book release...

Visiting Law Professor Published in ABA Journal

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An article written by Belmont College of Law visiting professor, David Hudson, was recently published by the American Bar Association Journal. The article, titled "Is recording others legal, and is it ethical?," focuses on whether lawyers recording their clients is legal and ethical. It is...

Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie Urges Audience to ‘Take a Stand’

Event kicked-off Belmont's annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast with keynote addressBishop Vashi Murphy McKenzie, the 117th elected and consecrated bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and the first woman to serve in the role, spoke to a packed crowd on Friday, January...

Pharmacy Students Receive their White Coats

Belmont University's College of Pharmacy first-year students,82 in total, received their white coats on January 11, a practice that symbolizes their transition into pharmacy practice experiences in institutional and community settings. The Tyler Duke family received the Friend of the College Award in recognition of...

Hobson Featured Speaker at Experimental Aircraft Association Event

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Dr. Eric Hobson, professor of English, recently served as the featured speaker for the Experimental Aircraft Association's 2019 kick-off dinner in Knoxville, TN. His presentation was titled, "Demonstrating Aircraft's Value to Science in Extreme Settings: The Matto Grosso Expedition (1931)," and explained the role the...

College of Health Sciences and College of Pharmacy Hosts Inter-Professional Events

More than 200 first year graduate students in the Colleges of Health Sciences and Pharmacy participated in an inter-professional seminar focused on understanding the roles and responsibilities of each discipline as part of an inter-professional team to maximize patient outcomes. As part of this...

Bishop Vashti McKenzie to Serve as Keynote Speaker for Belmont’s MLK Celebration Week

University announces annual MLK Week programmingWith Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day approaching, Belmont University has announced plans for its 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative week, including several opportunities for students, faculty, staff and community members to get involved. The annual commemorative program...

Smith Published in Journal of Critical Incidents

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Dr. Amy Smith, assistant professor of music business, was recently published in the Journal of Critical Incidents.The journal is published by the Society for Case Research and provides examples of critical incidents that promote quality in teaching.Smith's work was titled "Is Fair Use Fair?...

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Belmont College of Law Boasts Highest Bar Passage for First-Time Takers...

Class of 2018 students achieve a 94.5 percent first-time pass rate, the highest earned in the College's historyWhen the Tennessee Board of Law Examiners...

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Songwriting Alumnus C.J. Solar Scores First No. 1 Radio Single ‘Up...

CJ Solar, a Belmont songwriting graduate, was recently featured in Music Row Magazine for co-writing his first No. 1 radio single, "Up Down," featuring...

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Austin Channing Brown Seeks to Inspire Students to Be Change Agents

Following worship music from the Black Student Association choir, author/speaker Austin Channing Brown spoke in Chapel on Wednesday as part of Belmont's Fourth Annual...

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Sociology Alumnus Dr. Bradley Koch Leads Innovative Class Project at Georgia...

Dr. Bradley Koch, a 2002 Belmont alumnus, recently led an innovative project for students in his Sociology of Music class at Georgia College, where...

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