Belmont University is joining with Conexión Américas, a nonprofit organization representing Hispanics in Tennessee, and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, on Avance!, a new small business [Read more ...]
Belmont to Offer Class on Country Lyrics as Literature This Fall Six months after Tennessee’s U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander stood on the floor of the U.S. Senate and, in memorializing the late, [Read more ...]
The Tennessee Register previews the upcoming half-day seminar, Integrating Faith & Work: Building Your Business on a Solid Moral Foundation, sponsored by the Belmont University Center for [Read more ...]
The single largest public exhibition of the works of famed sculptor Frederick Hart, whose famed relief sculptures grace the National Cathedral in Washington D.C., is coming to Belmont University in [Read more ...]
Area art lovers will soon have the opportunity to view a never before seen collection featuring one of the South's favorite artists. Belmont University will host the works of Carroll Cloar (1913-1993) in the exhibit, Carroll Cloar: Timeless Tales of the South.
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Belmont University is being considered as a site for the 2004 Presidential Debates. Belmont will be one of 14 possible locations nationwide to host a debate. If selected, Belmont would host the debate in the university [Read more ...]