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Best Buddies Member Participate in Ambassador Leadership Training

On Saturday, February 16, members of Belmont’s student organization Best Buddies participated in an all-day ambassador leadership training. Best Buddies is an organization that creates opportunities for one-on-one friendships between Belmont students and community members with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). During the ambassador...

Flynn Publishes “My Family”

David Flynn, adjunct professor in English and Asian Studies, had a book of poetry published in February by cyberwit, an Indian publisher. My Family contains photographs and poems about his parents and extended family who lived in the Jackson, Tennessee area. Dr. Flynn has...

Searcy Selected to Participate in Harvard Business School Leadership Program

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Belmont University Director of Community Relations Joyce Searcy was recently named among the 2019 Class of Nashville Young American Leaders. The Young American Leaders program recognizes leaders in non-profit, government and business from 12 different across the U.S. Searcy was among the 10 selected...

Blash Teaches Final International Health Informatics Management Certificate Program Review Courses at HIMSS 2019 Annual Global Conference

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Dr. Anthony Blash, assistant professor in the College of Pharmacy, recently led the facilitation of the last major Certified Associate in Health Information and Management Systems (CAHIMS) Review Course before major changes in the Certification occur. This course was sponsored by the Health Information...

American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Hosts Panel for Law Students

On Wednesday, February 6, five members of the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law, Employee Benefits Committee joined Belmont Law students for a panel discussion on employee benefits law. The panelists described what it is like to navigate the intersection between...

Belmont Health Law Journal Hosts 2019 Whole Health Symposium

The Belmont Health Law Journal hosted its 2019 Symposium, “Whole Health: A Community Approach to Healthcare,” sponsored by Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison, on Friday, February 8. The symposium programming focused on providing valuable insight to local attorneys about how hospitals, government payors, insurers...

Belmont Criminal Law Journal Hosts Annual Symposium

The Belmont Criminal Law Journal hosted its annual symposium, “White Collar Crime in the 21st Century: When Corporations and Individuals Collide,” on Friday, February 1. More than 175 attorneys from the Nashville area attended.The symposium focused on analyzing the tensions that can develop between...

Sport Administration Students Win Case Study Competition

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Belmont’s Sport Administration Program won the Applied Sport Management Conference Case Study Competition held at the First Tennessee Park in Nashville on February 15. Students AB Hawkins, Ben Weisel, Declan McManus and Monica Fishering presented their solutions concerning a case focused on the expansion...

Interior Design Studio Dream Becomes Reality for O’More Alumni

Modern Remains and O'More alumni pose at their studio.
Opened in August 2018, Modern Remains is an interior design studio located in Nashville, TN that was dreamed up by three then-students in the studio at O'More School of Design, previously known as O'More College of Design. Despite graduating from O'More around the same...

Belmont Up ’til Dawn Raises Over $130,000 For St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Belmont University Up 'til Dawn showing how much money they raised.
Every year, Belmont University's Up 'til Dawn team works to raise money to support St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Their fundraising efforts culminate at an overnight event where students commit to "staying up for good" to help fight childhood illnesses.This year's event took place...

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College of Pharmacy Healthcare Informatics Students Create Artificial Intelligence Software for...

Belmont University College of Pharmacy third-year students Dominic Paolella, David Luong, Abdul Mohammed, Jonathan Ashton and Aziz Afzali recently undertook the challenge of developing...

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Belmont hosts largest-ever exhibition of Frederick Hart sculpture

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.,...

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The Men's Davis Cup Team with a Net Generation kids’ clinic with 40-60 local youth at Centennial Sportsplex in Nashville, Tennessee, April 3, 2018.

Tennis Teams Join Davis Cup Team to Lead Net Generation Kids’...

Belmont's men's and women's tennis student-athletes joined the U.S. Davis Cup Team yesterday to lead a Net Generation kids’ clinic with approximately 80 local...

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Alumni Band Poncé Featured on Lightning 100

Combining their creative efforts into one outlet, twin brothers Carson and Micheal Poncé serve as the front-men for their pop-rock band Poncé. Both Belmont alumni,...

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