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Journalism Outreach Program Makes News

An outreach program by Belmont University's journalism program is the subject of a story in Friday's edition of The Tennessean's Davison A.M. section. Here's an excerpt. Belmont University and the National Association of Black Journalists have teamed up with Maplewood High School to provide students...

Quoted: Madeline Bridges

Dr. Madeline Bridges, associate dean for academic studies and professor of music education in the School of Music at Belmont University, and past president of the Tennessee Music Educators Association, is quoted in The Tennessean in this story about music education in the public...

Fisher To help Lead Chamber

Belmont University President Dr. Robert Fisher has been elected chairman-elect of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce.

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., is coming to Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, for two months this spring. The exhibition, entitled The Creative Spirit: The...

Cornwall Commentary Published in NBJ

Dr. Jeff Cornwall, director of Belmont's Center for Entrepreneurship, had a commentary published in the March 5 issue of Nashville Business Journal, based on an entry previously published on his weblog.

New Dean Named at Belmont School of Religion

Belmont University has chosen Dr. Darrell Gwaltney, Dean of the MacArthur School of Continuing Education at Palm Beach Atlantic University, as the next dean of Belmont's School of Religion. Gwaltney, also an associate professor of religion and literature at the Florida university, will replace Dr....

Belmont Mansion Sets Tourism Record, Extends Hours

Belmont Mansion, the historic mansion on the campus of Belmont University, has increased its operating hours to accommodate growing tourist attendance. The historic home of Adelicia Acklen welcomed a record number of tourists in 2003, up 47 percent over the year before, as the...

Free Throw

Belmont University student Juawana Patton won a semester's free tuition by hitting a half-court shot at halftime of the men's basketball game game Saturday (Feb. 28) between the Belmont Bruins and Georgia State, the last regular season basketball game before the start of the...

Four Top Students to Present at Alpha Chi Convention

Four of Belmont University's top students have been selected to make presentations at the Alpha Chi Region III Convention, April 1-3, 2004, in Nashville. Students and faculty sponsors from 35 colleges and universities in Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Virginia, Alabama, and Mississippi,...

NBJ Reports on International Business Major

The current issue of Nashville Business Journal includes a story exploring the plans for a new major in International Business at Belmont University's Jack C. Massey College of Business Administration, including exchange agreements with several universities in Europe, and efforts to "widen the pipeline...

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Physical Therapy Students Hear Lecture from World-Renowned Ultrasonographer

Belmont University physical therapy students recently participated in a lecture on ultrasound examination of the hip and the use of ultrasound guided injections by...

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Sheryl Crow to Appear as Guest Artist for Nationally Broadcast ‘Christmas...

Show to air on Nashville Public Television and nationwide on PBS in December World-renowned musician Sheryl Crow joined nearly 700 student musicians, Belmont School...

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Vital Worship Grant speaker Dr. Constance Cherry

Belmont Awarded ‘Vital Worship’ Grant

Funding from Lilly Endowment to support examination, practice of diverse worship experiences Belmont University was recently awarded a $17,000 “Vital Worship” grant from the Calvin...

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Social Entrepreneurship Student Recognized for Nonprofit Work

Senior social entrepreneurship major Andrew Bishop was recently recognized as the inaugural Entrepreneurship Student of the Year by Sigma Nu Tau, the national entrepreneurship...

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