- Tue, 05 Aug 2014Summer Term II - Classes End - CNU Campus
- Thu, 21 Aug 2014Changing Tides: Transfer Student Orientation - CNU Campus All day event
- Fri, 22 Aug 2014Changing Tides: Transfer Student Orientation - CNU Campus All day event
- Fri, 22 Aug 2014Academic Convocation / Honor Code Induction - CNU Campus
- Mon, 25 Aug 2014Fall Semester: Class Begin - CNU Campus 8:00 AM
|Panel Celebrates 20th Anniversary of German Re-UnificationCNU's Department of History and Sister Cities of Newport News, Inc. (SCNN) will co-present a panel discussion celebrating the 20th Anniversary of German Re-Unification.Read More|
|Third annual Food for Thought campaign, “Will Sing for Food”Some people will do just about anything for a cause.Read More|
|Dr. Ian S. Lustick to speak on the Arab-Israeli ConflictThe CNU Program in International Conflict Management will present a lecture by Dr. Ian S. Lustick, Professor and Bess W. Heyman Chair at the University of Pennsylvania on the Arab-Israeli Conflict.Read More|
|Annual Workshop on Intelligence and National SecurityMaritime and Port Security: Addressing 21st Century Challenges. Thursday, October 28, 2010, in CNU's David Student Union Ballroom.Read More|
|Smithfield Foods Pledges 80,000 Servings of Protein to CNU Food DriveIn order to alleviate hunger and the suffering that comes with it, CNU has launched a campus-wide "Food for Thought" campaign that will fill the shelves of the Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula. Read More|
|CNU's Dean William Parks 2010-2011 Colloquia Series To Host LectureTuesday, October 26th, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. featuring guest speaker Dr. Jeffrey Reaser: "Using Language to Illuminate History and Culture: Teaching about Dialects in the Public Schools." Read More|
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