- Tue, 11 Mar 2014My Case is Altered: A Panel Discussion - Trible Library 209 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
- Tue, 11 Mar 2014Dominion Power: Career Panel Discussion - Luter Hall 121 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
- Wed, 12 Mar 2014A Career in the Arts: Q&A with Struan Leslie - Ferguson Center Rehearsal Hall 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
- Thu, 20 Mar 2014TheaterCNU Presents: A Delicate Balance & Dance Concert - Ferguson Center, Music & Theater Hall 7:00 PM
- Fri, 21 Mar 2014TheaterCNU Presents: A Delicate Balance & Dance Concert - Ferguson Center, Music & Theater Hall 7:00 PM
|BB&T Colloquium Series on CapitalismThe BB&T Colloquium Series on Capitalism presents lecture: "The Fallacy of Economic Stimulus" with guest speaker Dr. Jerry L. Jordan.Read More|
|Dr. Harvey Klehr, Andrew W. Mellon Professor, to speak at CNUCNU's Center for American Studies and the Friends of the Trible Library to Host Lecture by Dr. Harvey Klehr, Andrew Mellon Professor of Politics and History at Emory UniversityRead More|
|CNU Police Chief Jeffrey S. Brown Appointed to Virginia Dept. of Criminal Justice Services BoardGovernor Robert McDonnell recently announced the appointment of Christopher Newport University Police Chief Jeffrey S. Brown to serve on the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services Board (DCJSB).Read More|
|CNU STAND presents "Invisible Children” Face-to-Face Stories of WarMeet Grace, a student from northern Uganda and one of the “Invisible Children.” Grace and her fellow students in the Legacy Scholarship Program have overcome all odds. They are night commuters, child-mothers, displaced persons and orphans by war.Read More|
|Lecture - Official English/English Only: Using Language as a WedgeThe Dean William Parks 2010-2011 Colloquia Series will host a lecture on Tuesday, October 5, at 7:30 p.m. featuring guest speaker James Crawford, founder and president of the Institute for Language and Education Policy.Read More|
|10th Annual CNU/Oyster Pointer 5K Winners AnnouncedThe course went down Shoe Lane, to Moores Lane, south to Selden Road, Country Club Rd., Central Parkway and Riverside Drive before turning back on Selden Road to the CNU campus. Read More|
|CNU Film Screening and Discussion of Israeli / Palestinian ConflictFilmed on location in the West Bank, Tel Aviv, and Jerusalem, "Little Town of Bethlehem" brings awareness to a growing nonviolence movement in the Middle East that seldom makes international headlines.Read More|
|CNU student awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program Scholarship to Taiwan Mr. Andrew H. Berglund of Christopher Newport University has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarship to Taiwan to teach English as a foreign language. Read More|
|Luter School of Business Students Place 2nd in Regional Marketing CompetitionA student team from CNU's Joseph W. Luter, III School of Business received a silver Marketing Award for Excellence and Innovation (MAXI) in the 2010 collegiate competition.Read More|
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