Faith Community Nursing Workshop

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CBU’s Nursing Program and the Church Health Center partnered recently to present a workshop course in Foundations of Faith Community Nursing at CBU. This course is designed to introduce and prepare registered nurses for the specialty practice of faith community nursing. Spirituality is a content thread woven through out each module. The modules are divided into the units of spirituality, professionalism, wholistic health and community. The modules, spread over several weeks, have varying lengths from two to four hours for total contact hours of 34 hours and include such topics as prayer, self-care, ethical issues, documentation, health promotion, life issues of violence, suffering and grief, assessment and care coordination. The entire course is being videotaped and put into an online format with a target date of August 2013. For more information on faith community nursing, please visit the Church Health Center’s website.

Tri Beta Inductions

The Mu Tau chapter of Beta Beta Beta biological honor society held inductions for new members on Wednesday February 20. The ceremony included a presentation by our very own Dr. James Moore (Biology), who gave a talk about the “Causes & Consequences of Channel Modification: Examining the Alteration of Ecological Patterns in Western Tennessee.”

Tri Beta would like to congratulate the following students who were inducted as Associate Members for the year of 2013: Emi Abutineh, Cale Alexander, Tachele Anderson, Joanna Arnett, Matthew Brint, Rachel Depperschmidt, Majdi Elias, Alma Godoy, Patrick Held , Shannon Joyce, Tierney Kizer, Sarah Langsdon, Shelby Malcolm, Alex McCormick, Brent McGlaughlin , Megan Mosier, Toni Patrick, Gabriela Quiroz, Mehak Rajani, Tiffany Rice, Katherine Robinson, Marie Ryall, Matthew Skelton, Bailey Smith, Whitney Stepter, Hema Sura, Ben Tansey, Colt Terhune, Camisha Terrell, Ryan Tomlinson , Nhu-Phuong Vo, Will Walsh, Kevin Young and Anqi Zheng.

Tri Beta would also like to congratulate those who were inducted as Full Members: Stephanie Allen, Alex Bickenbach, Darianne Butler, Lauren D’Surney, Jessica Jameson, Hannah Kurtz, Shannon McDonald , Erika Olvera, Charlene Ann Patino, Matthew Pointer, Don Rautine, JD Wolfe and Erika Yates.

Choosing a Major Workshop

Are you unsure what you’re going to major in?  Are you in a declared major but think it might not be the best fit for you?  If so, please join Academic Services and Career Services to learn how to find a major that fits with your interests, abilities and values. You’ll learn more about the majors and minors offered at CBU and will receive a great list of resources to help you develop your own personal action plan.  The workshop will be held Thursday, March 14, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Buckman Hall 102.  Please RSVP to tkofahl@cbu.edu.

Exhibition by Brother Jerome Cox

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St. John Baptist de La Salle, by Brother Jerome Cox

Brother Jerome Cox, director of the Lasallian International Art Culture Center near Florence, Italy, and one of the most celebrated artists of the Christian Brothers, is exhibiting some of his sculptures at James Gattas Jewelers (4900 Poplar Avenue) this week, Monday-Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. All proceeds from the exhibit go toward Brother Jerome’s mission work for the Christian Brothers.

Brother Jerome was born in Minneapolis and studied art at the University of Notre Dame, Washington University in St. Louis, and the Illinois Institute of Technology. He has a master’s degree in art education, and received several grants to study at the Villa Schifanoia School of Fine Arts in Florence, where he was awarded the the Master of Fine Arts.

Currently, Brother Jerome directs the Lasallian International Art and Culture Center in Florence. This center is dedicated to providing a place for contemplation, creation, and communication in the modern world, from fostering an upbuilding community among its members to creating brilliant works of art, like Brother Jerome’s sculptures.