July 29, 2005

Photo of the Week



The staff of University Marketing and Communications (this now includes the copy center) will be off campus Tuesday, August 2 until 1:00 p.m. The mail center will be opened as scheduled.

Belmont News

Business blog raises profile of Belmont – The Tennessean
Memorial Foundation Gives $500,000 Technology Grant to Inman College of Health Sciences and Nursing
Forbes names Belmont professor’s blog to “Best of the Web”
Belmont Sets “Send-Off Celebrations” For Incoming Freshman
Celebrity Basketball Fundraiser at the Curb

Coming Up

The Curb Event Center will host A Place Called Hope: Michael English and Friends Benefit Concert for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Saturday, August 6, at 7:30 p.m. Michael English will host David Phelps, Scott Riggan, Katie Giguere, Christopher Lee and Keith Garrett. This fundraiser will lead in to the August Jerry Lewis Telethon on Fox 17. Gold Circle tickets are $15.50 with all others at $10.50.
The Nashville Youth Choir announces its 2005-2006 Season. The Youth Choir is a part of the Nashville Children’s Choir Program, one of numerous programs of the Belmont Academy, the preparatory division of Belmont’s School of Music. Nashville Youth Choir membership is open, by audition, to students in 9-12 for the 2005-2006 school year. Tuition for the season, which runs from August to May, is $250, with tuition discounts available for families with multiple children participating in the Nashville Choir Program. Each semester includes approximately 13 Monday afternoon rehearsals from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m., held in the Massey Performing Arts Center. Auditions for the Nashville Youth Choir will be held August 15, and regular rehearsals begin the following Monday, August 22. To set up an audition either before or on the August 15 date, contact Robert King, Director, at 615.279-6410, or e-mail robert.king@lipscomb.edu.
Move In Day is Saturday, August 20. Contact Matt Burchett at burchettm@mail.belmont.edu or 460-8532 to volunteer for a shift.
The first day of classes is August 24.
High School Preview Days for juniors and seniors are scheduled for October 1, October 29 and November 12.

In Our Thoughts

Please keep Dr. Marty Bell, professor in the School of Religion, in your prayers over the loss of his mother, Mrs. Vivian Marie Bell, who passed away on Saturday, July 23.


*Editor’s note – I rely on all of you to keep the birthday list current. If you notice a mistake or missing birthday, please e-mail the update to communication@mail.belmont.edu. Thanks!
July 29
Jennifer Cummings, Education
Arthur Davis, Maintenance Services
July 30
Jeff Kirk, Music
Valerie Sloan, Art
Jennifer Wetzel, University Marketing and Communications
July 31
Helen Bond, Belmont Central
Amanda Maddox, Residence Life
August 1
Jamie Marcus, Student Affairs
Tommy Moran, Security
August 2
John Halle, Physical Therapy
August 3
Jimmy Binkley, Custodial Services
Todd London, Music
August 4
Veronica Smith, Mail Center
August 5
LeighAnn McInnis, Nursing
John Moore, ITS
August 6
Claudia Myrick, IT
August 7
Anne Edmunds, Admissions
August 9
Mary Godwin, Psychology
August 11
Lynn Eastes, Theatre
Kristi Whitten, Music
August 12
David Julseth, Foreign Language
August 13
Sal Greco, Ocean Way
Sue Kinzer, Business
Jennifer Simmons, Student Health Services
August 14
William Bailey, Psychology
Mary Byars, Admissions
Stephanie Harris, Religion
August 15
Tony Cross, Athletics

July 22, 2005

Photo of the Week

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School of Business professor John Gonas with the 100 Kings.

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