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New faculty gather at CU's first chapel of the fall semester

2018-08-29 - Taylor County, KY - Photo by Joshua Williams.
Campbellsville University new faculty attending the chapel service Aug. 22, 2018 include from left: Front row - Taren Morse, assistant professor of art; Dr. Seneca Rodriguez, assistant professor of education; Ariel Darnell Carter, instructor in psychology; and Christina Myers, instruction/reference librarian. Second row - Jonathan Moore, assistant professor of biology; Kalon Moody, assistant professor of social work; William Neil Caldwell, instructor in social work; Shaelyn Bishop, instructor in biology; Dr. Wes Auberry, assistant professor of business; with Dr. Donna Hedgepath, provost and vice president for academic affairs. Third row - Dr. Michael V. Carter, president; Blaine Mullins, instructor in mathematics; Dr. Rocky Wallace, associate professor of education; Deborah Holt, instructor in education; Thomas Lyon, assistant professor of English; William Plotts, instructor in nursing; Dr. Abiodun Robert, assistant professor of computer information systems/computer science; and Dr. Vince Scovetta, associate professor of computer science. Several others were unable to be present at the time of the photo.

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