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Education

  • Discounted GED testing offered

    Kentucky Adult Education recently announced that eligible adults can take each module of the GED test at a reduced rate of $10, as a result of $20 vouchers being provided to eligible individuals.

    With the use of these vouchers, the cost of a full GED test will be $40. The regular cost of the GED test is $120, so the vouchers represent an $80 savings to test takers.

  • Hart named to Centre College dean's list

    Michael Hart of Campbellsville has been named to the dean's list for the winter/spring terms at Centre College, an honor reserved for students who maintain at least a 3.6 grade point average.

    Hart is the son of Cynthia and Scott Hart of Campbellsville and a graduate of Taylor County High School.

    Centre College, founded in 1819, is a nationally ranked liberal arts college in Danville.

  • Connexions Triathlon scheduled for Aug. 2

    Campbellsville/Taylor County Trail Town will host its second Connexions Triathlon on Aug. 2 at Green River Lake State Park. Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m. and the event starts at 8:30.

    The race will begin at the Lone Valley pavilion with a three-mile boat paddle along the GRL shore. Next will be a 20-mile bike ride through the park and last is a 5K run/walk along the road leading to the Lone Valley ramp area.

  • KET host to become CU adjunct faculty member

     

    Joan C. McKinney

    Campbellsville University

    Bill Goodman, host and managing editor of the Emmy Award-winning public affairs series "Kentucky Tonight" on Kentucky Educational Television is joining the mass communication department at Campbellsville University as an adjunct faculty member.

  • CU hosts freshman orientation

     

    Samantha Stevenson

    Campbellsville University

    School might be out for the summer, but for two days each month, Campbellsville University buzzes with life.

    LINC Freshman Orientation season is underway with new students coming on campus and getting involved with the campus, getting their IDs made, schedules settled and getting to know each other.

  • CU to offer master of arts in sports management

    Joan C. McKinney

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University will offer a master of arts degree in sports management beginning this fall.

    The MASM allows students to specialize in sport management, along with receiving advanced training in areas such as finance, event planning and sports ethics.

  • A Wise Choice participating in food program

    A Wise Choice Preschool and Daycare LLC, located at 659 W. Main St., is now participating in the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program administered by the Kentucky Department of Education.

    Meals will be served at no separate charge to enrolled participants at the center and are provided without regard to color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

  • Fair association presents scholarships

     

    Taylor County Fair Association President Mike Litchfield presented $1,000 scholarships to a Taylor County and Campbellsville high school graduate at the Taylor County Fair.

    Taylor County High School graduate Sarah Litchfield and Campbellsville High School graduate Mollie Williams were this year's scholarship winners.

  • CU alum speaks at event

     

    Drew Tucker

    Campbellsville University

    Ellie McKinley, a senior from Campbellsville, recently spoke at a Campbellsville University Campaign for the Commonwealth alumni event in Lexington on May 22.

    McKinley, who is majoring in public relations and Spanish, said CU is "my home away from home."

    "It's a great place to find your calling and I've been able to find mine through the endless possibilities I've been able to have," she said.

  • CU theology professor presents papers

     

    Joan C. McKinney

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University's Dr. Joe Early Jr., associate professor of theology, presented two papers recently at two theological meetings.

    Early presented a paper, "Birthed in Controversy: The Withdrawal of the Baptist Missionary Association from the Baptist General Convention of Texas," at the Baptist History and Heritage annual society meeting in Sioux Falls, S.D.