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vol. 2 2 ãno. 3PURPOSE of MUSIC school ties ã Baby BucsMegan Graber explores music and worship ã Class NotesIncluding 2012 President’s ReportC S UMa g a z i…
vol. 2 2 •no. 3PURPOSE of MUSIC school ties • Baby BucsMegan Graber explores music and worship • Class NotesIncluding 2012 President’s ReportC S UMa g a z i n e . c o m CSU vol.22 no.3.indd 111/5/12 5:02 PMClass of 2031... be there.Faith. Education. Vision. Ambition. Excellence.Cameron Weiss, son of David â&#x20AC;&#x2122;03 and Stephanie WeissPass on your values and help transform the lives of the generations to come. Be a part of their future, join The Legacy SocietyFor additional information about Office of Planned Giving contact:Lili Gresham Hiser Director of Corporate Relations and Planned Giving 843-863-7517 legacy@csuniv.educ h arles ton souther n. edu/l eg acyCSU vol.22 no.3.indd 211/5/12 5:02 PMfrom the presidentDear Friends, The start of another academic year brings many opportunities for celebration. Our beautiful campus is rapidly growing with academic and nonacademic development projects. The Athletic Center opened this fall and is providing much-needed facilities for our football and men’s and women’s track teams. Currently under construction is the Christian Leadership Building, and ground has been broken for expansions to the Hunter Reception Center and the Derry Patterson Wingo School of Nursing building. Our curriculum is growing also with the addition of a master of science in organizational management. This new graduate program, offered by the College of Adult and Professional Studies, is entirely online and partners with Pearson Learning Solutions to leverage leading technology. Courses in the master’s degree in organizational management will utilize case studies and application scenarios as part of the critical thinking and implementation process. The School of Nursing’s master of science in nursing program was recently granted accreditation by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. All of this confirms what our students and faculty already know – that Charleston Southern is a great place to get an education. Also in this magazine, junior music therapy major, Megan Graber, explores the purpose of music in worship through a beautiful photo essay. The images accompanying her essay tell of her trips this summer to England with the Concert Singers and to Jamaica on a study abroad clinical experience. She is just one example of our students who are changing lives. Our annual President’s Report is also included in the issue. We are grateful for the support and prayers of our faithful donors, alumni and friends. The annual list of donors highlights the many individuals who have sacrificed to provide our students with an education where faith is an integral part of the educational experience. Sincerely, Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. PresidentA PUBLICATION OF CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY CSU vol.22 no.3.indd 1CSU magazine 1 11/5/12 5:02 PMCSUmagazinea publication of charleston southern universityvolume 22 number 3 Fall 2012about the cover:Editorial Staff: Jan Joslin ’82, Editor, Director of Publications John Strubel ’11, Director of Integrated Marketing Sherry Atkinson, University Relations Officer Christi Pearson, Web Developer Contributing Writers: M. Bryce Dibble ’02 Megan Graber ’13 Contributing Photographers: Kara Butler ’13 Peter Finger Megan Graber ’13 Lili G. Hiser ’02 Tam Odom ’03, ’08 Casee Pindroh ’16CSU Magazine is published three times a year by the university relations office for alumni and friends of Charleston Southern University. Address changes should be sent to advancement@csuniv.edu or CSU Advancement Office, PO Box 118087, Charleston, SC 29423-8087.Megan Graber, a junior music therapy major, discusses the purpose of worship music in a photo essay beginning on page 4. Photo by Peter Fingercharlestonsouthern.edu CSU Magazine on the web: csumagazine.comDesign and layout by:843.324.2004 • www.facebook.com/bobduranddesignPrinted by:345 Dreher Road, West Columbia, SC 29169 803.791.1786 • fax: 803.794.9487 • www.sunprintingusa.com© 2012 Charleston Southern University2 CSU magazine CSU vol.22 no.3.indd 2A PUBLICATION OF CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY11/5/12 5:02 PMcontents school tiespage4PURPOSE of MUSIC44Kansas Megan Graber, a junior from a had y, rap the sic mu majoring in clinical oad abr dy stu A r. me sum busy firmed for experience in Jamaica con work day one to ts her that she wan have been who se tho h wit ally internation . victims of abuse and war aby Bucs B 41 Class Notes 42 Memorials 45 Alumnus Pays Tribute to Fallen Air Force Comrade 46 Alums Inspire Students at Chapel Opening 47 Katie and Katiewhatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new CSU 37 Graduate Program in Organizational Management Added to Curriculum CSU Expands Mobile App, New Website 39 Callis named Humanities and Social Sciences Dean MS in Nursing Granted Accreditation Heldreth Recognized for Volunteer Work 38 Lifeway Donates Bibles Johnson Receives Barnabas Award 40 Construction Update CSU Dedicates New Athletic CenterA PUBLICATION OF CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY CSU vol.22 no.3.indd 313 Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Report 2012 The annual honor roll of donors, highlighting those who have generously contributed to the University from June 1, 2011, through May 31, 2012, is inside.CSU magazine 3 11/5/12 5:02 PMter Fingerphoto by PeCSU vol.22 no.3.indd 411/5/12 5:03 PMPURPOSE of MUSIC sicm Kansas majoring in muMegan Graber, a junior fromer. A therapy, had a busy sumstudy abroad clinical ntsfirmed for her that she waexperience in Jamaica cone been onally with those who havto one day work internativictims of abuse and war.nd,She also traveled to Englaensong s were invited to sing Ev where the Concert Singer from a are some of her thoughts at Canterbury. Following toryl Terhaar Lewisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Music Hispaper she wrote for Dr. Jil and Literature class.CSU vol.22 no.3.indd 511/5/12 5:03 PMâ&#x20AC;Ś musicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s aim is to offer adulation toCSU vol.22 no.3.indd 6God the Father, Son and HolySpirit. Without this purpose, we singvainly for our own selfishemotional thrills. However, when thestirring of the music stirs uson to repentance, restoration occursand God is glorified.11/5/12 5:03 PMEnveloped in the expansion of that ancient house, I could not helpbut feel as though contemporary formats of worship have lost a senseof purpose. Compared to the time-honored, prescribed pattern ofEvensong, the once-rehearsed praiseband format of many modernchurches is found lacking in intentionality. Without the laboriousstudy and preparation that has been established in more traditionalworship designs, contemporary wor ship individual preferences and whimsis largely dependent on theof the designated leader. Worshipthrough music should have a moreintentional, structured role incontemporary services.CSU vol.22 no.3.indd 711/5/12 5:03 PMCSU vol.22 no.3.indd 811/5/12 5:03 PMIn the context of the church, we can use the gift of music to teach doctrine. St. Basil once said, “… Oh the wise invention of the teacher who devised how we might at the same time sing and learn profitable things, whereby doctrines are somehow more deeply impressed upon the mind.” Much like the Credo in a traditional Eucharist service, we can use song to declare foundational truths and to assert our beliefs. This is a necessary aspect of continual growth in spiritual wisdom in our walk with Christ. – From A History of Western Music by Burkholder, Grout, PasilicaCSU vol.22 no.3.indd 911/5/12 5:03 PMWhen we sing as a corporate body of believers in Christ Jesus, weare unified in the bond of His Holy Spirit through song.In John17:21, Jesus expresses His desire that His followers be one just He and the Father are one. In addition, Psalm 133:1 says, good and pleasant it is when God’s people live togetherCSU vol.22 no.3.indd 10as“Howin unity!”11/5/12 5:03 PMTogether, we sing to the Lord and over each other. Theonenessexhibited through song is a crucial part of Christian living.CSU vol.22 no.3.indd 1111/5/12 5:03 PMphoto by Jennifer LuikenOur time in Canterbury helped should go into a service dedicame to recognize the great careted to the glorification of God. Iunderstand that peoplewill always have different music of liturgical worship. However,and deliberation thatal preferences and may not agree with the regimentsif there is not a long-establishedplace, more modern church commanner of service inmunities should strive with allmusic a meaningful aspect of the purpose within contemporarythe more fervor to makeservice, not just an emotional rush. In order to regainformats of worship through sonthat brings us to our knees in frog, we must focus on musicand raises us united with our bront of a holy God, teaches us truth in our humble state,thers and sisters in one accord12 CSU magazine CSU vol.22 no.3.indd 12. A PUBLICATION OF CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY11/5/12 5:03 PM2012Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ReportA PUBLICATION OF CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITYphoto by Peter FingerCSU vol.22 no.3.indd 1311/5/12 5:03 PM2012 P r e s i d e n t ’ s R e p o r tABoard of Trustees Each member of the Board of Trustees is elected by the South Carolina Baptist Convention for a term of five years. The purpose of the board is to oversee the formulation of policy necessary and appropriate to accomplish the University’s mission and vision. Mary Ann Bishop Jesse Franklin Bullard III Edwin Carl Burrell Jr. ‘68 Charles W. Carpenter ‘84 Bruce Caleb Coffin ‘93Robert H. Edwards Kenneth M. Evans Terry H. Ezell ‘81 Sonny Holmes Judith C. Kneece HetzC. Dale Lusk James T. Martin Jr. Franklin G. Mason Frankie J. Melton Jr. ‘95 Robert E. Pierce III ‘85Matt Provost Douglas A. Reeves Kenneth B. Sandifer ‘77 Brian G. Saxon Timothy J. SpurlingGloria J. Thiem Harold H. Wall Johnny E. Ward Earl F. Wheeler Jerry M. WilliamsBuc Club Board of Directors The Buccaneer Club Board of Directors assists in supporting University athletics through planning, promoting and securing resources for the athletic program. Members serve a three-year term and may serve additional terms without interruption. Members contribute a minimum of $1,000 per year during their term. DeAndre Arnold D. L. Aydlette, Jr. Thad Bell Luke Blackmon William A. Blanton William P. Bowers Darrell Bragg Rick Brewer ‘77 ‘96 Cathryn Broderhausen-Roys Matthew Brownlee ‘92Bobby R. Bryant Joe Calandra Craig Campbell Doug Cargill ‘69 Jacob Cook Danny Croghan Joe Dettrey Mike Frost Mike Giunta Buddy GrayWomen’s CouncilCSU vol.22 no.3.indd 14John Keener James Kirkpatrick Joseph Land Chris Lanoue ‘05 Jesse Lodge Mike McCann ‘07 ‘11 Levoy McCray ‘89 Barbara Mead Jay Mills Jan Mims ‘82David Misher ‘08 Brooks P. Moore ‘72 Bob Odom Bob Ott Rob Scharstein David E. Thiem ‘05 Mark Thomson Robert Tisdale ‘70 William A. Weathersbee Frank Williamson ‘71 James Wyrosdick ‘70Alumni BoardThe Women’s Council serves through numerous service and fundraising projects to beautify the campus and provide scholarships to worthy students. Marcia Brantley Vicki Campbell Tracy Chesson Anita Coward Jean Crosby Mary Davis Roseann Drew Linda Fick Sissy Hunter ‘88 Jean Inabinet ‘77 Susan Johnson ‘70 Elaine Ling ‘73Troy Herndon ‘69 Charles Hester Judy Kneece Hetz Charles Hirschman Vincent E. Hoover Jr. Sissy Hunter ‘88 Dan Jaicks Wilbur Johnson David Jones John Kammeyer ‘74Lisa Main Claudette McCall ‘73 Joyce Mixson Judy Moody Polly Moore Freda Ott Lynthia Piccione Bettye Shealy Peggy Sineath Sandra Ward Joan Wheeler Shirley Whitfield Kaye WrenEstablished in 1982, the Alumni Board assists alumni in staying in touch with the University and investing in the future of their alma mater. OfficersMembersAnne Turner ‘86 ‘89 Rex Divine ‘85 Lecius Moorer ‘00 David Weiss ‘03 R. Aaron Dunn ‘82Scot Reed Carnell ‘91 Daniel Cross ‘90 Wayne Dasher ‘81 Hope S. Harrison ‘88 Mary Palmer Hutto ‘90 ‘94 Ron Jaicks ‘83 Brandon McCoy ‘11 Lori McFadden ‘8411/5/12 5:03 PMA PUBLICATION OF CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITYPresidential Council MemberBoard of Visitors The Board of Visitors support group enables the donor to participate personally with the University and its students. It is a channel for the involvement and networking of distinguished citizens and leaders who are interested in furthering the University mission and providing assistance in the areas of scholarships for students, planning, promoting and resource development. Four levels of giving opportunities are available. Companies funding membership are listed in italics.Board of Visitors { Presidential Council } Each member serves a two-year term and contributes a minimum gift of $10,000 annually. Members benefit from title sponsorship for BOV scheduled activities, President’s Club Dinner and Scholarship Luncheons and meet and discuss key issues with members of the Board of Trustees, the president and senior cabinet members and private social gatherings. Members of the Presidential Council are featured throughout the President’s Report. AnonymousJenzabar, Inc. Robert A. Maginn Jr.S.C. Federal Credit Union Troy Hall ‘11Mr.& Mrs. Sam KellyDr. & Mrs. Timothy J. SpurlingBenefitfocus Shawn Arthur Jenkins ‘95M. B. Kahn Construction Co., Inc. William H. NeelyYoung Clement Rivers, LLP Wilbur E. JohnsonGeneral Dynamics Gregory TroyPiggly Wiggly Carolina Co. Inc. Sandra RabonBarnes and Noble College Booksellers Brian StarkBoard of Visitors { Executive Council } Each member serves a three-year term and contributes a minimum gift of $5,000 annually. Members of the Executive Council advise and support a particular college or school; have the opportunity to interact with faculty in member’s areas of interest and, if appropriate, speak to students or serve on discussion panels; and an invitation to attend selected social gatherings with dean and faculty. Robert W. Ashby Robert H. Edwards Randy E. Eller Kenneth M. EvansJerry Patrick Gazes ‘74 Stephen Lawrence Gritzuk ‘04 Duncan L. McGoogan Thomas Lee Rhodes ‘75Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, LLC Founded in 1873, Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, LLC, is part of the nation’s largest bookselling enterprise. Over the years, the company has established a reputation for operating the finest, most service-operated campus and community bookstores in the nation. Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, LLC, serves more than 660 colleges and universities of all sizes from coast to coast, including many of the nation’s top academic institutions. All bookstores are customized to meet the specific needs of their community and feature superior retail standards, highly professional management, quality merchandise, state-of-the-art technology and innovative store design that are environmentally focused for the future.V. Lynn Singleton Boyce L. Smith Jeff C. WhittingtonBoard of Visitors { Leadership Council } Each member serves a four-year term and contibutes a minimum gift of $2,500 annually. Leadership Council members are afforded access to selected outstanding seniors who possess potential as future employees. Michael Kevin Alford ‘95 Donald P. Balderson Jason H. Brittain Cary Chastain Jeffrey J. CoghlanGeorge Conoly ‘72 Brett A. Corder Richard B. Daniel ‘92 William B. Daniel ‘71 Hugh D. DurrenceDinos Liollio Robert F. Motley Christopher Niebuhr Kevin B. Welch Robert C. Whitten Mary F.D. Williams ‘81Board of Visitors Each member serves a four-year term and contributes a minimum gift of $1,000 annually. Board meetings are scheduled in March and October with spouse trips available in conjunction with the meetings. Other benefits include an invitation to the President’s Club Dinner, the spring Scholarship Luncheon, additional University events and a quarterly networking breakfast. Harold H. Adams Jr. ‘69 EdiVania F. Arena Barry Sullivan Armstrong ‘68 Ashley Arnsdorff William Todd AshbyBillie F. Attaway Jr. David Baggs Charles R. Bailey Jr. Durwood J. Barton Paul B. BartonJohn Beahm Kenneth M. Betsch Franklin C. Blanton William A. Blanton John Boatwright continued on next page >>CSU vol.22 no.3.indd 1511/5/12 5:03 PM2012 P r e s i d e n t ’ s R e p o r tA<< board of visitors continued from previous pagePaul S. Bolen A. Kennerley Bonnette Jr. Jill Boorman Gary D. Brantley Jim Brantley Ronald E. Brantley Sidney A. Brantley Bret L. Bremberg Patricia Brewer Robert J. Brinson David Brown R. Keith Brown Jesse Franklin Bullard Todd Bulwinkle Dexter X. O. Bunch Jesse Franklin Bullard Todd Bulwinkle ‘02 Douglas C. Burnette Jeffrey D. Burns ‘85 Edwin Carl Burrell Jr. ‘68 Joseph N. Byron Jr. ‘73 Barbara Horton Caldwell Robert A. Caldwell Paul G. Campbell Jr. Richard K. Carlisle R. Jason Caskey Wade T. Caughman Kay C. Cauthen Tommy B. Cauthen Kevin Roscoe Chafin Reginald Chesson Patti A. Childress Rosanne H. Christo ‘94 William C. Collins Jacob Cook Peter J. Copeland ‘04 W. Ed Corbin Jr. Gene Michael Corvino ‘04 Scott Joseph Corvino ‘90 Mary E. Cosby Serge Couture J. Kevin Crain Chip Crane Daniel W. Cross IV ‘90 Thomas Franklin Crumpton ‘05 F. Rudy Cullum III Henry D’Antonio Daniel W. Davis Jeffery L. Deal Joseph Lee Debney ‘03 William H. Dennis Ronald Edgar DeWitt Sr. ‘70 Jason M. Donahue Dennis E. Drew Roseann W. Drew R. Aaron Dunn ‘82 Kent McBride Eddy ‘96 ‘99 R. Malcolm Edwards Thomas W. Edwards Jr. ‘75 Carl W. Ehmann Helen Endsley ‘09CSU vol.22 no.3.indd 16Rebecca J. Engelman Belinda Ezell Terry H. Ezell ‘81 Frances Faile George Scott Fennell Gerald M. Finkel F. Leon Fleming Jr. ‘81 William Theodore Ford ‘75 Anthony G. Fountain ‘85 Marion E. Freeman Peter Freissle Michael J. Frost ‘69 James C. Furman Richard W. Furman Kevin Wiley Futrell ‘89 Todd Gallati Stephanie L. W. Ganaway-Pasley ‘06 Samuel E. Gandy ‘76 James L. Gardner Jr. Preston Eugene Garrett ‘75 David Gerhardt Ronnie M. Givens Lee Glover Carlos Gonzales James H. Goodman Bill Goodwin Jr. Dennis L. Gore ‘78 James Bruce Gowdy ‘88 Bernard Arthur Grant ‘68 John Robert Gray ‘70 Natalie Gregg ‘10 Richard L. Gritzuk Larry K. Grooms Terry J. Gunn John B. Gurley Daniel W. Guy ‘69 Kim L. Hairfield John L. Hall Tony E. Hall Virginia A. Hamilton-Hartzog F. William Hargrove Randolph H. Harley Flynn T. Harrell William C. Haselden Sr. Dowm M. Hawley Samuel W. Hayes Martin Healy Paul J. Heinauer Keith Allen Hewitt ‘71 Van D. Hipp John A. Hodges James E. Hoisington Paul K. Hooker Jackie Horton Samuel M. Horton John L. Hosey Kay Merie Hosey ‘90 Tara Hulsey Thomas Cleveland Hulsey ‘74 Christine L. HunterJairy C. Hunter III Oswaldo Hurtado Daniel J. Inabinet ‘84 Wilson Virgil Inabinet Jr. ‘72 James K. Jarrett Danny Johnson ‘81 Jeryl W. Johnson Kirby Lee Johnson ‘09 Patricia C. Johnson Ronald F. Johnson Dan E. Jones ‘93 James H. Jones Keith G. Jones Sr. ‘03 Mary Joseph Jason S. Jurkowski ‘99 Joseph Kassim Lane S. Kelley Edward M. Kennedy III Judith C. Kneece Hetz Luther Carl Knight ‘73 Linda Celestina Lang ‘98 Marian M. Larisey Tom Leonard John Davis Lesemann ‘68 Stacey Lindbergh Elaine L. Ling ‘73 C. Dale Lusk Emory S. Main James Vincent Mangini Herbert B. Mann Steven S. Marshall ‘98 James T. Martin Jr. Franklin G. Mason Paula J. Matthews ‘82 Claudette McCall ‘73 Jack N. McCathern Sr. Douglas G. McElveen Douglas W. McFarland Timothy P. McGlame Douglas S. McIlvaine Troy A. McLeod James E. Merritt Cheryl A. Merschen William L. Merschen James R. Metts Chris Miller Kip D. Miller Cecil Mills R. 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