President J. Bradley Creed visits with Kent Annan, the director of humanitarian and disaster leadership at Wheaton College's Humanitarian Disaster Institute and cofounder of Haiti Partners, a nonprofit focused on education in Haiti. Annan is author of "You Welcomed Me," "Slow Kingdom Coming," "After shock" and "Following Jesus Through the Eye of the Needle." 

Campbell University's football program is coming off back-to-back weeks (and solid showings) on ESPN and ESPNU. Ricky Ray, deputy athletics director, talks about the decision to go to a four-game schedule during the pandemic and what the national exposure means to the program and to the university. 

Communication Studies major Josh Davis, a junior from Fuquay-Varina, talks about what it's like to be a student at Campbell University during the COVID-19 pandemic and talks about the importance of quality journalism in these times. 

Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner

Nearly 85 percent of Americans were dissatisfied in the current work environment. Research shows positive work environments improve employee productivity leading to better customer service and job satisfaction, as well as increases in operating income and company earnings.

Dr. Joey Faucette joins Rhymes With Orange to talk about Campbell Adult & Online Education's new Work Positive program, which is combatting negative barriers in the current work environment through remote professional development courses created by Faucette and his colleague Jane Creswell.   

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In his second "Campbell Conversations" podcast, Campbell University President J. Bradley Creed speaks with Psychology Chair and Professor Dr. Laura Lunsford about the challenges for and resiliency of students and young people during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Host: Dr. J. Bradley Creed, President of Campbell University
Guest: Dr. Laura Lunsford, professor and chair of psychology at Campbell University

Producer: Billy Liggett, Director of News & Publications, Campbell University

Recorded: July 16, 2020, via Zoom teleconferencing

Music: purple-planet.com

In his first of what will become a monthly series of "Campbell Conversations" podcasts, Campbell University President J. Bradley Creed discusses challenges facing rural North Carolina during the COVID-19 pandemic with Patrick Woodie, president of the North Carolina Rural Center. 

Host: Dr. J. Bradley Creed, President of Campbell University
Guest: Patrick Woodie, President of the NC Rural Center
Producer: Billy Liggett, Director of News & Publications, Campbell University

Recorded: May 13, 2020, via Zoom teleconferencing
Music: purple-planet.com

Dr. Wes Rich, associate dean for health sciences and professor of public health, and Dr. David Tillman, assistant professor of public health and chair of the Department of Public Health, talk about COVID-19's impact on North Carolina. The two discuss models that show how social distancing has impacted the numbers in our state and how rural communities are affected differently because of lack of access to medical care. 

Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner

Guests: The Rev. Faithe Beam, associate vice president of Spiritual Life, and campus minister Louisa Ward join the podcast via Zoom to talk about their efforts to share words of encouragement and minister to the Campbell community during these difficult times. 

Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett

To learn more about Campbell University's response, visit: https://www.campbell.edu/coronavirus/

Guests: Kellie Nothstine, dean of Campus Life and Title IX, and Tory Weaver, mental health therapist for Campbell University counseling services, discuss social isolation and how some students might struggle with mandated quarantines, social distancing and being away from their college friends during the COVID-19 epidemic. 

Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett

To learn more about Campbell University's response, visit: https://www.campbell.edu/coronavirus/

GUEST: Dr. Meredith Williams, chair of the Department of Mathematics/ITS and associate professor of mathematics, shares her experience as Campbell University professors transition to online teaching during the COVID-19 coronavirus global epidemic. On March 16, Campbell University moved all face-to-face classes to online and remote learning. Williams, a former Professor of the Year, talks about altering her teaching methods for online and how her 120 students have adapted to this different way of learning.

HOSTS: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner

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