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Benevolence Class Holds Fall Field Day
Students from the Helen DeVos College of Education (HDCOE) recently hosted the first annual Fall Field Day, an event for children ages five and up with exceptional needs to participate in outdoor activities.
Students Pack Boxes for Operation Christmas Child Pack 'n' Stack
Over 600 freshmen and their Gateway class instructors and peer leaders recently participated in the annual Operation Christmas Child (OCC) Pack 'n' Stack service event in the Paul Dana Walker Arena.
School of Nursing Holds Nursing Innovation Expo
The School of Nursing (SON) recently held its first ever Nursing Innovation Expo as part of the Leadership and Professional Practice course for senior nursing students.
Voices of Lee to Present "Home for Christmas" Concert
The a cappella group Voices of Lee will present "Home for Christmas," a concert featuring both secular and sacred songs on Thursday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Pangle Hall.
Lee Celebrates First-Generation Week
"First-Generation Week" was recently held across campus to celebrate first-generation college students and raise awareness about the challenges they face.
Marushka Earns First Place at Tennessee Academy of Science
Junior Viktoriya Marushka presented her research, "Effect of COVID-19 on the Mental Health of College Students," at the Tennessee Academy of Science Fall Conference held on November 6 at Tennessee Tech University. Marushka's poster presentation won first place in the Health and Medical Sciences section.
First MFT Graduate Students Begin Training in Sandplay Therapy
Graduate students in Lee's Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program are the first PhD candidates at Lee to receive specialized, introductory training in sandplay therapy techniques. The students participated in the extra training opportunity as part of their advanced play therapy strategies doctoral class taught by Dr. Constance Ratcliff.
Classic Christmas to Take Place Dec. 5
Lee and the Bank of Cleveland will present the annual tradition of "A Classic Christmas" on Sunday, Dec. 5, at 3 p.m. in the Conn Center.
Green Becomes Certified Nurse Educator
Twyla Green, lecturer in nursing, has recently received the designation of Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) from the National League for Nursing.
Hathcock Named Honorary Alumnus of the Year
Bonnie Hathcock has been named the Honorary Alumnus of the Year. She was recognized for this honor during the Chancellor's Choice Concert and a special dinner during Homecoming earlier this month.
Alpha Epsilon Delta Inducts Six New Members
The Department of Natural Sciences and the Tennessee Iota chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, a national preprofessional honor society and service organization, inducted six new members into their club on October 8 in Schimmels Park.
Tuttle Named 2021 Homecoming Queen
Senior marketing major Erica Tuttle was crowned this year's Homecoming Queen during halftime of the men's basketball game as part of Lee's 2021 Homecoming celebrations on November 6.
Lee to Host Honor Band 2021
On Thursday, Nov. 18, 62 high school students representing 22 schools from four states will arrive on campus for Honor Band, an event for outstanding high school musicians held annually.
Lee Hosts 18th Annual Literary Symposium
Lee's Alpha Beta Iota chapter of the Sigma Tau Delta international English honors society recently held its 18th annual Literary Symposium, providing English students from Lee's Language and Literature Department the opportunity to present critical and creative work.
Black Named Distinguished Alumnus of the Year
Steve Black ('78) was named the 2021 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year during Homecoming last week. This award is the highest honor given by the university to alumni and is given to a graduate who demonstrates excellence in his or her career, while also embracing the values that Lee embodies.
Athletic Training Receives Reaccreditation
Lee's Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) was recently awarded a 10-year reaccreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE).
Piano Professor to Perform with CSO
School of Music faculty Dr. Joong Han (Jonathan) Jung will perform with the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra (CSO) on Thursday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m., under the direction of Dr. Kayoko Dan. The concert, "Ravel & Brahms," will feature Jung on piano.
Kim and Chien Named Recipients of 2021 Chamber Music Society Award
On November 2, the Chamber Music Society (CMS) of Lincoln Center announced that violinist Soovin Kim and pianist Gloria Chien are the recipients of the 2021 CMS Award for Extraordinary Service to Chamber Music. The award will be presented on Tuesday, Nov. 9, at Alice Tully Hall in New York City, during a CMS concert.
Lee Online Announces New Associate Degree Program
Lee Online has recently added a new associate degree program, which will be offered fully online starting January 2022.
Dorm Wars Returns: 2021 Champions Crowned
On Monday, Oct. 25, Lee brought back the Dorm Wars tradition, this time with some new twists. The Lee family watched and cheered as Sharp-Davis Hall, Medlin Hall, and Storms-Brinsfield Hall were crowned the 2021 Dorm Wars champions.
Homecoming to Begin Friday
The Homecoming celebration will begin this Friday, Nov. 5. Hundreds of alumni and family will gather once again for one of Lee's most anticipated traditions, filled with events both familiar and new.
Lee Receives CCCU Grant for "Project Mosaic"
Lee was recently awarded a $10,000 grant from the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) as part of the National Inclusion Campaign of the American Immigration Council (AIC).
Lady Flames to Hold Volley for a Cure
The Lady Flames volleyball team will host the 14th annual Volley for a Cure as part of the Homecoming celebrations. The Lady Flames will face off against University of Montevallo on Friday, Nov. 5, at 6 p.m. in the Paul Dana Walker Arena.
Symphonic Band Tours Over Fall Break
The Symphonic Band toured this past week over Lee's fall break, performing at various churches and schools throughout Kentucky and Indiana.
Brannon Crowned Miss Parade of Favorites 2021
Taylor Brannon, a senior elementary education major, was named Miss Parade of Favorites on Saturday, Oct. 9, at the annual student-led showcase.
Students Attend NYLA Conference
Sixteen students from the Department of Christian Ministries recently travelled to the National Youth Leaders Association (NYLA) Conference in Sharpsburg, Georgia, held at GO Church of God. The trip was led by Dr. Lorinda Roberts, an assistant professor of youth and family ministry at Lee.
Lee Ranks in Top Tennessee MBA Programs
Lee's Master of Business Administration program received recognition as one of the best MBA degrees in Tennessee, according to a University HQ ranking. Lee was ranked #18 out of over 100 college and university campuses in the state that offer MBA degrees.
Lee Holds 48-Hour Film Friendsy
Lee recently hosted its third "48-Hour Film Friendsy," which welcomed 28 Lee students, as well as a competing alumni team and a Walker Valley High School team.
Princeton Review Names Lee "One of the Best Colleges in the Southeast"
Lee is one of the 143 best colleges in the Southeast, according to The Princeton Review, a leading tutoring, test prep, and college admission services company.
Faculty Present at ACA Conference
Twenty faculty were invited to present at the Appalachian College Association (ACA) 2021 Annual Summit: A Community of Collaboration, which took place in September.
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