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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.
Lee Granted Subaward from NSF
Lee recently received a National Science Foundation grant subaward of $32,000 from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University as part of the National Consortium for Synergistic Undergraduate Mathematics via Multi-Institutional Interdisciplinary Teaching Partnerships (SUMMIT-P).
Students Visit Costa Rica for Ecology and Conservation Trip
This summer, 10 students spent 22 days in Costa Rica for course fieldwork, exploring different tropical forest ecosystems and studying their biodiversity, climate, and how people use them.
Center for Responsible Citizenship Hosts 11th Annual Constitution Bowl
On Friday, Sept. 17, Lee's newly established Center for Responsible Citizenship (CRC) hosted the institution's 11th Annual Constitution Day Quiz Bowl. The event welcomed 14 teams of regional high schoolers as they competed in their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution and its founding history.
Simmons Writes Book on Holy Spirit
Dr. William Simmons' newest book, "The Holy Spirit in the New Testament: a Pentecostal Guide," will be released next month. The book explores the presence of the Spirit through a Pentecostal lens and is published by IVP Academic.
McNair-Ledford Undergraduate Research Symposium
Lee recently held the third annual McNair-Ledford Undergraduate Research Symposium on its campus, featuring 33 presentations with cash awards for the winners. The symposium was held at Lee's Science and Math Complex (SMC).
LEAP Welcomes 20 Incoming Freshmen
Twenty incoming freshmen were recently selected to become part of LEAP, a federally-funded TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) program designed to aid in student success.
Seven Students from the Spanish Program Serve Overseas
This summer, Dawson Davis, Eleanor Earles, Jonathan Gebbie, Peyton Laylock, Emma Osko, Megan Rogers, and Andrew Vick, all students from the Spanish program, served in various Spanish-speaking countries on missions projects.
Alumni Lecture Series to Begin Thursday
An alumni lecture will be held on Thursday, Sep. 23, at 6 p.m. featuring Lee alumni Elliott Potter and Jared Mattsson in Pangle Hall on Lee's campus.
Riggins and Patterson Named 2021 Tucker Scholars in Nursing
Zoe Riggins and Destiny Patterson have been named the 2021-22 Tucker Scholars for nursing.
Lee Rises Again in U.S. News Best Colleges Ranking
Lee has been ranked once again in the upper tier of Southern universities in the 2022 U.S. News and World Report's Best Colleges.
Lee Establishes Center for Responsible Citizenship
Lee recently approved the founding of the Center for Responsible Citizenship (CRC). The CRC is directed by Dr. Thomas Pope, professor of political science, and coordinated by Audrey Haley, a 2019 Lee alumna.
Puccinelli Master Class to Take Place Friday on Campus
The Lee University Opera Theatre will host an Opera Masterclass with Dr. Elvia Puccinelli on Friday, Sept. 17. This free event will take place in Squires Hall, from 3:30-5 p.m. It will also be available for livestream viewing at livestream.com/leeu.
Student Spends Summer Serving in Honduras
This summer, Ally Schall, a senior nursing major, served in Rio Viejo, Honduras, at the Jungle Hospital for 10 weeks as part of a medical missions internship.
Payne Scholars Announced
Students Halee Reeder and Jill Reynolds have been named the 2021-22 Carolyn Payne Scholarship recipients.
Campbell Earns PhD
Dr. Julie Campbell, assistant professor of nursing, recently earned her PhD from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Grisham Earns DNP
Dr. Jennifer Grisham, assistant professor of nursing, earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Frontier Nursing University this June.
Student Interns with Unum
Emma Chase recently received the opportunity to intern with Unum, an insurance company located in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Dohmeier and Wagers Named Tucker Scholars in Science and Math
Students Matthew Dohmeier and Jordan Wagers were recently named the 2021-22 Tucker Scholar recipients in natural science and mathematics, respectively.
Dill Receives SASFAA Distinguished Service Award
Marian Dill, director of financial aid, recently received the Distinguished Service Award from the Southern Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (SASFAA).
Snider Earns PhD
Dr. Kevin Snider, assistant professor of Christian ethics, earned his Doctor of Philosophy in analytical moral theology/philosophical Christian ethics from Middlesex University this summer.
Lee Welcomes New Faculty
Lee welcomes 11 new faculty to campus this fall: one to the Communication Arts Department, two to the Helen DeVos College of Education, one to the Department of Language and Literature, two to the School of Business, three to the School of Music, and two to the School of Religion.
Lee Hosts Teen Talent Awards Ceremony
Lee recently hosted the Church of God International Teen Talent, a competition for teens ages 13-19, in partnership with the Church of God Department of Youth and Discipleship. This year's Teen Talent took place virtually.
Dirksen Named CCCU Senior Fellow
Dr. Carolyn Dirksen, distinguished professor emeritus of English, was recently named a Senior Fellow for the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), where she facilitates programs between the CCCU, Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), and Bridging the Gap organizations.
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