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Lee to Host 15th Annual International Piano Festival
The Lee University School of Music will present its 15th Annual International Piano Festival on June 23-29.
2019 Young Alumni Grant Recipients Announced
The Office of University Relations recently announced the recipients of the 2019 Young Alumni Grant.
MIP Partners with Dalton State and Whitfield County Schools
As part of Lee’s Mathematics Internship Program (MIP), Lee University and Dalton State College recently collaborated to create a partnership with Whitfield County School System. Six Lee students worked on two projects analyzing data for the school system and recently presented their projects to the visiting school system officials.
Schrock Receives Excellence in Teaching Award
Dr. Chad Schrock, associate professor of English, has been selected as the winner of the 2019 Excellence in Teaching Award.
Bledsoe Receives Excellence in Scholarship Award
Dr. Drew Bledsoe, assistant professor of history, has been named the recipient of Lee University’s 2019 Excellence in Scholarship Award.
Quagliana Receives Excellence in Advising
Dr. Heather Quagliana, associate professor of psychology, has been named the winner of Lee University’s 2019 Excellence in Advising Award.
Aldan Receives 2019 Charles Paul Conn Award
Richard Tudela Aldan was recently named the 2019 Charles Paul Conn Award recipient.
Guajardo Receives 2019 Zeno C. Tharp Award
Alejandra de Jesus Guajardo was recently named the recipient of the 2019 Zeno C. Tharp award.
Sheeks Wins 2019 F.J. Lee Award
Meredith Sheeks was recently recognized as the recipient of the 2019 F.J. Lee Award.
Charles W. Conn 2019 Award Winners
The Dr. Charles W. Conn Servant Leadership Award was presented to Lee students Amy Satink and Johnny McGuire and Lee faculty Dr. Susan Ashcraft.
Students and Professor Teach Courses in Bradley County Jail
Professor of English Dr. Rachel Reneslacis and students Cana Cooper and Olivia Webb have recently been working together to teach a variety of courses at the Bradley County Jail.
2019 Rymer Winners Announced
On Thursday, April 25, Lee University awarded nine incoming freshman the 2019 Rymer Scholarship. Three Gold Scholars, three Silver Scholars, and three Bronze Scholars were presented at the annual Rymer Scholars luncheon on Lee’s campus.
Lee Hosts Conference on Latin American and Iberian Studies
Lee's Department of Language and Literature recently hosted the eighth annual Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Conference on Latin American and Iberian Studies.
Nine Student Films Shown at LeeU Film Festival
The 10th annual LeeU Film Festival was recently held. Nine student films were selected by Lee faculty for screening.
Psychology Students and Faculty Attend SEPA
Dr. Bryan Poole, Dr. Bob Fisher, and nine psychology students recently attended and presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association conference.
Woolfitt Wins Adrienne Bond Award
Dr. William Woolfitt was recently awarded the Adrienne Bond Award for Poetry for his book, “Spring Up Everlasting.”
School of Music Students Place at NATS
The School of Music recently sent 21 students to the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) mid-south vocal competition at the University of Northern Kentucky.
Alumna has Work Published in Journal
Lee alumna, Dr. Evelyn Chukwurah, was recently published in a scientific journal, adding to her two previous publications.
Senior Showcase Art Exhibition Now Open
Lee University is hosting its Senior Showcase Art Exhibition Thursday, April 4-Thursday, May 2.
School of Nursing Ranked #1 in TN
The School of Nursing was ranked #1 in Tennessee by registerednursing.org for its third Annual RN Program Rankings 2019 Edition.
International Women’s Day Hosts Poster Presentation
Lee recently held a poster presentation in celebration of International Women’s Day. Forty-seven posters on topics pertaining to women’s issues were featured this year in two main categories: Bible & Religion (19 posters), and Politics, Law, and Society (28 posters).
Lee Day is on its Way
On Friday and Saturday, April 5-6, Lee University will welcome prospective students and their families to campus for Lee Day, the university’s annual preview weekend. Over the course of the weekend, visitors will have the opportunity to participate in over 40 different events in order to discover what life at Lee is like.
Harding-Laman Presents at Annual Anthropology Conference
Torah Harding-Laman, a senior anthropology major, recently presented her research at the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in Portland, Oregon, March 19-23. Her project is titled, “Wayi Wah! (“Let's Go!”): Tsimshian and Language Revitalization in Southeast Alaska.”
The Belonging Co and Justin Flom to Perform at U-Church
Spring U-Church will conclude on Friday, April 5, at 7:30 p.m. in Paul Dana Walker Arena. The concert is taking place in conjunction with the university’s preview weekend, Lee Day, and it will feature the Nashville-based worship band, The Belonging Co, and as an opening-act, magician Justin Flom.
Hearn Serves as Panelist at JMM
Dr. John Hearn recently presented on a panel at the Joint Mathematics Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.
Alumna Receives Fellowship of the Society of Actuaries
Alumna Brittany Deaton recently received her Fellowship of the Society of Actuaries (FSA).
Woodford named 2018-19 Science and Math Tucker Scholar
Anna Woodford was named 2018-19 Tucker Scholar in Natural Science and Mathematics.
Lee Hosts Briggman for Lecture on Christology
The School of Religion recently welcomed Dr. Anthony Briggman for his lecture, “A Misunderstood and Neglected Christology: Mixture.”
Student Presents at SEACSM
Athletic training student Marissa Villafuerte recently presented at Southeast American College of Sports Medicine (SEACSM) Annual Meeting in Greenville, South Carolina.
65 Roses 5K to Take Place March 30
The 17th annual 65 Roses 5K will take place during Great Strides 2019 to raise funds and awareness for the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Foundation. The race will be held at Lee University on Saturday, March 30.
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