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Posey Wins 2021 F.J. Lee Award
Emma Posey, a senior political science and biblical and theological studies double major from Cordele, Georgia, is the winner of the 2021 F.J. Lee Award.
Nerren Named 2021 Presser Scholar
Mary Nerren, a junior piano performance major from Johnson City, Tennessee, was recently named the 2021-22 Presser Undergraduate Scholar.
Cochrane Receives Tharp Award
Grace Anne Cochrane, Language and Literature major, was recently named the recipient of the 2021 Zeno C. Tharp Award. Dr. Mark Walker recognized her for this achievement in a recent chapel service.
Walker's Presidential Inauguration
Lee formally inaugurated Dr. Mark L. Walker as its 17th president on Friday, April 23.
LEAP Students Donate Easter Baskets to Senior Living Centers
Students recently delivered Easter baskets to residents of three senior living centers as part of a LEAP service project.
Students Raise Money for New Hope Pregnancy Center
The Students for Life club recently held a fundraiser to raise money for New Hope Pregnancy Center in Cleveland.
"A Spring Celebration" Concert to Take Place in Conn Center
The School of Music will host a Spring Celebration Concert on Saturday, April 17, at 3 p.m. in the Conn Center on Lee's campus.
Walker's Presidential Inauguration
Dr. Mark L. Walker's inauguration is set for Friday, April 23, at 10 a.m.
Spring Commencement on Campus
The Commencement ceremonies for spring graduates will be held May 7-8. In order to better facilitate all attendees while honoring safe distancing, there will be six separate ceremonies held in the Paul Dana Walker Arena, which graduates will attend according to their designated department or school.
Student Receives Prestigious 2021 Goldwater Scholarship
Japheth Varlack, a senior mathematics major with music and computer science minors, recently received the national Goldwater Scholarship, awarded to college students who intend to pursue research careers in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering.
65 Roses 5K Gears Up for COVID-Safe Event
Lee will host the 2021 65 Roses 5K to raise funds for a cure for cystic fibrosis (CF). The in-person 5K race/walk will take place on campus Saturday, April 17, at 9 a.m.
School of Music to Present Virtual Senior Honors Concert
The School of Music will hold its annual Senior Honors Concert, celebrating the performance abilities of some of its most talented students, on Wednesday, April 28, at 7:30 p.m. via livestream.
Daffe Publishes Book, "Spiritual Revitalization"
Dr. Jerald Daffe, professor of pastoral studies, recently published his newest book, "Spiritual Revitalization: The Path to Revival."
Knight Receives TATS Award
Dr. Dewayne Knight recently received the Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society (TATS) Jerry Robertson Educator Award. The announcement was made during a virtual ceremony on Saturday, March 27.
Political Science Hosts Daniel Burns on Applying Political Thought to Practice
The Department of Political Science recently welcomed Dr. Daniel Burns for his lecture, "A Political Theorist Goes to Washington: My Year in the Federal Government."
Athletic Trainers Persevere, Collaborate Through Difficult COVID Year
At Lee, and all over the country, athletic trainers work hard every day to care for their athletes and coaches in many ways. More than taping ankles and handing out water, athletic trainers holistically care for the athlete by counseling, rehabilitating injuries, treating illnesses, referring to specialists, acting as the center of communication and collaboration for an athlete, and so much more.
Alum Receives TATS Award
Alumna Chelsea Hodges ('11) recently received the Tennessee Athletic Trainer's Society (TATS) Backbone Award during a virtual ceremony.
This summer, Lee will hold a wide variety of summer camps in which community youth can participate.
Lee Day Live to Begin April 9
On Friday and Saturday, April 9-10, Lee will welcome students and their families to Lee Day Live, a virtual look into life at Lee with multiple events for applicants, prospective students, and parents.
Asian Council Hosts Prayer Vigil on Campus
The Asian Council recently held a prayer vigil on campus for a time of lament following the March 16 shootings in Atlanta. The shootings left eight dead, six being Asian women.
Anthropology Inducts Nine New Members
The Anthropology National Honor Society recently inducted nine members, including Joy Carrigan, Michael Dillinger, Lindsey Johnson, Alanna Jolley, Emmalyne Karnes, Keller Neighbors, Ashley Sims, Jenna Veasman, and Dillon Wheeler.
Nursing Students Send Cards to Community
School of Nursing students recently created and delivered handmade cards for residents and staff at Legacy Village, Tennova Healthcare, and CHI Memorial Hospital.
Bateman Team Launches Campaign About Civility
The Bateman Team recently launched its campaign for the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Bateman Competition. The campaign project is raising awareness about civility in the workplace, titled "Unity Through Civility."
Burton Receives BlueCross Power of We Scholarship
Alanis Burton, a senior health science major from Athens, Tennessee, was recently awarded the BlueCross Power of We Scholarship from the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Foundation.
Lee to Hold 2021 Great Strides Event
Lee will host the 2021 65 Roses 5K to raise funds for a cure for cystic fibrosis (CF). The in-person 5K race/walk will take place on Lee's campus Saturday, April 17. Proceeds from the 5K will benefit the CF Foundation and its Cleveland Great Strides walk, a virtual event this year culminating in a celebration on May 15.
Dixon Pentecostal Research Center Celebrates 50 Years of Preserving Pentecostal Voices
The Dixon Pentecostal Research Center is celebrating 50 years of ministry to the Church of God and Pentecostal/Charismatic movements on Tuesday, March 2, 2021.
Cornett Receives 2020 Rahamut Award
Jennifer Cornett, associate lecturer in mathematics, has been named the recipient of the 2020 Janet Rahamut Award. This award is given in recognition to the faculty member that exhibits the most heart for students evidenced by frequent interaction and positive involvement with them outside the classroom.
String Theory to Welcome The Neubauer Quartet for "No Strings Attached!"
String Theory at the Hunter, in partnership with Lee and the Hunter Museum of American Art, will host the second "No Strings Attached!" on Tuesday, March 9, at 6:30 p.m., a virtual event allowing audience members to experience behind-the-scenes conversations and impromptu performances with The Neubauer Quartet.
International Women's Week to Begin March 1
In honor of International Women's Day (IWD) on March 8, the Cultural Diversity Committee will host a series of events during the week of March 1-5 celebrating International Women's Week (IWW). Activities will include lectures, chapel services, and a poster competition.
BATCAL Donates to CASA
On behalf of Buy A Tree. Change A Life. (BATCAL), Dr. William Lamb and Nate Tucker presented a check for $5,000 to CASA, (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Bradley and Polk Counties, a non-profit that works alongside community volunteers to make sure the voices of abused and neglected children are heard in court.
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