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Theatre Major Receives Young Scholars Award
Student Carolyn Etzel's paper was recently selected as the 2020 undergraduate student winner of Southeastern Theatre Conference's (SETC) Young Scholars Award.
Student Runs 47 Miles to Raise Money for a Friend
Student Tristan Miller ran 47 miles around campus last month to support and fundraise for fellow Lee student and friend Chace Varvel and the Varvel family.
Lange, Lenox, and Higginbotham Receive Servant Leadership Award
At a recent chapel service, students Kat Lange and Teagan Lenox were presented with the 2020 Dr. Charles W. Conn Servant Leadership Award, and Dr. JoAnn Higginbotham received the Dr. Charles W. Conn Service Learning Faculty Award.
Hobbs Earns Doctorate
Dr. Pamela Hobbs, associate lecturer in health science, recently earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota.
Lee to Inaugurate 17th President
Lee is set to celebrate the inauguration of Dr. Mark L. Walker on Friday, April 23, at 10 a.m.
Morgan Completes Post-Grad at Cambridge
Dr. Louis F. Morgan, director of library services and a professor, recently completed a post-graduate certification course through the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom (UK).
Lee Records Video with Jordan Smith and Lee Singers
Lee recently helped produce a video of "Angels We Have Heard on High (Glory Be)," featuring singer, songwriter, musician, and Lee alumnus Jordan Smith, along with the university's choral ensemble Lee Singers.
Boone Receives SOR Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award
Dr. Jerome Boone received the School of Religion Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award during the virtual Homecoming celebrations.
Ladies of Lee Continues to Perform, Serve During Pandemic
Despite the challenges the School of Music has faced due to COVID-19, the Ladies of Lee found safe ways to serve, perform, practice, and record throughout the fall semester.
Virtual Classic Christmas to Air on PBS
Lee University and Bank of Cleveland will present a virtual rendition of the annual "A Classic Christmas," which will be livestreamed through the Lee website and aired on PBS this month.
Williams Elected President of the Tennessee Theatre Association
Dr. Christine Williams, professor of theatre, was recently elected president of the Tennessee Theatre Association (TTA).
Swartzel Named SOM Distinguished Alumnus of the Year
Siema Bailey Swartzel ('83) received the School of Music Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award during the virtual Homecoming celebrations.
Elhardt Named BSS Distinguished Alumna of the Year
Katie Johnson Elhardt received the 2020 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award for the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences. This honor was announced during Lee's virtual Homecoming celebration.
Quinley named Communication Arts Distinguished Alumnus of the Year
Andrew Quinley was recently named the 2020 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year for the Department of Communication Arts.
Students Participate in Operation Christmas Child Pack 'n' Stack
About 650 freshmen, along with their Gateway class instructors and peer leaders, participated in the annual Pack 'n' Stack party, held in the Paul Dana Walker Arena on Nov. 16, to pack shoeboxes filled with gifts for Operation Christmas Child (OCC).
Lee Celebrates First-Generation Week
Lee recently hosted "First-Generation Week," virtually, to raise awareness about the barriers and challenges of first-generation students.
Lange Crowned 2020 Homecoming Queen
Senior accounting major Kat Lange was crowned Homecoming Queen during the We Are Lee broadcast at the Homecoming celebrations earlier this month.
The Spanish Program Hosts Virtual International Guests
Throughout the fall semester, the Spanish program welcomed various international guest speakers over Zoom to meet and talk with students in Dr. Alexander Steffanell's SPAN 400 Advanced Conversation class along with other interested guests from Guatemala, Spain, and Colombia.
Five Alumni Win Dove Awards
Five Alumni were recently named 2020 Dove Award winners.
2020 Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholars Announced
Lee recently awarded scholarships to 49 women for the 2020-21 school year. The Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, a Georgia nonprofit organization that is dedicated to the education of female students, funded the scholarships.
Buy A Tree. Change A Life. To Open in Schimmels Park
Buy a Tree. Change a Life., a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children globally and locally through an annual Christmas tree sale, will once again be stationed at Lee University's Schimmels Park, beginning Tuesday, Nov. 24.
Bellah Gives Financial Gift, Starts New Endowed Scholarship
Bill Bellah, majority owner of Bel Air MT and founder of Compass Chemical International, recently donated a six-figure gift to establish a scholarship in honor of his parents, Ellen and the late Delbert Bellah.
Conn Awarded Rank of Distinguished Professor
Dr. Paul Conn was recently awarded the rank of Distinguished Professor of psychology by the Board of Directors. This title is the highest honor that can be bestowed on a member of Lee’s faculty.
TATS Executive Board Presents at Lee
Members of the Tennessee Athletic Training Society Executive Board (TATS) spoke at Lee last month to address the state of athletic training in Tennessee and discuss opportunities for professional involvement following graduation.
Student Caleb Lee Interns at The Bridge in Ooltewah
Student Caleb Lee recently completed an internship with The Bridge, a senior assisted living facility, in Ooltewah, Tennessee.
Lee Awarded Best Chapter for Pi Sigma Alpha
The Alpha Alpha Gamma Chapter has received the Best Chapter Award for the 2019-2020 season from Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honors society.
Lee Faculty Showcase Art Collection
Lee is hosting an art exhibition featuring a private collection of works from various Lee art professors. The exhibition is on display in the Squires Library Art Gallery through October.
Torres Opens Lee University Writer’s Series
The Department of Language and Literature recently hosted author Angela Narciso Torres over Zoom as the first guest of this year’s Writer’s Series.
Sacci Speaks to Lee Math Students
Lee University recently welcomed Dr. Robert Sacci, a lab chemist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, to speak to students on open math problems in the national laboratories.
Encore Goes Virtual
On Friday, Oct. 2, Lee began livestreaming a class to Encore students in Legacy and Century Park Associates independent living communities. This is part of an endeavor to provide an opportunity for students to take a class who are unable to attend Lee in person due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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