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Study.com Ranks Lee Online Among Nation’s Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs
Lee University's online bachelor degree program was recently ranked #23 by Study.com, an online distance educational website.
Lee Business Professor Receives Chaplaincy Award
Dr. David Smartt was recently awarded the U.S. Army Order of St. Martin of Tours Chaplaincy Award.
Ministry Students Attend Southeast Youth Leaders Conference
Eleven youth ministry majors from Lee University's Department of Christian Ministries recently attended the Southeast Youth Leaders Conference at City Church in Chattanooga, under the supervision of Dr. Lorinda Roberts and Dr. Mark and Udella Walker.
LeeU Theatre Announces 2019-20 Season Line Up
Lee University's theatre season will offer an opportunity for audiences to witness four plays in its two theatre spaces, the Dixon Auditorium and the Buzz Oates Theater, along with a multi-site performance. All performances are open to the community.
Lee University Surges in 2020 U.S. News Best Colleges
Lee University has been ranked once again in the upper echelon of Southern universities in the 2020 U.S. News and World Report's Best Colleges.
Lee University to Host Open Rehearsal of String Theory Performance
String Theory, in partnership with Lee University and the Hunter Museum of American Art, will hold an open rehearsal of Igor Stravinsky’s “L'Histoire du Soldat” in preparation for the String Theory performance at the Hunter Museum the following day.
Lee to Host Indigenous Film Festival this Fall
Lee University will host the Indigenous Film Festival Series beginning Wednesday, Sept. 11, with a showing of "Sámi Blood," an award-winning film about a reindeer-breeding Sámi girl named Christina who is exposed to the racism of the 1930s at her boarding school.
Lee Welcomes Fourteen New Faculty To Campus This Fall
Of the 14 new faculty welcomed to Lee University this fall, one has joined the School of Business, one the School of Music, three were added to the School of Nursing, three to the School of Religion, five to the College of Arts and Sciences, and one joins the Helen DeVos College of Education.
Lee University Names Chan as New LEAP Director, 2019-20 Scholars
Dr. Roy Y. Chan has been named the new director of Lee University LEAP, a federally-funded TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) program designed to aid in student success.
Pianist Ning An to Open Lee University 28th Annual Presidential Concert Series
Lee University will welcome Ning An, piano, back to campus for the opening performance of Lee’s 28th annual Presidential Concert Series.
Lee Confers First Criminal Justice Degree
Andy Wattenbarger crossed the Conn Center stage on July 27, making him the first graduate of Lee University's recently established online criminal justice program.
Eleven Lee Faculty Receive Promotion in Rank
The Lee University Board of Directors recently awarded promotion in rank from assistant professor to associate professor to seven faculty members, promotion from senior lecturer to assistant professor to one faculty member, and promotion in rank from lecturer to associate lecturer to three faculty members.
Five Lee University Faculty Receive Promotion to Professor
Five faculty members were recently awarded promotion in rank from associate professor to professor by the Lee University Board of Directors.
U-Church Fall Lineup to Include Wells and Greene
Lee University will once again offer an eclectic mix of U-church services this fall, providing students the opportunity to worship together in an atypical chapel format.
Lee University to Host 2019 Teen Talent
On July 29-Aug. 2, Lee University will host the 2019 Church of God Teen Talent, an international competition which aims to help young people ages 13-19 discover their talents, develop that talent, and dedicate it to better serve the Lord.
Students Receive Phi Eta Sigma Scholarships
The Phi Eta Sigma national office has awarded scholarships to Lee University students Reilley Malone and Sammie Kate Eason for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Cao and Li Take Top Piano Festival Awards
Baron Cao, collegiate division, and Charlie Li, pre-collegiate division, won first prizes in the 15th annual Lee University piano competition. The award ceremony concluded the International Piano Festival and Competition held June 23-29 on Lee's campus. A total of 29 students participated, marking the third year in a row of record participation in the festival.
Voices of Lee to Celebrate 25th Anniversary
The Voices of Lee will celebrate its 25th anniversary during the fall semester, as former members of the group will gather for a September weekend reunion featuring a nostalgic concert of music they have performed over the past quarter century.
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.
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