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Poole Receives 2022 Excellence in Scholarship AwardNew5/23/2022
​Dr. Bryan Poole, associate professor of psychology, has been named the recipient of Lee University's 2022 Excellence in Scholarship Award.
Spring 2022 Bilbo Award Winners Announced5/20/2022
Lee University's Helen DeVos College of Education recently named Kayla Evans, Olivia Swartzel, and Sarah Wade the recipients of the Dr. Jimmy W. Bilbo Excellence in Student Teaching Award.
Professor Perleoni Receives the 2022 Excellence in Advising Award5/18/2022
Professor Perleoni has been named the winner of the 2022 Excellence in Advising Award.
Students Participate in National Model United Nations 5/15/2022
Several Lee University students recently participated at the National Model United Nations (NMUN) conference in New York alongside thousands of other students from universities around the world.
Professor Maher-Boulis Named MAA-SE Chair5/14/2022
Dr. Caroline Maher-Boulis, professor of mathematics, was recently named chair-elect of the Mathematical Association of America Southeastern Section (MAA-SE) by its nominating committe.
Lee Hosts Inaugural Doctoral Symposium5/13/2022
The Helen DeVos College of Education (HDCOE) hosted the Inaugural Doctor of Education (EdD) Student Poster Symposium in the William G. Squires Library.
Dummer Named the 2022 Janet Rahamut Award Winner5/11/2022
Professor Dummer has been named the recipient of the 2022 Janet Rahamut Award.
Smith Takes Third on NBC's "American Contest"5/10/2022
​Lee University alumnus Jordan Smith finished third in the NBC all-live music competition "American Song Contest" with his original song "Sparrow." Winners were announced at the conclusion of Monday's Grand Final performance, featuring the top 10 artists.
Conn Speaks at Commencement5/9/2022
Lee University held its 184th graduation ceremonies Saturday with Dr. Paul Conn delivering the commencement address before a record number of graduates, their friends and families, and many others from the Lee community.
​ Tatum, Wigdor, and Estes Receive Charles W. Conn Award 5/8/2022
The Dr. Charles W. Conn Servant Leadership Award was presented to Lee students Trent Tatum and Laura Wigdor, and faculty member Dr. William "Bill" Estes, dean of Lee's Helen DeVos School of Education.
Lee Alum Beil Wins Global Award5/8/2022
Lee University alum Thomas Beil was recently awarded the 2021 Best Project for Innovation Award with Whirlpool for his Master of Business Administration (MBA) project.
Lee Alum Beil Wins Global Award5/7/2022
Lee University alum Thomas Beil was recently awarded the 2021 Best Project for Innovation Award with Whirlpool for his Master of Business Administration (MBA) project.
Spanish Students Earn Top Marks on ACTFL Exam5/6/2022
Five Lee University students recently scored highly on the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) exam.
Eades Named 2022 Presser Scholar 5/5/2022
Lynnae Eades was recently named Lee University's 2022 Presser Undergraduate Scholar.
Lee Alum Smith Makes Top 10 on NBC's "American Song Contest"5/4/2022
Lee alumnus Jordan Smith has made it to the finals of the NBC all-live music competition series, "American Song Contest," hosted by Snoop Dogg and Kelly Clarkson.
Dockery Receives 2022 Charles Paul Conn Award5/3/2022
Jacob Dockery was recently named the 2022 Charles Paul Conn (CPC) Award recipient and was recognized for this achievement during Honors Chapel this month.
Students inducted into NSLS5/2/2022
Lee recently inducted 137 students into its chapter of the National Society for Leadership and Success (NSLS).
Rymer Scholars Announced5/1/2022
Lee has awarded nine incoming freshmen the 2022 Rymer Scholarship. The three Gold Scholars, three Silver Scholars, and three Bronze Scholars were chosen from Bradley Central High School (BCHS), Cleveland High School (CHS), and Walker Valley High School (WVHS). These students were honored during a luncheon on Wednesday, April 27.
2022 Hicks Scholars Announced4/30/2022
Lee recently awarded 14 freshmen students from various disciplines with the Hicks Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded at the end of the freshman year to the most outstanding student in a given discipline, determined by that discipline's faculty. The funds are applied during the student's sophomore year.
Six Student Films Shown at Film Festival4/28/2022
Lee recently hosted its 12th annual Film Festival, a time for students to screen and present their short films to an audience of students, faculty, and community guests. Six films were selected for the festival.
School of Business Inducts Students into Honor Society4/26/2022
The School of Business recently inducted 17 students into its Lambda Phi chapter of Delta Mu Delta (DMD) during a special ceremony and dinner held on campus.
School of Nursing Awarded USDA Grant4/25/2022
The School of Nursing (SON) was recently awarded the Rural Business Development Grant (RBDG) from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The $65,300 grant will be used for the SON project "Expanding the Nursing Workforce to Ensure Best Practices in Rural Healthcare."
Lee Club Raises Money for New Hope Pregnancy Center4/23/2022
Lee University's Students for Life club recently held a fundraiser to raise money for New Hope Pregnancy Center in Cleveland, Tennessee. They presented a check of $1765 to the organization during their monthly meeting.
Imago Dei Presents at CCCU Texas Conference4/21/2022
Representatives from Imago Dei presented earlier this semester at the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities' (CCCU) three-day 2022 International Forum in Dallas, Texas.
Professor Publishes Book4/18/2022
Dr. Mary McCampbell, associate professor of humanities, has recently written and released the book, "Imagining Our Neighbors as Ourselves: How Art Shapes Empathy."
LEAP Students Serve Legacy Senior Living4/16/2022
Students recently made Easter wreaths for the residents of Legacy Senior Living in Cleveland, as part of a LEAP (Learn, Engage, Achieve Program) service project.
Lee's Sigma Tau Delta Students Present at Convention4/14/2022
Five students from were recently selected to present at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention in Atlanta, Georgia.
Tennessee Board of Nursing Approves Second Nursing Doctoral Track 4/10/2022
The School of Nursing's newest nursing doctoral program received initial approval from the Tennessee Board of Nursing (TBON) and is accepting applications for the fall 2022 semester.
Voices of Lee to Perform at Lincoln Memorial in D.C.4/7/2022
The a cappella ensemble Voices of Lee has been invited to perform as featured guests during the 42nd annual Lincoln Memorial Easter Sunrise Service in Washington, D.C.
The Symphonic Band Visits Baltimore's City of Refuge4/1/2022
In early March, the Symphonic Band visited Baltimore, Maryland, where they served the City of Refuge, a faith-based organization created to help individuals and families transition out of crisis into better living situations.
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