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Bateman Team Raises Awareness for 2020 Census
Lee University's Bateman Team recently worked to raise awareness for the U.S. 2020 census in the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Bateman Competition.
Lee Day Live to Begin Friday
Beginning this Friday, April 17, at 6 p.m., Lee University will host Lee Day Live, a 24-hour opportunity for prospective students and their families to "virtually" participate in different events in order to discover more about Lee.
HDCOE Offer Doctorate in Education
The Helen DeVos College of Education (HDCOE) will introduce a new doctoral program, the Educational Doctorate (EdD) in Professional Practice, beginning fall 2020.
College of Arts and Sciences Announces New PhD Program
Lee has received approval to launch its first College of Arts and Sciences Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in the fall of 2020. The degree will be in marriage and family therapy in the graduate counseling division of behavioral and social sciences (BEHSC).
Anthropology Students Visit First Nation Homelands
Prior to recent travel restrictions related to COVID-19, five anthropology students, along with their professor Dr. Murl Dirksen, visited several First Nation homelands in Arizona and New Mexico.
HESSE Students and Faculty Serve at CFD
Students and faculty from the Department of Health, Exercise Science, and Secondary Education (HESSE) recently assisted the Cleveland Fire Department (CFD) in its "Rookie Training School."
MFT Center Launches "Caring Calls"
The Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) Center is now offering free phone appointments called "Caring Calls," offered by graduate students in marriage and family therapy and school counseling.
Lee Day Live to Take Place Online April 17-18
Lee Day has been redesigned to welcome prospective students and their families to "virtually" discover life at Lee on April 17-18.
Two Students Receive Ledford Grant 2020
Anthropology majors Lincoln Beavers and Desiree LaPeer were recently selected by the Appalachian College Association (ACA) as Colonel B. Ledford Scholars.
Nursing Students Train for Disaster Response
On the eve of the COVID-19 pandemic, the nursing students participated in a national disaster response program that uniquely prepares them for a variety of community health concerns.
Lee Alum Brings PE to Students, Others at Home
Alumnus Aaron Wood, a physical education (PE) teacher at Hixson Elementary School, is creating fun workout videos for students staying home during the Covid-19 crisis.
Religion Majors Publish Lessons in Winterfest Devotional Book
Seven youth ministry majors recently developed youth ministry lessons that were published in the Winterfest Discipleship 108 book, a devotional book created for Winterfest's spiritual retreats.
Chorale Performs in Austria
Chorale, led by Dr. William Green, recently toured and performed throughout Austria, the Czech Republic, and Germany. The group was invited to perform in Vienna for the last concert of the city's International Advent Sing Festival in December. This is the second time Lee has been invited to perform at the festival.
Psych Majors Deliver Bags to Prospect Elementary School
Students from the Lifespan Development class delivered "star bags" to elementary students at Prospect Elementary School on Thursday, Feb.13.
Voices of Lee Performs at Keller Williams Family Reunion
The A Cappella ensemble, Voices of Lee, was recently invited to perform at the Keller Williams Family Reunion, held in Dallas, Texas, in front of more than 15,000 attendees.
Students Teach Seminary Training Classes in Guatemala
Seven Spanish majors, along with their professor Dr. Alexander Steffanell, recently returned from a trip to Quetzatenango, Guatemala, after being invited by the Seminario Bíblico Pentecostal Centroamericano (SEBIPCA), a Church of God seminary sponsored by Lee University to train incoming seminarians.
Two Faculty Receive Tenure
Following its annual board meeting in January, the Board of Directors awarded tenure to Dr. Lenena Brezna and Dr. David Broersma.
Lee Alumna Named Teacher of the Month
Lee University alumna Kelsey Fowler has been named a Times Free Press Teacher of the Month. Fowler teaches algebra 2 and geometry at the Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy (CGLA).
Lee's Maher-Boulis elected to chair BIG SIGMAA
Dr. Caroline Maher-Boulis, professor of mathematics at Lee University, was recently elected to serve as chairperson for the Business, Industry, Government Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association of America (BIG SIGMAA).
Lee University Hosts HOSA Conference
On Friday, Jan. 24, Lee University's School of Nursing hosted the Lower East Tennessee regional competition for HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America).
Lee Students Establish ASL Club on Campus
Lee University students founded a new club on campus in the 2019 fall semester titled "ASL Club." The purpose is to share a general awareness for deaf culture and community through this club.
Lee Math Grad Selected to Participate in SIAM-AMS Program
Lee University math graduate Sarah Minucci is currently in the Systems Modeling and Analysis Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program at Virginia Commonwealth University, where she was one of two students to win the Student Media Fellowship competition.
Buy A Tree. Change A Life. Donates Proceeds to Backyard Ministries
On behalf of Buy A Tree. Change A Life. (BATCAL), Lee University's Dr. William Lamb and Nate Tucker presented a check for $7,882.38 to Tori Livesay, president of Backyard Ministries, on Tuesday, Jan. 21, during a chapel service.
2019 Lee University Young Alumni Grant Recipients Announced
The Lee University Office of Alumni Relations recently announced the winners of the 2019 Young Alumni Grant (YAG).
Lee Students Depart for Study Abroad Semester in the U.K.
Twenty Lee University students departed for the annual United Kingdom (U.K.) Semester Study Abroad program on Monday, Jan. 20.
Lee University to Honor Martin Luther King, Jr. with Week of Events
Lee University's faculty and staff Cultural Diversity Committee will host a series of events beginning Monday, Jan. 20, commemorating the work, theology, and philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The events will consist of lectures, multiple discussions, a chapel service, and a film showing.
Students Visit North Lee Elementary for Seasonal Science
Nine biology majors, along with their biology professor Dr. Lori West, recently participated in a service project with North Lee Elementary kindergarteners. West and her students spent the morning doing hands-on holiday-themed science activities with each of the kindergarten classes.
Louisiana Tennis Hall of Fame Inducts McDaniel
Kay McDaniel, former tennis coach at Lee University, was inducted into the Louisiana Tennis Hall of Fame on Dec. 6 at a special ceremony in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Voices of Lee Broadway Christmas Performance to Air This Month
Lee University's highly acclaimed A Cappella ensemble Voices of Lee recently performed in Dr. David Jeremiah's Christmas on Broadway spectacular, "Make the Season Bright." The show, filmed for television earlier this month at the historic Beacon Theatre in New York City, will air Dec. 22-25 on participating networks.
Lee University Honors Student Teachers with Bilbo Award
The Helen DeVos College of Education recently honored the winners of the Dr. Jimmy W. Bilbo Excellence in Student Teaching Award. The fall 2019 recipients are Michelle Mason, Madeline Schultz, and Sarah Vicars.
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