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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.
LeeU Theatre Holds Virtual Performance
Although the coronavirus has limited the Theatre's ability to perform with an in-person audience this semester, it will hold a livestream virtual performance, "When She Had Wings," beginning Friday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Additional shows will be held October 10, 16 and 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Alpha Alpha Gamma Receives Best Chapter Award
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.
Dr. Scholl Foundation Awards Five Scholarships to Nursing Students
The Dr. Scholl Foundation recently awarded a grant to Lee, providing funding for five scholarships for nursing students to be awarded scholarships for the 2020-2021 school year.
Chatlos Foundation Awards Scholarships to Three School of Nursing Students
The Chatlos Foundation has awarded a grant to Lee to provide scholarships to nursing students for the 2020-2021 school year.
Lee Hosts McNair-Ledford Undergraduate Research Symposium
Lee recently held the second annual McNair-Ledford Undergraduate Research Symposium on its campus, featuring 31 presentations with cash awards for the winners. The symposium was conducted in a hybrid format, with most events taking place at Lee's Science and Math Complex (SMC).
Engblom And Riggins Named 2020 Tucker Scholars In Nursing
Students Krystina Engblom and Zoe Riggins have been named the 2020-21 Tucker Scholars in nursing.
Freshmen Write Cards for Deke Day
Freshmen and transfer students participated in the annual Deke Day celebration last month to kick off the fall semester.
Betrous and Frampton Named 2020 Tucker Scholars In Science and Math
Lee University students Samuel Betrous and Caleb Frampton have been named the 2020-21 Tucker Scholars for science and math.
Lee Rises Again in U.S. News Best Colleges Ranking
Lee has been ranked once again in the upper tier of Southern universities in the 2021 U.S. News and World Report's Best Colleges
Parker Street Renamed Paul Conn Parkway
A private ceremony was held on Wednesday, Sept. 9, to celebrate the newly named Paul Conn Parkway. This event followed a unanimous decision by the Cleveland City Council on August 24 to rename a section of Parker Street to Paul Conn Parkway in honor of Lee University Chancellor Dr. Paul Conn.
Princeton Review Features Lee as "One Of The Best In The Southeast"
Lee University is one of the 142 best colleges in the Southeast, according to The Princeton Review, a leading tutoring, test prep, and college admission services company.
Seven New Faculty Join School of Music, Nursing, and Religion
Of the 12 faculty welcomed this fall, three join the School of Music, three join the School of Nursing, and one joins the School of Religion.
New Faculty Join the College of Arts and Sciences and College of Education
Of the 12 new faculty members welcomed to campus this fall, two join the College of Arts and Sciences and three join the Helen DeVos College of Education.
Student Attends Future News Worldwide Virtual Conference
Student Jamuna Gautam was recently selected to attend Future News Worldwide (FNW) Virtual Conference, organized by the British Council. The event was originally scheduled to take place at Reuters headquarters in London but was moved online due to COVID-19 pandemic concerns.
Students Write Notes to Legacy Senior Living Communities
Students recently wrote letters to residents at 14 Legacy Senior Living communities across the Southeast to let them know they have not been forgotten, even during the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic.
C.E.L.L. Offers Free ESL Classes for the Fall
The Department of Language and Literature will offer free English as a Second Language classes to the community through its Center for English Language and Literacy (C.E.L.L).
Lee Receives $1.3 Million in TRIO SSS Grant Renewal
Lee has once again been awarded a $1.3 million grant ($261,881 per year for 5 years) from the U.S. Department of Education.
Lee Launches Online Directory Connecting Lee and Community
Lee has implemented a new online directory that partners with local churches, businesses, restaurants, retail locations, and non-profit organizations in the Cleveland community.
Five Faculty Receive Promotions in Rank
The Board of Directors recently awarded promotion from associate lecturer to senior lecturer to two faculty and promotion in rank from lecturer to associate lecturer to three faculty members.
Faculty Receive Promotion in Rank
The Board of Directors recently awarded promotion in rank from associate professor to professor to two faculty members, promotion from assistant professor to associate professor to two faculty members, and promotion from lecturer to assistant professor to one faculty member.
Lee Receives Family Literacy Grant
Lee was recently awarded The Dollar General Literacy Foundation's Family Literacy Grant, receiving $3,750 for 2020-21. This local grant is part of more than $8.6 million in grants awarded to more than 950 schools, nonprofits, and organizations across the communities Dollar General serves.
Lee Celebrates 2020 Graduates
Though COVID-19 kept the 2020 graduates from attending an in-person ceremony, the school still celebrated and recognized its record-setting 761 graduates with videos, gifts, and personalized messages.
Walker Takes Up Gavel as President
On a sunny Saturday, Aug. 1, 2020, Dr. Mark L. Walker assumed the role of President.
Thrive Team Established
To mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on campus, Lee University announced the establishment of a specialized student workforce, the "Thrive Team," which will consist of 100 students hired into positions to help create a safe environment for faculty, staff, and fellow students.
Lee Seeks Help from, Safety for Community
Officials preparing for the return of students to campus in two weeks are balancing two questions: how can we keep our neighbors safe from COVID-19 with students coming in from other states, and how can we keep our new campus residents as safe as possible living together?
Multi-Sport Complex Taking Shape
A massive athletic facility is taking shape on the north end of Parker Street, built by Lee University and involving both city and county governments.
Fall Encore Classes Announced
Lee's Encore Program, which offers people age 60 and over the opportunity to take university courses, has announced its fall 2020 offerings.
Commencement Ceremonies Cancelled
President Dr. Paul Conn announced the cancellation of commencement ceremonies scheduled for August 1, in an email and video message to graduates on Wednesday.
DeLaLuz Awarded Rank of Distinguished Professor
Dr. Paul DeLaLuz was recently promoted to Distinguished Professor of Chemistry by the Board of Directors. This title is the highest honor that can be bestowed on a member of Lee's faculty.
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