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Berke Encourages Grads to "Make A Difference"
Appearing before graduates, their friends and families, and many others from the Lee community, Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke challenged graduates to "make a difference" during Saturday’s commencement held in the Lee University Conn Center.
Seventeen Faculty Receive Promotion
Of the 17 faculty members recently promoted by the Lee University Board of Directors, six were awarded promotion in rank to professor from associate professor, eight earned promotion from assistant professor to associate professor, and three were promoted from lecturer to associate lecturer.
Holsinger Designates Lee for Compositional Archives
Dr. David Holsinger has designated the Lee Music Resource Center as the home for his compositional archives.
TESOL Majors Serve in Colombia
A group of 10 junior and senior TESOL majors recently returned from Cota, Colombia, where they provided English language support to 250 Colombian schoolchildren.
Summer Honors 2016 Hosts 200 Students
Lee University recently concluded its 31st annual two-week Summer Honors residential program with triumph.
Free ESL Camp Begins Soon
The Lee University English Language Center will offer a free ESL (English as a Second Language) camp for rising 1st – 6th grade students, July 11-15.
Lu and Liu Take First Place in Piano Competition
Yun Lu and Vincent Liu took first place in the 12th annual piano competitions for the collegiate and pre-collegiate divisions, respectively.
Kay McDaniel Tennis Clinics: Where Kids Learn to Press Through Their Obstacles
Hundreds of kids, parents, instructors and the director celebrated the 25th annual Kay McDaniel Tennis Clinics June 6-10.
Anthropology Students Experience Post-Ebola Liberia
For three weeks in May, five anthropology majors and their professors, Dr. Arlie Tagayuna and Dr. Murl Dirksen, interacted with the people and culture of Liberia.
Campus Unites in Sending Aid to Liberian Orphanage
A group from Lee University recently took a three-week trip to Liberia to bring supplies and aid to the Phebe Gray Orphanage, all of which were donated or fundraised by Lee faculty, staff, and students.
Dirksen Teaches Lee-Developed English Curriculum in Kenya
Dr. Carolyn Dirksen recently traveled to Kenya to teach an English class as part of a training program for pastors and Bible school teachers.
School of Music Welcomes Outstanding Competitors to Annual Piano Festival
The 12th annual International Piano Festival will feature 13 students competing for cash and scholarship awards beginning Thursday, June 16.
Ladies of Lee Serves in India
A group of students from Lee University recently traveled with music professor Dr. Jonathan Rodgers to Goa, India, to partner with Rahab’s Rope, a ministry dedicated to combatting human trafficking.
Lee Team Provides Trauma Therapy in Ecuador
Lee University’s Drs. David and Heather Quagliana, along with Lee alums Christy Wyatt and Kyle Mitchell, recently traveled to Ecuador to assist the Semisud Seminary in providing child trauma education, school curriculum, disaster response training, and theological and spiritual response education, along with many forms of direct intervention to locals.
International Piano Festival and Competition to Begin Soon
The School of Music will present its 12th Annual International Piano Festival and Competition June 12-18.
Lee Honors Retiring Faculty
Lee recently held receptions to honor four senior faculty members who are retiring from full-time positions.
School of Nursing Receives Accreditation
Lee University School of Nursing has been extended full membership in the national accrediting body for nursing, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CNNE).
Summerlin Receives Excellence in Teaching Award
Dr. Donna Summerlin, professor of English, has been selected as the winner of the 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award.
Augustine Named Recipient of Excellence in Scholarship Award
Dr. Daniela C. Augustine, associate professor of theological ethics, has been named as the recipient of the 2016 Excellence in Scholarship Award.
Buckner Receives 2016 Charles Paul Conn Award
Brett Buckner has been named the 2016 recipient of the Charles Paul Conn Award.
Voices to Perform at Riverbend
The Voices of Lee will perform at Riverbend for the festival’s Faith and Family Night on Tuesday, June 14, at 5:30 p.m. in Chattanooga.
Dukes Receives Excellence in Advising Award
Mary Dukes, senior lecturer in digital media studies, has been named the winner of the 2016 Excellence in Advising Award.
Encore Takes Learning on the Road
This year, Encore students had the opportunity to learn about history through mini-courses designed to incorporate travel.
Student Releases Hebrew Study Book
On May 7, Rosalyn Small finished her undergraduate degree in Biblical and Theological Studies.
Group Travels to Ukraine to Support the Displaced
A group of communications students and professors are working in Kiev, Ukraine, with the Mohyla School of Journalism on a project to highlight the displaced people due to Ukraine’s recent conflict.
Marriage and Family Therapy Program Receives Accreditation
The Marriage and Family Therapy master’s degree has officially received accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE), making Lee the first and only school in Tennessee with a program with this accreditation.
Singletary Presents at NCTM Conference
Dr. Laura Singletary, assistant professor of mathematics, recently presented research at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Annual Research Conference in San Francisco.
Faculty Published in Global Development Journal
Drs. Karen Mundy-Judkins and Ben Judkins were recently published in the Interdisciplinary Journal of Best Practices in Global Development.
Emerson String Quartet to Conclude String Theory Season
String Theory, in partnership with Lee and the Hunter Museum of American Art, will present the Emerson String Quartet in concert on Thursday, May 19 at 6:30 p.m.
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Conference on Latin American and Iberian Studies
The Department of Language and Literature recently hosted the fifth annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Latin American and Iberian Studies.
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