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School of Business to Host Computer Camp

Community, News

Lee University will host a summer computer camp Monday through Friday, June 6-10, for ages 8-12. The camp will take place from 1-4 p.m. in the School of Business on […]

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Students Participate in National Model United Nations 

History, Political Science, and Humanities, News

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. NMUN is a […]

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Theatre Camp to Begin June 6, Register Now

Community, News, Theatre

Lee University’s Theatre Program will host two camps this summer. Kids Theatre Techniques, for ages 8-12, and Teen Storytellers Camp, for ages 12-17, will take place at Lee’s Communication Arts […]

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HDCOE Hosts Inaugural Doctoral Symposium

Alumni, Helen DeVos College of Education, News

On Wednesday, April 27, Lee University’s Helen DeVos College of Education (HDCOE) hosted the Inaugural Doctor of Education (EdD) Student Poster Symposium in the William G. Squires Library. During the […]

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Maher-Boulis Named MAA-SE Chair

Faculty, Mathematical Sciences, News

Dr. Caroline Maher-Boulis, professor of mathematics at Lee, was recently named chair-elect of the Mathematical Association of America Southeastern Section (MAA-SE) by its nominating committee. The decision is made by […]

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Dummer Receives 2022 Janet Rahamut Award

Faculty, News

Lee University’s Amy Dummer has been named the recipient of the 2022 Janet Rahamut Award. This award is given in recognition to the faculty member that exhibits a heart for […]

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Smith Takes Third on NBC’s “American Song Contest”

Alumni, News

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 […]

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Conn Addresses Grads at First Outdoor Ceremony Since 2018

Alumni, Graduation, News

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 […]

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Eades Named 2022 Presser Scholar

News, School of Music

Lynnae Eades, a junior piano performance and music education double major from Fairmont, West Virginia, was recently named Lee University’s 2022 Presser Undergraduate Scholar. She was recognized for this honor […]

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LEAP Scholars Celebrated

Learn Engage Achieve Program, News

Lee University recently held a special luncheon celebrating LEAP (Learn, Engage, Achieve Program)/TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) graduating class of 2022. Thirty-four LEAP scholars graduating this month were recognized at […]

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