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Mock Trial Team Competes, Brings Home Awards

Academics, News, Student Engagement, Student Life

This past month, Lee University’s Mock Trial Team successfully competed in the Chucky Mullins Invitational and the Owl Classic tournament.  “I am extremely proud of our Mock Trial team,” said […]

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WRAP Offers Research Opportunities for Students 

Academics, News

Lee University recently launched the Work-study Research Assistant Program (WRAP) to provide research experience to undergraduates through faculty mentorship.  The purpose of WRAP is to introduce first- and second-year students […]

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Spanish Students Earn Top Marks on ACTFL Exam

Academics, Language and Literature, News

Five Lee University students recently scored highly on the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) exam, an oral and written proficiency interview and test administered to graduating […]

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Duarte and Joyce Named 2021-22 Crosby Scholars

Academics, News, Student Success

Lee University students Samuel Duarte and Elijah Joyce are the recipients of the 2021-22 Crosby Scholarship. The award was presented by Lee Chancellor Dr. Paul Conn during a recent chapel […]

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Lee Receives Grant from Bachman for Academic Support

Academics, News

Lee University was recently awarded a $4,500 grant from the Bachman Foundation, an organization for students with learning differences. This grant was awarded to Lee’s Academic Support Office, which helps […]

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Lee Online Ranked in U.S. News Best Online Bachelor’s Programs

Academics, Lee Online, News

Lee University Online has once again been ranked in the top tier U.S. News and World Report’s Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. It has also been ranked for its online Master […]

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Daft, Hobbs, and Perry Judge Local STEAM Fairs

Academics, Community, News

By Merritt Jenkins Three faculty from the Lee University Department of Natural Sciences, Dr. Joseph Daft, Dr. Pamela Hobbs, and Dana Perry, recently judged local STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and […]

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Encore to Offer Spring Courses

Academics, Events, Featured, News

Lee University’s Encore Program, which offers people age 60 and over the opportunity to take university courses, has announced its spring 2022 offerings. With a fee of $25, Encore students […]

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School of Nursing Holds Nursing Innovation Expo

Academics, Events, News, School of Nursing

Lee University’s School of Nursing (SON) recently held its first ever Nursing Innovation Expo as part of the Leadership and Professional Practice course for senior nursing students. Prior to the […]

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Green Becomes Certified Nurse Educator

Academics, Faculty, News

Lee University’s Twyla Green, lecturer in nursing, has recently received the designation of Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) from the National League for Nursing. This certification serves as a mark of […]

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