Rebecca Bandy, Stefanie Bodkin, Natalie Brouwer, and Levi Cox, alumni from Lee University’s theatre program, have been putting their education to use both on and off the stage.
Lee University’s Helen DeVos College of Education has been awarded a highly competitive Diversity in Teaching grant by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.
Dustin Cawood recently received a Hollywood Post Alliance Award in the category of “Outstanding Sound—Television.”
On Tuesday, Nov. 11, more than 800 Lee University students, staff and
faculty gathered to pack shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.
Last spring, the
Lee University Helen DeVos College of Education (HDCOE) sent eight students to
Makeni, Sierra Leone, to complete two months of student teaching.
Caroline Campbell was crowned Lee University’s 2014 Homecoming Queen on Saturday, Nov. 8, as part of the school’s Homecoming festivities.
The Business Department at Lee will partner with the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program again this spring to offer free tax preparation. ...more
The Office of Alumni Relations at Lee University recently established the Young Alumni Professional Development Grant. ...more
Lee University’s Department of Language and Literature will offer free English language classes to the community this spring through the English Language Center from Feb. 12-April 16. ...more
For the fourth year, Lee University’s Department of Language and Literature will offer free English language classes to the community beginning Feb. 12. The English Language Center offers three levels of classes - beginning, intermediate, and advanced - so that students are able to focus their learning at the level where they need to improve.Small class sizes facilitate individualized experiences for students, allowing instructors to address the unique challenges of each individual so that students have the opportunity to meet their personal goals. The one-on-one interactions afforded by this model help to develop the conversational skills of students.The courses are led by student-instructors, all of whom are professionally trained in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) under the direction of Dr. Christopher Blake, assistant professor of TESOL and Linguistics at Lee and director of the English Language Center. “We have seen wonderful improvements in the English fluency of our students during these Thursday evening classes,” said Blake. “It really is amazing how much students are able to improve in a short time in this positive, focused learning environment.” Classes will take place on Thursdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Walker Memorial Building, Room 301. Free childcare will be provided for children (ages 6-12) who attend with their parents. For more information or to register, contact Blake at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (423) 614-8223.
PHOTO: Lee University ESL instructor Kendra Hause works with a group of students enrolled in the fall 2014 English Language Center class.
Christian comedian, songwriter, and singer Mark Lowry will appear at Lee on Tuesday, Feb. 17, in a benefit concert in the Conn Center at 7 p.m. ...more
Lee University’s Presidential Concert Series will welcome international recording and touring ensemble Chanticleer on Tuesday, Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m. ...more
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