Twenty years of Voices of Lee history will culminate on the Conn Center
stage as current and former Voices members perform in a reunion concert
on Sept 20.
Lee’s U-Church series will offer another eclectic line-up for this fall, providing students with the opportunity to worship together in an atypical chapel format.
Dr. William Woolfitt, assistant professor of English at Lee University, has won the Appalachian Heritage Plattner Award in Fiction for his short story "Daughter with a Star on Her Brow.”
Lee University alumnus (‘79) and Georgia College and State University President Steve Dorman addressed over 150 participants and their families and friends in Lee’s Commencement ceremony over the weekend.
The 2014-15 theatre season at Lee University will soon be underway, featuring new “must see” plays and performances.
For the third year in a row, Lee University has been named one of the
best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a survey by The
Chronicle of Higher Education.
Lee University’s 23rd Presidential Concert Series promises a variety of top performers, including vocalists, pianists, violinists, and more. ...more
will host hundreds of guests, alumni, and community leaders on Friday, Sept. 19
for Celebration 2014. ...more
Lee University will host
hundreds of guests, alumni, and community leaders on Friday, Sept. 19 for
Celebration 2014, planned as a “festive and colorful day” commemorating the
opening of Lee’s new Communication Arts building.A service of
celebration will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Conn Center and include the
dedication of the new Communication Arts building, a 41,000 square foot
structure that was completed in August.There will be a public "open
house" from 12-3 p.m. at the Communication Arts building, and the community is
invited to attend. A 300-voice choir will highlight the morning’s
festivities, along with an orchestra composed of Lee students. The event will
begin with a processional of Lee faculty in academic regalia. An alumni
representative from each of the 68 years of Lee’s history on the Cleveland
campus, will wear caps and gowns to march alongside the faculty and Board of
Directors. Morning classes will be cancelled Friday so that
students may join other guests for one of 40 special Celebration Seminars
conducted simultaneously across campus. Seminars will feature lectures from
alumni, faculty, and other guest speakers on a variety of topics from
advertising to sculpture to nursing.The 68 VIP alumni, as well as
other out-of-town guests, will gather on Thursday evening for a Celebration
banquet. For more information on Celebration, please call the
office of Community Relations at 423-614-8598.
A group of students from Lee University recently participated in a tour of Israel, as well as a subsequent archaeological dig. ...more
Lee University recently awarded scholarships to 32 women funded by a grant from the Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation. ...more
Desperation Band will perform the first concert for Lee University’s fall U-Church series on Sunday, Sept. 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center. ...more
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