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 Lee University Department of Business is providing an opportunity for students to work with national and international businesses in pivotal roles through the Immersion Program. ...more
Lee Singers will appear on Dr. Charles Stanley’s “In Touch Christmas Special” beginning Saturday, Dec. 20. ...more
Twenty-three students from Lee University joined an initiative with The People for Care and Learning earlier this year to build a community in the heart of Cambodia. ...more
On Monday, Dec. 8, Lee University welcomed carolers from Arnold Elementary School as part of the B.E.S.T. Partners program. ...more
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