A chance meeting with a fellow veteran inspired alumnus Mark Hager '99 to write his book: “The Last of the 357th Infantry: Harold Frank’s WWII Story of Faith and Courage.”
With the closing of another academic year, the Bear family says goodbye to five faculty and staff members retiring after more than 20 years of service to the university.
A grant has been awarded to the university to develop resources that recognize the impact of trauma on an individual’s readiness for vocational discernment.
Macy Kennedy '22 is taking her ministry beyond the pulpit and into God’s creation. She has found a way to combine her love for the outdoors with her theological education.
A lifelong Lutheran, Lynette McSpadden believes her unique experiences have prepared her for ministry as she pursues a master’s degree in Christian ministry.
Faith has always been an integral part of Kevin Burke’s life. Today, he is equipping men to serve in the Lutheran faith while furthering his education at Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary.
Through the skills and education obtained at Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, three students are preparing for a purposeful ministry in different fields.
Governor Roy Cooper has announced the appointment of Avery Staley, Vice President for the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, to the North Carolina Internship Council.
As part of a spring break study abroad trip to Italy, students were immersed in a once in a life time cultural experience to meet those in the health services and mental health fields abroad.
With a passion for helping others, Tre Williams enrolled in the university's school counseling and clinical mental health counseling master's degree program.
Lenoir-Rhyne has hired Jennifer L. Burris, Ph.D., as vice president for academic affairs and provost. In addition, Burris will hold the rank of tenured professor in physics.
Senior Maggie Keller has molded her degree and time at LR to include her passions — visual arts and environmental stewardship.