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Biology professor Carly York, Ph.D., investigates the value of curiosity-based science and its role in building better relationships between scientists and the general public.
Planned revisions to the engineering physics major will make a strong program even stronger.
To fit the diverse needs of first-generation students, the university provides a residential learning community designed to assist with the home-to-college transition in new way.
Katherine Pasour explores the connections between health, wellness and spirituality in her first book, “Honoring God with My Body: Journey to Wellness and a Healthy Lifestyle."
The Visiting Writers Series returns for its 34th season and will host a variety of authors, poets, editors and more on campus this academic year.
The Alex Lee Career and Professional Development Center will launch the LR Career Closet to provide students access to free professional attire thanks to a new grant.
With Lake Hickory and Lake Norman so near, it was only a matter of time before LR joined the many colleges and universities that have made bass fishing one of the fastest-growing club sports in the nation.
A new, free resource to help students determine their career path is rolling out this semester.
The university’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day Prayer Breakfast will take place Jan. 16 on the Hickory campus.
Several members of Stef Gardiner-Walsh's family lived with hearing loss – so from a young age she began learning and using sign language. That life experience, along with the support she received at LR, led her to become the educator she is today.
Planners in Copenhagen are enhancing livability and sustainability, and graduate student Ryan Barry ’23 traveled to Denmark in the summer of 2022 to explore the possibilities.
Lineberger Multicultural Studies Scholar-in-Residence Meli Kimathi is investigating the therapeutic potential within a DJ’s art.