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With a drive for helping others, Jeannine Van Sandt was led to returning to the classroom to pursue a master's degree in counseling.
Philosophy professor Michael Deckard has found bread making to be a great way to destress, work with his hands, and offer a treat to his students.
The annual scholarship luncheon brought together students, donors, faculty and staff to honor the generosity of donors and celebrate scholarship recipients and their academic achievements.
The university has received a $220,000 grant from the Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation in support of undergraduate nursing scholarships for the 2022-23 school year.
The presentation is part of a national initiative among colleges and universities to honor Zelenskyy’s leadership and show support for the people of Ukraine since Russia invaded the country in February.
An award-winning poet, D. M. Spratley uses her storytelling experience to influence and challenge her class as the current writer-in-residence.
Michelle Traynum ’96, a teacher at Homeland Park Primary School in Anderson, South Carolina, was named a recipient of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Lenoir-Rhyne science students recently represented the university at the North Carolina Academy of Science annual meeting where they delivered oral and poster presentations that earned first and third place awards.
Instructional studies major and track and field athlete Lacey Triplett '22 has persevered through shoulder surgery last season to earn all-region honors in the pole vaulting event for the 2022 season. Now, she sets her sights toward graduate school through the Bridges to Dreams program.
Lenoir-Rhyne supporters showed the incredible strength of the Bear Family during the university’s annual giving day, Bears Give Back, setting an all-time high of $695,967 from 849 donors.
The university celebrates its first century of bands on the Hickory campus with a performance and reception.
The aim of the symposium, scheduled for March 30, 31 and April 1, is to address the national mental health crisis on a local level by targeting two vulnerable groups in the community — hospitality workers and students.