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.
With an enthusiasm for students and technology, Bjarne Berg, Ph.D., uses his knowledge and skills to teach future tech experts.
Fueled by passion, these three Lenoir-Rhyne alumni have applied the skills they gained at LR and used them to advance their careers.
As students in the Master of Science in Sustainability Studies program at LR complete their degrees - they are making a difference in the world one step at a time.
Four leaders with careers of extraordinary accomplishment were awarded highest honors at LR’s 2022 commencement. The institution also celebrated graduates’ accomplishments and conferred more than 600 degrees for doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s degrees.
Through focus, determination and commitment, tennis student-athlete Spencer Cochran has swept many matches during her four years as an undergraduate and will cross the stage this week with her degree in exercise science.
An innovative partnership between Lenoir-Rhyne University and Catawba Valley Community College will allow CVCC students to live on LR’s campus this fall and participate in student life at a four-year college while also taking classes at CVCC.
Watching both parents serve as educators, Cameron Baute grew up wanting to follow in their footsteps. On Friday, he will be one step closer to welcoming students to his own classroom when he receives his degree in elementary education.
Nixa Rivera is a mother, grandmother and once she walks across the stage this Friday at commencement – she will also add the title of registered nurse.
Eric Jackson is more than a student-athlete. After graduation, Jackson aspires to use his leadership and classroom experiences gained at Lenoir-Rhyne to shape his business acumen in a technology role.