Lenoir-Rhyne University will enhance mental health and medical health services on campus through an agreement with TimelyMD, the premier tele-health provider for higher education.
Blending her passion for horses and studying animal behavior, Assistant Professor of Biology Carly York, Ph.D., has written a children's book exploring the life and behaviors of wild horses.
The Best Colleges list, which serves as a guide for prospective students and their families, is published annually in the fall by “U.S. News and World Report.”
With two campus locations in western North Carolina, LR’s Outdoor Club is creating opportunities for students to explore the local trails, mountains and rivers right in their own backyard.
Alumna Kellie Medley ’11, M.A. ’14 has been appointed the new director of residence life and is charged with coordinating residence life for approximately 800 students on the Hickory campus.
As part of this year's campus read, The Rev. Michael Eric Dyson, Ph.D. visited campus to discuss his book, “Long Time Coming: Reckoning with Race in America,” with the campus and community.
Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Center for Graduate Studies of Asheville celebrated a milestone with record enrollment numbers for the 2022 fall semester, showing a ten percent increase over last fall’s enrollment.
The Rev. Dr. Mary Hinkle Shore, rector and dean of Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary (LTSS) on Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Columbia campus, has announced she will retire at the end of the fall semester following four years of outstanding leadership.
For Mike Stiff, assistant professor of biology, and his wife, building their own home was a way to support their family of four with little debt and have minimal impact on the environment.
Thanks to a grant from the Truist Foundation, Lenoir-Rhyne students will now be able to apply for funding to support them as they pursue internships.
Lenoir-Rhyne has hired Jeni Wyatt, Ph.D., as the inaugural assistant provost for undergraduate education. In this role, Wyatt will oversee initiatives that support and enhance the undergraduate experience.
A new interdisciplinary minor in science communication is giving students the opportunity to develop their skills in communicating science to public audiences.