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Liberty University is partnering with other local sponsors for the Clean Commute Challenge, a new web-based log designed to encourage residents to bike to work, or to carpool, take transit, or walk one or more days during the month of May. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
National Geographic International recently featured Liberty University professor Dr. Michael Babcock on its show, "Bloody Tales," in an episode on Attila the Hun. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University's 2,900 faculty members were invited to participate in Wednesday's all-faculty meeting, which takes place once per semester and is streamed live from Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center. ...
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Some rare artifacts from biblical times found their way to present-day New York City last week, arriving from Liberty University's Center for Judaic Studies to help celebrate the upcoming DVD release of the popular History Channel miniseries "The Bible." ...
By Mitzi Bible/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University’s Center for Global Engagement recently appointed Melody Harper as its new department chair for the undergraduate Global Studies program. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University’s Faculty Art Exhibition kicked off Thursday evening showcasing the diverse talents of the faculty of Liberty’s Department of Studio and Digital Arts. ...
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Liberty University’s Dean of Students Keith Anderson (’05) was recently elected to the 2013 Association for Student Conduct Administration Board of Directors where he will represent private four-year institutions nationwide. ...
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Liberty University Information Technology celebrated its 12-year partnership with Cisco and SyCom, leading network IT systems and consulting companies, at a special luncheon in the New Schilling Center Nov. 9. ...
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Dave Campbell, a familiar face to thousands who have walked through the doors at Liberty University’s Jerry Falwell Museum, retired on November 1 after nine years as a greeter at the museum. ...
By Bethany Pico/Liberty University News Service
Mike Ocealis, 58, died Thursday, Oct. 25, after a battle with cancer. He worked for Liberty for eight years, most recently as the associate registrar for online undergraduate students and as an adjunct faculty member in the School of Religion. ...
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Liberty University is wishing one of its first and most influential campus pastors and Bible professors, Dr. C. Sumner Wemp, a Happy 90th Birthday. ...
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Liberty University recently hired two new directors in its Finance Department. ...
By Mitzi Bible/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University held its annual All University Faculty Meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 17, in Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center. More than 1,000 attended the meeting, and many online faculty logged in to the special webcast from their homes, workplaces, airports, and mission fields. ...
By Mitzi Bible/Liberty University News Service
Dunkin’ Donuts will open a new location Tuesday on the campus of Liberty University. ...
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Sophomore Joseph Anderson will be heading to Auckland, New Zealand, to compete in the International Triathlon Union (ITU) Age Group World Championships, Oct. 14-22. Liberty alumnus Parker Spencer (’12) and Head Coach Beth Frackleton will also compete in their age groups. ...
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