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10.24.2014
On Wednesday, Oct. 22, several students from Liberty University's School of Religion and School of Business took the opportunity to tour the Virginia Technical Institute (VTI) in nearby Altavista, where Liberty's Technical Studies students train. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.24.2014
Liberty University's Career Center hosted a Health Sciences Career fair on Thursday, Oct. 23, in the LaHaye Event Space, connecting students with some major companies in the industry. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.23.2014
Two pairs of Liberty University students received $500 research grants for their presentations of studies related to Alzheimer’s Disease during the Virginia Academy of Science’s Fall Undergraduate Meeting held Oct. 18 at Virginia State University. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.21.2014
Liberty University students put down their books and grabbed hammers and nails during Habitat for Humanity's annual Blitz Build, Oct. 18-19 in nearby Altavista. ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
10.19.2014
Liberty's Washington Fellowship is one of the largest internship programs of its kind. Every spring, summer, and fall, about 25 students from varying degree programs live on Capitol Hill while taking classes and working at a competitive internship in their field. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
10.17.2014
In its latest production, "A Man For All Seasons," Liberty University's Department of Theatre Arts takes audiences back in time to 16th century England for the true story of courage and conviction shown by Chancellor of England, Sir Thomas More. ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
10.14.2014
Liberty University School of Law's Trial Team has been invited to compete in the National Civil Trial Competition (NCTC), one of the country's premiere invitational trial competitions, at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, Nov. 14-16. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.9.2014
Dr. Ronald S. Godwin, senior vice president for academic affairs and provost for Liberty University, with the approval of President Jerry Falwell, has appointed several individuals to positions of academic leadership in the university. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.7.2014
Liberty University’s seven-time Big South Championship-winning Quiz Bowl team earned six wins at Virginia Commonwealth University’s tournament Saturday, Oct. 4, including its first-ever victory over an Ivy League opponent. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.6.2014
Liberty University’s School of Religion is partnering with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) to offer a cognate and a minor in evangelism under the banner of the Billy Graham School of Evangelism Online. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.1.2014
Liberty University hosted this year’s annual meeting of the Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia’s (CICV) on Monday and Tuesday, welcoming 19 presidents from private colleges across the state. ...
Liberty University News Service
9.23.2014
Comic book artist Sergio Cariello visited Liberty University last week to launch an exhibition of his illustrations for the community and share his testimony as a Christian illustrator working with comic giants Marvel and DC Comics. ...
By Alex Kocman/Liberty University News Service
9.19.2014
Alluvion Stage Company, Liberty University’s professional theater company, is bringing "The Little Mermaid" to the stage for the first time in Virginia. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
9.11.2014
The Hon. Lacey Putney, the longest-serving state legislator in Virginia history, donated about 250 books from his Bedford law office to the Ehrhorn Law Library at Liberty University School of Law. ...
Liberty University News Service
9.5.2014
Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary (LBTS) is extending its academic reach this year with the establishment of two new centers, the enlistment of five new and returning faculty, and the launch of new forums on cultural issues. ...
Liberty University News Service
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