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Liberty University held its first art show opening in its new gallery on Thursday. Students, faculty and community members stood in line at the Visual Communication Arts (VCAR) Department to peruse the works of David Heath, a renowned painter of contemporary American landscapes, in the new 30-by-38-foot gallery. ...
Sarah Blanzy
Business executives, government officials and university administrators met today to learn more about the building campaigns of two of Liberty University’s fastest growing academic programs. ...
Carmen P. Fleischauer
Last week, in response to a growing need across the country, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary launched The Transitional Pastor, a one-week intensive course that trains pastors to lead churches through a change in leadership. ...
Paul McLinden
Liberty University School of Law students who participated in a summer externship program with Liberty Counsel recently toured Washington, D.C., including a trip to the U.S. Supreme Court. ...
University Advancement staff
Dr. J. Gordon (Jim) Henry, former teacher, Academic Dean and later Vice President of Academic Affairs at Liberty University, visited campus on Monday, presenting Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. with several items for the school archives. ...
Mitzi Bible
In honor of World War II veterans and to bring awareness to the D-Day invasion as a pivotal event in history, Liberty University has partnered with the National D-Day Memorial Foundation to host a two-day conference ...
Eric Brown
The new site is content-rich, interactive and fun to use, and will keep users better informed and more connected than ever.
University Advancement staff
Liberty University students will get one extra week to soak up the sun this summer, as school administration recently announced that the Fall 2009 semester and classes will begin Monday, Aug. 24 — one week later than previously planned. ...
University Advancement staff
Brandi Hatfield, a junior history major, was recently selected as a Gilder Lehrman Institute Scholar. ...
University Advancement staff
For the third time in four years the Liberty Debate Team has accomplished a feat that no other school has been able to match — winning the sweepstakes championship in debate’s three governing organizations in a single season. ...
Liberty Debate
A conference, "Awakenings and Revivals in American History," is drawing nearly 30 scholars from across the United States and Canada to Liberty University this week to discuss the history of major religious revivals and their impact in American history. ...
University Advancement staff
Blackwell has spoken at the university on several occasions and was a close personal friend of the late Dr. Jerry Falwell. To the students of the School of Law, he says, “I know that the training and education that you’re getting here is really badly needed.” ...
Carmen P. Fleischauer
Liberty has announced it will distribute $400,000 in scholarships from its endowment fund by August, focusing mainly on non-Virginia students with high need and those receiving less aid from other sources.
University Advancement staff
Student models walked the runway at Liberty University’s third annual Fashion Show on April 3, hosted by the Family and Consumer Sciences Department. The show raised close to $2,700, which went toward paying for the redecoration of Thomas Road Baptist Church’s (TRBC) Missionary Furlough Home. ...
Dominique McKay
Three students from Liberty University’s School of Business won first place in the 2009 Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Virginia State Human Resource Games held on Saturday, March 28 at the Liberty University School of Law. ...
University Advancement staff