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If you’ve ever wondered what goes on inside a virtual classroom … take a peek. Liberty University Online has launched Online 101, a sample online course that allows prospective students, new students and the curious, to experience LU’s online classroom environment prior to enrolling.
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This past week Liberty University forged a strategic partnership with the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, the largest Hispanic Christian organization in America which represents nearly 20,000 churches and approximately 16 million Hispanic Christians.
Paul McLinden
The Young America’s Foundation (YAF) has listed Liberty University among the nation’s top 10 conservative colleges.
University Advancement staff
Liberty University invites prospective students and parents to meet with University officials during a special WRAP Session (Within Reach And Personal) at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 24.
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Although spring semester classes officially start on Jan. 12, there are hundreds of students on the Liberty University campus this week for intensives.
Mitzi Bible
Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr., along with board members of Liberty University School of Engineering and Computational Sciences and community leaders, officially christened the school’s new facility, located on the third floor of the Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center, Tuesday.
Eric Brown
Liberty University Online is among the nation’s Top 10 online colleges for the second year in a row.
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For the second year in a row, the Columbia Scholastic Press out of Columbia University has named the 2008 edition of Liberty University’s “Selah” yearbook as one of the top collegiate yearbooks in the country. The ‘I Am’ edition was one of only nine collegiate books in the United States to receive this recognition.
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Most kindergarteners are not yet thinking about their college education, but Simon Nolen from Appomattox Primary School in Appomattox, Va., is way ahead of the game. During an American Red Cross “Quarters That Care Campaign,” Simon’s name was drawn for the first-place prize in a Red Cross student giveaway — a four-year scholarship to Liberty University worth nearly $60,000.
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Four Liberty University students started working as “archaeologists in training” in Israel on Dec. 5 under the supervision of Dr. Randall Price, Director of Excavations and Executive Director of LU’s new Center for Judaic Studies.
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The Liberty University Department of Music & Humanities presented “A Classical Christmas” at Heritage United Methodist Church in Lynchburg Wednesday night. The concert included traditional Christmas carols performed by the Liberty University Chamber Singers, Brass Chamber ensembles and select faculty.
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The entire Liberty University community received an early Christmas present this week when the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC) accepted the university’s monitoring report addressing ongoing concerns with respect to the accreditation standard involving the identification of college-level competencies and the extent to which graduates have attained them.
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This fall’s Washington Semester interns have completed their internships and returned to campus to enjoy a luncheon with Chancellor Jerry Fallwell Jr. and his wife, Becki, and Dr. Boyd Rist, Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs, on Tuesday.
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Liberty University’s School of Engineering and Computational Sciences (SECS) has been awarded a $113,000 contract by the Center for Advanced Engineering Research (CAER) to investigate vulnerabilities of certain communications systems in an unfriendly electromagnetic environment.
Liberty University’s Washington Semester Internship Program is now under the management of Liberty’s Career Center, but the goal remains the same: to train and equip young leaders by providing students with practical training and educational opportunities in and around the nation’s capital.
Dominique McKay