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1.30.2017
Last week, Liberty University junior Stefany Orellana talked to the Virginia House of Delegates’ Science and Technology Committee about the importance of undergraduate research. She was one of only three students invited to speak to the committee. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
1.25.2017
After 15 years in local, state, and national government, former U.S. Congressman Robert Hurt (Virginia’s 5th District) has joined Liberty University to head up the new Center for Law & Government, in concert with the Helms School of Government and School of Law. ...
By Len Stevens/Liberty University External Communications
1.24.2017
Staff from Liberty University's Financial Aid Office, along with seven students met with their local state representatives in Richmond, Va. to talk about the Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant (VTAG). ...
Liberty University News Service
1.9.2017
In the foundation of a building in the biblical city of Gezer, Dr. Chet Roden and his colleagues discovered a treasure trove of silver and gold relics that were wrapped in linen inside a small piece of lidded pottery dating back to 1700-1500 B.C. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
12.28.2016
In one of the most competitive financial business markets, Manhattan in New York City, Liberty University junior Connor Carew has landed an enviable position at an elite asset management firm, even before completing his college degree. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
12.22.2016
The 36th annual competition had entries from more than 3,000 amateur photographers with 11,000 photographs entered. Five of the finalists were either current students or recent graduates from Liberty's Studio & Digital Arts Department. ...
Liberty University News Service
12.15.2016
Students in the School of Aeronautics’ Professional Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Operator program, are training not only to gain experience flying cutting-edge unmanned aircraft, but also to instruct other students in flying as well. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
12.7.2016
After a very rigorous review, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), has reaffirmed Liberty University’s full accreditation for the next 10 years. ...
Liberty University News Service
12.7.2016
Students from the Department of Family & Consumer Sciences (FACS) Interior Design Program were recently awarded $2,500 in scholarship money from the Virginia Furniture Market for their work designing a showroom vignette, which was showcased in stores on Black Friday. ...
By Tobi Walsh/Liberty University News Service
12.7.2016
Before a packed house, over 400 performers from Liberty University’s School of Music presented the sixth annual “Christmas on the Boulevard” in the Center for Music and Worship and the Worship Arts’ new grand concert hall Tuesday night. ...
By Colin Schwager/Liberty University News Service
12.2.2016
Liberty University's Department of Theatre Arts opens "Guys & Dolls" on the Tower Theater stage, turning back the clock for a golden-era adventure that travels from the heart of Times Square to the cafés of Havana. ...
By Colin Schwager/Liberty University News Service
11.22.2016
In the spring, Liberty University will pilot its first course in automotive dealership management and has plans to offer a full specialization next fall, thanks to a partnership with Hendrick Automotive Group, the nation’s largest privately held automotive retail organization. ...
Liberty University News Service
11.22.2016
Liberty University has announced that it will build an approximately 78,000-square-foot, three-story academic building for the School of Business on the current site of the Elmer Towns Religion Hall. ...
Liberty University News Service
11.21.2016
Virginia Business Magazine recently published the feature article, "A vision comes to pass: Liberty University has transformed itself into Virginia's biggest school." ...
Liberty University News Service
11.18.2016
On top of a pre-med course load, junior Ramon Misla David has started a campus chapter of a national health care charity, completed two competitive internships with the NIH, and was invited to present his research on PTSD at a national conference. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
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