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Liberty University's School of Education hosted its first Superintendent's Luncheon at the Barrick-Falwell Lodge at Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre on Tuesday, Oct. 15. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
More than 270 Liberty University employees and students participated in the 40th annual Genworth Virginia 10 Miler and 4 Miler races, as well as a 4 Mile Walk, in downtown Lynchburg on Saturday, more than tripling the number of members last year. ...
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Liberty University's resident and online professors — more than 2,600 strong — gathered both in person and online from around the world for the university's all-faculty meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 25. ...
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Dr. Paul Fink, 83, a longtime professor at Liberty University School of Religion, died Saturday, Sept. 7 at Lynchburg General Hospital. ...
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Dr. Gary Isaacs, assistant professor of biology in Liberty University's Department of Biology & Chemistry was recently named a recipient of the 2013-14 Alzheimer's and Related Diseases Research Award Fund (ARDRAF), receiving $40,000 to further his research. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
Dr. Elmer L. Towns, who co-founded Liberty with Dr. Jerry Falwell, Sr. in 1971 and has most recently served as dean of the seminary and the School of Religion, is going on sabbatical, effective Thursday, Aug. 29, to write books, travel, and spend time with his family. ...
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Longtime Liberty University faculty member Dr. Homer H. Blass, Jr., 73, died Saturday, July 27. ...
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Flames Sports Network reporter Nick Pierce will be adding an additional responsibility to his broadcasting duties this fall, as he was recently named the new public address announcer for the Carolina Panthers. ...
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Richard "Al" Stephens, Liberty University's senior video maintenance engineer, was recognized as the inaugural Engineer of the Year for Chapter 78 of the Society of Broadcast Engineers. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University honored close to 400 employees at the Years of Service Banquet on Wednesday, July 10, in the Williams Stadium Club Pavilion. ...
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Liberty University employees are settling into their new home in the former Sears building at River Ridge Mall. About 675 employees are being relocated from Green Hall to the new site, which the university purchased last year for $6.9 million. ...
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Richard K. Duffy, Jr., 39, a facilities manager with Liberty University's Field Operations Division, died in the hospital June 1 after he had been resuscitated at the Jamerson Family YMCA pool on May 29. ...
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Liberty University Police Department participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) for Special Olympics on June 5. ...
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Liberty University has been named the winner of the University TicketReturn Season Ticket Card Design Contest for its 2012-13 Women’s Basketball pass card. ...
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The University Photographer’s Association of America recently featured Les Schofer, senior staff photographer for the Liberty University Marketing Department, in its publication "The Contact Sheet." ...
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