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4.2.2009
Liberty University is just a few steps away from being classified as a Level VI institution by its institutional accrediting agency, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). ...
University Advancement staff
3.27.2009
Helms School Dean George E. Buzzy said the Lord laid the idea for a Strategic Intelligence Studies Week on his heart last fall. Buzzy wanted to provide a jeans-and-pizza atmosphere in which students could hear from intelligence professionals, ask them questions, exchange email addresses and network. ...
Teresa Dunham
3.26.2009
Dr. Michael Graves, Liberty University professor of Communications, received the 2008 Top Article Award from the Religious Communication Association. ...
University Advancement staff
3.26.2009
With its recent regional victory, the moot court team of Ben Walton and Carrie Mitchell is one of the top 24 teams in the nation. ...
Liberty University School of Law
3.22.2009
Liberty University’s Helms School of Government hosted an all-day Foreign Policy Training Institute on Saturday, March 21. ...
University Advancement staff
3.22.2009
Drew Griffith, a Liberty University senior with the School of Engineering and Computational Sciences (SECS), took first place at the 39th annual Southeast Decision Sciences Institute (SEDSI) undergraduate student paper competition held recently in Charleston, S.C. ...
Dominique McKay
3.16.2009
Dr. Stephen Michael Newby was a featured guest lecturer at Liberty University's Center for Worship March 16-18. ...
University Advancement staff
3.13.2009
Liberty University is committed to training Champions for Christ — and now hundreds of Hispanic students can add themselves to the ranks as a “Campeón de Cristo.” ...
Teresa Dunham
3.11.2009
Liberty students took a field trip to the Smithsonian's Museum of Natural History -- and a Post writer captures their reactions. ...
University Advancement staff
3.11.2009
Shortly after resident students left campus for spring break last Friday, a new round of one-week intensive classes started this week at Liberty. ...
Paul McLinden
3.6.2009
The long hallway that runs alongside the post office, Light Medical and other student services at Liberty University's Campus North has been transformed into an art gallery of sorts. Recently, 34 mixed-media canvases were installed as part of a permanent display showcasing the artwork of nearly 50 Visual Communication Arts (VCAR) students...
University Advancement staff
3.5.2009
Liberty University’s Center for Judaic Studies opened in August 2008, but scholars are truly starting to settle into the space now. On Wednesday, the center had an open house, inviting LU employees and leaders to celebrate the new facility in the Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center.
Teresa Dunham
2.27.2009
Starting out as a New York City school principal isn’t a shabby proving ground for a future FBI agent.
Teresa Dunham
2.20.2009
Liberty University's Visual Communication Arts program opened an exhibit of nearly 100 works of art in the VCAR Studios and Gallery this week. The show features student artwork in the form of posters, identity packages, magazine covers, product illustrations, menus and more. The exhibit will be on display through Feb. 27.
University Advancement staff
2.18.2009
A noteworthy political force spoke at the Liberty University School of Law on Wednesday. Howard Phillips, founder and chairman of The Conservative Caucus (TCC), delivered an address on “The Constitution...
Teresa Dunham
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