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Four piano­ majors from the Liberty University School of Music have been invited to present at the 2015 Collegiate Piano Pedagogy Conference in Dallas, Texas, Jan. 17-18. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University's School of Music will perform "I Pagliacci" (The Clowns), a fast-paced Italian opera translated into English, at the Tower Theater, Jan. 15-19. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University has announced a partnership with #1 New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury, welcoming her as a visiting professor for the school’s residential and online programs. ...
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The School of Communication & Creative Arts welcomed its inaugural class of Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) students Friday in the Liberty University Art Gallery. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
Last fall, Liberty University introduced a new Center for Chaplaincy to sharpen the vision and develop cutting-edge chaplaincy education and programs. Liberty is currently the largest educator of chaplains for the military. ...
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Liberty University's School of Music, which is planning to open a new Center for Music and the Worship Arts next fall, has restructured its degree offerings to better equip its 1,200-plus students to utilize their gifts in their chosen career fields. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
Chris Hulshof, an assistant professor and department chair in Liberty University's School of Religion, worked with LifeWay Christian Resources to help develop WORDsearch Bible software to complement Liberty courses. ...
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Liberty University's School of Nursing held its annual winter pinning ceremony Friday, Dec. 12, for December graduates. A total of 279 students from three programs accepted their diplomas during the ceremony. ...
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After teaching numerous classes in the Department of English and Modern Languages for the past 35 years, Hähnlen died weeks after her husband, Rev. Dr. Lee W. Hähnlen, a former pastor and professor of church history and philosophy at Liberty. ...
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Dr. Massey, who died Nov. 29 at age 76, taught at Liberty for more than 20 years and served as the first registrar for the School of Lifelong Learning, pioneering Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary's online programs. ...
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The Liberty University School of Aeronautics has become one of the first aviation programs in the country to upgrade its entire fleet of Cessna 172 flight simulators to Level 5 FTDs and subsequently receive FAA certification as part of the National Simulator Program. ...
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Several leaders in the aviation industry visited the Liberty University School of Aeronautics (SOA) recently, touring the facilities and meeting with Liberty administrators about the school’s innovative programs. ...
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As its more than 7,000-acre campus continues to thrive, Liberty University’s economic value to the greater Lynchburg area has increased exponentially, according to a recenty study by Mangum Economic Consulting LLC, based in Richmond, Va. ...
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Liberty University's Spirit of the Mountain Marching Band had the honor of performing at the Georgia Dome on Nov. 1 as an exhibition during the Bands of America (BOA) Super Regional Championships in Atlanta. ...
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A year after assuming the role of dean of Liberty University's School of Religion (SOR), Dr. Ed Hindson is already seeing the fulfillment of his vision. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service