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Hands-on cultural experiences part of this semester's Global Focus Week

Liberty University students, faculty, and staff will celebrate Liberty’s biannual Global Focus Week (GFW) Feb. 11-15. The event raises global awareness through special speakers and interactive events. ...

2.8.2019 | Read More

Activist Sharon Risher joins Liberty for African-American History Month events

Chaplain and activist Rev. Sharon Risher will help kick off African-American History Month events at Liberty University on Feb. 11. ...

2.7.2019 | Read More

Graduate degree in professional counseling earns CACREP accreditation

Liberty University has received accreditation for its Master of Arts in Professional Counseling through the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP). ...

2.5.2019 | Read More

Airline CEO offers career advice to aeronautics students

School of Aeronautics students got an insider’s look at the airline industry on Tuesday as Piedmont Airlines President and CEO Lyle Hogg made a visit to Liberty. ...

1.30.2019 | Read More

Government Moot Court teams head to nationals ranked in top 10

Three teams of Liberty University students will compete this weekend in the American Moot Court Association National Tournament, hosted by the University of Central Florida in Orlando. ...

1.11.2019 | Read More

Liberty professors earn Christianity Today Book Award

A book by Liberty University professors and husband and wife duo David and Marybeth Baggett, titled “Morals of the Story: Good News About a Good God,” has been selected for Christianity Today’s 2019 Book Awards. ...

1.4.2019 | Read More

Liberty welcomes Dr. Dave Brat as new business dean

Liberty University has announced the hiring of Dr. Dave Brat, a former congressman and longtime private sector economist, as the new dean for its School of Business. ...

1.2.2019 | Read More

Anthony Nobles, medical product innovator, named entrepreneurship director

Liberty University’s School of Business welcomes Professor Anthony Nobles as the new executive director for its Center for Entrepreneurship. ...

1.2.2019 | Read More

Archaeologist’s work in Israeli caves draws attention of National Geographic

Almost two years after taking part in a major Dead Sea Scrolls discovery, Liberty University distinguished professor and archaeologist Dr. Randall Price is continuing to make strides with new archeological finds. ...

12.26.2018 | Read More

Kennedy Center festival recognizes original play ‘Bloodroot’ as regional finalist

“Bloodroot: The Ballad of Clinch Mountain,” written and performed by a team of female Liberty students, was selected as a regional finalist by the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. ...

12.21.2018 | Read More

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