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June 2018

Summer camp trains youths in cybersecurity

A group of 23 high school students wrapped up a week of GenCyber Camp at Liberty University by defending computer systems from hackers. ...

6.29.2018 | | Read More

Dr. Kenyon Knapp to head School of Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Knapp, who has been actively involved in teaching as well as providing leadership to the counseling profession, will lead one of the largest of Liberty’s 17 schools and colleges. ...

6.28.2018 | Read More

Nursing student travels worldwide to compete in rock climbing

Rising Liberty University junior Tori Perkins, who placed sixth at Saturday's World University Championships in Slovakia, has traveled across the country and around the world to pursue her passion for rock climbing. ...

6.27.2018 | | Read More

Government student appointed to national commission on native children

Elizabeth Morris, chairwoman of the Christian Alliance for Indian Child Welfare, was appointed to the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children. ...

6.26.2018 | Read More

LUCOM earns accreditation for neuromusculoskeletal residency

Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine has been granted initial accreditation from the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education to begin a new osteopathic neuromusculoskeletal residency program. ...

6.25.2018 | Read More

Former Lady Flames soccer player signs with pro team in Sweden

Women’s soccer forward Isabella Habuda, who graduated in May, has signed a professional contract with Umea IK in Sweden. ...

6.25.2018 | Read More

Liberty University receives $3 million gift from Rawlings Foundation

A $3 million donation from the Rawlings Foundation brings the group’s total giving to Liberty University to $15 million in the last two years. ...

6.22.2018 | Read More

LU and Framatome collaborate to prepare the future workforce and stimulate innovation

Liberty University is proud to announce the addition of Gary Mignogna, president and CEO of Framatome Inc., to the advisory board for the Center for Energy Research and Education (CERE) in Central Virginia. ...

6.22.2018 | Read More

Liberty University cuts costs with free textbooks for undergraduate online students

The new change affects over 700 courses and is expected to save full-time online students up to $975 a year. ...

6.22.2018 | Read More

Longtime Virginia donor leaves legacy at Liberty

Liberty University is mourning the loss of one of its most faithful friends and loyal supporters, Charles R. "Red" Stone of Virginia Beach, Va. ...

6.20.2018 | Read More

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