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  • Lander students get ready to pack their bags for study abroad

    Eleven names will be added to the growing list of Lander University students who are accepted into the university's Study Abroad program. Dr. DeWitt Stone Jr., director of the program, said more than 100 Lander students have enrolled in a college or university abroad for a semester or a summer study term since he became director in 2005.
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  • Lander names new interim vice president for academic affairs

    A change in Lander University's senior administrative ranks will go into effect on July 1 when Dr. Danny McKenzie relinquishes his position as vice president for academic affairs and provost so that he can return to his former faculty position in the university's College of Education.
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  • Lander hosts art exhibit by master of art in teaching graduates

    The Monsanto Gallery at Lander University is featuring an exhibit by four 2012 graduates of the university's Master in Arts Teaching program.
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  • Summer Campers Learn How to Solve Crimes

    Lander University associate professor of biology T.D. Maze points to DNA extracted from the cheek cells of Noah Rueda as the middle school student looks on. Rueda was a participant in Maze's forensics camp, one of the Fuji summer science and math enrichment programs that Lander offers each year for the benefit of students in grades four through 12.
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  • Lander graduate receives assignment to Air War College

    Lander University graduate Lt. Col. Warren Bacote was honored at a change of command ceremony on June 12 at Fort Devens, Mass., where he served as garrison commander for nearly five years. He has been reassigned to the Air War College (AWC) at Maxwell A.F.B., in Montgomery, Ala., where he will be one of 26 U.S. Army representatives in the college's class of 2013.
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  • Lander University announces tuition increase for 2012-2013

    Tuition at Lander University will increase by 3.15 percent for the 2012-2013 academic year. The increase, which is smaller than last year's 3.95 percent tuition hike, includes a $100 increase in fees which Lander's Board of Trustees approved last December for debt service on university construction and renovation projects.
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  • Benches Donated to Lander

    The Lander University Shade Garden is taking on a more finished look, with the addition of two new benches.
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  • Creating Lifelong Learners: Lander's Sam Tolbert

    As a high school student weighing career options, Lander University associate professor of health care management Sam Tolbert knew he wanted to enter a field that would allow him to touch as many lives positively as possible.
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  • Increasing number of Lander students are taking advantage of opportunities for international study

    Lander University's Study Abroad Program passed a milestone early in May when four students traveled to Spain to begin a special study program for education majors. Their participation in the trip raises to more than 100 the number of Lander students to have enrolled in a college or university abroad for a semester or a summer study term since the current program began in the spring of 2005.
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  • Lander faculty members awarded endowed professorships

    Two Lander University faculty members have been selected to fill endowed professorships awarded by The Lander Foundation for 2012-2014.
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