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  • Lander hosts Fuji summer science programs for students in grades 4 through 12

    Lander University is accepting applications for the annual Fuji Summer Science and Mathematics Enrichment program for students in grades four through high school hosted by the university. The program, which begins in June, is sponsored by a grant from Fuji Photo Film in Greenwood and offers talented students a challenging educational experience with opportunities for fun and a taste of university life at Lander.
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  • Staff honored for excellence

  • Student wins prize at Lander financial aid event

  • Lander University graduate receives Thayer Award

    Christin Moss, of Williamston, finished at the top of her graduating class in December, qualifying her for Lander's prestigious Thayer Award, presented on behalf of the family of Dr. Henry K. Thayer to the graduating senior achieving the highest scholastic average.
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  • Announcement Regarding Lander's UCG Office

    Lander University will discontinue its operations at the University Center of Greenville, effective July 31, 2012. Although Lander will no longer offer classes at the University Center of Greenville, this change will not have a negative impact on any student program schedule as Lander classes may be taken online, through directed independent study options, or on the Greenwood campus. Lander faculty and staff are committed to helping students reach graduation, and a clear path has been charted for Lander's University Center students to graduate as planned.
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  • Jazz Ensemble Primed for Spring Show

    Lander University associate professor of music Dr. Robert Gardiner, who leads the Lander University Jazz Ensemble, makes no secret of his admiration for jazz great Duke Ellington, and Ellington's signature tune, "Take the 'A' Train," will be among the highlights of the jazz ensemble's spring show.
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  • Wind Ensemble Readies for Show

    The Thursday, April 12, concert by Lander University's Wind Ensemble, scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. in the Josephine B. Abney Cultural Center Auditorium, will feature English folk songs.
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  • Lander and DHEC partner to conduct a unique disaster drill on campus

    Lander University will be the location of a disaster drill testing the emergency response capabilities of the university and the state’s Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC). The drill is scheduled for Tuesday, April 10, from 3:45 to 6 p.m. Rodney Boyter, Lander’s director of safety, said the disaster simulation will center on the release of a biologic agent on campus. The drill is part of the Cities Readiness Initiative of the Federal Centers for Disease Control, which responds by dispensing antidotes and antibiotics to a metropolitan area that has been subjected to a bioterrorist attack.
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  • Lander Police, SLED make arrests in Lander assault case - UPDATED 10:45 p.m.

    Lander University Police and the State Law Enforcement Division announced tonight that two arrests have been made in the assault case that occurred on campus Wednesday, March 21, 2012, at a campus housing apartment complex, Bearcat Village.
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  • Lander to present a seriously nonsensical choral performance

    Dr. Chuck Neufeld said there might be a surprise or two when Lander University's two major choral ensembles stage a concert titled "Serious Nonsense," on Tuesday, April 10, at 8 p.m., in Lander's Josephine B. Abney Cultural Center Auditorium.
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