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  • Lander University business student receives academic scholarship

    Lander University business administration major Shawaunn Middleton, right, of Johns Island, has been selected to receive the Eaton Business Scholarship.
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  • Stern, Overly to perform at Lander

    Dr. David Stern, Lander University adjunct professor of low brass, and Daniel Overly, a student at Bob Jones University, will present a recital at Lander on Thursday, Sept. 8, at 8 p.m.
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  • Lander University business students receive Dunlap scholarships

    Two Lander University business administration majors have been selected to receive the R. Thornwell Dunlap Jr. Scholarship. The scholarship was established in 1997 in honor of Dunlap, who served as president of The Lander Foundation from 1993-1996. A member of numerous civic, health care and church organizations, Dunlap served as president and CEO of Countybank and chairman of the bank board of directors.
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  • Lander University business student receives Baker Scholarship

    Lander University business administration major Mary Trotter, right, of Saluda, has received the Paul Livingston Baker Scholarship, established in 1998 in memory of Paul Livingston Baker by his wife, 1940 Lander alumna Helen Rodgers Baker, and family.
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  • Lander fall Continuing Education includes Chinese language instruction

    Lander University will offer a Chinese language course as part of its fall Continuing Education lineup. The instructor will be Chen Xiaohong, a visiting scholar from Shanghai Normal University in China, who is spending the current academic year working in Lander's Student Affairs Office.
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  • Lander University campus to host The Wall that Heals Vietnam Memorial

    The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., draws millions of visitors each year who come to pay emotional tributes to the men and women who lost their lives in the Vietnam War. So it is with the four replicas of the Vietnam Wall, which tour the nation, giving citizens who cannot travel to Washington the opportunity to pay their respects.
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  • College Night information session scheduled at Greenwood Mall

    For those with questions about college, there will be no better place to be than at Greenwood Mall on Wednesday, Sept. 7, when representatives from more than 40 colleges and universities from across the state and elsewhere will be on hand for College Night.
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  • Lander University Department of Music Honored at Summit

    The Lander University Department of Music was honored at the 2011 South Carolina Education and Business Summit, held recently in Greenville, for providing McCormick Middle School student Taylor Buckner with “an outstanding job- shadowing experience.” Buckner was supposed to shadow associate professor of music Dr. Robert Gardiner, but a traffic accident kept Gardiner from reporting to work that day. Instead, she sat in on a piano lab, taught by assistant professor of music Dr. Robert Kelley; a music theory class, taught by music department chair Dr. Lila Noonkester; and a music history class, taught by professor emeritus of music Dr. Anthony Lenti.
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  • Lander Mission Trip a Success

    The medical mission trip to Honduras recently completed by Lander University Department of Nursing faculty members and students was so successful that a return trip has already been planned.
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  • "BearcatDaddies" to Perform at Lander Alumni Music Fest

    The Lander University Alumni Association and Greenwood Tower Club invite the public to attend this year’s Alumni Music Fest on Sunday, Aug. 28, from 5 to 8 p.m. at The Cabana at Grand Harbor in Ninety Six.
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