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Lander University Adds to Already Impressive Collection of Precious Stones
Greenwood physician Dr. Dan Robinson's hobby of collecting precious stones is paying dividends for Lander University.
Lander dedicates its new Equestrian Center covered arena
Morning skies were overcast and temperatures were in the mid-30s, but the cold did not chill the enthusiasm displayed at the Jan. 26 dedication ceremonies for the newly covered arena at Lander University's Equestrian Center.
Lander set to introduce a new a Honors College
Applications are being accepted for a new Honors College that will make its debut at Lander University with the start of the fall semester in September. The college is not a new building on the Lander campus but rather a program offering academically gifted students the opportunity to study in an environment unlike the typical college classroom experience.
Lander University Gets Green Light to Participate in Call Me MISTER Program
As the result of a recent agreement between Lander and Clemson universities, Lander's Department of Teacher Education has been granted a license to participate in South Carolina's Call Me MISTER program.
Best in Show Award at Lander Student Showcase Exhibit Goes to Price
Lander University visual arts major Whitney Price, a junior from Pendleton, displays her untitled photograph, which won the best in show award at the 1st Annual Lander Student Showcase Exhibit.
Lander set for 2nd Annual Bearcat Breakout 5K
For the second year in a row, Lander University's Physical Education and Exercise Studies (PEES) Club will host the Annual Bearcat Breakout 5K. This year's 3.1-mile run will begin at 9 a.m., on Feb. 23.
Lander University Continues Tradition of Hosting S.C. Scholastic Art Awards
Middle and high school students and teachers from across South Carolina gathered at Lander University Jan. 19 for the presentation of the 2013 Scholastic Art Awards, an event which Lander has hosted for more than 20 years.
Covar named interim vice president at Lander
Thomas Covar has been appointed interim vice president of Business and Administration at Lander University.
Two Lander nursing instructors earn doctorates within weeks of each other
Two members of Lander University's nursing faculty received doctoral degrees in 2012, and they agree it would have been impossible to successfully complete the demanding curriculum and study requirements without the support and encouragement of their families.
Visiting scholar welcomed at Lander University
President Daniel Ball has welcomed Munavvar Zaripova of Tajikistan as a visiting scholar who will spend the spring semester at Lander University. From left: Dr. Sung Jae Park, dean of International Programs; Zaripova, with her nation's flag; and Ball.