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Baptist Health Foundation Awards $20,000 Grant to Nursing Program

Baptist Health Foundation Awards $20,000 Grant to Nursing Program

August 24, 2016

The Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio (BHFSA) awards $20,000 grant to support TLU nursing scholarships.

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Nursing Grads Achieve 100 Percent Pass Rate on National Boards

Nursing Grads Achieve 100 Percent Pass Rate on National Boards

July 6, 2016

​Texas Lutheran University’s first graduating class of nursing students scored a 100 percent pass rate on the NCLEX-RN licensing exam. All 13 students passed on their first attempt, securing a 100 percent pass rate for the entire Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program

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Dr. Tiffiny L. Sia Named a Piper Professor

Dr. Tiffiny L. Sia Named a Piper Professor

May 2, 2016

The Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation has named Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Tiffiny L. Sia one of its 2016 Piper Professor honorees. Sia is one of just 10 college professors in the state of Texas to be selected for superior teaching and having a profound influence on students at the university level.

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TLU Receives $2 Million From Werner Teggemann ’35 Estate

TLU Receives $2 Million From Werner Teggemann ’35 Estate

April 28, 2016

Gift will provide additional funding for performing arts center and scholarships

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TLU Receives $50,000 Grant From RGK Foundation

TLU Receives $50,000 Grant From RGK Foundation

April 22, 2016

Funding will support nursing students and program curriculum

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Alumna Tackles Local Issues as New Karnes City County Attorney

Alumna Tackles Local Issues as New Karnes City County Attorney

March 30, 2016

Jennifer Dillingham knew she wanted to be a judge in the second grade. After spending some time with her father, a police officer, at the Karnes City Courthouse, she was drawn to the respect...

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Seguin’s 10th Little Free Library Showcases Student Project

Seguin’s 10th Little Free Library Showcases Student Project

March 8, 2016

Throughout the past year, Seguin has welcomed Little Free Libraries into local neighborhoods. Focused on promoting literacy and free book exchanges, the handmade libraries create a sense of...

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Personal & Professional Impact of TLU’s Black & Gold President’s Council

Personal & Professional Impact of TLU’s Black & Gold President’s Council

February 24, 2016

When TLU First Lady Michelle Dorsey began the Black & Gold President’s Council (BGPC) in 2012, her vision was to offer a social education as well as an academic education to students. After...

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