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Distance Learning Workshop Explores Tools For Teaching Online Courses

Distance Learning Workshop Explores Tools For Teaching Online Courses

April 15, 2015

According to Inside Higher Ed, one of the greatest challenges of distance learning is keeping students engaged. Distance learning, or online classes, allows students to complete coursework...

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TLU Student Sioned Kirkpatrick Named a 2015 Newman Civic Fellow

TLU Student Sioned Kirkpatrick Named a 2015 Newman Civic Fellow

April 10, 2015

Award spotlights individuals with strong commitment to community involvement

Texas Lutheran University junior Sioned Kirkpatrick was recently named a 2015 Newman Civic Fellow for her...

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Men’s Soccer embarks on Guatemala trip for spring break

Men’s Soccer embarks on Guatemala trip for spring break

March 12, 2015

Soccer is the world's game and the Texas Lutheran men's soccer program will get a taste of that world when it embarks on a week-long trip to Guatemala for spring break 2015.

The trip will...

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Bulldog Investment Places Second at Portfolio Symposium

Bulldog Investment Places Second at Portfolio Symposium

February 23, 2015

Baylor takes top place followed by TLU then Rice

The TLU Bulldog Investment team of senior business majors Arthur Munoz, Kelli Gohmert and Ernest Stephenson was one of five finalist teams at...

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TLU Student Receives International Education Award

TLU Student Receives International Education Award

February 16, 2015

Junior sociology major Alexandria Pruden was awarded the Michael Owens’ NAFSA Award for Young Professionals after studying abroad and serving as a student ambassador for international education.

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David Baer on religious freedom in Hungary

David Baer on religious freedom in Hungary

February 03, 2015

Professor H. David Baer belongs to a unique group. He is among a handful of American scholars with expertise on Hungary. His criticisms of the current government, and its laws on religion in...

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Coding: Inclusion and Breaking Stereotypes

Coding: Inclusion and Breaking Stereotypes

December 17, 2014

By 2018, the information technology industry will only be able to fill half of its available jobs. According to estimates by the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) and...

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Honors students delve into books, discuss with author

Honors students delve into books, discuss with author

October 23, 2014

Even though Sophomore Kennedy Dankert isn’t getting her degree in history, it is still a subject of interest for her. As part of the Honors 331 directed reading course, Dankert, a double...

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