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USDA and National Institute of Food and Agriculture Award TLU $275,000 Grant

USDA and National Institute of Food and Agriculture Award TLU $275,000 Grant

October 22, 2015

Funding supports hands-on research experiences in agricultural science

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David Baer Continues Advocacy For Religious Freedom in Hungary

David Baer Continues Advocacy For Religious Freedom in Hungary

October 22, 2015

As a philosophy and theology professor with a personal connection to Hungary, David Baer has become one of the leading experts on the country. Specifically examining religious freedom and a...

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Mariachi Band a First for TLU Students

Mariachi Band a First for TLU Students

October 13, 2015

It’s common for college students to bond with their peers over similar interests. When Mayra Peña and Selena Cervantes met during freshman orientation in 2012, they discovered a shared...

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Learn Boldly: Kim DeLeon ’16

Learn Boldly: Kim DeLeon ’16

October 9, 2015

If there’s one thing Kim DeLeon has learned at Texas Lutheran University, it’s that anything is possible. As a freshman back in the fall of 2012, DeLeon attended the Study Abroad Fair on...

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TLU Band Earns Six Spots in the 2015 National Intercollegiate Band, Wins F. Lee Bowling Award

TLU Band Earns Six Spots in the 2015 National Intercollegiate Band, Wins F. Lee Bowling Award

August 6, 2015

Texas Lutheran University Band made its mark on the Kappa Kappa Psi/Tau Beta Sigma National Intercollegiate Band (NIB) this year by earning the F. Lee Bowling Award, given to the college or...

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Arthur Munoz ’15 Accepted to Harvard Law School

Arthur Munoz ’15 Accepted to Harvard Law School

May 4, 2015

When Arthur Munoz took an LSAT prep course, he never really considered applying for Ivy League law programs. However, after receiving his placement exam scores, Munoz’s instructor told him to...

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Faculty-Led Research Looks to Narrow the Exam Gap

Faculty-Led Research Looks to Narrow the Exam Gap

April 28, 2015

Texas Undergraduate Research Day at the State Capitol is an opportunity to display the experiences of undergraduate students engaged in research for Texas legislators and the public. The 2015...

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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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