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​Dash For Disabled Vets Unites Students With Veterans and Their Families

​Dash For Disabled Vets Unites Students With Veterans and Their Families

November 10, 2016

As a Yellow Ribbon school, TLU’s commitment to veterans shapes how students serve those who’ve served our nation. For the past four years, students in the Honors FREX course have coordinated a Dash For Disabled Vets—a 5K fundraiser benefitting the Disabled American Veterans, Doug Herrle Chapter 61 in Seguin.

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STEM Student Wins at Regional Research Symposium

STEM Student Wins at Regional Research Symposium

November 7, 2016

Senior chemistry and physics double major Vanessa Espinoza won Outstanding Presentation in Spectroscopy at the 2016 Gulf Coast Undergraduate Research Symposium at Rice University in Houston....

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Student Honored by Galveston Historical Foundation

Student Honored by Galveston Historical Foundation

October 11, 2016

Business Administration major Tori Crooks '17 has received the Sally B. Wallace Award for Historic Preservation from the Galveston Historical Foundation. The award recognizes outstanding projects...

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Professor Toni Sauncy to Speak at 2016 American Physical Society Conference

Professor Toni Sauncy to Speak at 2016 American Physical Society Conference

October 3, 2016

​Physics Department Chair Dr. Toni Sauncy is a featured speaker at the 2016 American Physical Society National Mentoring Community Conference.

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​TLU Receives Nearly $300,000 Grant From National Science Foundation

​TLU Receives Nearly $300,000 Grant From National Science Foundation

September 19, 2016

​Imagine taking a course where lecture is minimized and class time is spent working on problems, group projects, and being actively engaged in the course material. As part of a grant awarded from the National Science Foundation, Texas Lutheran University will receive $291,828 to determine the optimum impact inverted and “flipped classrooms” should have to maximize student success in STEM courses.

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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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Self-Defense Courses Empower Students

Self-Defense Courses Empower Students

February 16, 2016

In her Basic Women’s Self-Defense co-curricular class, dramatic media major Sarah Flores is learning how to assess potential threats and be more observant of her surroundings. Taught by Texas Lutheran University police officer Jeremy Stevens and his wife Janae, the class focuses on prevention and awareness.

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