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Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Black & Gold President’s Council

Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Black & Gold President’s Council

March 30, 2017

Established in 2012 by TLU First Lady Michelle Dorsey, the Black & Gold President’s Council (BGPC) is a prestigious honor for outstanding students that offers a social education as well as an...

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Physics Major Receives Rossing Award

Physics Major Receives Rossing Award

March 29, 2017

​Physics major Emily Churchman is the 2017-2018 recipient of a prestigious Rossing Scholarship.

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Chemistry Project Showcased at Undergraduate Research Day

Chemistry Project Showcased at Undergraduate Research Day

March 29, 2017

Students represented TLU during the 2017 Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol in Austin.

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Students Participate at TEG Day 2017

Students Participate at TEG Day 2017

March 28, 2017

Six TLU students participated in the TEG Advocacy Day at the State Capitol on March 28 to thank legislators for the Tuition Equalization Grant that provides financial assistance to Texas students attending Texas independent institutions of higher education and to encourage them to maintain this funding in future state budgets.

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Texas Society of CPAs Award Student Scholarships

Texas Society of CPAs Award Student Scholarships

February 3, 2017

The Texas Society of CPAs recently announced the recipients of their 2016-2017 academic scholarships. Students Tasha Phillips and Stephanie Thompson received the Accounting Education Foundation...

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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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