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Faculty/Staff, News, Student Affairs, Students

Student Affairs Reorganization

The Division of Student Affairs is constantly striving to develop students to lead, learn, innovate, problem solve and contribute to the betterment of the world. As the University has been unfolding the reorganization of many areas across campus, it became necessary to review the current…

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Quarterly Faculty Textbook Adoption Portal Is Now Active

Life University’s bookstore is only available online at http://LIFE.Textbookx.com. This platform is our official source for classroom textbooks and course materials. The portal provides a better experience for students (including multiple book options and savings) and makes faculty quarterly book adoptions more effective and efficient by allowing…

Faculty/Staff, News

Meet the ODEI Director Candidates

The Life University campus community is invited to meet and listen to the top two candidates for the Director of the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI) next Monday, April 26 and Wednesday, April 28. Both candidates will present their thoughts on “The Top…

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LIFE Business Students Envision “A New Day”

Dr. Paula Billups is an Assistant Professor in the Life University Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program. Earlier this quarter, Dr. Billups developed a unique assignment for her Principles of Management class. Week 2 of Winter Quarter coincided with the U.S. presidential inauguration on…

Enrollment, Faculty/Staff, News

New Director of Enrollment Events & Tours

Diane Benson-Brown has been hired as the new Director of Enrollment Events & Tours in the Enrollment Management Department at Life University. She is in charge of all campus visits, tours, LIFE Leadership Weekends, Eagle Madness events and more. Benson-Brown started her new role at…

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RISE Scholarship Deadline: March 1, 2021

Student Research Opportunities RISE Scholarship Research, Innovation, Service and Education Scholarship RISE provides opportunities for students to compete for $2,250 per quarter in scholarship funding while working on research or other evidence-based education, service, entrepreneurial or creative project. The program is open to full-time students…

Faculty/Staff, News

CETL Funded Projects Program

  The CETL Funded Projects program is open to Life University faculty and staff and provides small-scale funding for research and other evidence-based scholarly and creative activities. Application Deadline: May 24, 2021 For questions, email the Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning at CETL@LIFE.edu.