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LMU-DCOM will offer two CPR, automated external defibrillator (AED) training courses on August 27 at LMU-Knoxville located at 9737 Cogdill Lane in room 243A.
With reusable skeletal models and clay, LMU-CVM students constructed the canine musculoskeletal system from the inside out.
The J. Frank White Academy (JFWA), located on the campus of Lincoln Memorial University (LMU), welcomed the inaugural classes of kindergarten through third graders to the newly renovated JFWA Lower School, located in Kresge Hall.
LMU senior English and psychology double major Alisha Helton, of Harlan, Kentucky, traveled to Louisiana to learn more about the mythology of werewolves in Cajun/Acadian art, literature and even childrearing.
Tickets are available now for the Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) Women of Service (WOS) Fashion Show scheduled for Thursday, August 22, at Tex Turner Arena on the LMU main campus in Harrogate, Tennessee. Tickets include refreshments, vendor booths...
LMU senior conservation biology student Hana Hess conducted slime mold research in the lush tropical forests of Costa Rica this summer. Her goal was to increase scientists’ understanding of microbial ecology in tropical ecosystems.
LMU-DCOM will host Disability Day on Wednesday, August 7 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Hamilton Math and Science Building on the LMU main campus.
LMU-DCOM welcomed eight students from the Sudden Cardiac-Death Awareness and Research Foundation (SCARF) to participate in Anatomy Bootcamp.
Twelve graduate education students and two faculty members from the Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) Carter and Moyers School of Education have embarked for a summer study abroad excursion in Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia.
Andrew Villaseñor, a fourth-year osteopathic medical student at LMU-DCOM has been awarded a 2019 Sherry R. Arnstein Minority Scholarship in the amount of $5,000.