, CMRC is a collaborative research environment on the LMU campus amid the unique ecology of Southern Appalachia
In meeting its goal to serve the Appalachian region and beyond, LMU-DCOM’s Class of 2022 includes 113 students from the immediate tri-state region of Tennessee, Kentucky and Virginia.
During their visit to LMU, ARC Federal Co-Chair Tim Thomas and ARC Executive Director Scott Hamilton had the chance to see the life-sized simulated farm animals used to help train veterinarian students.
Commencement Ceremony set for Saturday, August 4, at 10 a.m.
Mariya Brock is pursuing her Associate of Science in Nursing at Lincoln Memorial University-Caylor School of Nursing.
Goad, who graduated from LMU in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education is the physical education teacher at Powell Valley Elementary and Middle Schools for grades K-8.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $10 for students
A new study on the tanning habits among gym tanners and other tanners published in JAMA Dermatology today explores that connection and provides evidence that gym tanners are at risk for tanning dependence.
Appalachian Book of the Year Awards Presented