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Turner, Glen David (Dayton)

Dr. Glen David Turner, 90, of Dayton, passed away on Friday morning, February 2, 2018, at Laurelbrook. … Dr. Turner taught at Bryan College from 1973-1974. He and his wife were missionaries in Ecuador and he was a Wycliff missionary before and after teaching at Bryan. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Westmont College and his Ph.D. at University of Indiana in Bloomington, In. more

Six Lee Faculty Promoted To Professor

Six faculty members were awarded promotion in rank to professor from associate professor by the Lee University Board of Directors and include Drs. Ron Brendel, Skip Jenkins, Patricia McClung, Megan Moe, Louis Morgan, and Jeffrey Sargent. … Dr. Moe (known to students as “Doc Moe”) joined the Lee faculty in January 2005 and is a professor of communication. She received her doctorate at the Pennsylvania State University, her master’s degree from the University of California, Davis, and her bachelor’s degree from Westmont College. more

Lady Flames Drop Second Straight Soccer Match

For the first time since 2002, coach Matt Yelton and his Lee women’s soccer team have dropped two straight matches. Westmont College jumped out to a 3-0 lead and then turned back a gritty second-half comeback by the Lady Flames to secure the 3-2 victory. more

Lee’s German Racks Up Post-Season Awards

Tugce Canitez of Westmont (Calif.) was selected as the NAIA National Player of the Year and Kirsten Moore of Westmont tabbed as the Phyllis Holmes NAIA National Coach of the Year. more

Lady Flames Fall To Westmont, 71-65, In National Title Game

The one-two combination of Westmont College’s Tugce Canitez and Kelsie Sampson was simply too much for the battling Lee basketball team in the championship final of the 2013 NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championship. Canitez was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player after collecting 25 points and pulling down 20 rebounds. more

Lee Women Upset Top Seeded Oklahoma City In NAIA National Tournament: Cumberland Awaits In All-Tennessee Semifinal Match-up

Freed-Hardeman, the third Tennessee school in the semifinals, will play Westmont out of California in the other contest. None of the four have ever won the NAIA women’s championship. more

Early Registration Deadline Approaching For Bryan’s Critical Thought And Practice Symposium

Speakers include Dr. Diane Langberg, a faculty member at Westminster Theological Seminary and director of Langberg and Associates, a group practice in suburban Philadelphia; Dr. Mark R. McMinn, professor of psychology at George Fox University; Dr. Gary W. Moon, executive director of the Martin Institute for Christianity and Culture and the Dallas Willard Center for Christian Spiritual Formation at Westmont College; more

Austin to Speak At Lee’s July Commencement

He earned his PhD in Higher Education Administration from the University of Mississippi, Master of Arts in Education from California State University in Los Angeles, and a bachelor’s degree from Westmont College. more