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  • In Case You Missed It In 2015
    Published: December 26, 2015.
    The 2015 calendar year was filled with lots of interest in Lewis University achievements. Here are the Top 10 most clicked on news stories in 2015. ‘The YouTube Heresies’ Discussed by Father Robert Barron St. Charles Borromeo Center Dedication [MORE

  • Upcoming Lectures Spotlight the Science of Light
    Published: October 9, 2015.
    Light will be the focus of two lectures at Lewis University by Dr. Luis Orozco, a part of the American Physical Society Division of Laser Science Distinguished Lecturer Program and University of Maryland Physics professor. The lectures are free and open [MORE

  • NSF Gives Lewis University STEM Teacher Preparation Program $1.4 million
    Published: October 8, 2015.
    Lewis University received a $1.4 million National Science Foundation grant to support a project in “Using Reality-Based Learning Practicum and Mentoring Structures to Enhance STEM Teacher Preparation for High Needs Schools.” Lewis University will [MORE

  • Dr. Jason Keleher is Honored as a Distinguished Lasallian Educator
    Published: August 17, 2015.
    Dr. Jason Keleher, Associate Professor and Chair of Chemistry , was awarded the Distinguished Lasallian Educator Award by Lewis University. He was recognized for being an outstanding and creative teacher who encourages and nurtures his students. “Lewis [MORE

  • Lewis University Students Present Research at Sixth Annual SURE Program Symposium
    Published: August 13, 2015.
    Research on protection against laser attacks, improved wound healing methods, success measurement for mathematics majors, analysis of mutating proteins in cancer, more efficient data handling cyber security operations, proton pulses, new antibiotics, [MORE