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    Lynn’s first-ever, full-scale musical production Is There Life After High School? finished its run in the Wold Performing Arts Center.

Produced by the Lynn College of International Communication in collaboration with the...

Lynn’s online degree programs achieved recognition from U.S. News and World Report for being some of the best in the country. Lynn’s online bachelor degree program was ranked 82 of 214, and its graduate business programs achieved 135...
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Mike Petroski, director of faculty development and academic assessment, presented on Lynn’s iPad initiative and did faculty training at Hokkaido Information University in Hokkaido, Japan, over spring break. A translator was provided ...
Chance Israel, pianist in the Conservatory of Music, won first prize in the South Florida Young Artist Solo Competition on March 21 at Nova Southeastern University. He performed music of Bartok, Scriabin and Liszt. He is a member of the studio of ...
Sindee Kerker, associate professor of criminal justice in the College of Arts and Sciences, presented her paper, "Teaching The Nuremberg Trials With An Innovative Pedagogical Approach: Developing A Story Expression Workshop," at the 2015 Academy o...
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It's here! Get your passport out and travel the world in your own backyard during this week's international experience that showcases Lynn’s diverse community, promotes cultural awareness and celebrates diversity through lectures, workshops, demonstrations and entertainment, culminating with Celebration of Nations Day (formerly known as Multicultural Day). Find out more

Students from the Global Crises: Individual Response and Responsibility Dialogues course learned firsthand about food insecurity while serving at Boca Helping Hands and Feeding South Florida on Feb. 24 and 26. In just one morning, they packaged ...
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