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14
Nov

CFHF | A Place for Robust Faith Dialogue

Could you please introduce yourself? Most folks call me Benj. My wife Corrie and I have two children, Daniel and Elizabeth. We hail from the Northeastern USA, Pennsylvania/New Jersey area. My training is in Biblical Studies; I received my PhD in Old Testament from the University of Stellenbosch in ...

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14
Nov

MES Program | An Opportunity to Take an Action

Aistė Motekaitienė, LCC Marketing Director. How did the Middle East Scholars program start? From its inception LCC’s institutional vision has been to develop a generation of leaders for the countries of the former Soviet Union. We have been very successful in expanding our student recruitmen...

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09
Nov

Panel Discussion “Peer to Peer: Challenging Extremism”

Yesterday LCC students in the International Relations and Development program’s Research Methods class signaled their participation in the “Story in My Eyes” campaign by hosting their first panel discussion as part of the international competition "Peer to Peer: Challenging Extremism". The ...

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20
Oct

Fall Spiritual Life Retreat

Earlier this month, 70 LCC students participated in the Fall Spiritual Life Retreat, an overnight retreat coordinated and planned by the spiritual life student leaders and staff. This was the largest Spiritual Life retreat to date. The retreat’s theme, “A Light on My Path,” focused on the m...

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19
Oct

Launching of the Center for Faith and Human Flourishing

LCC International University formally launched its Center for Faith and Human Flourishing on Tuesday, October 17, with an open lecture by a guest speaker Dr. Jonathan Warner.   “The Center is a unique opportunity for LCC to express its distinct research identity,” said Dr. J.D. Mininger, Ac...

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19
Oct

Opening CMAP Event

Last night LCC invited local high-school students to the Community Multicultural Awareness Program (CMAP).  CMAP first started eleven years ago in attempt to bridge the gap between predominately mono-cultural Lithuania and multicultural Europe. Through interactive activities, presentations and smal...

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17
Oct

A Video Interview with LCC Alumni Liudmila von Gegerfelt

Once a month during the academic year, the LCC Alumni Office invites an LCC graduate to return to his/her alma mater. This time we invited Liudmila von Gegerfelt. She is LCC alumna and 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient. This fall Liudmila came back to LCC and shared her work and life exp...

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16
Oct

LCC Alumni Return as Staff Members

LCC alumni continue to return to their alma mater as the first stepping stone on the path of their professional career. Gintare and Marija are recent LCC graduates who decided to come back and join the LCC Marketing department. We interviewed them to find out what motivated them to join the universi...

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13
Oct

LCC Students visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

On Thursday, October 12, LCC students from Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan visited the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. They met with L. Linkevicius, the minister of Foreign Affairs, and shared their experiences of leaving their conflict-affected countries and pursuing their new life here in L...

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13
Oct

Academic Excellence and Active Student Life

At the beginning of every academic year many students promise themselves they will strike a healthy balance between studies and social life. However, it is easier said than done when all of the extra-curricular activities add to the pile of ever increasing homework and approaching deadlines. David W...