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27
Mar

Erasmus+ Connections and Future Possibilities

Jurgita Babarskienė, LCC professor in the Department of Social Sciences, recently visited the Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) as a part of the Erasmus+ program. The participation in Erasmus+ exchange programs is always a great opportunity for LCC and its faculty to enhance their networking circ...

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22
Mar

Mental Health Awareness and Wellbeing Week

This week, March 18-23, the LCC community had a chance to participate in an annual campaign that aims to raise awareness of mental health and promote holistic wellbeing. The event was organized by Student Life at LCC and was open to faculty and students. Margarita Pavlovič, Vice President for the S...

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07
Mar

Michael Finch: LCC Communication Department Chair and the president of the CAER

In fall of 2018 Dr. Michael Finch joined the faculty of LCC International University as the new Communication Department Chair. He brings with him a broad network of academic connections in Eastern Europe and Eurasia, including his new appointment as the president of the Communication Association of...

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28
Feb

Connecting to the European Christian Political Youth

Eduard Andreev, a sophomore at LCC International University, had doubts before taking on another responsibility in his already busy schedule. Being involved with the Spiritual Life team, Bible studies on Friday evenings, and a lot more, Eduard has also taken up the responsibilities of a member of th...

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15
Feb

Public Media and Censorship in Lithuania

Martynas Vainorius is a journalist and an editor of Atvira Klaipeda, the only online news portal in Klaipeda....

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15
Feb

LCC International Week

This week, February 11-15, the Center for International Education (CIE) hosted LCC International Week for university partners and guests. Representatives from 14 countries gathered at LCC to learn more about liberal arts education, our facilities, and opportunities for students. LCC International We...

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07
Feb

C.S. Lewis’s ‘Socratic Myth’ of the Fall in its Cultural Context

Oxford University teacher and noted author C. S. Lewis (1898-1963) had a sharp eye for mistaken ideas about science and Christianity , which can go viral. This lecture describes his unique approach to dealing with one thorny problem between Christian theology and evolutionary theory.About the pres...

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06
Feb

Tricia Van Dyk: Living in a Perfect Place

When studying physics in the U.S., Tricia Van Dyk went to China for a year to teach English to Chinese students. During her visit to China she realized that teaching was her calling. Sharing knowledge with students and helping them feel comfortable with what they learn led Tricia to do her Ph.D. in ...

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31
Jan

Scott Neumann: Experiencing Diversity First-hand

The first time Scott Neumann came to Lithuania was in 2007 as a part of his missionary work. However, the love for teaching brought Scott back to Lithuania in 2015. Despite facing cultural challenges at times, Scott admires the diversity of students at LCC and Lithuanian culture. Could you please...

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29
Jan

100 Days to Graduation

Last Thursday, January 24, our senior students celebrated 100 Days to Graduation, LCC’s annual event that starts the countdown until fourth year students defend their theses and receive diplomas. Its our way to show gratitude to our students, honouring their hard work and pre-welcoming them to soo...