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    Lander University hate crime statistics
    (2012-06-28) Lander University
    These statistics from 2009-2011 show the number and kinds of crimes occuring on campus.
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    Our strategic plan for Lander University
    (2006-10-02) Lander University
    The Strategic Plan reflects the collective work of the Lander community, including its students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, community leaders and many other constituents. The Strategic Plan is built around five areas, identified by Five Goals, as follows: learning, enrollment, linkages, environment and accountability.
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    The President's report
    (2008-12-15) Lander University
    In this report, you will read about students and alumni who have benefited from Lander’s support of hands-on learning. This report, with its focus on “Knowledge Through Hands-on Learning,” will introduce you to our EYE Program, Experience Your Education, which builds on our current clinical, internship and cooperative education initiatives. You will read about our people who have, indeed, experienced their education and have elevated themselves because of it.
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    Landereview : a journal of art & literature
    (2009-03-31) Lander University
    Landereview is the Lander University’s annual journal of art & literature. The art students represented in this publication are future graphic designers, art teachers, photographers, graduate students and studio artists. The poetry and short stories exhibit the written creative talent of students not just from the english and journalism programs but from other majors as well.
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    Lander University 2021 drug free schools annual notification
    (2021-09-02) Lander University
    The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act requires that, as a condition of receiving funds or any other form of financial assistance under any federal program, an institution of higher education, state educational agency, or local educational agency must certify that it has adopted and implemented a program to prevent the possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees. Lander University is required to provide an annual distribution, in writing, to each employee and student.