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Conservatory Alum Wins Violin Chair

The Amernet String Quartet, Ensemble-in-Residence at Florida International University, is delighted to announce the appointment of Franz Felkl as Interim 2nd Violinist for the 2016-2017 season.  >> Read more

2016 George Mason University Summer Clarinet Academy

From July 25th-29th, 2016, fifteen talented young clarinetists attended the first George Mason University Summer Clarinet Academy in Fairfax, Virginia, directed by Catina Franklin Sweedy with Buffet Artist and George Mason University clarinet professor Kathleen Mulcahy and teaching assistant Nick Thompson.  >> Read more

Pianist Calderon Wins MTNA-Florida Competition

Conservatory pianist Matthew Calderon (BM, sophomore) won the MTNA-Florida Senior Piano Competition on Oct. 25, held in Fort Meyers. >> Read more

Snyder Sanctuary cemented on the Lynn University campus

This month saw improved progress on the Snyder Sanctuary, most notably with the addition of cement. The multi-faith facility, which celebrated its ground-breaking in March, is anticipated to open in the fall. Read more.

Construction continues on International Business Center

Construction continues at a steady pace on the International Business Center (IBC). The building, which will be three stories when finished, is expected to be completed by the fall. Right now construction crews are fitting the glass panels surrounding the building. Read more.

Lynn University's performing arts center is touted as one of the "25 Most Amazing University Performing Arts Centers"

Lynn University’s Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center, the site of the 2012 final presidential debate, is being recognized as an “amazing” center. Best Value Schools, an online publication, ranked the school as one of the “25 Most Amazing University Performing Arts Centers.” Read more.

Lynn University breaks ground on the Snyder Sanctuary

Lynn University has broken ground on its multi-faith facility, the Snyder Sanctuary, on March 28. Read more

Lynn University dedicates on-campus Central Energy Plant

With the new addition of an on-campus Central Energy Plant, Lynn University will now be able to reduce its energy consumption by 612,000 kilowatts a year, which is the equivalent of taking 90 cars off the road for a year. Read more

Lynn breaks ground on International Business Center

Lynn University officially broke ground on the International Business Center at its future site on campus, just south of the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center, on March 22. Read more


Lynn University breaks ground on the Bobby Campbell Stadium

Lynn University officially broke ground on the Bobby Campbell Stadium today (Feb. 13) on the site of the future structure adjacent to the existing intramural field on campus. Read more



Lynn University’s championship soccer teams and new lacrosse program to get new home

Lynn University will officially break ground on the Bobby Campbell Stadium, which will be home to its national championship soccer teams and a new lacrosse program, at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 13. >>Full story

Lynn University receives $6 million gift to construct new business school building

Lynn University will receive a $6 million initial gift this fall toward the construction of the new home for Lynn’s College of Business and Management... Read more

Gift helps build Bobby Campbell Stadium

Robert (“Bobby”) Campbell of Boca Raton, Fla., has provided the university with a gift of $1.2 million for the construction of a much-needed soccer stadium on campus. Read more

Lynn University receives $500,000 gift in honor of upcoming 50th anniversary

At a recent board of trustees meeting, President Kevin M. Ross announced that Chairwoman Christine E. Lynn, has made a gift of $500,000 to the university. This is the first gift in honor of the celebration of Lynn University’s upcoming 50th anniversary, 2012-2103.  Read more

Sheetz gives front entrance a new look

Bob Sheetz of Boca Raton, Fla., pledged $1 million to fund the renovation and upgrade of the university’s main entrance on Military Trail. Read more


Olewine funds new back entrance, nature preserve

Longtime friend of Lynn University, Benjamin Olewine III of Harrisburg, Pa., and Boca Raton, Fla., has pledged $1 million to create a new entrance to the university on Potomac Road and a back perimeter road that will include the relocation of the existing nature preserve to the western edge of campus. Read more

Goldsteins champion Lynn’s arts programs

Sanford and Marion Goldstein of Delray Beach, Fla., are enthusiastic supporters of the performing arts at Lynn University. Read more


Endowed professorship makes Lynn history

Ralph Norcio, associate dean and professor of finance and accounting in Lynn’s College of Business and Management, was awarded the university’s first-ever endowed professorship thanks to a generous $1.5 million gift from the Homer and Martha Gudelsky Family Foundaton.  Read more

Rockwell estate gift provides for endowed scholarship

Holli Rockwell of Boca Raton, Fla., established a planned gift of $3 million to create The Herbert and Holli Rockwell Endowed Scholarship.  Read more


$1.5 million Gudelsky gift establishes Endowed Professorship in Business

One step in keeping with Lynn’s strategic plan to become one of America’s most noted small universities is to strengthen the faculty.  Read More


New scholarship brings Energy to Lynn

The newly-established Martha Gudelsky Endowed Scholarship provides funds to students in need who demonstrate exemplary talent and leadership potential. Energy Maburutse of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, is the first recipient of this scholarship.  Read More

Endowed Scholarship for Hospitality Students

The Aldo and Sandra Papone Endowed Scholarship for Hospitality Students was established through a generous gift from the Sandra and Aldo Papone Foundation.  Read More


400 year old Breeches Bible donated

Lynn University is grateful to Tina Zegas, mother of Leah Zegas '12, for her donation of a Breeches Bible. This 400-year-old Bible, printed in 1603, is now permanently housed in the E.M. Lynn Library and makes a welcomed addition to the university’s core curriculum, Dialogues of Learning.   Read More

Shirley Feinstein Leads by Sharing

“Don’t give me diamonds. Give me art,” says Shirley Hodes Feinstein form her Boca Raton home, where she surrounds herself with original works by artists she represented in her Connecticut gallery years ago.
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