Keep in Touch with What is Going on at Graceland University

There is always something great going on at Graceland's main campus in Lamoni, Iowa (founded in 1895) and our Independence, Missouri campus (1999). From academic and performing arts events to athletic competition and social gatherings, Graceland students and faculty are on the go, on our campuses and around the world.

You will find a collection of stories at this site that speak to the ongoing vitality of our students and their accomplishments. You will read stories about our rich history and tradition, about our alumni and friends and about our innovative programs and initiatives. It is all part of the dynamic mix at Graceland - the best in academic offerings, a warm community atmosphere and a one-on-one student/faculty experience. The Graceland story never ends as our confident, prepared graduates go out each year to change the world.

Visit some of our web pages for a good look at Graceland. And, keep in touch with news and happenings at this site. If you have questions, comments or ideas for Jeanne Davis, Director of University Relations, email jemdavis@graceland.edu, or call 641-784-5213.


Graceland University Wins Robotic Competition with Two Hole-In-Ones

The Graceland University Robotics team of Oscar Chang and Aquila Galusha finished first at the Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium (MICS) April 21 and 22 at the University of Northern Iowa. MICS is an annual conference on computing, attended by schools of all sizes, that includes presentations of topics and papers in addition to the robotics and programming contests.

 

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Graceland University Attends The Principal Voice of the Young Consumer Business Challenge

Experiential learning is an important part of student success, and the Principal Voice of the Young Consumer (VOYC) Business Challenge provides Graceland social media marketing students with just that. Each spring for the past four years, students in the Social Media Marketing class at Graceland have had the opportunity to develop a real marketing plan for a Fortune 500 company.

Graceland University Wins Robotic Competition with Two Hole-In-Ones

The Graceland University Robotics team of Oscar Chang and Aquila Galusha finished first at the Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium (MICS) April 21 and 22 at the University of Northern Iowa. MICS is an annual conference on computing, attended by schools of all sizes, that includes presentations of topics and papers in addition to the robotics and programming contests.

Roger D. Launius Gives Keynote for Graceland University's Scholars' Showcase

Graceland University held its annual Scholars’ Showcase Wednesday, April 16, with Graceland alumnus Roger D. Launius as the keynote speaker. Launius is senior curator in the Division of Space History at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., where he was division chair from 2003-07. Between 1990 and 2002, he served as chief historian of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Juried Student Art Exhibition Winners Announced

The Graceland juried exhibition consists of artwork submitted by students in designated categories. It is judged by an individual or panel, according to certain measures. Graceland students entered nearly 150 works in one of three categories: two dimensional art, sculpture and graphic design.