Lander University has been providing educational and cultural opportunities since its founding in 1872 as Williamston Female College in Williamston, S.C. The college moved to Greenwood, S.C., in 1904 and was renamed Lander in honor of its founder, Samuel Lander. It became part of the state system of higher education in 1973.
Lander is now a coeducational, state-assisted, comprehensive, regional, four-year university with traditional liberal arts and science programs, and professional programs in business, education and nursing.
Lander is situated on a wooded site of approximately 123 acres. In addition to six major buildings erected since 1973, campus improvements have included extensive renovations to a number of older facilities, new housing complexes, athletics fields and parking lots. Lander looks to the future with a new 10-year Campus Master Plan, beginning in 2011.
The following is the list of scholars from Lander University who currently serve as editors for one or more SciTechnol journals.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Lander University that are published in SciTechnol journals.
Combination Training is more Effective than Singular Modalities in Enhancing Physical and Psychological Status in Male Soccer Players with Anterior Cruciate Ligament ReconstructionsResearch Article: J Athl Enhanc 2020, 9:7
Ounis OB, Hammami R, Moran J, Hammami A, Salah FZB, Sofien Kasmi S
Announcement of 7th International Conference and Expo on Novel Physiotherapies, Physical Therapy rehabilitation 2020 May 25-26, 2020, Barcelona, Spain2020 Conference Announcement: J Athl Enhanc 2020, 9:7
Dr. Md. Monoarul Haque
Effects of 10-Week Soccer-Specific Functional Training Program on Sports Performance Indices in Young Male PlayersResearch Article: J Athl Enhanc 2020, 9:7
Reza Siamaki, Nadjmeh Afhami and Hooman Minoonejad
Effects of Eagle Claw Kung Fu on Gross Motor Skills and Physical Fitness in Children with ADHD - A Preliminary StudyResearch Article: J Athl Enhanc 2020, 9:7
- Research Article: J Athl Enhanc 2020, 9:7
Kelton Mehls, Brandon Grubbs, Sandra Stevens, John Coons and Ying Jin