More than one-fourth of Lynchburg Business Magazine’s first “20 Under 40” list have ties to Lynchburg College. They include alumni and two current graduate students.
“Rasslin’ with Religion and the Rebel Flag: Christian Professional Wrestling after Charleston” is the topic of the 2015 Zaidee Creel Williams Memorial Lecture at Lynchburg College. Dr. Daniel B. Mathewson, a scholar of Religious Studies who teaches at Wofford College, will present the talk at 7:30 p.m. Monday, October 26, in Sydnor Performance Hall. The […]
As the storms finally abated, Dr. Tom Shahady spent some time at a nearby reservoir to examine the impact that the rain had on water quality and then explained his findings to the media.
The Celebration of Centenarians will honor people 100 years and older on Saturday, October 24, at 10 a.m. at Heritage Baptist Church in Lynchburg.
A Lynchburg College professor and student recently completed a study of tax return data that reveals the impact of federal tax policies on the Lynchburg area.
Dr. Garren will receive the Charles W.L. Foreman Award in May 2016, recognizing his service to the CIC and the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges.
WSET, the Lynchburg affiliate of ABC, recently asked Dr. Joseph Turek to explain recent research about discrepancies in the wages earned by women and men. Read more about the interview at http://www.wset.com/story/30136772/report-women-earn-10k-less-than-men-per-year
Ryan Connors ’16 began his senior year with one important item checked off on his to-do list: Find a job. Ryan recently completed a summer internship with BlackRock, a well-known financial management firm. A few days later, the company offered him a job on its financial analyst team. He knew that BlackRock likes to hire […]
Alyson Black ’16 lives to learn. She reads constantly. She asks questions and seeks out the answers. Lately, she has spent a lot of time in a chemistry lab exploring the way some molecules in the human immune system respond to E. coli. Grades are a nice result of all this work, but they are […]
Where would you get a candy dish shaped like a human cranium? When the Lynchburg College theatre department needed one for the production of “You Can’t Take it With You,” the solution was simple: print it. The department recently purchased a 3D printer to use in preparing props and costume pieces. Using a digital file […]