Lynchburg College has received an $8,290 grant from the Virginia Department of Education to provide graduate level special education courses to special education teachers employed by public school divisions in VDOE Regions 5, 6, and 8, (the counties of Amherst, Bedford, Campbell, Charlotte, Franklin, Halifax, Henry, Nelson, Pittsylvania, and Rockbridge, and the cities of Danville, Lynchburg, and Martinsville.) The […]
Denise Scruggs, director of Lynchburg College’s Beard Center on Aging, will give a presentation Thursday at Memory Care Forum San Diego, a conference organized by by the Institute for the Advancement of Senior Care. The forum allows professionals to learn about the latest research and practices related to memory care for adults, including those with dementia. […]
The Daura Gallery is hosting “Mindful: Exploring Mental Health Through Art,” an exhibition by the Society for Contemporary Craft, until December 10. The exhibition features 30 works that depict the experience of mental illness.
Brooke Thompson ’17, a Westover Honors student majoring in biomedical science and psychology, was named the 2016-2017 Sommerville Scholar. “Brooke embodies the qualities that were so important to Professor Sommerville –academic achievement, broad intellectual curiously, and contributions to the Lynchburg College community,” said Dr. Sally Selden, vice president and dean for academic affairs.
Virginia Living Magazine named Lynchburg College among the top schools in the state for “Research & Mentorships” in its State of Education 2016. The education-themed supplement to Virginia Living’s October 2016 issue celebrates excellence and innovation in Virginia’s schools. It features more than 150 programs in public and private high schools and four- and two-year colleges leading the […]
In three recently released college rankings lists, Lynchburg College continues to be named among the best institutions for higher education in the nation. Today, U.S. News and World Report released its 2017 college rankings. U.S. News named LC 35 list for Best Regional Universities – South. It was among the top six institutions in Virginia that U.S. […]
Crews spent several hours installing Lynchburg College’s LOVEwork sculpture Wednesday afternoon. Many members of the campus community stopped by to watch the LOVE letters come together (and enjoy cold Coke provided by LC Dining Services). Just minutes after the sign was complete, members of the community were surrounding the sign for photos. The News & […]
Lynchburg College ranked in the top 100 schools in the Southest for overall quality and in the top 36 percent nationwide for “Best Colleges for the Money,” while multiple majors — including biomedical sciences and business administration — placed among the nation’s “Best Values” within their fields.
This week, Lynchburg College joins more than 50 other sites around Virginia boasting a LOVEwork sculpture. LC is the first college in Virginia to become home to one of the artistic signs spelling “LOVE” with large letters and earning it a place on the Virginia.org LOVEwork map. The sign blends the initials “LC” with the word […]
Sydney Green ’19, an athletic training major from Kenbridge, Virginia, and Nyomi Tarpley ’17, a psychology major from Martinsville, Virginia, have been selected for the Phillips University Legacy Foundation and Leadership Development Program, which provides scholarship support and leadership training for students who embody Christian values in their lives, service, and work.