Download the Leadership Institute for Faith-Based Community Engagement registration form. Lynchburg College and a group of local ministers and activists are organizing a leadership institute to help leaders of local congregations strengthen communities and work together on problems of poverty and violence. The Leadership Institute for Faith-Based Community Engagement will meet monthly beginning September 10. […]
Check-In, Schewel Hall Pre-approved early arrival students* and graduate students Wednesday, Aug. 17 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. First-year students attending August SOAR and graduate students Saturday, Aug. 20 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. First-year students who have attended June SOAR, transfer students, and graduate students Sunday, Aug. 21 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. All […]
An orphanage in western Africa has received nearly 900 books collected by members of the Lynchburg College community. Chris Decarmen ’16, who organized a book drive for the orphanage during his senior year, recently received photos and videos of children smiling as they unpacked boxes of books and turned the pages. He shared them with […]
Dr. Barbara Rothermel, director of the Daura Gallery and associate professor of Museum Studies, has been elected vice chair of University Museums and Collections, one of 30 committees of the International Council of Museums. The election took place at the ICOM Triennial Conference in Milan in July, which was attended by more than 3,000 museum […]
Lynchburg College will welcome high school students and their families from around the Commonwealth for tours and information sessions during Virginia Private College Week from July 25-30. Each year, Virginia Private College Week invites prospective students to learn about private colleges in Virginia. Students who visit at least three institutions during the week will receive three […]
By purchasing electricity produced with landfill gas for the past two years, Lynchburg College earned renewable energy credits that were sold last week for nearly $340,000. The College will invest that money in future sustainability projects.
Dr. John Eric Goff and Chad Hobson ’17 are continuing their annual tradition of using physics to make predictions about the Tour de France. This week, they are presenting their research on the topic at an international sports physics conference in the Netherlands. The Engineering of Sport, the annual conference of the International Sports Engineering Association, started […]
Ancito Etienne ’17 is spending the summer gathering data, crunching numbers, and making the case for public investment in hunger relief and conflict resolution around the world. He said his internship for Mercy Corps is preparing him to advocate for policies that will ease the suffering of the poor in his native Haiti.
As a senior in high school, Natalie Ledonne ’18 got her first real camera to document a family trip to the North Carolina Zoo. After two years of sharpening her photography skills at Lynchburg College, she has returned to her roots of zoo photography. This summer, she is a photography intern at the Minnesota Zoo. […]
Dr. Tom Bowman hopes his latest research will help athletic trainers know the best techniques for CPR on the lacrosse field. While it is not an everyday occurrence, when an athlete does experience cardiac arrest on the field, it is crucial for athletic trainers to know the best way to perform CPR. “It is fairly […]