LC is hosting a series of events to benefit Uganda and Haiti March 28 - April 3. "Strategies for Life" gets its name from the phenomenal 14-year-old Ugandan chess champion that emerged from one of the country's worst slums after working with Sports Outreach, a Lynchburg-based organization dedicated to helping some of the most impoverished people in the world. Check out this video by Angela Massino '11.Read More
Dr. Jeanne Booth '76, '88 MEd, associate professor of counselor education, has been named Counselor Educator of the Year by the Virginia School Counselor Association.
The mission of the Virginia School Counselor Association is to promote excellence in the profession of school counseling and to provide member support through professional development, advocacy, leadership, accountability and collaboration.Read More
The Lynchburg College Choral Union and Concert Choir will present their spring concert on April 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Snidow Chapel. The concert is free and no tickets are required.
Dr. Jong Kim, professor of music and director of graduate studies in music, will conduct.Read More
Thanks to campus-wide retrofits completed as part of the College's commitment to reducing energy use, LC has saved 5 million gallons of water, 907,000 kilowatt hours, and nearly $155,000.
During the first six months of the 2010-11 year, the College saved 5 million gallons of water. "That's the equivalent of over 21,000 flushes per day based on the current flush rates for these new toilets," said Dave Fisher, director of LC's physical plant. "That's 3.9 million flushes total."Read More
Dr. D.L. Pete Warren, LC professor emeritus of counseling, will deliver the Jennie Cutler Shumate Lecture on Christian Ministry at 7:30 p.m. March 28 in Snidow Chapel.Read More
Two-part sessions on effective caregiving are being offered by LC's Beard Center on Aging at in collaboration with a number of area agencies.
The first session is March 19 and 26 and the second session is June 11 and 18. Both sessions start with an 8:30 a.m. check-in and end at noon at the Adult Care Center of Central Virginia at 621 Court St.Read More
Lynchburg College's Graduate Studies and Donovan Media Development Center have teamed up with Sweet Briar College for a collaborative grade school curriculum development project.
Sweet Briar received a Mathematics and Science Partnership Grant from the Virginia Department of Education for $199,502. Other partners in the project are public schools in Lynchburg and Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford and Campbell counties, and Holy Cross and James River Day private schools.Read More
|La Boca Love Song, 1988|
Jules Olitski: An Inside View, A Survey of Prints, 1954-2007 is at the Daura Gallery through April 15.
In 1969, Olitski was the first living American artist to be given a solo exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Read More
"Understanding Poverty: Its Impact on Children and Schooling" is the subject of the 2011 Rosel Schewel Lecture in Education and Human Diversity at 7:30 p.m. March 17 in Memorial Ballroom, Hall Campus Center.Read More
Twelve students will travel to London March 5 - 15 during spring break to study Winston Churchill as part of a Westover Honors Seminar.
Students will visit Blenheim Palace, where Churchill was born, as well as the Churchill and Imperial War museums. They will also visit British Parliament, the Tower of London, and take an excursion to Windsor Castle.Read More
The fourth annual Gifts for Gulu "Strategies for Life" 5K race and Kids' Fun Runs will be Saturday, March 12 at Lynchburg College's Shellenberger Field.
The race will benefit the "Gifts for Gulu" program whose purpose is to help raise awareness about genocide and collect new/used athletic equipment for the people of Gulu, Uganda. Runners are encouraged to bring new/used athletic shoes and athletic equipment which will be sent to the people of Gulu.Read More