An upcoming workshop will support Lynchburg organizations in helping families build stronger relationships, with the long-term goal of reducing poverty.
Lecture will connect King’s ‘Beloved Community’ to the classroom
Dr. Owen Cardwell will open the Spring 2020 University Lecture Series with a discussion of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Beloved Community.”
From a bloody martyr to commercial Cupids, a history of Valentine’s Day and how to make it better
Valentine’s Day was started to honor a slain saint, but also to replace a pagan tradition celebrating the coming spring. In this episode of A Smarter U, host Hannah Belayachi talks with professors Stephen Dawson (religious studies) and Virginia Cylke (psychology) to delve into the history.
Lynchburg DMSc graduates featured in Emmy-winning film for their work in LA County Jail
Brian Ko ’19 DMSc couldn’t believe he was getting an Emmy. “I thought it was a joke, all the way up until we walked the red carpet,” he said. Ko […]
Senior Symposium lectures explore ‘Clarity of Hindsight’ with the help of Frankenstein
Frankenstien, zombies, hover cars, leadership, and College Lake. These are just some of the subjects that speakers will talk about in the University of Lynchburg Senior Symposium Lecture Series this […]
New exhibition highlights geometry and Islamic art
The newest exhibition at the Daura Gallery highlights geometry in art and emphasizes the ongoing influence of Islamic art, science, and philosophy. “Geometric Aljamía: a Cultural Transliteration” will open with […]
Lynchburg to host Ethics Bowl honoring Garren
The Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges will honor University of Lynchburg President Dr. Kenneth R. Garren, a longtime co-chair of the VFIC’s Ethics Bowl Committee, in the 2020 Wells Fargo […]
University to honor Martin Luther King Jr. with dramatic performance and call to action
The University of Lynchburg will celebrate the life and leadership of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at 6 p.m. Monday, January 20, in Snidow Chapel, with a dramatic performance and […]
Professor lends weather science expertise at Wintergreen
Red skies at night mean sailor’s delight — or do they? A University of Lynchburg environmental science professor will reveal what science says about weather folklore in a talk later […]
EU simulation leads to a new career goal
After two years of practicing life as a European diplomat, Wendy Borkoski ’20 wants to make it real. In November, Borkoski represented Brigitte Bierlein, the first female chancellor of Austria, in the Mid-Atlantic European Union Simulation in Washington, D.C. She likes what she’s learned so much that she now hopes to move to Europe after she graduates, become a dual citizen, and work for the EU.