As in previous semesters, all sessions will take place from 10 a.m. to noon on Wednesdays in Sydnor Performance Hall in Schewel Hall.
The spring schedule kicks off with “Fifth Street: Then and Now” on Feb. 7, followed by “Significant Lynchburg Fires” on Feb. 14. Other sessions include “Is the Decline of Christianity in America a Good Thing, a Bad Thing, Neither, or Both?” on March 6 and “Your Earliest Recollections: A Cognitive Theory You Will Never Forget” on April 3.
The 10-session schedule concludes on April 17 with the University of Lynchburg Student Scholar Showcase. The annual event provides students with an opportunity to present their research, analytical, creative, or experiential learning projects to the campus community.
A complete schedule, including speaker bios and topics, can be found on the LIFE@Lynchburg website.
“The enthusiasm our members have for the LIFE program is contagious,” said Sarah Rhodes, LIFE@Lynchburg program coordinator and director of donor relations.
“We’ve seen a steady growth in our membership, but more importantly, our members are becoming better acquainted with one another and creating bonds based on a mutual love of learning.”
Register online by selecting your membership on the LIFE@Lynchburg website. A semester membership is $85 (virtual: $49), and individual classes are $12. Semester memberships include a variety of perks such as reduced meals in the dining hall and free access to art exhibitions and theater and music performances.
Through the generosity of the Treadway Family Fund, LIFE@Lynchburg membership scholarships are available for retired K-12 public school educators and for those committed to public service and giving back to their communities. You may apply for yourself or on behalf of someone else through Jan. 26.
- Becky & Rick DuFour Scholarship: For retired K-12 public school educators.
- Burnette Family Scholarship: For those who are committed to giving back to the greater community.
LIFE@Lynchburg is sponsored by The Summit, an upscale retirement community in Lynchburg, as well as the Treadway Family Fund.
For more information about LIFE@Lynchburg, contact Rhodes at 434.544.8084 or email@example.com.