About 30 students spent 16 days in Italy, where they studied the intersection of art and anatomy. The students gained a new, rich understanding for the history of their field.
The design of the 2018 World Cup soccer ball could make a huge difference in the game when the tournament begins in June, according to new research by Lynchburg College physics professor Dr. John Eric Goff. Based on his analysis of the ball’s aerodynamics, the Telstar 18 will soar about 8 or 9 percent less […]
The Center for Economic Education at Lynchburg College recently honored students and teachers in the Central Virginia region for their achievements in economic education programs in the 2017-2018 school year. The annual Economic Education Awards ceremony was held May 21 on the Lynchburg College campus. Students were honored for outstanding performance in the Stock Market […]
Two professors and two graduates received national awards at the annual symposium of the Mid-America Athletic Training Association last week. Dr. Pat Aronson was inducted into the MAATA Athetic Training Hall of Fame, while Dr. Debbie Bradney received the MAATA Athletic Trainer Service Award. Kirsten Blake ’18 was awarded the Larry Sutton Scholarship, recognizing her outstanding […]
The first cohort of Lynchburg College’s Doctor of Medical Science program graduated in Commencement 2018. The DMSc provides a doctoral-level education for physician assistants. Through advanced clinical expertise and education in leadership, law, and health care issues, PAs become prepared to take more leadership roles in medicine. The Lynchburg DMSc is one of the first […]
Graduates in Lynchburg College’s Class of 2018 celebrated Commencement Saturday with a nod to the past and a look forward to their future. More than 730 graduates participated — about 420 undergraduates and 310 doctoral and master’s degree students. Before they received their diplomas, Alumni Association Board Chair David Rosser ’90 talked about the […]
Students in Curtain Call, a Lynchburg College music theatre performing group, will present a unique concert of never-before-heard music at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 29, in Dillard Theatre. The concert features songs that the theatre department commissioned from songwriters in New York City, giving students the opportunity to premiere a song without basing their performance on other artists’ interpretations.
“Constellations,” a play with only two characters but many universes, will be performed in the Studio Theatre, Dillard room 100, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday – Saturday, April 11-14, at 7:30 p.m. each night.
Kailash Satyarthi, a 2014 co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, will visit Lynchburg College on Monday, April 9, to meet with students and receive an honorary degree. Satyarthi will meet with student leaders Monday morning before a luncheon with invited guests, where he will receive the honorary doctorate. In the afternoon he will attend a […]
“The Life and Impact of Diane di Prima” will open Thursday, April 5, at 4 p.m. Student-curator Shelby Miller ’18 will read some of di Prima’s poetry, as well as her original poetry, at 4:45 p.m.