The University of Lynchburg Theatre Department will present “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” which has been described as a “comical tale of several socially awkward youngsters finding joy, heartache, and a purpose in competing at the regional spelling bee.” The play will be presented Thursday, October 24, through Sunday, October 27, in the […]
Astrid Kerschbamer ’21, a health promotion major at University of Lynchburg, said her goals for participating in Leading Off Campus, a new leadership program for area college students, included gaining confidence and networking skills, and possibly some help finding an internship.
A bill introduced to the California state legislature and sponsored by the California Academy of PAs, a group that includes Dr. Jeremy Adler ’19 DMSc among its leadership, was signed on October 9 by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
When Michael Casillas ‘20 DPT finished his undergraduate degree, he thought he’d be a personal trainer and scuba diving instructor. Instead, after discovering a passion for training older adults, he enrolled in the University of Lynchburg’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program.
On Saturday, September 21, the Westover Honors College held its annual induction ceremony, where 67 students officially became a part of the College and the Society of Westover Fellows.
If you have questions, Jeff Harbin can help you find the answers. That’s one of his favorite things about being a librarian. But if you have answers, he can help you find the corresponding questions, too. About two weeks ago, Harbin appeared on “Jeopardy,” CBS’s game show, where host Alex Trebek reads answers and contestants respond in the form of a question. It’s a test of wide-ranging knowledge, quick thinking, and the ability to buzz in before your opponents.
Emily Guthrie ’18 MPH admits that her job title at the Lynchburg Health Department — environmental health technical specialist — is a “mouthful.” Add to that the fact that she is the technical consultant for the Central Virginia Health District Food program, which deals with food safety and inspections, and she’s training to be the district standardization officer, the individual who would oversee those inspections.
Amy Mallow ’02 didn’t suspect anything when her principal texted her one night to say she had called a “data meeting” at 9:15 the next morning.
Two students from the University of Lynchburg’s Bonner Leader Program spent the summer serving others through the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty, an organization that combines education and community service. As Aly Bonilla ’22 put it, it got them out of their “bubble.”
On a hot August morning with a “feels like” temperature approaching triple digits, members of the University of Lynchburg women’s soccer team lined up in the athletic training room for a post-workout weigh in.