Over the past few months, Dr. Brian Crim, a University of Lynchburg history professor, has been working with TED-Ed to make a video about Project Paperclip, the subject of his 2018 book, “Our Germans: Project Paperclip and the National Security State.”
If your college professor compared your hard work to a fungus, you might not know quite how to feel about it. When this happened to Summer Campbell ’23, however, she was nothing short of elated.
Kelsey Spickler ’24, a Westover Honors Fellow from Bridgewater, Virginia, has been named the 2023-24 Richard Clarke Sommerville Scholar. The award, the University of Lynchburg’s highest academic honor, was presented on Nov. 13 at the West Room in Drysdale Student Center.
University of Lynchburg swimmer Mei White ’26 will compete in the 2023 Parapan American Games, held Nov. 17-26 in Santiago, Chile. The exercise physiology major and transfer student from Athens, Georgia, will compete in the 100-meter breaststroke, 400-meter freestyle, 200-meter individual medley, and the 100-meter backstroke.
Jasmine Ellis ’23, ’25 MSAT was recently selected to serve on the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association Student Senate. The Master of Science in Athletic Training student at the University of Lynchburg is one of two student senators from Virginia. Her term ends in May 2025.
After earning her bachelor’s degree at Appalachian State University, Alison Faulkenberry ’24 DPT had a tough time deciding whether to pursue a Doctor of Physical Therapy or Master of Science in Athletic Training.
Dr. Brian Crim, history department chair and John Franklin East Distinguished Chair in the Humanities, will reflect on the close relationship between popular culture and national security policy at the fall history seminar on Wednesday, Oct. 25.
On Monday, Oct. 23, the University of Lynchburg’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences and School of PA Medicine will present “When Science Turns Evil: Medicine, Justice, and the Humanities,” a lecture by Dr. Brandy Schillace.
A Washington, D.C.-based artist will be making bullets into bells on Friday, Oct. 20, at the University of Lynchburg. The traveling installation, “When do you feel safe?” was created in response to the current crisis of school shootings in the U.S.
The University of Lynchburg’s fall concert season kicks off with “Lynchburg: My Hometown,” at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, in Sydnor Performance Hall.