In November, a team from the University of Lynchburg traveled to the headquarters of Steelcase, an office furniture company located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Accompanied by partners from the seating company Barrows and architects Point of View LLC, the team learned about the offerings related to active learning classroom furniture and the impact and offerings for […]
Fraternity and Sorority Life recently inducted 22 students into the University of Lynchburg’s Pi Delta chapter of Order of Omega. Order of Omega is a leadership honor society for members of fraternity and sorority organizations. It recognizes juniors and seniors who have exemplified high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, and involvement within their respective organization and within the fraternity/sorority, campus, and local community.
Bryanna Garrett ’18, an athletic training graduate who is currently pursuing a master’s degree in advanced athletic training at the University of South Florida, was featured recently on the National Athletic Trainers’ Association blog for saving the life of a cross country runner.
The exercise physiology program at University of Lynchburg was recently approved as National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Program (ERP). The NSCA is a leading professional organization for fields dedicated to advancing the strength and conditioning profession.
The University of Lynchburg will present “Traditions of St. Nicholas,” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, December 5, 6, and 7, in Sydnor Performance Hall. Admission is free, but tickets are required.
Three University of Lynchburg seniors from Central Virginia have been awarded a Virginia Teaching Scholarship from the Virginia Department of Education. Haley Burch ’19, Kaitlyn Kennedy ’19, and Julia Cash ’19 will receive the $10,000 scholarships as an incentive to teach in Virginia public schools during their first year after graduation. The news of the scholarship inspired pride and excitement.
The University of Lynchburg sent students to compete at the 26th annual Mid-Atlantic European Union Simulation held in Washington, D.C., and Arlington, Virginia, November 9-11.
When environmental science major Saba Iqbal ’19 is not in classes, she spends most of her time in an archaeology laboratory, cleaning, photographing, and filing artifacts found on the grounds of Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, the personal retreat of the third U.S. president, Thomas Jefferson.
Three years can invoke a lot of change. Just ask University of Lynchburg criminology instructor Keith Smith. When he joined the U.S. Marines on September 1, 1972, he expected to be sent to Vietnam. Instead, he joined the White House staff during a notorious time in politics: the Watergate scandal.
While attending the University of Lynchburg, Emily Anderson ‘20 has been juggling her responsibilities as an exercise physiology major and an active military medic for the U.S. Army National Guard.