Trammel Robinson ’20, a business administration major from Memphis, did such a bang-up job on his internship this summer that the company’s managing director wrote officials at the University of Lynchburg to tell them about it.
University of Lynchburg is ranked No. 19 in “Best-Run Colleges,” according to the 2020 edition of The Princeton Review’s college guide, “The Best 385 Colleges.” Lynchburg was one of only three Virginia institutions on the “Best-Run” list.
When Ticynn London ’21 MSAT was born, her doctors didn’t know what was wrong with her. Her birthweight was low and her thumb was underdeveloped. As she got older, she bruised easily, her skin was discolored, she had frequent nosebleeds, and she had a hard time shaking colds and other childhood illnesses.
Tim Pafford, a drug rep with the international pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk, was tired of not getting answers. In his job as a senior endocrinology diabetes care specialist, he talks with health care professionals every day about diabetes medications and getting patients access to them. Over and over, he said, he found a “convoluted mess.”
Power is on in the new residence hall and according to Kristen Cooper, director of housing and residence life, work is still on schedule for students residing in the new residence hall to move in August 26 and 27.
Dr. Jeremy Welsh has been named dean of the University of Lynchburg School of PA Medicine and senior associate dean of the College of Health Sciences. Dean of the School of PA Medicine is a new position at Lynchburg.
Imagine dissecting a cadaver without having to pick up a scalpel. This fall, University of Lynchburg students will be able to do that with a new, state-of-the-art tool: the Anatomage Table. Billed as “the world’s first virtual dissection table,” the Anatomage Table looks like a giant tablet computer, albeit one that’s loaded with a variety of cadavers and other anatomical and medical images.
A 2018 graduate of the University of Lynchburg’s Doctor of Medical Science (DMSc) program has been elected president of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. The organization represents and advocates for more than 131,000 PAs across the U.S., its territories, and uniformed services.
Dr. Pat Aronson, a longtime athletic training professor at Lynchburg, will be inducted into the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame at the organization’s annual Clinical Symposia and AT Expo held in Las Vegas June 24 to 27.
Thanks to two University of Lynchburg students and some GPS technology, Camp Kum-Ba-Yah in Lynchburg has a better map of its trails — something useful for staffers, campers, and emergency personnel alike.