“Why did the American Civil War happen?” is the subject of the first John M. Turner Lecture in the Humanities of the 2020-21 academic year at the University of Lynchburg.
Jenny Anzelmo-Sarles ’11, a graduate of the University of Lynchburg’s communication studies program, has been named public affairs chief and chief spokesperson for the National Park Service.
Two University of Lynchburg theatre graduates attracted national media attention for a joint venture aimed at entertaining and educating children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
When she was an admissions tour guide, Katherine Daniel ’20 liked to tell tour groups about Dr. Ghislaine Lewis.
Twenty-eight first-year students at the University of Lynchburg are participating in GEAR UP, a U.S. Department of Education program that stands for “Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs.”
For Dr. Nina Salmon, “We the People,” the first words of the preamble of the U.S. Constitution, was a fitting theme for this year’s Senior Symposium, the capstone course of the University of Lynchburg’s general education curriculum.
American Sign Language, offered for the first time at the University of Lynchburg, was such a popular selection as students registered for their fall classes this past spring, that a third section of the introductory class, ASL 101, was added.
Ten years ago this summer, 49 students joined the first class of Lynchburg’s first doctoral program. The Doctor of Physical Therapy program was the first wave of an experiment: How a liberal arts college could stretch itself and create new graduate health science programs.
For years, Landon Hammerley ’19 has lived by the motto, “Greatness cannot be achieved without obsession.” It’s something Hammerley, founder of a Call of Duty gaming team with corporate sponsorships and about 800,000 YouTube subscribers, ought to know a lot about.
Dr. Alison Morrison-Shetlar, University of Lynchburg president, has embarked on a listening tour to meet and talk with as many members of the campus community as possible. The “Red Chair Chats” will be held over the next two weeks on the Koudelka Balcony at Drysdale Student Center.