Greg Starbuck ’14 MA, ’19 MA, the executive director for Historic Sandusky, found the diverse curriculum for Lynchburg’s Master of Arts in Nonprofit Leadership Studies program ideal for anyone working with nonprofits.
Dr. Mike Robinson teaches communications classes with plenty of punch! As an avid comic book and superhero fan, he applies his passion in courses about media, audiences, and culture.
Taking one of Kelly Jacobson’s English classes means catching her contagious love and energy for writing. An award-winning novelist and teacher, her lessons center on conversations and ideas.
Brian Crim fuses pop culture and history together in his books and research, establishing himself as a unique sort of expert. He brings humanities to the forefront for his students, regardless of their major.
It’s plain to see Dr. Pat Aronson’s devotion to athletic training. Her passion is infectious across campus and her professional laurels and awards (up to the national hall of fame level!) speak for themselves.
Whether it’s with graduate health science students learning about the nervous system or in honors classes about Bruce Springsteen, Price Blair has a passion for teaching that shows.
Students in Lynchburg’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program learn to see “exercise as medicine” from W. Allen Moore. As the program’s director, he’s committed to prioritizing student growth and success.