As a Lynchburg student, J.T. Podell ’15 DPT benefited from personal attention from his professors. Now, working in rehab and training in the pro sports world, he makes it a point to relay his own experience to his staff.
Now a pro sports physical therapist, Jeff Taylor ’11, ’15 DPT traces his successes all the way back through grad school to lessons he learned in Lynchburg undergrad exercise physiology classes.
At Lynchburg, Jess Cochrane ’23 has learned that psychology and other social factors play a vital role in understanding crime. Also, she learned that how we perceive criminal behavior can have a significant impact on society as a whole.
Delia LoSapio ’19 didn’t limit herself while at Lynchburg, complementing her major with three minors and leadership on the University EMS squad — plus studying abroad, publishing research, and playing soccer!
Em Maxey ’23, an art major and graphic design minor, found an outlet at Lynchburg for multiple facets of their life — and a place to find the best version of themself.
A Lynchburg native, Joshua ’24 knew he’d find driven people at the University who love what they do and share their knowledge with one another.
Studying health promotion at Lynchburg, Lacey Teal ’21, ’22 MPH found strong support from her professors, fine-tuned her career goals, and netted a promising internship while following through with her master’s.
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.
During her time at Lynchburg, Nat LeDonne ’18 found her niche in photography and took off — growing under a mentorship that saw her soar on sports fields and landed her in a top position at Duke University Athletics.
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.