Wanatimi Owei ’22 liked his spring internship with Force Management so much, he decided to stay on over the summer. The computer science major, who will graduate later this year, is “one of the best intern writers” her company has ever had, says Rachel Clapp Miller ’99.
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When Annette Stadtherr saw an email in her inbox about a designation University of Lynchburg could receive that would recognize its dedication to first-generation college students, she jumped at the chance to apply for it.
The University of Lynchburg will offer an extended J-Term this year, thanks to the condensed fall semester, which wraps up Tuesday, Nov. 24. This year, J-Term will run from Monday, Nov. 30, through Friday, Jan. 22, 2021.
Mary Otu Okley ’24, an international relations and security studies major from Woodbridge, Virginia, attended the Careers in Energy Diversity Student Conference Oct. 7-9.
A group of sport management students will spend the upcoming spring break at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The group’s visit will be in conjunction with the Team USA Symposium, an event that bills itself as “the only conference of its kind that provides an in-depth look at the functions and operations of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic movements.”