On Monday, Sept. 11, Dell Thrift and Pantry, a free thrift store and food pantry, opened on the first floor of the University of Lynchburg’s Hundley Hall. The shop, located opposite the elevator in Room 121, is open 24/7. The shop is not staffed, but that’s by design.
Center for Community Engagement
The University of Lynchburg recently secured a three-year Enrichment Grant from the Bonner Foundation that will provide $40,000 annually.
In advance of Election Day, the University of Lynchburg’s Bonner Leader Program will partner with local nonprofit The Listening to host a panel discussion with Lynchburg City Council candidates.
The University of Lynchburg will inaugurate its 11th president, Dr. Alison Morrison-Shetlar, at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1, on the steps of Hopwood Hall. The ceremony, which also will be livestreamed, will be followed by a carnival on the Dell that includes food trucks, games, and music.
Despite the ongoing pandemic, the Center for Community Engagement continues to offer many opportunities for students and faculty to help their community, on campus and off.
Lynchburg campus safety officials learned about new techniques to better accommodate victims of sexual assault and more effectively do their jobs without inflicting more trauma.
On Saturday, Oct. 10, about 60 students, faculty, and staff from the University of Lynchburg’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program participated in the “Global PT Day of Service,” a day when physical therapists from all over the world volunteer in their communities.
Leaders from Central Virginia businesses and nonprofits met at the University of Lynchburg for a community conversation on homelessness Monday. Nat Marshall ’83, chair of the University’s Board of Trustees, […]