Dr. Nancy Hubbard, dean of the College of Business, will present “Me, Inc. — Managing the Business of You” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, in Hall Campus Center’s Memorial Ballroom.
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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.
Business administration major Dylan Schumacher ’20 likes to reminisce about “the best six weeks” of his life. In March 2012, Schumacher and five of his “bateau brothers” embarked on the Marshall Expedition, a treacherous journey to retrace U.S. Chief Justice John Marshall’s famous 1812 water survey.
The University of Lynchburg’s College of Business has received a pledge for a $1 million gift from longtime supporters Elaine Hadden Drysdale and the late Douglas D. Drysdale. In 2013, the couple gave $3 million to the Drysdale Student Center project.
“Best in the world.” That’s not something you hear every day. But recently, University of Lynchburg student Joel Rainey ’20 got word that his overall score in the Business Strategy Game, a global business simulation that involved undergraduate business students from 385 colleges and universities in 37 countries, had tied for first.
When Janae Edwards ’23 heard that Daymond John, star of the Emmy Award-winning TV show “Shark Tank” was coming to speak at the University of Lynchburg, she was one of the first people to pick up her free ticket from the College of Business. “I’m a huge fan of his,” Edwards, a transfer student and political science major from Baltimore, said. “He has been an inspiration to me for many years, as a businessman, a “Shark,” and as a person.”
Daymond John, a renowned entrepreneur and star of “Shark Tank,” will share his perspective on life and business in a talk at the University of Lynchburg at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 21, in Turner Gymnasium.
Families in the Lynchburg area can learn about budgeting, investing, debt, and other topics in a series of free personal finance workshops from the University of Lynchburg College of Business. Business professors will teach six workshops in October and November. Although primarily created for parents of Lynchburg City Schools students, anyone is welcome. Each session […]
Trammel Robinson ’20, a business administration major from Memphis, did such a bang-up job on his internship this summer that the company’s managing director wrote officials at the University of Lynchburg to tell them about it.
Rebecca Taylor called her professors “super gifted” and said they “go above and beyond to help students.” As she graduates, she said she will miss the routine of having class every day and the opportunity to take random classes to explore new ideas, but she looks forward to cultivating the interests shes developed at Lynchburg.