Microsoft Chief Technology Officer Kevin Scott, a 1994 graduate of Lynchburg College, will attend Homecoming 2017 to receive an award from the Lynchburg College Alumni Association and help celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Westover Honors Program.
Inspired by her “technologically savvy” family, Emma Elliot, a senior computer science major, spent the last six months creating a unique virtual reality video game for her senior project. She was initially attracted to the idea of creating a video game of her own while in Lynchburg’s Game Programming class. “In the second semester of […]
Several Lynchburg College students will compete in an Aging 2.0 Global Startup Search on Thursday in hopes of winning seed money for a healthcare app. When they started developing the app at a recent event, they were invited to pitch the idea again.
University of Lynchburg will rededicate its science building as the Thomas Gibson Hobbs and Julius A. Sigler Science Center at a reception on September 4 at 5 p.m. at the building’s front entrance. The building was previously named for T. Gibson Hobbs, a member of the Class of 1904 who served on College’s Board of […]
Active asteroids like these were only identified for the first time in 2006, and it may be that Tara Steiner ’15 has discovered one or two more.
Brandon Gannicott ’13 has been named the 2012 Sommerville Scholar, the highest academic award given by the College in recognition of a distinguished academic record.
A computer science major with a minor in philosophy, Brandon says those courses of study fit together well.
James McQuillan ’84, director of visual identity at Bungie, maker of the video game Halo, will give a talk on “Tigers, T-Rexes, and Seven Hundred Pound Super Soldiers: Surviving the Fire without Chasing Your Tale” on Monday at 7:30 p.m.
About 160 of the state’s top high school students will be studying the computer as a tool, experimental math, and the science of strength among other topics at the 2010 Governor’s School for Math, Science, and Technology at Lynchburg College.
The character on the screen is running up an incline, trying to outrun rising water as he avoids boulders and other obstacles hurtling at him.
“The boulders are too slow,” one student complains, while another starts tinkering with the code to speed it up.
Imagine completing a semester’s worth of computer programming in one afternoon. Three computer programming teams from Lynchburg College will do just that in an all-out “Battle of the Brains” on November 6 at UNC-Chapel Hill.