The chalk outline of Dr. Priscilla Gannicott’s body, with pools of blood at her wrists, remained in a chemistry lab for four weeks this semester. The ten students taking forensic science had to gather blood, hair, and DNA samples to figure out who her killer was.
Lynchburg College has received a $20,000 grant from the Verizon Foundation through a program of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges for enhanced use of technology in K-12 education.
LC is one of five Virginia schools to receive a $20,000 “Teaching with Today’s Technology” grant.
About 160 of the state’s top high school students are studying website design, environmental chemistry, and anatomy among other courses at the 2011 Governor’s School for Math, Science, and Technology at Lynchburg College.
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.