The award recognizes Aaron Smith as someone whose career and life are worthy of emulation, with the goal of increasing the pool of professionals working to solve medical, technological, and societal problems. “Those of us who see Aaron interact with students, community members, and his family know that he is a role model, and I am pleased that Minority Access recognizes him, too,” said Lynchburg College President Dr. Kenneth R. Garren.
A group of education administrators from Central and Southside Virginia are attending the University of Lynchburg Summer Leadership Institute today. About 125 people are expected. The seminar allows educators to learn in-depth information about education, politics, and advocacy to help them in their roles as leaders in schools and school systems. This morning, the seminar […]