Thanks to two University of Lynchburg students and some GPS technology, Camp Kum-Ba-Yah in Lynchburg has a better map of its trails — something useful for staffers, campers, and emergency personnel alike.
When environmental science major Saba Iqbal ’19 is not in classes, she spends most of her time in an archaeology laboratory, cleaning, photographing, and filing artifacts found on the grounds of Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, the personal retreat of the third U.S. president, Thomas Jefferson.
On Saturday, Jyoti Aggarwal will graduate from Lynchburg College with a Master of Education in Science Education. With the degree, she’ll be one step closer to becoming a chemistry professor. Asked about her career goals, she said, “It’s a pretty straightforward answer,” adding that she’s planned since high school to earn a PhD and teach at the university level.
Dr. Laura Henry-Stone, assistant professor of environmental studies and sustainability, and 12 students from her environmental studies capstone course helped plan and facilitate a climate change summit held Friday, April 13, at Randolph College.
Assistant Professor of Environmental Science 434.544.8363 Styrsky.Jennifer@lynchburg.edu Experience 2014-present, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, University of Lynchburg 2011-2014, Adjunct Professor of Biology and Environmental Science, University of Lynchburg Post-Doctoral Fellow, Auburn University, Auburn, AL Adjunct Instructor, Southern Union State Community College, Opelika, AL Field biologist, U.S. Department of Defense (Panama), Illinois Natural History Survey (Illinois), […]
Director, Claytor Nature Study Center 434.544.8360 firstname.lastname@example.org Experience Dr. Greg Eaton is the director of the Claytor Nature Study Center of University of Lynchburg, and teaches in the Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, and Biology programs. He is a Board member of the Virginia Resource Use Education Council, which guides environmental education in the Commonwealth, and […]
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies 434.544.8369 email@example.com Hobbs 216 Experience Since her days as a biology major at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, Dr. Henry-Stone has aspired to teach other people about their relationship with the natural world and to promote more ecologically sustainable ways of life in our culture. As an Assistant Professor of […]
Professor of Environmental Science 434.544.8545 firstname.lastname@example.org Experience Prior to arriving here at University of Lynchburg, I spent five years teaching part-time at Lenoir-Rhyne College, Catawba Valley Community College and working as a consultant with industry. Through my consulting work, I taught many courses on environmental compliance, worked with the United States Environmental Protection Agency and North Carolina Department […]
Associate Professor of Environmental Science Environmental Science Department Chair 434.544.8415 email@example.com Hobbs 220 Education PhD – University of Oklahoma, 2008 MS – Virginia Tech, 2001 BS, magna cum laude – Virginia Tech, 1999 Publications and Conference Proceedings Haiar, B. 2014. DINOSAUR DIVERSITY ACROSS THE JURASSIC–CRETACEOUS BOUNDARY, WESTERN INTERIOR, NORTH AMERICA. Blacksburg, VA. Haiar, B. 2011 and […]
Professor and Coordinator 434.544.8370 firstname.lastname@example.org Experience Prior to arriving at University of Lynchburg, I spent several years completing my graduate research assessing the effects of landscape heterogeneity on species biodiversity in the Pacific Northwest. For my previous position at the University of Oklahoma, I worked on the Oklahoma Gap Analysis Project, modeling animal distributions across […]