The exercise physiology program at University of Lynchburg was recently approved as National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Program (ERP). The NSCA is a leading professional organization for fields dedicated to advancing the strength and conditioning profession.
While attending the University of Lynchburg, Emily Anderson ‘20 has been juggling her responsibilities as an exercise physiology major and an active military medic for the U.S. Army National Guard.
Lynchburg College exercise physiology students have started working on their senior research projects, a core component of the senior experience that demonstrates the ability to think scientifically and work independently.
Sean Collins, a Lynchburg exercise physiology professor, was recently presented the State/Provincial Director of the Year Award by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. The NSCA, a nonprofit with more than 45,000 members around the world, works to promote, support, educate and certify those working in the strength and conditioning field. Its ranks include strength […]
The Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation has awarded University of Lynchburg nearly $250,000 to support scholarships for students in health-related fields. The grant will provide $190,000 undergraduate nursing scholarships and $58,750 for general undergraduate scholarships, which the College will apply to students in health promotion, athletic training, and exercise physiology. The scholarships will support students enrolled […]
Shelly Milks ’13, a three-time All-American field hockey standout, is one of 30 women selected from a group of more than 450 nominees for the 2013 NCAA Woman of the Year award.
Junior midfielder Shelly Milks has added All-State Field Hockey Division Player of the Year to her resume.
Milks was earlier named a 2011 First-Team All-American by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) and also the All-South Region Player of the Year.
Lynchburg College recently had two electrocardiogram (ECG) machines donated by the Cardiovascular Group of the Centra Stroobants Heart Center given in memory of freshman Adam Seymour, who tried out for the Hornet men’s soccer team last fall.