A University of Lynchburg history major and Westover Honors Fellow has been awarded a grant through the U.S. Fulbright Student Program to teach English in Germany. Rick Smallshaw ’23, a Lynchburg, Virginia, resident with minors in medieval and Renaissance studies and German, will leave for Germany in mid-September.
University of Lynchburg students took three awards at the 2023 Virginia Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference, hosted by Lynchburg’s Department of History on Saturday, April 1.
Students in Dr. Lisa Crutchfield’s Internship in History and Virginia History classes are doing research this semester that will help three local historical groups better tell their stories.
University of Lynchburg students took home two of the six available Phi Alpha Theta Regional Paper Prize Awards at the history honor society’s 2022 Virginia Regional Conference. The conference was held Saturday, March 26, at Chowan University in Murfreesboro, North Carolina. More than 30 competitors from universities across Virginia participated.
Alexa Watkin ’23 carefully opens one of the burial books in the office of Presbyterian Cemetery, a historic graveyard that’s located about three miles from the University of Lynchburg. She thumbs through the pages that list the names of Lynchburg-area residents who have been buried at the cemetery since it opened in 1823.
Alicia Carter, soprano, and Naomi Amos, pianist, will present a joint recital, “Songs of Youth,” on Tuesday, November 10, at 7 p.m. in Snidow Chapel at University of Lynchburg. The […]
March 19-23 is Foreign Language Week, featuring Roman weaponry, films, and lectures. All events are free and open to the public.
German Day: Tuesday, March 20
Two German films will be shown in Hopwood 014: My Words, My Lies – My Love at 6 p.m.