Dr. Frederick Douglass Opie, professor of history and foodways at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, will present the next John M. Turner Lecture in the Humanities at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15.
Assistant Professor of History 434.544.8784 email@example.com Carnegie 321A Education PhD, Anthropology — University of Iowa MA, Anthropology — University of Iowa BA, Anthropology — Whitman College AA, DTA — Yakima Valley Community College Awards Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools Competition, Spring 2020 Obermann Center for Advanced Studies Humanities Contest, Fall 2019 Interdisciplinary Expansion of a […]
Professor of History John Franklin East Professor of Humanities 434.544.8117 firstname.lastname@example.org 505 Brevard #1 Experience Fall 2016 – Present, Professor of History, University of Lynchburg Fall 2009 – Spring 2016, Associate Professor of History, University of Lynchburg Fall 2003 – 2009, Assistant Professor of History, University of Lynchburg Fall 1996 – Spring 2003, Instructor, History, […]
Professor of History 434.544.8458 email@example.com 505 Brevard #5 Experience Professor, University of Lynchburg Director, Archaeology Minor, University of Lynchburg, 2019-Present Instructor, Carnegie-Mellon University Director, Carnegie-Mellon University Teaching Center’s Summer Program Involved in organization of local and campus chapters of Habitat for Humanity Mentoring programs for “At-Risk” children Founding Director of the LCSR program Founding Director […]
Associate Professor of History 434.544.8622 firstname.lastname@example.org 505 Brevard #6 Experience 2009 – present, Associate Professor of History, University of Lynchburg 1997 – present, self-employed artist Member, McGuffey Art Center Member, Art Association of Winston-Salem Twelve solo exhibitions in Virginia and North Carolina since 2002 1996 -1997 Assistant Professor of History, Greensboro College, N.C. 1992 – 1996 Adjunct Professor of […]
Associate Professor of History John M. Turner Chair in the Humanities 434.544.7253 email@example.com Carnegie 114 Experience Fall 2019 – Spring 2021, John M. Turner Distinguished Chair in the Humanities, University of Lynchburg July 2017 – Present, Associate Professor, University of Lynchburg July 2011 – June 2017, Assistant Professor, University of Lynchburg June 2010-2011, Jefferson Fellowship […]
Assistant Professor of History 434.544.8745 firstname.lastname@example.org Carnegie 222 Experience 2019-present: Assistant Professor of History, University of Lynchburg 2017-2019: Chair, Department of History and Social Sciences, LaGrange College 2012-2019: Co-director, First-Year Seminar Program, LaGrange College 2008-2019: Assistant/Associate Professor of History, LaGrange College 2007-2008: Visiting Assistant Professor, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania 1999-2005: Instructor of History, Virginia Wesleyan […]
Professor of History Chair of the History Department 434.544.8328 email@example.com Carnegie 232 Experience Fall 2002, Fall 2003 – Spring 2004, Fall 2005 – present, University of Lynchburg Fall 2003 – Spring 2008, Center for Christian Study, Charlottesville, Virginia Fall 1998, St. Mary’s College, University of St. Andrews, Tutorials Spring 1997, St. Andrews Reformation Studies Institute, […]
Professor of History 434.544.8593 firstname.lastname@example.org 505 Brevard #4 Experience August 2019 – present, Professor of History, University of Lynchburg August 2012- July 2019, Associate Professor of History, University of Lynchburg 2016- 2018, John M. Turner Distinguished Chair in the Humanities, University of Lynchburg August 2008-July 2012, Assistant Professor of History, University of Lynchburg August 2006-May […]
A historical marker that tells the story of African revolutionary John Chilembwe will be erected in Lynchburg this fall, thanks in great part to the efforts of a University of Lynchburg professor and one of her students.