Dr. Elza Tiner, Latin professor at Lynchburg College, will talk about the research she did for the current exhibit, “Image + Text in Renaissance Folios,” at 2 p.m. Sunday, November 5, at the Daura Gallery.
A Latino International Book Award winner and the poet laureate of Virginia will come to University of Lynchburg this year for the Thornton Reading Series. Chantel Acevedo, a professor in the MFA program at the University of Miami, will kick off the event series at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 6, in Sydnor Performance Hall. […]
Thanks to their summer internships, two of Lynchburg’s Bonner Leader students have a better understanding of poverty and how to help people out of it. For eight weeks, Marissa Bucklew ’18 worked with the Atlanta Community Food Bank and its many community gardens, while Elise Togbe ’18 spent her summer in Louisville, teaching refugees and […]
During the academic year, Nick Savino ’19 is a busy guy. The junior from Bristol, Connecticut, is a physics major with minors in math, history, and business. He’s a Westover Honors student and a member of Lynchburg’s varsity tennis team. This summer, Nick applied his laser-sharp focus on a unique project, spending more than 200 […]
Dr. Richard Burke, a Lynchburg English professor, will teach American literature in Kazakhstan this fall with a Fulbright scholar grant. The Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program is the federal government’s flagship educational and cultural exchange program. The competitive program provides U.S. professors and other scholars with opportunities to teach and conduct research overseas and improve […]
After her son was diagnosed with autism, Molly Korte ’03 found a new passion in advocacy. She created Project: Just Like You to give a voice to people with special needs and highlight the hobbies, interests, and talents they share with their peers. The resulting project has turned heads in the Richmond area and around the world.
The latest compilation of West Virginia literature reveals new, complex views of the often-stereotyped state. “It’s like a literary map of West Virginia, and it changes your understanding of the place,” said Dr. Laura Long, a University of Lynchburg English professor. She edited the fiction for Eyes Glowing at the Edge of the Woods: Fiction […]