Natalee Coates ’26, a University of Lynchburg Bonner Leader, helped create and carry out a Lynchburg Fire Department initiative that was honored on Feb. 21 at the 2024 Virginia Fire Rescue Conference.
Fernanda Angel Evangelista ’27 isn’t wasting any time. The Westover Honors Fellow, who hails from Brazil, already has a long list of extracurriculars beneath her University of Lynchburg email signature.
The University of Lynchburg is giving high school students a chance to test their mettle and explore an exciting and fast-growing field among experts at its first-ever Virginia Intelligence Studies Competition.
The University of Lynchburg’s first intelligence studies major, Vedant Patel ’21 of Yorktown, Virginia, graduated Thursday, May 20. It was no small feat, considering the major has only been offered at Lynchburg since the fall of 2020.
The University of Lynchburg was sad to learn of the death of Criminology Instructor Keith Smith, who passed away on Feb. 1 after a short illness.
The University of Lynchburg is offering one of its 2020 Summer School courses, INTL 398: Navigating the Threat of Pandemics — Security and Safety Responses, to the community at a discounted rate of $250 (no credit).
Starting this fall, students at the University of Lynchburg will be able to major in intelligence studies. Housed in the International Relations and Security Studies Program, the brand-new major offers courses taught by professors with practical experience in the field.