Climate change affects poor neighborhoods and communities of color more than other areas. Dr. Laura Henry-Stone, associate professor of environmental sciences and sustainability and director of sustainability, explains what climate justice is — and how it’s connected to sustainability.
About 100 people from the University and surrounding communities gathered at Lynchburg on Saturday for a conference dedicated to women’s leadership — and the late Rosel Schewel ’71 MEd, ’83 EdS, a civic activist and champion of women’s rights and racial justice.
The University of Lynchburg and Virginia Humanities will celebrate the life and work of Rosel Schewel ’71 MEd, ’83 EdS with a daylong conference on Saturday, Sept. 10. “Women’s Leadership in Democracies”: A Conference and Celebration Honoring Rosel H. Schewel will take place on the University campus in Schewel Hall.
The University of Lynchburg has announced the creation of the Center for Innovation and Strategic Partnerships.
On Thursday night, the University of Lynchburg held its annual Leadership Awards Ceremony — virtually, of course.
The University of Lynchburg’s Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society circle held a virtual induction ceremony on Monday for 49 new members.
The week before the start of classes, on Friday, August 17, about 225 University of Lynchburg students gathered for the 8th-annual John G. Eccles Leadership Summit.
About 50 University of Lynchburg students spent last weekend studying the stories of superheroes, all in the name of leadership. The Emerging Leader Retreat gives first- and second-year students a […]
Dr. Garren was at the forefront of an effort to educate Virginia’s congressional delegation about the negative impact that a federal college ratings system would have had on opportunities for students.
The Leadership 500 Awards in the April 2015 edition of Leadership Excellence Magazine list LC among the top 15 schools in the nation—the only school in the commonwealth to receive that distinction.