Bob Lemon ’98 MBA, chief financial officer at Meriwether Godsey in Forest, Virginia, is the new chair of the Board of Trustees.
The University of Lynchburg’s popular Master of Business Administration is gaining a new track. Starting this fall, students can enroll in an MBA with a sport management emphasis.
Treney Tweedy ’97, ’20 MBA was recently appointed by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam to the board of directors of the New College Institute. The state-funded group, located in Martinsville, Virginia, offers degrees — bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate — through partnerships with colleges and universities across the commonwealth.
The University of Lynchburg is offering reduced tuition for most of its master’s programs to new full-time students.
“Best in the world.” That’s not something you hear every day. But recently, University of Lynchburg student Joel Rainey ’20 got word that his overall score in the Business Strategy Game, a global business simulation that involved undergraduate business students from 385 colleges and universities in 37 countries, had tied for first.
The University of Lynchburg is giving students a more clear path from high school through graduate school with eight Direct Admit Pathway Programs. Each program offers freshmen and transfer students coming to the University of Lynchburg a pathway to a Lynchburg graduate program as they complete specific requirements as an undergraduate. As they complete the […]
Bob Lemon ’98 MBA, a member of the University of Lynchburg Board of Trustees, will speak at Commencement for graduate students at 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 17, in Turner Gymnasium. The University of Lynchburg is holding separate ceremonies for graduate and undergraduate students this year as the number of graduates increases. More than 370 graduate […]
Dr. Paul McClure’s Applied Sociology course is all about helping sociology students connect classroom ideas to community action. On Thursday, they got to sit down with three local leaders in community building movements and learn more about sociology in action.
Rayfurd Thompson might never leave Lynchburg. In 2016, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in economic crime prevention and investigation, a program that draws on a number of disciplines, among them accounting, criminology, and computer science. In 2017, he finished a Master of Business Administration. On Saturday, he’ll don the mortarboard again for a master’s degree in nonprofit leadership studies.
In only its second year of offering classes online, University of Lynchburg’s master of business administration program has earned a place in the U.S. News & World Report’s ranking of online MBA degrees. Lynchburg’s program is positioned 184th out of 267 colleges and universities included in the magazine’s 2018 ranking. U.S. News & World Report […]