Geralyn Gulino Fortney ’13, ’16 M.Ed., case manager and wellness educator in the University of Lynchburg’s dean of students office, has been named one of the region’s “Millennials on the Move.”
The University of Lynchburg is offering reduced tuition for most of its master’s programs to new full-time students.
Baylee Worth ’21 MEd never met Pete Warren, but she’s honored to have won a Virginia Counselors Association Foundation fellowship named for the longtime counseling professor at University of Lynchburg.
On Saturday, Jyoti Aggarwal will graduate from Lynchburg College with a Master of Education in Science Education. With the degree, she’ll be one step closer to becoming a chemistry professor. Asked about her career goals, she said, “It’s a pretty straightforward answer,” adding that she’s planned since high school to earn a PhD and teach at the university level.