As a former college sprinter, I know the importance of giving everything to the race. A relay athlete must continue strong until the baton is passed, thinking about the next leg of the race as well as his own. I hope my tenure as the University of Lynchburg president reflects that. When I interviewed for […]
Six months before his retirement, Dr. Ken Garren had an interview interrupted by a loud, grinding noise above him. Like a dentist’s drill, times 100. The furniture hummed.
Saturday’s conferral of degrees, held virtually in advance of October’s on-campus commencement, was “certainly not a typical graduation day,” admitted Dr. Kenneth R. Garren, president of the University of Lynchburg.
The University of Lynchburg will hold a virtual conferral of degrees on Saturday, May 16, ahead of its in-person, on-campus commencement ceremonies planned for October 30 and 31, 2020.
President Dr. Kenneth R. Garren announced in a campuswide email on Friday that the University of Lynchburg plans to resume on-campus classes this fall.
Lynchburg President Dr. Kenneth R. Garren announced in an email today that Commencement exercises for undergraduate and graduate degree candidates have been rescheduled for the weekend of Oct. 30, 2020.
The University of Lynchburg announced today that classes will be taught online throughout the spring semester. Commencement exercises, scheduled for May 15, will take place at a later date.
Dr. Kenneth Garren, president of the University of Lynchburg, was honored by the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance with the 2019 F.M. “Dink” Cloyd Award for volunteer service. Garren accepted the award during the Alliance’s annual meeting last Wednesday.
The University of Lynchburg will honor area military veterans on Veterans Day, Monday, November 11. At 10 a.m., there will be a Veterans Day service in the University’s Snidow Chapel. The service is open to the public. The guest speaker is Col. Richard “Dick” Moore ’63. For 31 years, Moore worked in intelligence for the […]