Emaleigh Smith ’27, a nursing major at the University of Lynchburg, is featured once again in WSLS 10’s November series, “30 Days of Hope.” In 2017, when the series launched, Smith was among the first foster kids highlighted by the local network. She was 12 at the time.
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The University of Lynchburg is among the Best Colleges in the country for 2024, according to U.S. News & World Report. Lynchburg came in at No. 345 overall among National Universities, No. 333 on the Top Performers on the Social Mobility list, and at No. 402 among Undergraduate Nursing Programs — a jump of 11 ranks.
Over the past few months, the University of Lynchburg has received several grants that will fund initiatives across campus.
During a special Inauguration dinner on Oct. 2, President Dr. Alison Morrison-Shetlar and her husband, “First Gentleman” Dr. Bob Shetlar, announced a scholarship to honor Shetlar’s mother, who spent her life as a nurse and educator.
Kayla Hugate ’20 wouldn’t know what it’s like to work at the University of Lynchburg’s Beard Center on Aging during “normal times.” A student in the Master of Public Health program, Hugate started her job as the center’s graduate assistant just last semester, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new iBook available in iTunes highlights how the University of Lynchburg nursing program used Apple technology to revolutionize nurse education. Launched in 2014, iON Nursing provides an iPad tablet to […]