Fascinated by chemistry and biology, Dr. Price Blair spent most of his college career aiming to help invent and test new medicines. But along the way, he discovered a passion […]
From spiders in Panama to a 3D-printed syringe pump, the Student Scholar Showcase on April 6 will highlight a variety of projects by more than 150 Lynchburg College students. This year’s showcase includes two poster presentation sessions — one in Memorial Ballroom at noon and one in the Flint Family Lobby of Schewel Hall at 4 p.m. Oral presentations will take place in Hopwood Auditorium, Sydnor Performance Hall, Schewel room 231 and 232 throughout the day.
Alyson Black ’16 lives to learn. She reads constantly. She asks questions and seeks out the answers. Lately, she has spent a lot of time in a chemistry lab exploring […]
University of Lynchburg will rededicate its science building as the Thomas Gibson Hobbs and Julius A. Sigler Science Center at a reception on September 4 at 5 p.m. at the […]
As soon as University of Lynchburg chemistry professor Dr. Samrat Thapa heard about the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that shook his home country, he called his parents, who still live in […]
Katarina “Katie” Stoffers ’15 spent 12 weeks this past summer at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.
She worked in Division of Hemostasis and Thrombosis under the direction of Dr.
As a young girl, Karen Butler ’14 thought the periodic table was “the most fascinating thing in the world.” That early love for science stuck with Karen, who was recently named the 2014 Robert L.
Whether he’s pondering the chemical properties of molecules or studying federal court cases, Garrett Corless ’14 brings an inquisitive mind to the task, which contributed to his being named the 2014 Sommerville Scholar, the highest academic recognition awarded by the College.
Brandon Gannicott ’13 has been named the 2012 Sommerville Scholar, the highest academic award given by the College in recognition of a distinguished academic record.
A computer science major with a minor in philosophy, Brandon says those courses of study fit together well.
Thirteen middle-school girls designed roller coasters and solar cars and baked pizza in a solar oven of their own making at an LC-camp designed to increase interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) among sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders.