A popular, highly competitive scholarship program for aspiring teachers is coming to the University of Lynchburg this fall. Call Me MISTER is designed for male students from diverse, underserved, or socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. The program includes a scholarship of $5,000 that is renewable each year.
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Dr. Steve Dawson is one of 25 faculty members in the country selected to participate in the Teaching Interfaith Understanding seminar at DePaul University in Chicago from June 18-22.
The University of Lynchburg will honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with three big events the week after Martin Luther King Day, when classes resume. All events are free and open to the public.
Victoria Hauck ’26 isn’t your typical first-year. She’s 29, a licensed massage therapist, and an artist. She’s also legally blind.
Climate change affects poor neighborhoods and communities of color more than other areas. Dr. Laura Henry-Stone, associate professor of environmental sciences and sustainability and director of sustainability, explains what climate justice is — and how it’s connected to sustainability.
The Office of Wellness and Health Promotion will celebrate University of Lynchburg’s LGBTQ+ community with its annual Lavender Week’ Oct. 17-21. Lavender Week’s events provide several opportunities for all students to learn about the LGBTQ+ community and how to be an ally.
Gov. Ralph Northam’s latest slate of appointments includes the University of Lynchburg’s Dr. Robert Canida II, vice president for inclusive excellence. Canida was appointed to Northam’s library board last week.