Lynchburg College students in business, finance, and economics programs now have a Bloomberg Terminal, which puts cutting-edge financial data at their fingertips. Meanwhile, they’re managing the investment of $100,000 from the Lynchburg College endowment, giving them hands-on skills and the experience of dealing with real markets. Two recent graduates say the experience has already helped their careers.
When Ancito Etienne was 12, he decided to plan his funeral. He had cancer. “I knew that there was no way I was going to receive treatment in Haiti, and […]
A University of Lynchburg professor and two students played a behind-the-scenes role in a new website that puts more government financial data in the hands of the people. Steve Ballmer, […]
The School of Business and Economics at University of Lynchburg ranks second in the nation for leadership development, according to the 2017 LEAD Awards sponsored by HR.com. Informed by student […]
Dr. David Richards, an associate professor of international relations and political science at University of Lynchburg, will deliver the first address in the 2017 Great Decisions Lecture Series. Each February, […]
Dr. Joseph Turek, dean of the School of Business and Economics, recently appeared on WDBJ7 to explain how regional store closings reflect national retail trends — including a growth in online […]
Dr. Ira Kaufman, director of the Institute for Transformative Leadership in the School of Business and Economics, recently wrote an essay that compares the unanticipated result of the 2016 presidential […]
Update: Read an article by Dr. Ira Kaufman about what the unpredictable presidential election of 2016 teaches about disruption and the importance of a transformative mindset. The School of Business […]
Ancito Etienne ’17 is spending the summer gathering data, crunching numbers, and making the case for public investment in hunger relief and conflict resolution around the world. He said his internship for Mercy Corps is preparing him to advocate for policies that will ease the suffering of the poor in his native Haiti.
Leadership Excellence Essentials Magazine named LC’s business school fourth in the nation for programs with a leadership development emphasis, while CEO Magazine ranked LC’s MBA degree among the top tier of programs in its 2016 global MBA rankings.