On Sunday mornings, you can find Hiatt O’Connor ’20 feeding the horses at Brook Hill Farm, a local nonprofit equestrian center that focuses on therapeutic riding and horse rescue. O’Connor, a Westover Honors fellow and the 2019 Sommerville Scholar, started volunteering at the Bedford County, Virginia, farm when he was in the Bonner Leader Program at the University of Lynchburg.
The University of Lynchburg will launch a new minor this fall: medical humanities. The 18-hour program, developed by a team of faculty from across the academic disciplines, bridges the humanities and health sciences in a way not previously done at Lynchburg.
This summer, University of Lynchburg graduate student and veteran John “J.R.” Wise ’16 will add another award to his long list of academic and military honors. He’s receiving the NATA Foundation’s Jeff Snedecker Memorial Scholarship.
In a campuswide email on Tuesday, Provost Dr. Allison Jablonski announced this year’s winners of the University of Lynchburg’s faculty awards.
Frankenstien, zombies, hover cars, leadership, and College Lake. These are just some of the subjects that speakers will talk about in the University of Lynchburg Senior Symposium Lecture Series this […]
Nine University of Lynchburg students traveled to Richmond last week to attend the first Women’s Leadership Development Summit hosted by the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges. The three-day conference featured nearly 80 participants from 14 institutions across the Commonwealth.
Sloane Kelly ’22 has taken college science classes before, the kind where lectures and labs are held separately and on different days. This fall, however, the health promotion major at University of Lynchburg is taking a new pilot course in human anatomy and physiology in which the lecture and lab are combined.
Imagine dissecting a cadaver without having to pick up a scalpel. This fall, University of Lynchburg students will be able to do that with a new, state-of-the-art tool: the Anatomage Table. Billed as “the world’s first virtual dissection table,” the Anatomage Table looks like a giant tablet computer, albeit one that’s loaded with a variety of cadavers and other anatomical and medical images.
Emily Anderson ’20 quickly became a Lynchburg hero after using CPR to save a man’s life last weekend. Anderson is a junior studying exercise physiology at the University of Lynchburg. […]
The exercise physiology program at University of Lynchburg was recently approved as National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Program (ERP). The NSCA is a leading professional organization for fields dedicated to advancing the strength and conditioning profession.