The University of Lynchburg has received a $50,000 grant, paid out over two years, to launch Hornets in Recovery, a program that will help students living in recovery from substance use disorders.
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NSF grant will send water quality research teams from Lynchburg to Costa Rica
The National Science Foundation has awarded the University of Lynchburg a $299,259 grant that will fund international research experiences for students — from both the University and the surrounding community.
Downtown Lynchburg project features pianos turned to art
Lynchburg College students and faculty in art, music, and theatre collaborated to turn two pianos into works of art for Keys for the Hill City, a public art project that positions pianos throughout downtown Lynchburg.