Ali Curcio ’23 MEd doesn’t have a lot of what you’d call down time, but she’s OK with that. The teenage graduate student — we’ll get to that in a minute — is taking a full load of classes in the Master of Education in Science Education program. She also works 40 to 45 hours a week managing the front of house and catering for County Smoak, a local barbecue restaurant owned by her parents.
Master of Education in Science Education
Tim Wilhelm ’18 MEd was named one of the Lynchburg area’s “Top Teachers” by Lynchburg Living magazine.
By Bryan Gentry To see use the interactive history maps at Historic Sandusky, visit historicsandusky.org/lynchburg-history-map. On Lynchburg’s bloodiest days in the Civil War, Confederate soldiers marched uphill from the downtown […]
On Saturday, Jyoti Aggarwal will graduate from Lynchburg College with a Master of Education in Science Education. With the degree, she’ll be one step closer to becoming a chemistry professor. Asked about her career goals, she said, “It’s a pretty straightforward answer,” adding that she’s planned since high school to earn a PhD and teach at the university level.