A group from University of Lynchburg’s physician assistant medicine program recently spent a week providing medical care to more than 400 people in the Dominican Republic. In their third-annual medical […]
Biology professor Dr. Takashi Maie and two students traveled to Japan last month to experience the country’s culture and also study the goby fish, an “evolutionary marvel” known for its […]
This was the second time that professors Dr. David Richards and Dr. Nichole Sanders took students to Cuba since the United States eased travel restrictions for educational purposes.
Two groups of University of Lynchburg medical students started 2016 by teaching and serving in the Caribbean. Nine students from the Doctor of Physical Therapy program worked with special education […]
Fifteen Lynchburg College students are exploring South African history and literature up close and in person this summer.
Ten University of Lynchburg students are exploring cities, villages, and the rainforest in Brazil to learn more about the challenges posed by construction and development. Along the way, they are providing […]
Studying the life of Winston Churchill taught Westover Honors students about courage and perseverance in addition to World War II and political history.
The world of Winston Churchill is at the fingertips of a group of Lynchburg College honors students this spring break.
Nineteen students from LC’s Westover Honors Program are in Great Britain this week as part of an honors colloquium on the former British prime minister who led the country during World War II.
Seven LC professors are leading more than 60 students on study abroad experiences in Chile, Costa Rica, Greece and Italy during the January 2015 term.
A total of 22 students are learning Spanish for three weeks in Costa Rica.
Evelyn “Evy” Keeney-Ritchie ’16 is one of 50 students nationwide awarded a $1,000 Study Abroad Grant from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
A junior from Atlanta, Ga.