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University hosts ‘human library’
On September 5, students, faculty, and staff at the University of Lynchburg were invited to check out a “human book”[...]
West Virginia novelist leads off Thornton Reading series
The novelist Jessie van Eerden will open the University of Lynchburg’s Fall 2018 Thornton Reading series at 7:30 p.m. Thursday,[...]
Faculty, students putting new ‘creation space’ to good use
There’s a new “creation space” at Schewel Hall, where faculty and students can create online lessons, presentations, and even parts for telescopes. The space, located in Schewel 342, was a training lab for Lynchburg’s Office of Information Technology and Resources until Charley Butcher, an instructional technology specialist with ITR, thought it could be more than that.
Meet the new executive director of the Academic Achievement Center: Dr. Thomas Jordan
Dr. Thomas Jordan is quick to tell you that he wasn’t a great student early on in his college career. In fact, when he entered his freshman year at Pace University in New York, he was put in a remedial English class with two international students. Apparently, his writing was so bad, he said, that college officials thought English was not his first language.
Organ recital scheduled for Sept. 10
Dr. F. Johnson Scott, III, assistant professor of music at the University of Lynchburg, will perform an organ recital at 7:30 p.m. Monday, September 10, in Snidow Chapel. The public is invited and admission is free.
University recycles most materials from McWane Hall
The University of Lynchburg recycled about 85 percent of the materials from the McWane Hall demolition. The residence hall, located between Freer and Shackleford halls, was demolished in May to make way for a new living and learning community. The new complex also will be home to the Westover Honors College.
Kent State history professor lectures about ‘Star Spangled Fascism’ Sept. 20
Dr. Richard Steigmann-Gall, associate professor of history at Kent State University, will present a lecture at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 20, in the University of Lynchburg’s Hall Campus Center ballroom. The lecture, “Star Spangled Fascism: Antisemitism and Political Extremism, Past and Present,” is free and open to the public.
President Kenneth R. Garren to retire in 2020
Dr. Kenneth R. Garren will retire as president of the University of Lynchburg in 2020, the University announced this morning.[...]
Concerts scheduled for Parents and Family Weekend
Three concerts are scheduled during Parents and Family Weekend, September 14 to16, 2018.