“While I plan on immersing myself as a school counselor after graduating, I also realize my goals extend beyond school counseling, trickling into supporting the underprivileged broader communities.
Laurel Nicks ’21
Major: Chemistry (BS) Minors: Biology, Environmental Studies, History For chemistry major and Westover Fellow Laurel Nicks ’21, the “endless possibilities” at Lynchburg made her time here special. “There’s so much […]
Alyson Black ’16
Majors: Biomedical Science (BS), Chemistry (BS) Minor: Mathematics Alyson Black ’16 has made great strides since graduating from Lynchburg with bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and biomedical science. In 2020, she […]
Christian Kumar ’22
Major: Exercise Physiology (BS) Christian Kumar ’22 was a very popular student! An exercise physiology major, he was the captain of the men’s tennis team, concertmaster of the Wind Symphony […]
Jess Cochrane ’23
At Lynchburg, Jess Cochrane ’23 has learned that psychology and other social factors play a vital role in understanding crime. Also, she learned that how we perceive criminal behavior can have a significant impact on society as a whole.
Delia LoSapio ’19
Delia LoSapio was busy in her time at Lynchburg, pursuing a biomedical science major, three minors, serving as captain of the University EMS squad, and participated in Westover Honors. She’s studied abroad in Africa, played goalie for the soccer team, and has published her own scientific research.
Em Maxey ’23
For art major and graphic design minor Em Maxey, our campus is an open space for them to be them.
Joshua Carr ’24
Joshua Carr is a native of Lynchburg, Virginia, and majoring in theatre at the University of Lynchburg. He’s been secretary of the school’s NAACP Collegiate Chapter and has participated in many school productions including when he portrayed a historic Lynchburg character in the Old City Cemetery’s annual Candlelight Tours in 2021.
Lacey Teal ’21, ’22 MPH
“I’ve always had a passion for health and wellness and knew that I wanted to make a positive difference for individuals and communities,” says health promotion major Lacey Teal. “The University of Lynchburg and the professors in my department have set me up for success.
Patricia Aronson, PhD, LAT, LPTA, ATC
Pat Aronson has a wealth of experience, is decorated with awards, and has a deep love for Lynchburg. During her many years at Lynchburg, she has served as the head athletic trainer, clinical education coordinator, and faculty athletic representative. She has been a certified athletic trainer for over 30 years and spent the first five years of her career working as an athletic trainer at Northwestern University.