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 […]
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.
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.
Nat LeDonne ’18
Nat took her first photography class her sophomore year at Lynchburg. Fast forward two years and Nat was a common sight on campus, shooting photos for the Office of Marketing and Communications (MARCOM) and at Hornets athletic events.
Dustin Williams ’05
What will you do with a Lynchburg degree? How about starting your own theater company? Wolfbane Productions founder and artistic director Dustin Williams ’05 was a senior when his theatre professor encouraged him to get involved with the whole process in a production of “Into the Woods.”
Emily Brown ’02
Emily hasn’t let an opportunity pass her by since graduating from Lynchburg. She’s been a features reporter for the Potomac News and Manassas Journal Messenger, a CityGuide editor for AOL, and she worked for Stars & Stripes, an independent military newspaper. Now, Emily is the managing editor of platforms and programming at USA Today.
Francessca Vasquez ’00
Francessca is now the vice president of technology at Amazon Web Services. She often thinks back to what she learned at Lynchburg, both in and out of the classroom — lessons about leadership and teamwork, communication, and community. “When I first set foot on campus, the sense of community was instant.”
Nick Savino ’19
Nick spent a summer doing experimental research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Through a highly competitive internship funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, Nick had the opportunity to do research, participate in professional development workshops, and present his findings to colleagues.
Erik Oehler ’20
Erik’s passion is exercise. When he discovered exercise physiology, he decided to make a career of helping people achieve their fitness goals, from losing weight to being able to do their first pull up.