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  • Social Work Students Visit

    SOWK students visit Social Work students from the New College Institute location in Martinsville

    On September 18, Longwood Social Work students from the New College Institute location in Martinsville visited the Longwood campus. They attended the official signing of the latest articulation agreement for the Social Work undergraduate program which will be offered at Patrick Henry Community College.  They also toured the campus and met with Social Work faculty, Dr. Theresa Clark and Ms. Mary Stebbins and the Dean of the College of Education and Human Services, Dr. Paul Chapman.  Ms. Janie Brazier, Off-Site Program Coordinator for Social Work, accompanied the students.

  • Exercise Science Students Serve PIE

    PIE Challenge 2015 Dr. Nate Saunders and some of the 38 exercise science research assistants.

    Exercise science students are serving the P.I.E. Wellness Challenge to 120 faculty, staff and students under the direction of Dr. Nate Saunders.  The research project seeks to improve the overall Physical, Intellectual, and Emotional wellness of the Longwood community.  Participants will be evaluated at the beginning and end of the 10-week session to chart their fitness levels.  During the challenge, participants record the duration and intensity of their daily exercise activities and report it weekly to their assigned activity mentor (an exercise science student).  This program will be offered again in the spring term.






  • PHETE Whistling Ceremony

    whistling ceremony 2015 Pictured L to R: 1st row-Jeff Wagnon, Lynsey Dunbar, Erica Mawyer, Tracy Frye 2nd row – Andy Lucas, Staci Guillemin, Ashley Brown, Karlie Schauer Back row -Paul McFarland, David Van, Chaley Timberlake Not pictured: Sara Butler and Griff Fowler

    Thirteen new teacher candidates were recently welcomed into the Physical and Health Education - Teacher Education program.  Faculty advisors present their advisees with whistles and lanyards as a celebration of their accomplishments and a welcome to the profession.  Parents, friends, and other PHETE majors attended.  The guest speaker this year was Mr. Chris Gibbs (Longwood ’08), who is currently teaching in Shanghai, China.  His video presentation was well received and can be viewed here.


Dean's Message

When you come to Longwood University and enroll in a major in the College of Education and Human Services (CEHS), you should know that you have arrived at a "special" place. Read the entire message