• 2018 Graduate Research Symposium

    As a part of the Spring Symposium for Research and Creative Inquiry, 63 Longwood graduate students, spanning six programs, participated in the 3rd annual Graduate Research Symposium.

  • Graduate Student Gets Published!

    Graduate student Brittany Bishop of the Counselor Education program is recently published in the Counseling and Values Journal with her article “Advocating for Atheist Clients in the Counseling Profession.

  • CSD goes to SHAV

    First year students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate program presented research at the Speech-Language Hearing Association Conference in Williamsburg, VA.

  • Graduate Spotlight: Health and Physical Education Program

    This week’s graduate spotlight is focusing on the Health and Physical Education graduate program

    Health & Physical Education
  • SPEAK Out! Day

    In February 6 students and professor Kari Hampton from the Health and Physical Education master's program attended SHAPE America's Speak Out! Day in Washington D.C.

  • GSA Paint Night

    10 Graduate Students met at Red Door 104 for a fun paint night!

    GSA Paint Night 2018
  • Professional Development Day

    Longwood University Graduate students kicked off the semester with a Professional Development day!

  • 2017 VAASL Conference

    Over 300 current graduate students and alumni of the School Librarianship program attended the conference!

    VAASL Alumni Event 2017
  • Graduate Student Gathering Space

    Graduate students now have their own space in the Greenwood library. Special thanks to Dean Roberts to allocating this space!

  • CGPS Handing Out Candy

    On Monday, two graduate assistants for the College of Graduate and Professional Studies handed out candy, and information about Longwood's graduate programs, to students on Brock Commons.

CGPS Hosting Region 8 Teacher Summer Institutes

College of Graduate & Professional Studies Summer Institutes

The College of Graduate and Professional Studies is pleased to announce they will be hosting several hundred educators from Region 8 and surrounding areas for a Summer Institute. On June 25th and 26th these educators will be attending Balanced Literacy, Performance Based Assessments, Word Study and Elementary and Secondary workshops! Please welcome them as they utilize large portions of Maugans Alumni Center and Blackwell Hall from 9-3 and as some make their way to Moton Museum on the 26th! We are so excited to be hosting this amazing opportunity for teaching and learning.

If you have any questions, please contact: Cindy Harris at harrisco@longwood.edu