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Online Education Instructions
ALL Longwood students, graduate and undergraduate, must complete this mandatory online training related to Title IX. An e-mail was sent to your Longwood e-mail account on Wednesday, August 27, 2014.
Deadline for Completion of the Training: October 1, 2014
Instructions included in the e-mail are:
Go to www.mystudentbody.com and login in using the following information:
Login: Longwood Email (email@example.com)
Initial password is your date of birth in this format: YYYYMMDD
NOTE: You will be prompted to change your password when you initially log-in.
From the My Stuff page, select the Essentials Course by clicking the Take Now under Status.
Graduate Areas of Study
We offer 7 graduate majors with 17 degree concentrations, 4 professional endorsement programs and 1 certificate program.
Longwood offers graduate programs designed to meet the needs of adult learners. Programs can be offered on campus, off campus, full-time or part-time. Some programs also offer distance education options to assist working professionals, but all programs retain Longwood's trademark personal interaction and student focus. Check with the coordinator of your program to see what options are available.
PHETE grad students visit the General Assembly
As part of the Contemporary Issues in Health and Physical Education course, masters students in the health and physical education concentration traveled to the General Assembly. In preparation for the trip, the students researched several bills and had the opportunity to meet with Senator Garrett assistant on the topics. The group also toured the capitol, sat in on a meeting of the House of Delegates (where they were recognized by Delegate Edmunds). In addition, they met the lobbyist for the Virginia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance and met with Attorney General Mark Herring in his office.
Longwood Professors in the Field
Dr. Katherine Wiesendanger, professor in the Literacy & Culture graduate program, demonstrates a reading lesson to students in King William County Public Schools as part of the program's practicum. During the practicum course, graduate candidates and professors work together in the field to identify and solve problems in literacy education.
Professor serves as role model for future school librarians
Audrey Church, associate professor in the Department of Education and Special Education, has been the coordinator of the School Library Media graduate program for 12 years. In this position, she serves as a role model for those entering the school library profession.
Jeannine R. Perry, Ph.D.
Kathy E. K. Charleston
Katie H. Manis
Brooke L. Greenbank
Graduate Admissions Assistants