Chemistry is a science that explores how matter interacts, combines and changes. As a chemist, I conduct experiments based on observations and careful planning that lead to quantifiable outcomes.
Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” At Longwood, we learn that, as citizen leaders, we are expected to do our part to make the world a better place.
"So far in my study, it looks like the Machodoc River, which we are on, has a population of 100 adult ospreys and approximately 8-10 bald eagles, with two speckled eagles and possibly 8-10 young chicks, also 50-100 osprey chicks."
Student won’t allow her experience as a foster child to define her life
Counseling students benefit from professor’s experience, perspective on treating opioid addiction
It's a win-win: International students get a great education while American students benefit from diversity and different perspectives.
In the spring of 2010, when Longwood was still in the process of seeking to join a Division I conference, I left the ofﬁce of a fellow athletics director with some blunt and discouraging feedback.