As a center of pedagogical excellence— and host to a burgeoning children’s book festival— Longwood is leading the ﬁght to keep kids reading
Longwood community works on many fronts to make the system better for one of society’s most vulnerable populations.
Meet the unwavering champion of Longwood’s ginkgo, windmill palms, magnolias, catalpas, maples, firs, fig, locusts, crape myrtles, cypresses, pecans, pines, cedars, oaks...
Mary Farley Ames Lee ’38, who later bequeathed her 626-acre farm on the Potomac River to Longwood, asked me to find out.
New Tenure-Track Faculty Infuse Campus with Fresh Experiences, Enthusiasm, Ideas
Trey Nichols ’03 remembers the day he fully committed to vegetarianism. He drove past a chicken truck in Chesterfield County and was appalled at the conditions the birds were living in.
The Class of 2017 celebrates and prepares to meet the future head-on
On spring and summer mornings, Terry Hudgins ’84 wakes up before the sun, getting outside before the dew burns off the knee-high sea of fescue in the side field of his Buckingham County farm.
At Longwood, students are the primary beneficiaries of the commitment the university makes to faculty members in one of higher education’s most venerable traditions
The Tenure and Promotion Process