Funding a scholarship for a deserving Longwood student is now easier than ever before, thanks to an innovative initiative by the Office of Institutional Advancement
A history-making Longwood graduate has returned to campus as a member of her alma mater’s governing board.
Rabih Alameddine, a Lebanese-American fiction and essay writer known for his diverse and multifaceted storytelling, is the 2019 winner of the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature.
There is plenty to make the Longwood community feel proud in the latest college rankings.
The lure of the research lab was what one group of Longwood student scientists found irresistible this past summer—not the beach.
Longwood faculty members were recently awarded two grants from the National Science Foundation—totaling more than $1.2 million.
A TWO-YEAR GRANT of $50,000 will help Longwood Recovers, the university’s collegiate recovery program.
If you visited the typical elementary or middle school in Virginia, you might notice that the teachers are mostly women—and that male minority teachers are virtually absent from those classrooms.
ISCI 310: Stewardship of Public Waterways
When James Bennett ’21 was growing up, he thought he didn’t want to follow in the professional footsteps of his parents—both of whom are teachers.