Management 391: Professional Skills Development
“It feels like I’m living in a hotel,” said Austin Van Horn ’19
“Research opens your mind to new ideas,” says Mahelet Mamo ’18, a biology major from Herndon
Students spend an evening helping with census of region’s homeless population
Two Longwood students who want to serve their country in the critical field of cybersecurity have attracted the attention and support of the commonwealth of Virginia—to the tune of $20,000 annually for up to two years
books by alumni, faculty, staff and friends
Pride in the success of hosting the Oct. 4 vice presidential debate continues to glow across Longwood.
The so-called dean of American presidential debate moderators expressed his hope at Convocation that Americans would work to heal political divisions after the presidential election.
MARIA BRISTOW STARKE FACULTY EXCELLENCE AWARD Dr. Leigh Lunsford, professor of mathematics
It’s literally impossible to do any better: 100 percent of Longwood’s 2016 nursing graduates passed the national licensure examination for registered nurses on their ﬁrst attempt.