FOUR CYBER SECURITY experts convened on campus in October to discuss the biggest challenges facing the global IT community and what citizens can do to protect their private data from cybercriminals.
Turk, historian of the U.S. Marshals Service, described this as “a completely new take on Billy the Kid.
Bigger than The Hungry Caterpillar’s appetite. More beguiling than The Cat in the Hat. More fun than a day with Pinkalicious.
Dr. Amorette Barber, an associate professor of biology, has been a devoted teacher during her eight years at Longwood.
LONGWOOD’S EFFORTS to create a healthier campus have received top honors in a worldwide assessment—an achievement just 54 other universities can boast.
Longwood is freezing undergraduate tuition next year for all new and returning students, continuing a commitment to being a leading Virginia public university when it comes to keeping college costs affordable.
Students receiving undergraduate degrees at this year’s Commencement ceremony in May heard from civil rights pioneer and education advocate Skip Griffin.
A section of campus never known as Longwood’s most attractive will soon be among its most vibrant and inviting— anchored by a new convocation and events center made possible by the largest donation in Longwood’s history, from philanthropist Joan Perry Brock ’64.
LONGWOOD’S INITIAL-LICENSURE teacher-preparation programs have been reaccredited through 2026 by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
From the busy streets of historic Boston to the grandeur of the wild West, this summer’s newest Brock Experiences courses showed participating students what America is made of and opened their eyes to critical environmental and social issues.