ENGL 215: Virginia Literature
In this, her seventh book, Tracy collected and edited the work of 19 other scholars from across various disciplines, as well as writing the introduction and an article.
Three well-known figures on campus with long experience at the university have taken on the biggest roles of their careers, joining the president’s cabinet and assuming a mantle of leadership.
The Brock Experiences’ first year was impactful and inspiring for the 37 students who set out this past summer to take a three-dimensional look at immigration and stewardship of public lands and waterways.
Danyelle Henderson ’20 has never shied away from a challenge, no matter how big.
For the third straight year, Longwood has moved up the charts in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges guide, continuing the sharpest ascent in the regional rankings over that time of any Virginia public university.
Instructor Dr. Christopher Jones ’93, M.S. ’94, associate professor and director of special education Deep Dive In this graduate-level course, future teachers work one-on-one with K-12 students engaging in disruptive classroom behavior.
In a ceremony in September, Longwood University unveiled a new monument that celebrates the consequential history of Farmville and its surrounding communities.
In September, the newest member of the Longwood Board of Visitors, Larry Palmer, underwent an initiation of sorts.
Two Caldecott winners, New York Times best-sellers, and Ezra Jack Keats and Coretta Scott King awards honorees entertained and inspired thousands of young people at the 5th annual Virginia Children’s Book Festival.