Will Johnson ’22 is majoring in communication studies with concentration in digital media. His next step will be pursuing an MBA at Longwood and serving as a graduate assistant for the men’s basketball team.
Kimia Jahangiri ’22 is majoring in Chemistry with a concentration in secondary education. Her next step will be working as a chemistry teacher at Glen Allen High School.
Cecily Hayek ’22 is majoring in Biology. Her next step will be pursuing a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine.
At this time last year, Christian Wilson ’21 was preparing to graduate and savoring the last moments of his senior year.
Dr. Kathy Gee, Longwood associate professor and program coordinator of integrated environmental sciences, has been awarded a $185,000 grant to evaluate new methods for measuring bacteria in harvested rainwater.
What do you get when you spend a day working one-on-one with of a team of seasoned business professionals on your networking, resume-writing and interviewing skills? Lexi Marzloff ’22 got a job.
Longwood chemistry major Kaleigh Beale ’22 was selected to participate in Posters on the Hill—one of the most prestigious research showcases in the country.
The Spring Student Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry was held on April 20 and featured more than 250 student presentations from class research and independent research projects.
Two groundbreaking public servants who have dedicated their careers to the advancement of the Commonwealth and betterment of others will address the Longwood Class of 2022 in Commencement ceremonies on May 20th and 21st, 2022.
When Imani Johnson was a child, nothing was more fun than playing school—as long as she got to be the teacher.
Nine young writers from across Southside Virginia have been honored in the first Young Writers Competition at Longwood University.
Longwood’s Camerata and Chamber Singers will participate this month in a 20th anniversary performance of a composition that honors the spirit of a group of Jewish musicians who fought to maintain their humanity—and their music—while enduring the horrors of a Nazi concentration camp.
The provocative photographs of Stephon Slater ’23 that take on issues of race, history, and people of color will now shine brightly on a bigger stage at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Longwood University and Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) have developed a new partnership, dubbed an Early Assurance Program, to provide pathways for Longwood students who aspire to become a physician, physician’s assistant, surgical assistant or biomedical researcher.
Longwood’s chemistry program has been granted approval from the American Chemical Society (ACS), which sets the standards for undergraduate chemistry curriculums.
Dr. Kim Little, Longwood Nursing Department Chair, and Dr. Jackie Daniel, RN-BSN Program Director, have been awarded a $5,000 grant from Centra Health to provide free sports physicals to students enrolled in middle and high school grade levels in the public schools of Prince Edward, Cumberland, and Nottoway Counties.
Longwood has received more than 6,000 undergraduate applications for the third year in a row.
Jacqueline Amaya Hernandez ’23 chose Longwood because she fell in love with the close-knit campus community and individualized academic support and because financially it made sense.
As of this academic year, Longwood has a new option for chemistry majors who are interested in integrating the study of biology with chemistry—a new biochemistry concentration.
Longwood University has partnered with Curative, a medical testing company, to provide Covid-19 tests to the campus, Farmville and Southside communities with no out-of-pocket costs, the university announced Monday.
What would you do if the water coming out of your kitchen faucet could kill you?
For Brandon Carwile ‘16, his dream job covering the Green Bay Packers for USA Today’s PackersWire–requires Carwile to set aside his fandom and approach the game from as neutral a place as possible.
Movies can take us out of ourselves for a couple of hours, but they also can make us look inside ourselves and influence our beliefs about our role in society.
Getting into arguments is generally frowned upon, but it’s a requirement for students in Dr. Adam Blincoe’s Citizen 110 course, Choosing Well, Acting Right, Being Good.
They provide a backdrop against which scholars can examine globalization, race, power, multiculturalism, gender and social norms.