It’s that time of year when food takes center stage, but the holiday traditions of turkey, pumpkin pie and Santa-shaped sugar cookies are more than just dinner and dessert to Longwood University professor Dr. Ryan Stouffer.
The Fall Student Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry featured a mix of virtual presentations and in-person poster sessions, oral presentations and discussions.
Summer is an exciting time for new Lancers—a time of hope for new beginnings and anticipation of what the future holds. We asked 21 incoming freshmen to tell us what they are looking forward to most about Longwood and one interesting fact about them.
The “do your own thing” spirit is alive and well today at Longwood when it comes to student organizations.
Brandon Jones ’21 is majoring in communication studies with a concentration in digital media; minor in political science. His next step will be working full time and then starting Longwood’s online MBA program in spring 2022.
Casey Williams ’21 is majoring in business administration with a concentration in management and finance; minor in economics and supply chain endorsement. Her next step will be working as an operations manager at Target Upstream Distribution Center in Suffolk.
Taiya Jarrett ’21 is majoring in communication studies with a concentration in public relations. Her next step will be pursuing a master’s degree in journalism at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
Austin Van Horn ‘21 is majoring in History. His next step will be pursuing a master’s degree in higher education and student affairs at Indiana University
Keira Naff ‘21 is majoring in Chemistry with a concentration in secondary education. Her next step will be working as a chemistry teacher at Charles J. Colgan High School in Manassas.
We are highlighting some of the incoming freshmen who will make up Longwood’s Class of 2025.