Eight retiring Longwood University faculty members were honored March 23 at a campus reception.
You don’t always need to be a botanist or zoologist to contribute to science. Thanks to Longwood University’s Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences participation in BioBlitz, anyone can play the role of scientific observer.
Songwriter, author and peace activist David LaMotte will speak Tuesday, March 28, at 7 p.m. in Longwood University’s Wygal Auditorium on “Worldchanging 101: Challenging the Myth of Powerlessness.”
First, they reshaped the American retail industry; now they are helping to reshape the Longwood experience.
If you think animation is only for kids, the upcoming Longwood Animation Film Festival will make you think again. A wide range of subjects for all ages will be showcased in what is believed to be the only film festival in Virginia devoted completely to animation.
Dr. Larissa “Kat” Tracy edited and is among the contributors to Flaying in the Pre-Modern World: Practice and Representation, the latest of numerous books she has published on torture, brutality and violence in the Middle Ages.
Longwood’s College of Business and Economics continues to rack up accolades with a recent spate of rankings that places the online MBA program and real estate department among the best in the country and world.
Danzy Senna, a novelist and short story author who burst onto the American literary scene in 1998 with her critically acclaimed first novel Caucasia, will be awarded the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature this spring at Longwood University.
On Tuesday, Zoe Chace will share lessons learned from a year on the road in an election year at Longwood University in a talk presented by the Office of Alumni and Career Services, and the departments of Sociology and Communication Studies.
Junior kinesiology major Kevin Napier has been nominated by Longwood University for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship.