Longwood biologist Dr. Dina Leech finds that blackwater rivers contribute as much organic carbon to the coastal ocean as larger, non-blackwater rivers, a fact that demands attention.
When a sea of visitors and media descend on the campus of Longwood University in October for the one and only Vice Presidential Debate of 2016, the work of student designer Landon Cooper ’16 will be front and center.
Across the country, Longwood alumni are winning top-teacher honors.
The last week of Sept. will be one of the busiest in the history of Longwood: administrators, faculty, and staff will be in final preparations for the arrival of the vice presidential candidates, who will take the stage in Willett Hall for a debate.
Longwood's pre-service teachers find their own classroom learning proves an invaluable tool when reaching their students.
Kristen Topham, of Longwood's music department, hopes summer camps will become and annual affair. The Longwood Center for Community Music, an outreach of Longwood University’s music department, will hold a summer piano camp June 6-10.
Dan Balz, chief correspondent of the Washington Post, and Jim Lehrer, the legendary PBS Newshour host who has moderated 12 Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates, will speak at upcoming major university events.
Free speech and hearing screenings are the Longwood University’s Speech, Hearing and Learning Services' latest community offering.
The National Science Foundation awards Longwood the second-largest federal grant in the University's history.
The Longwood University Center for Financial Responsibility helps open teens' eyes to the truth about money.