We sat down with just a few of the women across campus who have created a STEM-based initiative and who work closely with students on STEM research.
Hailey Belote ’23 and Gabrielle Bustillos ’24 are wrapping up their tenure as the first-ever Moss Scholars, a collaborative program between the Moton Museum and Longwood University that commemorates the legacy of Dr. C. G. Gordon Moss.
Veteran educators Dr. Amy Cashwell ’97, and Dr. Chip Jones ’97, M.S. ’04, have been recognized by their peers as regional Superintendents of the Year and are now among eight contenders in the running to be named the commonwealth’s 2024 Virginia Superintendent of the Year later this month.
Emily Robertson ’24 is the first Lancer to earn the honor of being selected for a Harry. S. Truman Scholarship.
Longwood University faculty members were recently awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) totaling $1.45 million to recruit and support future secondary school teachers who want to teach science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects in Southside and southwestern Virginia.
Dr. Don Blaheta, associate professor of computer science at Longwood University, has been appointed chief reader of the Advanced Placement (AP) exam for computer science.
Antonio Harvey ’25 first walked into a Longwood chemistry lab as a high school student and fell in love with the field.
Uruguayan American author and novelist Carolina De Robertis will visit Longwood University to receive the and read from their work on Wednesday, April 5.
Again, Longwood Nursing has shown that it is not only among the top nursing programs in Virginia, but across the country.
Farmville—The tax deadline is approaching fast, but many local residents can relax—help is available.