Longwood online MBA receives top honor for third consecutive year.
2016 Virginia Children's Book Festival authors sweep the industry's top literary awards.
Longwood's real estate faculty is recognized for excellence by their peers.
Dr. Lissa Power-deFur, professor of communication sciences and disorders, has published a new textbook that analyzes Common Core standards and provides interventions to meet student needs.
Several of the 200 known archaeological sites along the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck are prehistoric—dating from as early as 9,000 years ago.
Longwood University’s Modern Genetics biology course is more than just lectures and labs. It’s a research-focused experience for students—some of whom contributed to a published peer-reviewed scientific paper—in a nationwide genomics research project
At the Battle of Shrewsbury in 1403, future King Henry V was shot in the face with an arrow that lodged six inches deep into the back of his skull. A surgeon saved his life.
As Lt. John Johnson stood on downtown Main Street near the parking meters, drivers knew what that meant. Or so they thought.
Seamless walking and bicycle connections to a great college-town Main Street. Gardens galore. A new performing arts center on the edge of campus to serve Longwood and the region.
New data show Longwood University’s total impact on the surrounding community and state economies has increased 28 percent in the last eight years.