Lieutenant John Johnson is by far the longest-tenured member of the Longwood University Police Department, having spent more than two decades patrolling campus.
When First Lady Suzanne S. Youngkin visited Farmville to tour the “My Ukraine” exhibition at the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, she had no idea she would find the artist for her and Governor Glenn Youngkin’s official Christmas card.
Last season’s Longwood basketball magic was unforgettable.
Dr. Jennifer Miskec’s face lights up and she gets visibly animated when she starts talking about the Fulbright Program and the valuable international connections she has made over the past three years.
Today an ambitious partnership that will increase access to resources became a reality in Farmville.
The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) office at Longwood has been awarded a grant totaling $135,625 through the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) in partnership with the Virginia Health Care Foundation (VHCF).
For Joe Gills '15, a computer scientist at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), it was an email that popped into his inbox that shifted his focus, enabling him to pursue new opportunities around the world.
Travis Lyles '15, deputy social director at The Washington Post, recently was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List, which recognizes trailblazing innovators across North America.
Tucked in the woods just outside of Farmville is perhaps the best-kept secret of the arts community at Longwood: a wood-fired kiln large enough to turn hundreds of clay pots, sculptures, vases, and mugs into ceramics at once.
Longwood University is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2022 John Dos Passos Prize, the oldest literary award given by a Virginia college or university, which honors one of America’s most talented but underappreciated writers.