Chris Kukk, the charismatic professor of political science and social science and founding director of the Center for Compassion, Creativity and Innovation at Western Connecticut State University is absolutely bubbling with ideas about the possibilities for Longwood’s Cormier Honors College for Citizen Scholars.
We caught up with Reilly Fox ’20 to find out about her post-Longwood plans. She’ll be working with patients with brain injuries and spinal cord injuries as a certified therapeutic recreation specialist at the new Sheltering Arms Institute in Richmond.
The FreshBoyz Club, an organization started by Longwood alum Louis Gould III ’19 is giving away free lunches every Friday during the month of May
With nearly 200 clubs and organizations at Longwood University, students can become as involved as they want to be.
Longwood’s associate vice president for wellness and auxiliary services talks about the planning underway to ensure campus safety when students return in the fall
We caught up with Sutton Reekes ’20 to find out about her post-Longwood plans to move across the country and begin graduate school at the University of Southern California.
When Covid-19 hit and a local company was figuring out how to pivot from manufacturing kayak components to PPE (personal protective equipment), one of the places they turned for help was the local Small Business Development Center, headquartered at Longwood University.
Karen Emerson ’20 is majoring in Business administration with a concentration in accounting and a double minor in mathematics and economics. Her next step will be a summer internship in Singapore, then pursuing dual master’s degrees—one in international business and the other in business analytics—at the Hult International Business School in Dubai.
Jeancarlo “JC” Siles ’20 is majoring in Psychology with a minor in sociology. His next step will be job searching and taking a gap year before pursuing a master’s degree.
Bethany Adams ’20 is majoring in Chemistry. Her next step will be pursuing a Ph.D. in chemistry at Clemson University.