Longwood University’s speaker for this year’s undergraduate commencement has experience as a coroner’s investigator, a police detective, a park ranger—and many other roles—in his career as a television actor on popular shows including "The Closer."
For one group of history-making Longwood University graduates it’s not so much about mortarboards and tassels—it’s all about the pin.
The Office of Community and Economic Development (OCED), formally established May 1, will forge a closer link with area economic development efforts by making the university’s research, public service and outreach resources more accessible.
Four students from Longwood University’s College of Business and Economics have been selected to participate in an all-expenses-paid research internship at Carnegie Mellon University this summer.
A person’s willingness to lie can be predicted with surprising accuracy through a questionnaire developed by a Longwood University faculty member who studies "deception detection."
Longwood’s Alternative Spring Break program joined recently with Study Abroad to take students to the Dominican Republic.
Scientific and mathematic exploration at Longwood University is getting a boost from a new summer research program that pairs students and faculty in an eight-week intensive partnership.
Longwood University has named Dr. Paul E. Chapman as its new dean of the College of Education and Human Services. Chapman will begin his new responsibilities on July 1.
Longwood University’s effort to promote transdisciplinary education through the Longwood at Yellowstone National Park (YNP) project will be examined in a campus presentation.
Longwood University’s Camerata Singers will perform with the Richmond Symphony in a musical tribute to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation on Saturday, April 13, at 8 p.m. at Richmond CenterStage’s Carpenter Theater.