Any oncologist will tell you that catching cancer early is the best chance to fight and beat the disease. Often the groundwork for early detection is laid in the research lab.
Shake your tail feather? How does that help birds in flight? Catherine Swinsky '20 is spending her summer birdwatching to investigate.
Sarah Dooley ’21 might one day be able to sample the fruits of her summer research at Third Street Brewing—Farmville’s craft brewery.
Dr. Amorette Barber, an associate professor of biology, has been a devoted teacher during her eight years at Longwood. She’s also been busy in her research lab, where she involves students in her work to develop more effective cancer treatments.
Brianna LaFratta ’20 she is participating in the PRISM summer research initiative — Longwood’s signature program that pairs students with faculty members for eight weeks of intensive paid research work.
A two-year grant of $50,000 will help Longwood Recovers, the university’s collegiate recovery program, reach more students and hire additional help to grow services for students in recovery or considering making a change in that direction.
Longwood is proud to recognize more than 1,000 students named to the Dean’s List and President’s List for the 2019 fall semester.
Josh Walker '20 didn’t come to Longwood thinking about molecular electronics, but that’s all he’s doing these days.
Farmville Town Council passed a resolution recognizing Longwood alumna Joan Perry Brock ’64, which was presented to her during Alumni Weekend on June 1.
Chaniece Williams ’19 will put the political science degree she earned last month to use beginning today, when she reports for work in Gov. Ralph Northam’s administration through the prestigious Governor’s Fellows Program.