A group called SELF works for others.
Impressed by her work at the Longwood Center for the Visual arts, the Smithsonian Institution offers graduating senior Catherine Kinsley a research position.
Variation in the amount of organic matter in lake sediments—a critical factor in understanding and tracking the carbon cycle—is linked to algae production in arctic lakes, according to a new study by Longwood biology professor Dr. Ken Fortino.
Mary Alexander ’16 and Jennifer Thompson ’17 talked to members of the class of 2016 as they complete their final projects and presentations before heading off into the "real world."
Looking for somewhere different to study? Mary Alexander ’16 and Jennifer Thompson ’17 suggest some perfect nearby spots to prepare during exam week.
For nearly a century, the names of 104 men sat in a dusty file in the National Archives. The list, lost to history, gave scant information on a group of African-American doctors who volunteered in World War I, some of whom were killed in battle.
When it comes to grief and bereavement, a generational divide is extant on social media.
The intense pressure of university research can lead to questionable methods, even ethical breaches.
You don’t always need to be a botanist or zoologist to contribute to science. Thanks to Longwood University’s participation in a statewide effort, anyone can play the role of scientific observer this Saturday.
"Their Voices, Our History," a collaboration between Longwood University and the Moton Museum, reveals stunningly personal insight into the Prince Edward County school closings.