What’s trending? If it’s something to do with the impact of molecular structure on the performance of electronic devices, Jayden Metzger ’17 can probably tell you.
Cat Gambill, like many college students, looks forward to the end of the week. But unlike many of her friends, it’s not the prospect of relaxation or road trips that gets her excited—it’s the anticipation of looking at spreadsheets.
Improving early childhood education is a moral and economic imperative.
Stunning natural beauty, a bevy of ongoing research projects, and versatile flora and fauna make Longwood University’s Hull Springs Farm a perfect outdoor classroom.
While a warranty may not add value to a home’s sale price, it may help a house sell more quickly.
Teresa Fruchterman ’18 sat watching a video of an experiment that had just concluded, knowing what she was about to see: a mother rat ignoring a group of pups. Only that’s not what she saw.
Robert S. Wertz Jr. ’85 is elected as new rector. Gov. Terry McAuliffe appoints Katharine McKeown Bond ’98, Steven Gould, of Danville, and Nettie L. Simon-Owens, of South Boston, to the Board of Visitors.
Longwood biologist Dr. Dina Leech finds that blackwater rivers contribute as much organic carbon to the coastal ocean as larger, non-blackwater rivers, a fact that demands attention.
When a sea of visitors and media descend on the campus of Longwood University in October for the one and only Vice Presidential Debate of 2016, the work of student designer Landon Cooper ’16 will be front and center.
Across the country, Longwood alumni are winning top-teacher honors.