The concerns of gay or transgendered parents worried about revealing their sexual orientation to adult children may be unfounded.
An article about research by Longwood economics professors Dr. David Lehr and Dr. Melanie Marks appeared in the Nov. 13 issue of the Harrisonburg Daily News-Record.
Sirens will be heard on campus Tuesday, Nov. 26, due to the university testing its mass alert system.
The revolutionary power of residential liberal arts education and the critical role of citizen leaders in today’s society were among the topics that Longwood University’s 26th president, W. Taylor Reveley IV, touched on in his inaugural address.
Longwood students are a breed of their own. They have passion. They know excitement. And they like Baked Alaska. Here are ten ways you know you’re a Longwood student.
Dr. Kevin Doyle, assistant professor of counselor education, has appointed by Gov. Bob McDonnell to the Virginia Board of Counseling.
Advice and quips from Longwood professors.
When W. Taylor Reveley IV is officially installed as Longwood University’s 26th president on Friday, Nov. 15, he will be the third generation of his family to be inaugurated as the leader of an institution of higher education in Virginia.
Many of the most commonly cited remedies for improving educational test scores—shrinking class sizes, boosting teacher salaries or hiring teachers with advanced degrees—actually have little power to predict Standards of Learning (SOL) pass rates.
Dr. Larissa "Kat" Tracy, associate professor of medieval literature, is featured this week on the National Public Radio show With Good Reason.