Longwood University has been named the host institution of the Virginia Geographic Alliance, a statewide partnership between college professors and K-12 teachers dedicated to improving geographic awareness and skills.
Meg Gruber, president of the Virginia Education Association, will speak Wednesday, March 12, at 7 p.m. in Molnar Recital Hall in Wygal.
Sirens will sound on campus Tuesday, March 11, at about 9:45 a.m. for about 30 seconds as part of a statewide tornado drill.
The first wind symphony concert at Longwood University this semester will feature two talented students who have not yet made it to college.
Can we figure out climate change? The hot topic (literally) makes news all the time as the global community tries to address the problem. Global models predict average temperatures will rise by 2 degrees by the turn of the next century.
A Longwood University professor’s research might help middle-school teachers improve their students' scores on SOL mathematics tests.
The Longwood Alumni Association Awards, established in 2010, recognize alumni and others for their outstanding achievements and service. This year’s awards were presented at a Feb. 7 dinner on campus.
Dr. Charles W. Sydnor Jr., a nationally recognized expert on the Holocaust who is executive director of the Virginia Holocaust Museum, will speak Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. in Longwood University’s Wygal Auditorium.
Three members of the Longwood University theatre faculty received regional Meritorious Achievement Awards from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival for their work on Longwood Theatre’s production of The Love of Three Oranges.
Let’s be honest. You hear the acronym QEP, along with other academia jargon, and your eyes glaze over. B-O-R-I-N-G. But let’s assume in this case it’s a bit more interesting than you might think… because it really is.