From science to sculpting, Longwood students have it covered. We've collected a range of undergraduate and graduate scholarly work and achievements, across all of Longwood's disciplines, to showcase at this year's symposium.
This fall you can view the presentations, ask questions, and comment on research and scholarly work from numerous students from all of Longwood's academic colleges. There will be a mix of asynchronous and synchronous student presentations.
You'll be in a semiprofessional setting, comparable to an international conference or discipline-specific symposium, and talk to people from across campus — and the local community — about your research.
Here are a few ways you can present your scholarly work:
Also, you'll explore and develop skills in these areas:
The ForagerOne Symposium platform is an easy-to-use virtual forum to share students' projects.
Through ForagerOne, students can submit their presentations directly to our ForagerOne Symposium site and
File formats will be provided soon.
Virtual asynchronous (prerecorded presentation) and synchronous (live presentation) options are available for the Fall Student Showcase
The ForagerOne Symposium platform allows us to host the Fall Showcase both as a private and public event.
The asynchronous student presentations will be available virtually for viewing by people with a Longwood affiliation, keeping the event private to the Longwood community, starting Wednesday, November 18, 2020 through Friday, November 20
Students who wish to not make their presentations public will have their presentations removed from the ForagerOne site on November 20 at 5:00 p.m.
Live virtual presentation sessions will open for viewing to the general public Saturday, November 21.
Student presentations will remain posted on the Fall Student Showcase 2020 site and remain viewable by the general public after November 21.
April 21, 2020
We encourage you to view and comment on the Spring Student Showcase presentations April 22-24
April 21, 2020
Please join us for a live, virtual session to learn about the PRISM student research projects