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'll hear about research and scholarly work from numerous students from all of Longwood's academic colleges.
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:
November 19, 2018
Please join us on November 27th from 3:30 - 5:30pm for the Fall Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry.
April 20, 2018
Come see Dr. Celestine Woodruff, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at James Madison University, discuss how studying curvature can help identify sinkholes during the Mathematics and Computer Science Colloquium on April 24th.