Professional development for student researchers.

Professional development for student researchers.

The Office of Student Research facilitates participation in student research and provides professional development for students. 

Scholars ranging from scientists to sculptors pursue answers to questions. Students who undertake research gain confidence to work independently, experience in working collaboratively, refined information literacy abilities and communication skills. 


We offer individual consultations with Dr. Amorette Barber, Director of Office of Student Research, to help you translate your passions into viable research topics.


  • Call for Submissions for Incite

    Encourage your students to submit to Incite, Longwood University’s undergraduate journal of research and scholarship.

  • Longwood Senior Thesis Program

    Do you want to conduct independent research at a level well beyond the ordinary demands of a classroom course? If so, please consider applying for the Senior Thesis Program.