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Students Publish in Undergraduate Research Journal
Alexander W. Morton and Casey Gailey published papers in the 2016 issue of Incite: Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship. Morton published a paper entitled, “Worth More Than a Thousand Words: A Visual Rhetorical Discussion of Virtual Reality in ‘Clouds Over Sidra.’”  Gailey published a paper entitled, “Who Says: How Selena Gomez and the Scene Attempt to Subvert Popular Standards of ... Continue reading →
Invited Keynotes from Sean Ruday and Jennie Miskec
Jennie Miskec has been selected to deliver the keynote lecture in Zagreb in October at the opening of an international conference,  "A Century of Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić's Croatian Tales of Long Ago." Stemming from her work during recent summer courses offered in Croatia (with David Hardin), Dr. Miskec's presentation is titled “Croatian Children’s Culture Abroad."  Meanwhile, Sean Ruday was invited ... Continue reading →
Welcome to ENGL 305: Rhetoric and Public Culture!
Welcome to the course blog for Rhetoric and Public Culture: Presidential Debates in a Global Theater! This blog will serve as a medium for us to communicate about our course, which will provide you with the rhetorical tools essential for global citizen leadership. Our class will allow you to delve into classical and contemporary rhetorical principles ... Continue reading →
OSR Positions
Summer Undergraduate Research And Inquiry (SURI) Program Coordinator The Summer Undergraduate Research And Inquiry (SURI) Program Coordinator oversees the pre-program activities as well as the summer research program. The Program Coordinator will be selected in consultation with an ad-hoc selection committee comprised of faculty and will report to the Director of the Office of Student ... Continue reading →
Welcome to 'On The Campaign Trail'
The brainchild of Professor Mike Mergen, this collaborative project teams Longwood University student photographers and reporters together during the Fall 2016 semester in order to get hands-on experience in intense, live political event coverage. Students in Professor Mergen's directed study will work together with students in Professor Jeff Halliday's advanced media writing course to use ... Continue reading →
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Welcome to Longwood Blogs. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
Hello world!
Welcome to Longwood Blogs. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!