Becoming a Citizen of NASCAR Nation

John Miller, assistant professor of early American literature at Longwood University, will speak Wednesday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. in Longwood’s Chichester Science Center G12 on “Becoming a Citizen of NASCAR Nation: Toyota, Stock Car Racing, and American Culture in an Era of Globalization.”

Ramesh Rao

Ramesh Rao’s paper titled “Talking to the Dying: Hindu Views, Hindu Ways” submitted for presentation at the Southern States Communication Association Convention (April 2010) has been adjudged the top paper in the Intercultural Communication division. Ramesh presented a paper titled “Finding Space for Hinduism in the Public Square: Breaking Barriers, Creating Opportunities,” at the National […]

Joe Montoya

Joe Montoya will present a poster & podium presentation of his clinical research on obese Mexican-American adults at the annual Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioner Conference and Howard University Diversity Conference in March 2010.

John Miller

John Miller had an article, “A Forest of Sharp Bayonets at Your Breast”: The Nature of Resistance in William Gilmore Simms’s  “Notes from Bartram,” published in the Summer/Winter 2009 issue of The Simms Review.

Patricia Lust

Patricia Lust presented a session entitled Musical Illustration: An Infusion of Fine Arts to Enliven the General Elementary Classroom at the 2009 Mountain Lake Colloquium.

Naomi Johnson

Naomi Johnson’s case study “The Whole Package: Commodifying the Self” will be published this year in the upcoming book “Casing Interpersonal Communication: Case Studies in Personal and Social Relationships.”

Brett Hursey

[kml_flashembed movie=”” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] Brett Hursey’s plays won 28 national and international awards and were produced 40 times in 2009. 15 of these productions appeared off/off-off Broadway in Manhattan. Additionally, two of his shows will be performed in festivals at the 2010 Olympics.

Tim Holmstrom

Tim Holmstrom and colleagues at Jefferson Lab have had their paper “High Resolution Spectroscopy of N-16(Lambda) by Electroproduction” published in Physical Review Letters, volume 103, 2009

Mark Fink

Mark Fink received a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality‟s Coastal Zone Management Program for his work on biodiversity assessment of the Living Shore-lines of Longwood’s Hull Springs Farm. Also, his article “Preparing future teachers: Using a SENCER approach to positively affect dispositions toward science” has […]

Craig Challender

Craig Challender’s new book of poems, As Details Become Available, will be published by Pecan Grove Press later this year. A finalist for The Journal/Ohio State University Press Poetry Award, Details is his third full-length collection; almost half the manuscript was written during a Spring, 1998 sabbatical. Two of those poems received Pushcart Prize nominations. […]