David Buckalew and BES students at Microbiological Society.

David Buckalew and Longwood Biology students Sarah Lucento and Timothy Smith presented posters of their research entitled: “Salmonella species numbers much great than indicator bacteria in environmental waters” and “Use of indicator bacteria for assessment of water:  change of a paradigm?” at the Virginia Branch meetings of the American Society for Microbiology (VA-ASM) held at […]

Michael Mergen and Erin Devine

Professors Michael Mergen and Erin Devine presented on Saturday at the Southeast College Art Conference, hosted this year by the Savannah College of Art & Design.  For the panel Get Out of the Car: Photography and the Local, Professor Mergen presented his work traveling around the country, photographing unusual polling centers as unique spaces that […]

Christopher Gulgas

Christopher Gulgas presented a talk on Oct. 27, 2011 entitled “Terbium (III) chelates respond to capsaicinoids in water through luminescence enhancement: Understanding the mechanism” at the 63rd Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Richmond, VA.  Four of his Longwood undergraduate research students presented a total of 2 posters at the undergraduate poster session […]