ENGL 400 Featured in the Journal Reflections

The latest  volume of Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing, and Service Learning includes Heather Lettner-Rust’s article on the service-learning projects conducted in ENGL 400, in which Longwood students collaborated with members of Farmville’s Town Council.  The issue also features a cover image of civil rights protesters in Farmville and an interview with Dr. Edward H. Peeples, […]

The Information Writing Toolkit

Sean Ruday’s latest book, The Information Writing Toolkit: Using Mentor Texts in Grades 3-5 (appearing this winter at Routlegde Eye on Education), helps instructors use high-quality books and articles to make writing instruction more meaningful, authentic, and successful.  Complete details available here.  

10th Anniversary Dos Passos Review

The latest edition of The Dos Passos Review has been published here.  Launched in 2004, the DPR celebrates its tenth anniversary and its final volume with Mary Carroll-Hackett as editor.  Originating from the University’s prestigious Dos Passos Prize for Fiction, the journal has for the past decade sought the best American writing in the areas of literary fiction, creative nonfiction, […]

Physics Faculty and Students Published

Associate Professor of Physics Tim Holmstrom, Longwood Physics Alumnus Wolfgang Troth, and colleagues from the Jefferson Lab 3He Collaboration had their paper “A Precision Measurement of the Neutron Twist-3 Matrix Element d2n: Probing Color Forces.” published in Physics Review Letters  113 (2014) 022002. Associate Professor of Physics Tim Holmstrom, Longwood Physics Alumnus James Bittner, and colleagues from the […]