The Professional Writing Program @ Longwood U

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Chris Crider, one of our recent Professional Writing Program alumni, has been hired as a Digital Content Writer at VMek, an international agricultural technology company based in Richmond, VA. Chris has been an active student in the program, previously completing an OSR/CURIO project with Dr. Elif Guler as well as internships with organizations such as  Steps, Inc. […]

Congratulations to Karyn Keane, one of our Professional Writing concentrators, for winning the Rosemary Sprague Endowment Scholarship at the EML Awards Banquet on March 26, 2019! The Professional Writing Program at Longwood is proud of her continuous accomplishments!

Marissa Del Priore, who graduated from Longwood University with a degree in English and a concentration in Professional Writing (2015), has recently become Specification Writer II at Fleet Support Group, a subsidiary of Huntington Ingalls Industries. Before and after her graduation, Marissa worked as a Technical Writer and in other capacities (such as Purchasing Manager) at various […]

Karyn Keane, a current English student with a concentration in Professional Writing, has gotten awarded a scholarship from SNVC Institute for Leadership and Innovation. The scholarship is awarded to a Longwood University undergraduate student in good academic standing who has demonstrated quality leadership. Congratulations, Karyn!

Our recent Professional Writing graduate, Chelsea Smith, has recently got hired as Front-End Coordinator at Progressive Therapy in Farmville, VA. Congratulations, Chelsea!

In Spring 2018, our recent Professional Writing graduate, Colin Deans, successfully completed an internship with the Robert R. Russa Moton Museum. “As an intern for Moton, I utilized my writing skills from a public relations standpoint. I was responsible for researching, writing, and hosting/presenting the museum’s historical/cultural podcast. [My assignments at the Moton Museum] allowed […]

Today, four students of the Professional Writing Program have presented their Senior Seminar papers–which marks their successful completion of the English Program at Longwood University. The students’ papers included the following (click on the link for the related tweet): Chris Crider: “‘Nevermore’: The Sense of an Ending in Poe’s The Raven” Colin Deans: “No Exit? […]

Selected students of the Professional Writing (PW) Program have effectively presented the top rhetorical analysis papers from ENGL 301-Rhetorical Criticism at Longwood University’s Spring Symposium. (CLICK on the link for the related tweet.) Held on April 24, 2018, the panel symposium featured Karyn Keane (English, concentration in PW), Kim Daucher (Criminal Justice, minor in PW), Savannah Dyer (History, […]

Chelsea Smith has recently presented her paper, “Fluid Manifestation of Gender in Louise Erdrich’s The Last Report at Little No Horse: The Ojibwe Tradition,” at the 2018 Big South Undergraduate Research Symposium (BigSURS) held at Liberty University from April 13-14, 2018. Chelsea’s paper focuses on Louise Erdrich’s The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No […]

Congratulations to Karyn Keane, English student concentrating in Professional Writing, for winning the Rosemary Sprague Endowment Scholarship! According to the Longwood University – English Department, “This scholarship is given to a student whose talents and abilities have consistently displayed themselves in the classroom.” Karyn Keane (on the left) at the English Department Award Ceremony