Cormier Honors College Co-Sponsors Talk on Military Families
18 October 2010
War's often unseen effect on military families will be explored in a Longwood University talk by someone who has lived through the homefront experience as a military spouse and covered it as a journalist.
Kristin Henderson will speak Thursday, Oct. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Molnar Recital Hall in Wygal on "Beyond the Yellow Ribbon: War's Hidden Impact on Military Families." The talk, which is open to the public, is sponsored by the American Democracy Project, the Cormier Honors College for Citizen Scholars, and the Longwood Student Veterans. More information about the event can be found on Longwood's Featured Events.
Another CHC Student chosen for math study program in Hungary
18 October 2010
There will be not one but two Longwood University students in a math study-abroad program in Hungary this spring.
Nikole Varhegyi, a senior mathematics major, computer science minor and honors student, learned recently that she is one of about 70 undergraduates from the United States and Canada to be selected from among about 300 applicants for the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics (BSM). Read more from the official news release.
CHC Student chosen for math study program in Hungary
27 September 2010
Crystal Peoples, a mathematics major and honors student, is one of about 70 undergraduates from the United States and Canada to be selected for the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics (BSM) program. Read more from the official news release. As you may recall, Peoples was recently featured for another highly-selective program. That story can be accessed from the CHC news archives.
CHC Garden featured in National Gardening Magazine
20 September 2010
The Cormier Honors College garden is featured in the latest issue of Gardener's Notebook. The article, "Vegetable Gardens Sprout on College Campuses," features horticulture programs and gardens from a variety of colleges and universities.