Feature StoryProfessors T.R. Porter and Randall Cluff Retire After 25 Years at Southern Virginia University
After 25 years of excellent teaching and dedicated service at Southern Virginia University, Professor of Spanish T.R. Porter and Professor of Literature Randall Cluff each decided to retire as full-time professors at the end of the 2021-22 academic year. Porter and Cluff—who have each been honored with the designation of professor emeritus of the university—have been fixtures of the faculty since the school’s first days. Both professors have built their respective programs and blessed the lives of hundreds of students they taught and mentored.
News ReleaseChris Packer Named Interim Dean of Students
Today President Reed N. Wilcox announced Chris Packer as Southern Virginia University’s interim dean of students for the upcoming academic year.
Feature StoryMain Hall Lobby Undergoes Revitalization Thanks to Generous Donations Made During Recent Core of Campus Upgrade Campaign
Earlier this week, contractors began work to refresh the lobby of Main Hall as part of the university’s ongoing efforts to honor and upgrade the historic building’s interior spaces. Funding for this project comes from contributions made during the recent Core of Campus Upgrade Campaign. Thanks to the charitable gifts of many—including current students and alumni—combined with a generous triple-matching pledge from an anonymous donor, the university raised sufficient funds to begin refreshing this central campus welcoming space.
Feature StoryTheatre Major to Continue at Southern Virginia University
Today the Office of the Provost issued the following letter:
Feature StoryHow One Math Professor is Leveraging iPad Technology in All Corners of His Classroom
When Southern Virginia University first launched its LaunchPad initiative five years ago, rather than prescribing specific uses for the Apple technology, university leaders encouraged the school’s excellent faculty to experiment with leveraging the powerful tools to enhance collaboration and learning outcomes in the classroom and beyond.
Feature StoryInterning on Capitol Hill: A Look into Business Major Meg Huber’s (’23) Career-launching Experience
Meg Huber (‘23), a business major at Southern Virginia University, recently completed an internship on Capitol Hill for Congressman Ken Buck of the Colorado 4th District in the House of Representatives during the Spring of 2022.
SpotlightSpending Memorial Day in Service: Students Volunteer at the Washington D.C. Temple Open House
On the morning of Memorial Day, more than 40 Southern Virginia University students and members of the Buena Vista Virginia Young Single Adult Stake loaded onto a bus and traveled to Kensington, Md., where they spent their holiday volunteering at the Open House for the newly renovated Washington D.C. Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
News ReleaseAnnual Campus Literary Journal Now Available As E-Book For Increased Student Accessibility
The review,* Southern Virginia University's annual literary journal featuring original student and faculty artwork and writing, is now being offered as an e-book in companionship with the physical edition to allow for increased accessibility and awareness campus-wide.
SpotlightClass of ‘22 Headed to MIT, Koch Institute, BYU Law, and More
As Southern Virginia University’s 2021-22 academic year comes to a close, many Knights from the Class of 2022 are headed to top graduate programs across the country. Highlighted below are five such students who shared their graduate school plans with us.
News ReleaseHistoric Commencement Celebrates 2022 and 2020 Graduates in First Unlimited Attendance in Two Years
On May 6, the Southern Virginia University community gathered with family and friends in the Knight Arena for a unique and historic Commencement celebrating the Class of 2022—the University’s largest graduating class to date—and the Class of 2020.
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