At a Friday forum with gathered students, faculty and staff, President Reed N. Wilcox, Interim Provost Scott Dransfield, Associate Provost Dr. Jeremiah John, and Director of Student Professional Development Cameron Crowther, announced the addition of nine new concentrations to the Southern Virginia University curriculum, with the goal of adding 50 concentrations by Fall 2017.
Buena Vista, VA — New York Times best-selling author, Jeff Benedict, will create and direct a new Institute for Writing and Mass Media at Southern Virginia University, beginning Fall 2016.
Southern Virginia University Athletic Director Jason Lamb today announced the hire of two-time NCAA Division I Men’s Volleyball National Champion coach Tom Peterson as the university’s first head men’s volleyball coach.
Ken Niumatalolo, head football coach at the United States Naval Academy who was featured in the 2014 documentary, “Meet the Mormons,” will deliver the final forum address of Southern Virginia University’s 2015-2016 academic year on Friday, April 22, at 11 a.m. in the Stoddard Center.
Southern Virginia University President Reed N. Wilcox today announced to assembled students, faculty and staff that the university’s Board of Trustees has unanimously elected Dr. Dane McBride as its next chair effective July 1, 2015.
The Southern Virginia University Board of Trustees today announced that Reed N. Wilcox, co-founder of Clene Nanomedicine, former partner and director of The Boston Consulting Group, and former president of the France Toulouse and Marseilles Missions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has been unanimously approved and appointed as the university’s new president.
Southern Virginia University President Paul K. Sybrowsky today announced that he has named Ron Seamons as the university’s new vice president of institutional advancement.
Southern Virginia University President Paul K. Sybrowsky today announced that he will resign his position as president effective Aug. 31, 2014.
Southern Virginia University President Paul K. Sybrowsky today announced that the university has adopted a policy requiring all returning students to complete a Continuing Ecclesiastical Endorsement beginning fall 2014.