Last year, Southern Virginia University news featured stories about students and alumni, as well as important university announcements including the presidency of the university passing from Paul K. Sybrowsky to Reed N. Wilcox. Some of the year’s highlights are included in the following list of the top ten most-viewed news stories of 2014.
Joseph Bouchelle, dean of students at Southern Virginia University, and Kirsten Laurence, student body president, will give a devotional address on Friday, Jan. 16, at 11 a.m. in the Stoddard Activities Center at Southern Virginia.
Southern Virginia University President Reed N. Wilcox is pleased to announce the recipients of the President’s and Provost’s List honors for students who excelled academically in fall semester 2014.
This semester, Dr. Ariel Rodriguez, associate professor of family and child development at Southern Virginia University, and two university alumni attended the annual National Council on Family Relations conference to discuss their research analyzing gender chapters in textbooks.
Southern Virginia University Provost Madison U. Sowell today announced the recipients of the 2014 Ed and Chieko Okazaki Distinguished Service Award.
Southern Virginia University senior Coulter Sims gets up every morning at 4:30 a.m. to start work at his cider donuts trailer, the Shasta. After an hour of preparation, he is ready to fry fresh donuts for the first customers of the day. For Sims this is more than just a job. Mama Crockett's Cider Donuts is the newest addition to a business he cofounded last year, and which he plans to continue after graduating from Southern Virginia.
David Martino, former president and CEO of Russell-Newman, Inc., will give a devotional address titled “Your Choice” on Friday, Nov. 21, at 11 a.m. in the Stoddard Activities Center at Southern Virginia University.
Southern Virginia University annually hosts several events to celebrate the holiday season through music, dance, and fellowship.
Southern Virginia University students Tod Workman and Bryndy Christensen are currently volunteering in the classrooms of two local schools as they complete their teaching practicums to become the first Southern Virginia students to graduate with a Virginia teaching license.