Academic News

News, events and happening from Randolph's academic departments.

Physics: Teaching institute and science camp continue education research
Randolph students and professors are using hands-on activities to improve science education.
Education: Teaching institute and science camp continue education research
Randolph students and professors are using hands-on activities to improve science education.
Sociology: Student research explores motivations and obstacles for volunteers
Abigail Smith ’15 hopes her Summer Research project will help more young adults to spend time serving others in their communities.
English: Summer Research project explores dramatic structure and playwriting
Grace Gardiner ’15 is writing a full-length play as part of a Summer Research project.
All Departments: Phi Beta Kappa inductions
The day before Commencement, 14 members of the Class of 2014 were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.
All Departments: Students begin summer research projects
More than 20 students are doing research with Randolph faculty members in the 15th year of the Summer Research Program.
All Departments: Randolph College celebrates the Class of 2014
The Randolph College community celebrated the success of more than 140 new graduates.
Art: Maier hosts senior art exhibition and presentations
The senior art exhibition opened with a reception Tuesday at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College. Seniors will present their art history research Thursday at 4 p.m., also at the Maier.
French: Randolph hosts Alliance Francaise lecture
The talk “From Charlemagne to Napoleon: writing history through art and war” will begin at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in Nichols Theatre.
Global Studies: Model UN students win awards at national conference
Randolph College students won an honorable mention delegation at the National Model United Nations Conference, and six students earned position paper awards.
Political Science: Model UN students win awards at national conference
Randolph College students won an honorable mention delegation at the National Model United Nations Conference, and six students earned position paper awards.
Environmental Studies: The Princeton Review names Randolph one of the top green colleges in the United States
Randolph College is included in the 2014 edition of The Princeton Review’s guide to colleges that earn high marks for sustainability.
All Departments: Symposium of Artists and Scholars celebrates student excellence
The sixth annual symposium, to be held Thursday and Friday this week, will include more than 60 presentations highlighting the work of Randolph College students.
Mathematics: Randolph Mathletes Finish Strong in National Competition
A team of Randolph students scored in the top fifth of all participating colleges and universities in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition.
Political Science: Representing Malta
Students from Randolph College’s Model United Nations team are representing Malta, an island country off the coast of Sicily, in the National Model UN Conference this week.
Global Studies: Representing Malta
Students from Randolph College’s Model United Nations team are representing Malta, an island country off the coast of Sicily, in the National Model UN Conference this week.
Economics: Randolph hosts kickoff for Virginia Urban Agriculture Summit
The statewide conference on sustainable urban agriculture will begin with a documentary screening at 6:30 p.m. April 14 in Randolph College’s Smith Hall Theatre.
English: Alumna publishes three books in 2014
London author Kelley Swain ’07 is publishing two books of poetry and her first historical novel this year.
History: Randolph professor and student research the reality of hunger and poverty
John Abell, an economics professor, and Teague Nelson ’14, a history major, are interviewing Lynchburg residents about the challenges posed by poverty, hunger, and food deserts.
Economics: Randolph professor and student research the reality of hunger and poverty
John Abell, an economics professor, and Teague Nelson ’14, a history major, are interviewing Lynchburg residents about the challenges posed by poverty, hunger, and food deserts.
Psychology: Randolph psychology professor publishes more books in EasyGuide series
The EasyGuide series gives students an accessible guide for conducting research in the social sciences.
Dance: Dance professor to perform in Blue Ridge Summer Theatre Festival
Kelly Malone Dudley '95 will begin her third season with Endstation Theatre Company this summer
Dance: Spring Dance Concert features student and professional choreography
The Annual Spring Dance Concert will be held at 8 p.m. April 3–5 in Smith Hall Theatre.
Sociology: Michael Kimmel to speak at Randolph
An expert on gender and masculinity, Michael Kimmel will discuss issues faced by coed college students at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Wimberly Recital Hall.
American Culture: American Culture Program studies in the Virgin Islands
A group of Randolph students are spending a few days in the U.S. Virgin Islands to study America’s impact on the Caribbean and deliver digitized historical documents.
American Culture Program: American Culture Program studies in the Virgin Islands
A group of Randolph students are spending a few days in the U.S. Virgin Islands to study America’s impact on the Caribbean and deliver digitized historical documents.
Anthropology: American Culture Program studies in the Virgin Islands
A group of Randolph students are spending a few days in the U.S. Virgin Islands to study America’s impact on the Caribbean and deliver digitized historical documents.
English: Visiting writer to give public reading
Shara Lessley, the Anne Spencer Poet in Residence, will present some of her poems at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Art: Randolph hosts statewide art history symposium
In the March 22 symposium, five students from colleges around Virginia, including one Randolph student, will present papers on topics ranging from ancient art in India to modern pillaging of Iraqi art.
Art: Randolph student poem selected for publication
A magazine known for publishing the early works of famous writers has selected a poem by Hannah Cohen ’15 for publication.
English: Randolph student poem selected for publication
A magazine known for publishing the early works of famous writers has selected a poem by Hannah Cohen ’15 for publication.
Education: Alumna named finalist for teaching awards
Tracy Earley Proffitt ’04, a Lynchburg elementary school teacher, is a finalist for the McGlothlin Awards for Teaching Excellence.
Physics: Student Research Wins Major Award
A high school student working with a Randolph faculty member is advanced to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
Education: Education professor featured in article about autism
When a new autism diagnosis center opened in Lynchburg, the News & Advance asked Peggy Schimmoeller to explain how a proper diagnosis can help educators determine how to best teach a child.
Theatre: Randolph College presents
The musical will be performed at 7:30 p.m. each evening from Thursday, February 26 through Monday, March 3.
Communication: Filmmaker to speak in Driver Lecture Thursday
Independent filmmaker Joshua Zeman will speak in Nichols Theatre at 7 p.m. Thursday. His lecture is part of the Sara Driver’ 77 Digital Filmmaking and Lecture Series.
Music: Touch of Harmony helps celebrate Black History Month
Randolph students gave a concert to an audience at Bedford Hills Elementary School to honor Black History Month, and WSET covered the event.
Physics: Science Festival wins award
The Virginia Math and Science Coalition recently honored the Randolph College Science Festival for its effectiveness in science education.
Physics: Winfree Observatory Star Party coming Saturday
The first Star Party of 2014 will provide views of the moon and Jupiter through Winfree Observatory’s telescope.
Music: Broadway performer visit to Randolph canceled
Unfortunately, due to air travel cancellations ahead of an impending snow storm, both events with Marcus Nance have been canceled.
English: Playwright Adam Pasen to give public reading Feb. 5
The Randolph Writer in Residence, Adam Pasen will present a public performance of his work at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
English: Bunny Goodjohn Publishes poem in publication
Goodjohn's work was published in the Southern Women's Review
Physics: Professor and Alumna Participate in the U.S. Invitational Young Physicist Tournament
Peter Sheldon, a Randolph professor, joined Kacey Meaker '08 at the event
Environmental Studies: Sustainability speaker series begins
This semester, the College will host six speakers—including two alumnae—to talk about a variety of sustainability issues.
Art: Maier opens two exhibitions Friday
Two art exhibitions—one curated by students and one featuring recent paintings by art professor Jim Muehlemann—will open with a reception at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College.
Physics: Science Festival 2014 grows with keynote address by Leland Melvin and new activities
A former astronaut and a native of Lynchburg, Leland Melvin will speak at Randolph on March 27. Other Science Festival 2014 highlights include drone races and a new photography contest.
Physics: Science Festival wins Virginia Science and Math Coalition award
The award recognizes the Randolph College Science Festival for its effectiveness in science education.
Physics: Society of Physics Students presents award to Randolph chapter
Randolph College's chapter of the Society of Physics Students has won an Outstanding Chapter designation for eight of the past nine years.
Biology: Students study Tunisian bones for archaeological excavation
By collecting data on thousands of bones excavated from an ancient church, students will help establish the number of individuals who were in a fifth-century North African congregation.
Classics: Students study Tunisian bones for archaeological excavation
By collecting data on thousands of bones excavated from an ancient church, students will help establish the number of individuals who were in a fifth-century North African congregation.
Center for Student Research: Students study Tunisian bones for archaeological excavation
By collecting data on thousands of bones excavated from an ancient church, students will help establish the number of individuals who were in a fifth-century North African congregation.
Physics: Society of Physics Students Receives National Award
Randolph's SPS is named an Outstanding Chapter once again
Physics: Science and education faculty publish paper
The paper outlines ideas that classroom teachers can use to improve the perception students have of science
Education: Science and education faculty publish paper
The paper outlines ideas that classroom teachers can use to improve the perception students have of science
Physics: Levitating Superconductor Research
Faculty/Student research collaboration with Central Virginia Governor's School
Music: Christmas Vespers tradition continues
The Randolph College Chorale and Chamber Orchestra will present favorite carols, along with scripture and poetry readings, in the annual event on Sunday, December 8.
Music: Orchestra concert set for Dec. 6
The Randolph College Chamber Orchestra will perform works by Hayden, Brahms, and others in its first solo concert at 7:30 p.m. in Smith Hall Theatre.
English: Writer-in-residence positions named for Pearl S. Buck and Anne Spencer
Randolph College has renamed two of aspects of its Visiting Writers program in honor two authors with ties to the College and Lynchburg: Anne Spencer and Pearl S. Buck, a member of the Class of 1914.
Physics: Students and Faculty Volunteer for Regional FIRST LEGO League tournament
Lynchburg's FIRST LEGO is largest nearby robotics tournament
Sociology: Sociology professor Danielle Currier publishes research on hookup culture.
The article appeared in the October issue of Gender & Society
Biology: Fossils added to Randolph College Natural History Collection
The Randolph College biology department recently held a reception to let people see fossils that Chris Goldman, a retired faculty member, gave to the department.
Art: Randolph art professor presents paper at Southeastern College Art Conference
Art: Glenna Gray '14 presents research at national art history conference
Center for Student Research: Glenna Gray '14 presents research at national art history conference
Art: Leanne Zalewski participates in conference in The Netherlands
Dance: Dance concert features student choreography
The 2013 fall dance showcase will be held November 1–2. It features choreography by six Randolph College students.
English: English faculty member leads panel discussion at book festival
Gary Dop moderated a discussion at the Twin Cities Book Festival about teaching and defining literary classics.
French: Silent Enemy event will discuss French antisemitism
Gayle Zachmann, a professor from the University of Florida, will present a talk about the problem of antisemitism in France tonight in Nichols Theatre.
English: English professor publishes poems with Prime Number Magazine
The 43rd edition of Prime Number Magazine included three poems from Bunny Goodjohn.
French: Film and book reviews by Françoise Watts to be published in The French Review
The reviews will be published in May 2014
Communication: Chad Beck Presents Research at Global Media Conference
Mexican Television Sales, Ratings System, and Citizenship
English: Coulter to present at Southern Renaissance Conference
Paper will examine poetry of Ben Jonson.
Education: Randolph hosts conferences on social justice and education
On October 12, Randolph hosts the Women Education Leaders in Virginia regional forum and the local Race, Poverty, and Social Justice conference.
Theatre: Randolph hosts conferences on social justice and education
On October 12, Randolph hosts the Women Education Leaders in Virginia regional forum and the local Race, Poverty, and Social Justice conference.
French: Françoise Watts presents at Foreign Language Association of Virginia Conference.
English: Gary Dop publishes three poems
The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review and 2River View published some of Dop's poetry
Theatre: Randolph College presents
Join Randolph College for a journey to Grover's Corners in Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Performances will take place over two weekends, October 4–6 and 11–12.
English: Professor’s Ecopoetry Anthology garners great reviews
English Professor Laura-Gray Street co-edited an anthology of poems about nature and the environment.
Communication: Journalist Josh Levs to speak at Randolph
As a reporter for National Public Radio and CNN, Josh Levs has built a reputation for solid, social-media savvy reporting. He will speak to students and the public on Thursday, Sept. 19.
French: French professor presents at Napoleonic Historical Society Conference
Françoise Watts presented a paper about the correspondance of Josephine de Beauharnais correspondence
Religious Studies: Monks make mandala during return visit to Randolph
The process will be open to the public Sept. 7-11 in Houston Memorial Chapel.
Engineering Physics: Science, math, engineering first-year students have started early
This week, 24 students arrived for Randolph's summer transition program, funded with the help of the National Science Foundation.
Physics: Science, math, engineering first-year students have started early
This week, 24 students arrived for Randolph's summer transition program, funded with the help of the National Science Foundation.
Mathematics: Science, math, engineering first-year students have started early
This week, 24 students arrived for Randolph's summer transition program, funded with the help of the National Science Foundation.
Economics: Colton Hunt ’13 named top Division III student athlete for all sports
Hunt added another title to his academic and athletic accomplishments by being chosen as the Academic All American out of more than 175,000 D-III athletes from 12 sports.
Art: Martha’s Vineyard internship confirms career choice for art history, museum studies student
Lian Perez ’14 has enjoyed exploring the museum marketing and public relations career through a summer internship.
Classics: Classics professor highlighted in local news story
Amy R. Cohen is attending a selective seminar on teaching Homer in modern college classrooms, and The News & Advance published a story about her.
Business: Business student and internship coordinator featured by News & Advance
Shuang Li ’14 and Maryam Brown ’02 were interviewed for an article about college students getting internship experience.
Communication: Students enjoy Amazement Square internship
Mai Dam ’15 and Alyssa DeNisco ’14 helped the Lynchburg children's museum plan and market events.
Business: Students enjoy Amazement Square internship
Mai Dam ’15 and Alyssa DeNisco ’14 helped the Lynchburg children's museum plan and market events.
Center for Student Research: Students Continue Research Using Smartphones for Inertial Navigation
Physics students hope discoveries will help provide inexpensive opportunities for physics teachers to conduct more advanced experiments with students.
Theatre: Theatre graduate tours with Missoula Children's Theatre
Christine Gnieski ’13 is launching her career by touring the country to help children develop their love and talent for the stage.
Center for Student Research: Randolph in the News: WDBJ7 Coverage of Student Research
Students join with environmental studies professors to continue study on the health of Lynchburg's streams
Environmental Studies: Randolph in the News: WDBJ7 Coverage of Student Research
Students join with environmental studies professors to continue study on the health of Lynchburg's streams
History: Gerry Sherayko will conduct research at Holocaust Memorial Museum
He received a grant that will allow him to continue developing courses that he will teach in the upcoming academic year.
Center for Student Research: Randolph Student Develops Business Plan for Local Organization
Tu Nguyen ’15 is developing a plan to help increase business for a local nonprofit that grows organic food.
Classics: Classics Professor Chosen to Participate in Iliad Seminar
Amy R. Cohen is one of just 20 chosen nationwide
Classics: Amy R. Cohen chosen for selective conference on the Iliad
Only 20 professors nationwide were chosen to attend this conference, part of a series on "Ancient Greece in the Modern Classroom."
Biology: Randolph College Announces New Equine Studies Minor
Program offers more options for students
Art: Leanne Zalewski participates in summer teaching institute in Atlanta
“Dutch Art, Patrons, and Markets,” will take place at the High Museum, Atlanta
English: Symposium of Artists & Scholars to Showcase Student Work April 18-19
Randolph professor and author Jim Peterson will provide the keynote address April 18 at 7 p.m.
Communication: BeetleJuice cinematographer Shares Insight with Randolph Students
Local coverage of Randolph's Driver Lecture Series
English: Poets Explore Native American Heritage in Verse
Local coverage of Randolph's visiting writers
Classics: Susan Stevens receives grant to support book project
On sabbatical next year, she will begin writing a book about the excavation of a Vandal period Christian basilica in Africa
Communication: Cinematographer Tom Ackerman to deliver Sara Driver ’77 Filmmaking Lecture
The annual film festival will screen several of Ackerman's works leading up to his Sunday lecture.
English: Mara Amster publishes chapter on Renaissance bodies and sexuality
Political Science: Randolph Model United Nations Team Brings Home Honors
Students receive awards for best delegation to the Security Council and the best position paper on the U.N. Conference on Trade and Development at the national conference in New York
English: Randolph to Host Native American Poets April 10
Nationally recognized Allison Hedge Coke and regionally known Kareene Wood to read and discuss their work, which focuses on the Native American perspective of the natural world
Environmental Studies: Randolph to Host Native American Poets April 10
Nationally recognized Allison Hedge Coke and regionally known Kareene Wood to read and discuss their work, which focuses on the Native American perspective of the natural world
Art: Leanne Zalewski presents paper at INCS conference.
Art: Zalewski receives Diane and Trevor Morris Fellowship
Physics: Randolph College Hosts Lynchburg’s Only Science Fest March 21-24
Free event features cool science, goo, racing action, a movie with a scientist, and more!
Global Studies: Model United Nations Team Sets Off for New York City
Follow their blog as Randolph's award-winning delegation represents Portugal.
Model United Nations: Model United Nations Team Sets Off for New York City
Follow their blog as Randolph's award-winning delegation represents Portugal.
Named Fund: Model United Nations Team Sets Off for New York City
Follow their blog as Randolph's award-winning delegation represents Portugal.
Political Science: Model United Nations Team Sets Off for New York City
Follow their blog as Randolph's award-winning delegation represents Portugal.
Physics: Randolph College to Host Lynchburg's Only Science Festival March 21-24
Free events include a keynote lecture by Don Lincoln, cool science, goo, racing action, a movie with a scientist, and more!
Physics: Randolph Currently Accepting Registration for Popular Science Day March 23
Free event offers exciting afternoon of fun hands-on science activities for third through six graders
Art: Randolph College Art Students Help Anne Spencer House Identify Artifacts
WDBj 7 covers Randolph's new partnership
Psychology: Eric Anderman to Lecture at Randolph College Feb. 12
The professor and author will discuss academic cheating
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Progression Video
See photos of the $6 million, 20-month renovation project from start to finish
Student Center Renovations: Randolph in the News: Student Center Renovation
WDBJ 7 covers the opening of Randolph's new Student Center
Student Center Renovations: Randolph's New Student Center Garners Media Attention
News & Advance coverage of the opening of the $6 million renovation project
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: February 5, 2013
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Theatre: Randolph College to Present Popular Broadway Musical
Jim Ackley, former long-time director of E.C. Glass Theatre, will join the WildCat Theatre team to direct Avenue Q
Student Center Renovations: Randolph College Opens New Student Center Monday, February 4
Grand opening and ribbon cutting attract hundreds of Randolph community members
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 29, 2013
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 29, 2013
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 28, 2013
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Art: Randolph College Forms Partnership With Anne Spencer House
Students work to preserve Lynchburg icon's artifacts
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 25, 2013
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 22, 2013
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 21, 2013
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Student Center Renovations: Snow Creates Beautiful Views from the Student Center
Icy conditions delayed classes but not construction
English: 2012 Alumna enjoys life in Spain while working on master's degree
English and Spanish classes at Randolph helped Jennifer Bundy ’12 prepare to work in Spain while earning her master's degree through the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Spanish: 2012 Alumna enjoys life in Spain while working on master's degree
English and Spanish classes at Randolph helped Jennifer Bundy ’12 prepare to work in Spain while earning her master's degree through the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Sociology: Zach Scott ’14 helps teens aim for college
A sociology major, Zach Scott filled an internship in which he taught high school students study skills and other college preparation tactics. He also helped homeless people find housing.
Art: Exhibition and concert highlights artwork of Arthur B. Davies and dance of Isadora Duncan
The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College collaborated with the dance department for this interdisciplinary exhibition opening.
Dance: Exhibition and concert highlights artwork of Arthur B. Davies and dance of Isadora Duncan
The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College collaborated with the dance department for this interdisciplinary exhibition opening.
Classics: Summer program allows students to work on art and archaeological conservation projects
Archaeological Conservation Institute applications due Feb. 1
Art: Summer program allows students to work on art and archaeological conservation projects
Archaeological Conservation Institute applications due Feb. 1
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 17, 2013
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 16, 2013
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 15, 2013
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Dance: Isadora Duncan Dance Company to Perform at Randolph Jan. 18-19
Performances are in conjunction with the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College's newest exhibition
Art: Isadora Duncan Dance Company to Perform at Randolph Jan. 18-19
Performances are in conjunction with the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College's newest exhibition
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 14, 2013
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: January 8, 2013
Check out the latest photos of the $6 million Student Center renovation.
Physics: Randolph College Receives GLCT Grant for 2013 Science Festival
Funding will help support the annual event, which is free and open to the community
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation: December 13, 2012
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Biology: Randolph students teach science at local elementary school
Fifth graders at Dearington Elementary School learned about bacteria and conducted scientific experiments with the help of Randolph College students studying microbiology.
Chemistry: Randolph students teach science at local elementary school
Fifth graders at Dearington Elementary School learned about bacteria and conducted scientific experiments with the help of Randolph College students studying microbiology.
Psychology: Randolph Magazine: Teaching Ethically
Faculty and student team contributes chapter to upcoming book.
Classics: Randolph Magazine: Restoring History
Randolph students work with respected conservators in Italy.
English: Randolph Magazine: Sharing the Journey
Life provides inspiration and creative energy for Jim Peterson
Biology: Randolph Magazine: Dawkins Returns
Community members pack Smith Hall Theatre to hear evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins
Philosophy: David Schwartz chosen as keynote speaker for annual forum at Centenary College
Schwartz, who was recently appointed to the APA's Committee on Public Policy, will also speak at Davidson College
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: November 12, 2012
Keep up-to-date on the latest progress of Randolph's $6 million Student Center renovation.
Physics: Society of Physics Students Volunteer at Local Robotics Competition
Five students joined Peter Sheldon, physics professor, to volunteer for the First Lego League Robotics Tournament in November
Theatre: WildCat Theatre Presents Uncle Vanya
Bulgarian designer Marina Raytchinova, who designed the set for this production, will be on campus the week of the production
Global Studies: Youssef Elkei ’13 wins awards at Cornell International Affairs Conference
During a government simulation as part of the conference, Elkei convinced a nation's cabinet not to start a war.
Political Science: Youssef Elkei ’13 wins awards at Cornell International Affairs Conference
During a government simulation as part of the conference, Elkei convinced a nation's cabinet not to start a war.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: October 25, 2012
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Political Science: Jennifer Dugan Offers Expert Commentary on Last Presidential Debate
WSET featured Randolph's political science professor on Tuesday's broadcast
Global Studies: Randolph College Dedicates New Fitzgerald Global Community Center
The newly renovated space was made possible by Marilyn Hicks Fitzgerald ’68 and her husband, Mike
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: October 18, 2012
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Physics: Students Invited to Present at Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physical Science
Center for Student Research: Students Invited to Present at Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physical Science
Communication: Candy Crowley '70 to Moderate the Presidential Debate Tuesday
R-MWC alumna's role creating a buzz in local and national media
Political Science: Candy Crowley '70 to Moderate the Presidential Debate Tuesday
R-MWC alumna's role creating a buzz in local and national media
Political Science: Randolph Professor Featured on WSET
Vincent Vecera, a political science professor, offers commentary on Paul Ryan's visit to Lynchburg
Physics: Seven Students Present Research at the Mid-Atlantic Conference for Undergraduate Scholarship
Research was done in the Randolph College Summer Research Program
All Departments: Seven Students Present Research at the Mid-Atlantic Conference for Undergraduate Scholarship
Research was done in the Randolph College Summer Research Program
Mathematics: Seven Students Present Research at the Mid-Atlantic Conference for Undergraduate Scholarship
Research was done in the Randolph College Summer Research Program
All Departments: Seven Students Present Research at the Mid-Atlantic Conference for Undergraduate Scholarship
Research was done in the Randolph College Summer Research Program
Environmental Studies: Seven Students Present Research at the Mid-Atlantic Conference for Undergraduate Scholarship
Research was done in the Randolph College Summer Research Program
Center for Student Research: Seven Students Present Research at the Mid-Atlantic Conference for Undergraduate Scholarship
Research was done in the Randolph College Summer Research Program
Religious Studies: Randolph Students Travel to See Dalai Lama
Class listened to the Dalai Lama's talk in Williamsburg.
Student Center Renovations: Randolph College Student Center Update: October 12, 2012
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million Student Center renovation project
Philosophy: Book by Randolph Philosophy Professor Selected by Society for Business Ethics
David Schwartz to make presentation at New Orleans conference
Communication: Randolph College Rhetoric Course in the News
Discussion in Jennifer Gauthier's course about the presidential debate is featured on WSET
Political Science: Randolph College Rhetoric Course in the News
Discussion in Jennifer Gauthier's course about the presidential debate is featured on WSET
All Departments: Mom of three, psychology major, pursues educational dream
Prompted by a conversation with her oldest daughter, Cindy Ferguson ’13 decided to finally pursue her college degree.
Classics: Greek Play 2012: Seven Against Thebes
Randolph College students present the Greek tragedy "Seven Against Thebes" by Aeschylus in continuation of the College's Greek Play tradition.
Classics: Randolph College Presents its Greek Play Oct. 5-7
Unique production provides audience members with a realistic ancient drama experience
Psychology: Psychology Professors Present Research at annual conference
The Honor System: Influences on Attitudes and Behaviors
Mathematics: No limits: Math, chess, reading, and acting are among new professor's loves
Rob Fisette, a visiting professor teaching mathematics at Randolph while another professor during the Fall 2012 semester, does not believe in limiting people to one discipline.
Economics: Safiyah Lopez and Shradha Shrestha present senior research at the New York State Economics Assocation Annual Meeting
Students present results of neighborhood satisfaction survey.
Economics: Shradha Shrestha presents senior and summer research at New York State Economics Assocation Annual Meeting
Student's research examines the effects of a housing non-profit's home renovations on surrounding property values.
History: Finding A Voice
Christina Budd ’13, a transfer student majoring in history and minoring in sociology, talks about how life at Randolph has helped increase her confidence and her willingness to be involved.
Sociology: Finding A Voice
Christina Budd ’13, a transfer student majoring in history and minoring in sociology, talks about how life at Randolph has helped increase her confidence and her willingness to be involved.
Psychology: Holly Tatum pens chapter on graduate school success
“Setting Your Path: Begin With Your Dissertation in Mind” appeared in the book Your Graduate Training in Psychology: Effective Strategies for Success earlier this year.
Biology: Students get experience with natural history collection
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: September 20, 2012
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Education: Dominique Rose ’14 prepares for teaching career with research project
A transfer student from Central Virginia Community College, Dominique Rose ’14 recently participated in the Summer Research Program.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: September 14, 2012
Check out the latest photos from the $6 million Student Center renovation project
English: Coulter to present Johnson paper
Political Science: New professor's research focuses on power of words in politics
Vincent Vecera joined the political science faculty at Randolph College in the fall 2012 semester.
Chinese: Chinese Studies students help translate for local medical facility
After spending the summer working and studying in China, May Soe ’14 and Julie Doan ’14 were called to help a medical facility with a patient who spoke only Chinese.
Biology: Research in Organic Garden featured on local news broadcast
Research by biology professor Adam Houlihan, Laura Word ’13, and Michael Taylor ’13 was featured in several news stories related to organic food.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: September 3, 2012
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Biology: New Biology Professor Joins Randolph's Faculty
Amanda Rumore's research focuses on fungi that cause allergies and asthma
Biology: New Biology Professor Joins Randolph's Faculty
Amanda Rumore's research focuses on fungi that cause allergies and asthma
Environmental Studies: Randolph Receives $600,000 Grant from the National Science Foundation
The grant, announced on campus Tuesday at Convocation, will provide $599,247 over a five-year period, with the majority of the funding going to student scholarships.
Physics: Randolph Receives $600,000 Grant from the National Science Foundation
The grant, announced on campus Tuesday at Convocation, will provide $599,247 over a five-year period, with the majority of the funding going to student scholarships.
Mathematics: Randolph Receives $600,000 Grant from the National Science Foundation
The grant, announced on campus Tuesday at Convocation, will provide $599,247 over a five-year period, with the majority of the funding going to student scholarships.
Art: New Exhibition at Randolph's Maier Museum of Art Features American Art by International Artists
Bridges Not Walls, the 101st Annual Exhibition, tells the story of cultures that have come together to create unique art
Physics: Science Festival Article Published in SPS Observer
Peter Sheldon, a Randolph physics professor, and Thawda Aung '13 wrote the article for the issue
Biology: Philadelphia Zoo internship proves ‘priceless experience’ for Randolph student
Sara Graul ’13 spent her summer teaching people about animals and conservation and conducted research at the zoo.
Art: Tierney Dickenson ’14 enjoys Lyric Opera internship
The summer program gave Dickenson, an art major with a concentration in art history, the opportunity to learn how an arts-centered nonprofit works.
Physics: Physics research on roller coasters
A Randolph professor, student, and alumna continued research on the physics of roller coasters and the possibility of inexpensive inertial navigation equipment.
Theatre: Randolph College in the News: Theatre Conservatory
WildCat Theatre's new summer theatre conservatory for children uses theatre to teach life skills
Art: Professor presents at Gender, Bodies and Technology Conference
Leanne Zalewski discusses the sculpture of Jean Leon Gerome.
Art: Leanne Zalewski to present at feminist art history conference
Discussion will examine masculine vs feminine artists.
Art: Randolph student, professor to present at conference
Cathy DeSilvey will discuss Yves Klein at the Southeastern College Art Conference.
Art: Zalewski article published in national journal
Professor looks at the historical importance of William Henry Vanderbilt's art collection.
Gender Studies: Leanne Zalewski to present at feminist art history conference
Discussion will examine masculine vs feminine artists.
English: Kunz to deliver Owen Lecture at Lynchburg College
English professor will discuss F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Art: Monica Varner ’14 spends summer restoring and preserving art and architecture
Varner participated in two summer archeological and preservation programs connected to the College.
Classics: Monica Varner ’14 spends summer restoring and preserving art and architecture
Varner participated in two summer archeological and preservation programs connected to the College.
English: Summer Research Program Produces New Online English Assessment
Professor Bunny Goodjohn and senior Lauren Dowdle spent the summer creating the new program
English: Summer research yields new online English test, insight into college writing preparedness
Bunny Goodjohn and Lauren Dowdle ’13 studied the level of students' preparedness for college writing and worked on creating a more technically reliable test to measure that preparedness.
Biology: Randolph Professor and Alumna Receive Academy of Science Grant
Biology professor Doug Shedd and Emily Patton Smith were awarded a grant that will allow them continue research on the College's natural history collections
Dance: Alumna dances in Olympics opening ceremony
Mary-Elizabeth Carter White ’90 majored in economics, but also studied dance at R-MWC.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: July 24, 2012
See the latest progress on Randolph's $6 million Student Center renovation project
Chemistry: Grass and free-range chicken diets: Students lead research with organic garden chickens
Laura Word ’13, a chemistry major, thought of this research project exploring the affect of grassland on chicken health. Michael Taylor ’13, an environmental studies major, and Adam Houlihan, a biology professor, joined the project.
Environmental Studies: Grass and free-range chicken diets: Students lead research with organic garden chickens
Laura Word ’13, a chemistry major, thought of this research project exploring the affect of grassland on chicken health. Michael Taylor ’13, an environmental studies major, and Adam Houlihan, a biology professor, joined the project.
Biology: Grass and free-range chicken diets: Students lead research with organic garden chickens
Laura Word ’13, a chemistry major, thought of this research project exploring the affect of grassland on chicken health. Michael Taylor ’13, an environmental studies major, and Adam Houlihan, a biology professor, joined the project.
Psychology: Research shows strength of traditional honor codes
Megan Hageman ’13 continued work with Beth Schwartz, the Thoresen Professor of Psychology and assistant dean of the College, to examine the affect of honor codes on student behavior.
Physics: Student pushes through programming challenges to create mobile app for medical research
Thawda Aung ’13 reprogrammed a phone app for a research project with Katrin Schenk, a physics professor, and Jim Kwon ’14. They explored using cell phones for mobile health monitoring.
Environmental Studies: Internship in the Alaskan wilderness
Nick Cornell's summer “office” consisted of 400,000 acres of mountains, valleys, streams, and lakes.
Theatre: Students produce play in motel room to study environmental theatre
This production taught the students even more about the process of producing a play.
All Departments: Science Saturday at the Community Market
Peter Sheldon shares news about new science discovery
All Departments: Peter Sheldon named Chief Reader Designate for the AP Physics exam
In new position, Sheldon helps write the AP exams and then organizes the grading and grade-setting for the exam.
Communication: TV station internship opens door for Randolph student.
A summer internship has turned into a full-time job for Ryan Blackwell ’13.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: July 6, 2012
Check out the latest photos from Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Art: Art Institute of Chicago internship gives student valuable museum experience
Andrew Schaeffer ’14 gave tours of the museum and learned about the process of operating a large museum.
Theatre: Summer Research Program Offers Faculty/Student Team the Opportunity to Stage and Evaluate an Innovative Theatre Experience
Read News & Advance coverage of Mace Archer's production of the Bug
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: June 26, 2012
Check out the latest photos from the $6 million Student Center renovation project
Physics: Teaching Teachers
Award-winning Randolph Math & Science Institute for area teachers makes local headlines
Mathematics: Teaching Teachers
Award-winning Randolph Math & Science Institute for area teachers makes local headlines
Environmental Studies: Teaching Teachers
Award-winning Randolph Math & Science Institute for area teachers makes local headlines
Education: Teaching Teachers
Award-winning Randolph Math & Science Institute for area teachers makes local headlines
English: Sara Taylor ’12 wins coveted prize for short fiction
A short story that was part of her senior project won the $1,000 Stony Brook Short Fiction Prize.
Physics: Kacey Meaker ’08 shares solar cell research and grad school experience
Meaker was one of a series of speakers in the 2012 Summer Research Program weekly seminar series.
English: Sara Taylor ’12 wins short fiction prize
Her winning short story, titled "Chloe's Story," was part of the collection she write for her senior honors project at Randolph College.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: June 13, 2012
Check out the latest photos from the $6 million Student Center renovation project
Theatre: Christopher Otwell gives behind-the-scenes look at stage design
Christopher Otwell, a theatre professor, spoke to Summer Research Program participants about the research that goes into designing the scene for a theatre production
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: June 8, 2012
Keep up-to-date on the latest progress of Randolph's $6 million Student Center renovation.
Physics: Physics Professor Katrin Schenk publishes paper in Environment and Planning B.
Physics: Physics Professor Katrin Schenk publishes paper on mouse behavior monitoring
Student Center Renovations: Randolph College Student Center Update: May 31, 2012
See the latest progress on Randolph's $6 million Student Center renovation project
Education: Randolph College Recognized for Work With Area Teachers
Randolph was one of only six in the state to receive award from the Virginia Math and Science Coalition
Physics: Randolph College Recognized for Work With Area Teachers
Randolph was one of only six in the state to receive award from the Virginia Math and Science Coalition
Chemistry: Randolph College Recognized for Work With Area Teachers
Randolph was one of only six in the state to receive award from the Virginia Math and Science Coalition
Biology: Randolph College Recognized for Work With Area Teachers
Randolph was one of only six in the state to receive award from the Virginia Math and Science Coalition
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Recognized for Work With Area Teachers
Randolph was one of only six in the state to receive award from the Virginia Math and Science Coalition
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: May 9, 2012
Keep up-to-date on the latest progress of Randolph's $6 million Student Center renovation.
Classics: Susan Stevens presides, presents at symposium
Paper discusses her archaelogical research at Carthage
Latin: Susan Stevens presides, presents at symposium
Paper discusses her archaelogical research at Carthage
Student Center Renovations: Slideshow: Student Center Renovation Update: May 2, 2012
Check out the latest photos from the $6 million Student Center renovation project
Economics: Economic Professor published in The American Economist
Elizabeth Perry-Sizemore coauthors paper on undergraduate research in economics
History: Randolph College Course on the Titanic Makes News
Local columnist features John d’Entremont's history class
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: April 18, 2012
Walls are coming down and spaces are opening up.
Physics: Randolph College to Make First Appearance at the U.S.A. Science and Engineering Festival
National event in Washington, D.C. is designed to showcase science education
Music: Randolph Music Professor and Students Invited to Perform at Carnegie Hall
Randy Speer and members of Chorale made the historic appearance last week
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: April 6, 2012
Progress continues on Randolph's $6 million renovation project
Theatre: WildCat Theatre Presents Psychological Thriller By William Mastrosimone
Extremities is scheduled to run April 19-23
Chinese: Brittany Eubanks ’09 builds success in China thanks to Chinese Studies program
Biology: Lynchburg Bird Club Donates Money to Biology Department
The donation will help pay for a new museum cabinet to house the department's growing collection of avian study specimens
Business: Mark Harrison wins Best Paper award.
Business and economics professors received award at 2012 conference
Economics: Mark Harrison wins Best Paper award.
Business and economics professors received award at 2012 conference
Biology: WDBJ7 Features Michael Shermer
Shermer was the keynote speaker for Randolph's 2012 Science Festival
Chemistry: WDBJ7 Features Michael Shermer
Shermer was the keynote speaker for Randolph's 2012 Science Festival
Physics: WDBJ7 Features Michael Shermer
Shermer was the keynote speaker for Randolph's 2012 Science Festival
Physics: 2012 Science Festival Keynote Speaker Receives Media Coverage
Michael Shermer's demonstration to class featured on WSET
Chemistry: 2012 Science Festival Keynote Speaker Receives Media Coverage
Michael Shermer's demonstration to class featured on WSET
Biology: 2012 Science Festival Keynote Speaker Receives Media Coverage
Michael Shermer's demonstration to class featured on WSET
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: March 22, 2012
View the latest photos of Randolph College's $6 million Student Center renovation project
Physics: Physics Professor Katrin Schenk Publishes Paper in Journal
Physics: Physics Professor Katrin Schenk Invited to Speak at French Institute
Schenk will give talk on her research at the Institute Pasteur
Physics: Physics Professor Katrin Schenk and collaborators at Northwestern University and the University of Nebraska awarded CBITs pilot grant
Dance: Hiawatha Johnson Featured in Local Newspaper
Artist-in-Residence talks magic, music, and dance
Communication: Driver Film Festival Featured in News & Advance
Upcoming festival features women filmmakers
Communication: Driver Film Festival Features Prominent Female Filmmakers
Tracey Deer and Robin Honan will discuss and screen their works March 17-18.
Biology: Randolph College's Science Festival Scheduled for March 22-25
Multi-day event will offer something for everyone
Environmental Studies: Randolph College's Science Festival Scheduled for March 22-25
Multi-day event will offer something for everyone
English: Randolph College's Science Festival Scheduled for March 22-25
Multi-day event will offer something for everyone
Physics: Randolph College's Science Festival Scheduled for March 22-25
Multi-day event will offer something for everyone
Mathematics: Randolph College's Science Festival Scheduled for March 22-25
Multi-day event will offer something for everyone
Environmental Studies: Katelin Shugart-Schmidt '10 Named Virginia Tech’s Graduate Woman of the Year
Shugart-Schmidt was an environmental science major at Randolph
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: March 2, 2012
Follow the progress of Randolph College's $6 million Student Center renovation
Environmental Studies: Katelin Shugart-Schmidt '10 wins Virginia Tech Graduate Woman of the Year Award
Biology: Katelin Shugart-Schmidt '10 wins Virginia Tech Graduate Woman of the Year Award
Mathematics: Katelin Shugart-Schmidt '10 wins Virginia Tech Graduate Woman of the Year Award
Communication: Communication Studies Students Present Scholarship at Conference
Two students win research awards for their presentations
Physics: Society of Physics Students named an Outstanding Chapter by national office
Economics: Economics student earns spot on Academic All-American Team
Colton Hunt '13 is one of few basketball players in the nation to receive this academic honor
Music: Students, professor prepare for Carnegie Hall performance
Randall Speer is taking 20 students to perform under his baton in Carnegie Hall. Discount tickets are available.
English: Bunny Goodjohn takes Edwin Markham Prize for Poetry
English professor and writing program director wins prize for five-poem manuscript
All Departments: Deadline for symposium applications is Feb. 24
The Symposium of Artists and Scholars showcases the finest research, art, writing, and performance by Randolph students.
Theatre: Randolph's WildCat Theatre Presents a New Take on a Shakespeare Classic
A Midsummer Night's Dream runs Feb. 23-27.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: February 16
Check out the latest update of the $6 million renovation project
Physics: Randolph Magazine: The Believing Brain
Founder of Skeptic magazine to headline 2012 Science Festival
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update: February 13
See the latest progress on Randolph's $6 million Student Center renovation project
Art: Ninth Annual Love at the Maier looks at art, love, and nostalgia
Love at the Maier includes activities for adults and children to explore themes of love in art at Randolph College's Maier Museum of Art.
English: English professor named to editorial board for Fitzgerald journal
Heidi Kunz will serve as an editor for The F. Scott Fitzgerald Review
Biology: 2006 Alumna Receives AAUW Fellowship
The prestigious fellowship from the American Association of University Women will provide funding while Naomi Hollingfield Ondrasek completes her dissertation
Student Center Renovations: SLIDESHOW2: Renovation Progress - June through December 2011
A collection of photos showing the renovation progress of areas of the Student Center such as the Skeller, upper floors, and exterior.
Economics: Research by Randolph Students Featured in Local Article About Food Deserts
John Abell and his class published the research in a Virginia journal last year.
Economics: Randolph Economist Published in International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics
Elizabeth Perry-Sizemore ('97) coauthors chapter on writing in economics
Art: Photo Gallery: Opening of Student Curated Exhibition at Maier Museum of Art
More than 200 people attended the opening reception of Mirror of a Passing World: Ephemeral Places, Vanishing Spaces.
Art: Maier Museum of Art: Student exhibition opens
Mirror of a Passing World: Ephemeral Spaces, Vanishing Places runs through April 15, 2012.
Student Center Renovations: Randolph College in the News: Construction Crews Discover Link to the Past
WSET coverage of the discovery of a wall filled with signatures from the Class of 1946.
Student Center Renovations: SLIDESHOW: Renovation Progress - June through December 2011
See photos of the first months of work from demolition to steel beam installation.
Art: Student-curated exhibition opens Friday at Maier Museum of Art
Lots of students can say they have visited to museums and analyzed exhibitions, but students at Randolph College can now talk about what it is like to curate one. (VIDEO included)
Physical Education: Randolph College Announces New Major
Sport and exercise major will begin classes in the fall
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Jan. 18, 2012
Photo blog of recent progress.
Art: VIDEO: Studying Art at Randolph College
Derrick Woods Morrow and Sylvia Tropp discuss their experiences as Randolph art majors.
Physics: Physics Faculty Chosen as Jurors for International Physics Competition
Peter Sheldon will serve as Head Juror while Tatiana Gilstrap will also serve as a juror.
Physics: Greater Lynchburg Community Trust Awards Randolph College a $2,000 Grant for Science Fest
The grant will fund a new poetry contest for K-12 students
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Jan. 11, 2012
Photo blog of recent progress.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Dec. 13, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Physics: Jim Kwon gives talk at international mHealth conference.
Sophomore presents research on using cell phones to measure gait speed.
Physics: Randolph College astronomy class conducts research at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory
Physics: Thawda Aung presents work at international mHealth Summit.
Junior working to build cell phone applications for weight loss and behavior modification.
Political Science: Political Strategist Karl Rove to Speak at Randolph College January 26
Seating is limited and tickets are required for the free event
English: Bunny Goodjohn publishes at Connecticut Review
Art: Student works on photo-a-day goal
If a picture is worth a thousand words, Mimansha Joshi ’14 plans to have 365,000 words-worth by next spring.
Economics: Economics Students, Professor Published in Virginia Journal
Students in John Abell's Economics of Food and Sustainability course researched and wrote paper about food deserts in Lynchburg last spring
Political Science: Randolph Magazine: Living in America
Senior finally receives citizenship after years of red tape.
Economics: Randolph Magazine: Living in America
Senior finally receives citizenship after years of red tape.
Psychology: Randolph Magazine: I Want To Do Everything
New experiences make life interesting for Davenport Leader
American Culture: Randolph Magazine: When Her Thousand Chimneys Smoked
Kelley Deetz uncovers legacy of enslaved cooks for her new book.
History: Randolph Magazine: When Her Thousand Chimneys Smoked
Kelley Deetz uncovers legacy of enslaved cooks for her new book.
Music: Randolph Magazine: In Tune
Students create new a cappella group.
Student Center Renovations: Randolph Magazine: Leaving Their Mark
Student Center renovation uncovers wall painted by Class of 1946.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Nov. 30, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
English: Cambridge University Press Taps Heidi Kunz again
Essay by the Randolph English Professor will be part of a volume focused on Edith Wharton
Economics: Randolph College Chef and Professor Featured on WSET
Dave Wasson shows a reporter how easy it is to cook with local ingredients while John Abell talks about the economic benefits of locavore movement
Art: International Photo Contest Winners Announced
The annual photo contest is open to all students, faculty, and staff, and highlights cultures and places around the world.
Global Studies: International Photo Contest Winners Announced
The annual photo contest is open to all students, faculty, and staff, and highlights cultures and places around the world.
Physics: Physics professor speaks at Big Ideas conference
Physics: Physics faculty presents electricity and lightning show to electrified audience
Theatre: Randolph College Presents Spring Awakening
Randolph is the first college in the region to produce the hit rock-n-roll musical
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Nov. 4, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
English: Randolph College Professors Team Up for Special Reading
Jim Peterson and Randall Speer will collaborate for November 4 poetry reading
Music: Randolph College Professors Team Up for Special Reading
Jim Peterson and Randall Speer will collaborate for November 4 poetry reading
Art: Students create their own mandalas after meeting with visiting Buddhist monks
The week-long demonstration allowed the students to experience another culture and its approach to art.
Communication: Chad Beck Presents Paper on Mexican News and Citizenship
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Oct. 26, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Oct. 20, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Religious Studies: Randolph College to Host Tibetan Monks Oct. 24-28
The monks, who are from Tashikyl, a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Dehra Dun, India, will create a Medicine Buddha sand mandala
Economics: Economics Professor Publishes Letter in Washington Post
John Abell was also published in the New York Times last summer
American Culture: Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Physics: Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Psychology: Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Education: Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Anthropology: Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Communication: Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
History: Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Mathematics: Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Economics: Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Environmental Studies: Tatiana Gilstrap and James Keane have article published in Environmental Earth Sciences.
Professors discover magnetic rocks in nearby Bedford county.
Physics: Tatiana Gilstrap and James Keane have article published in Environmental Earth Sciences.
Professors discover magnetic rocks in nearby Bedford county.
French: Randolph College Hosts Screening of French Film
Free event features discussion with the author and lead actress
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Sept. 22
Photo blog of recent progress.
Music: Emily Yap Chua to Perform September 24
The free 7:30 p.m. concert will feature the work of contemporary female composers, which she highlighted on a recent six-state tour
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Professor Featured in News & Advance
Tatiana Gilstrap was profiled as the paper's Central Virginia Person this week
Physics: Randolph College Professor Featured in News & Advance
Tatiana Gilstrap was profiled as the paper's Central Virginia Person this week
English: Randolph College Hosts Award-Winning Author Fred Chappell Sept. 14
Reading is part of College's Visiting Writer's Series
Student Center Renovations: Randolph Magazine: Building for the Future
Student Center renovation begins to take shape.
Art: Randolph College celebrates 100th anniversary of the Annual Exhibition
The exhibition at the Maier Museum of Art is the longest running series of original exhibitions of contemporary art staged by an academic institution in the United States.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Aug. 31, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Aug. 26, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Physics: Physics Professor Katrin Schenk and student Zahra Adahman selected to give talk at international conference.
Physics: Physics Professor Katrin Schenk publishes paper in the Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology.
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Professor in the News
Tatiana Gilstrap, an environmental sciences professor, featured in local media
Physics: Randolph College Professor in the News
Tatiana Gilstrap, an environmental sciences professor, featured in local media
English: Cambridge University Press Taps Heidi Kunz
Essay by the Randolph English professor will be part of a volume focused on F. Scott Fitzgerald
Physics: Katrin Schenk Awarded Grant from the Alzheimer's Association
Physics professor, students developing system to monitor status of Alzheimer's patients.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Aug. 10, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Economics: Randolph Professors Featured in Local News
John Abell, Brad Bullock, and Kathy Schaefer profiled in story on eating locally grown foods
Environmental Studies: Randolph Professors Featured in Local News
John Abell, Brad Bullock, and Kathy Schaefer profiled in story on eating locally grown foods
English: William Coulter Chosen to Present Paper at Annual Conference
English professor will give paper called, ‘the difficulty of the engining: ’ Traces of the Masque in George Herbert’s The Church
Physics: Katrin Schenk's work profiled in Nature.
Article details her work on the bioinformatics of mouse behavior
Biology: Katrin Schenk's work profiled in Nature.
Article details her work on the bioinformatics of mouse behavior
Engineering Physics: Randolph College Professors Use Rockets to Teach Middle Schoolers About Science
Peter Sheldon and Peggy Schimmoeller host middle school students from local summer career academy
Physics: Randolph College Professors Use Rockets to Teach Middle Schoolers About Science
Peter Sheldon and Peggy Schimmoeller host middle school students from local summer career academy
Education: Randolph College Professors Use Rockets to Teach Middle Schoolers About Science
Peter Sheldon and Peggy Schimmoeller host middle school students from local summer career academy
Communication: Randolph Professor Awarded Her Second Fulbright
Jennifer Gauthier to spend fall semester as Research Chair in North American Society and Culture at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - Aug. 3, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - July 28, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - July 27, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Bonus Update - July 26, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
English: Heidi Kunz Presents Paper in France
Professor discusses F. Scott Fitzgerald's creative experimentation in three of his lesser known works.
Religious Studies: Rising Senior Explores Medieval Christian Mystics and Zen Buddhists
Corbin Nall '12 works with Gordon Steffey, a professor of religious studies, during 2011 Summer Research Program
Economics: Economics Students Work With Professor to Study A Nonprofit's Impact on Property Values
Students partner with the Lynchburg Neighborhood Development Foundation for research project
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - July 21, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Economics: Economics Professor Published in New York Times
John Abell's editorial included in package on how U.S. companies can help the debt crisis
History: Randolph Students and Professor Research Rivermont History
Summer Research Project helps bring local history to life
Environmental Studies: Randolph Professors Work to Help Local Teachers
SCHEV grant and Summer Research Program help College offer program
Economics: John Abell Publishes Letter in New York Times
July 13 publication included Abell's views on how U.S. companies can help the debt crisis
Psychology: Summer Research Project focuses on mental health stigma
Caroline Mann worked with students to collect and analyze data
English: Mara Amster and Jerry Wells '12 Use Summer Research to examine 2008 Eliot Spitzer scandal
Research uses technology to aid data collection and analysis
Biology: Randolph College Students Study Edible Landscaping
Summer Research Project looked at use of landscaping plants to provide fruit, nuts, and berries
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Students Study Edible Landscaping
Summer Research Project looked at use of landscaping plants to provide fruit, nuts, and berries
Physics: Randolph Professors Work to Help Local Teachers
SCHEV grant and Summer Research Program help College offer program
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation Update - July 13, 2011
Photo blog of recent progress.
Student Center Renovations: Renovation is Underway - July 8, 2011
Construction is well underway on Randolph's $6 million Student Center renovation.
Music: Emily Yap Chua Guest Lectures at North Carolina Governor's School
Professor speaks on gender and sexuality in American popular music.
Physics: New SCHEV Grant Allows Randolph Professors to Help Local Teachers
$140,000 grant funds program aimed at providing teachers with more effective resources and training in math and science instruction
Environmental Studies: New SCHEV Grant Allows Randolph Professors to Help Local Teachers
$140,000 grant funds program aimed at providing teachers with more effective resources and training in math and science instruction
Physics: Science Education Group Wins $140,000 SCHEV Grant
For the third year in a row, faculty will use funds to develop research-based teaching methods for elementary and middle school teachers.
Education: Science Education Group Wins $140,000 SCHEV Grant
For the third year in a row, faculty will use funds to develop research-based teaching methods for elementary and middle school teachers.
Economics: Randolph College in the News: Economics Class Makes Impact on Lynchburg
John Abell's Economics of Food and Sustainability course offers interesting look at Lynchburg's food options
Environmental Studies: Randolph College in the News: Economics Class Makes Impact on Lynchburg
John Abell's Economics of Food and Sustainability course offers interesting look at Lynchburg's food options
Business: Randolph College in the News: Economics Class Makes Impact on Lynchburg
John Abell's Economics of Food and Sustainability course offers interesting look at Lynchburg's food options
Communication: Jennifer Gauthier awarded Fulbright Research Grant
Communication studies professor will conduct research this fall at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.
Art: Senior Art Show Opens
Maier Museum shows the works of graduating seniors Joanna Bourque, Eileen Buckingham and Rashan Colbert.
Environmental Studies: Randolph College in the News
Karin Warren, a Randolph environmental studies professor, is featured on WSET
Global Studies: Model United Nations Team Shines at National Conference
Randolph students recognized as among top delegates for fifth year in a row.
Model United Nations: Model United Nations Team Shines at National Conference
Randolph students recognized as among top delegates for fifth year in a row.
Political Science: Model United Nations Team Shines at National Conference
Randolph students recognized as among top delegates for fifth year in a row.
Biology: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: The Art of Science
Lydia Kirchner '11 blends passions for art and biology to curate exhibit at the Maier Museum of Art.
Art: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: The Art of Science
Lydia Kirchner '11 blends passions for art and biology to curate exhibit at the Maier Museum of Art.
Philosophy: David Schwartz Lectures at Furman University on Consumer Ethics
Randolph philosophy professor opens eyes to the ethical choices behind everyday purchases.
Business: David Schwartz Lectures at Furman University on Consumer Ethics
Randolph philosophy professor opens eyes to the ethical choices behind everyday purchases.
Global Studies: David Schwartz Lectures at Furman University on Consumer Ethics
Randolph philosophy professor opens eyes to the ethical choices behind everyday purchases.
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Junior Earns Honorable Mention from Udall Foundation
Louise Searle '12 was recognized for her academic and leadership skills
Theatre: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Unstaged
Skits. Improv. Poetry. Music. Stand up. Anything goes. No Shame Theatre offers Randolph community chance to shine on stage.
English: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Unstaged
Skits. Improv. Poetry. Music. Stand up. Anything goes. No Shame Theatre offers Randolph community chance to shine on stage.
American Culture Program: Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
Psychology: Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
Sociology: Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
Communication: Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
American Culture: Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
Religious Studies: Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
History: Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
English: Profile: Frances Mayes '62
Mayes is the author of Under the Tuscan Sun and her newest book Every Day in Tuscany.
Environmental Studies: Whale Tales
Students study nature writing and global change during trip to Mexico.
English: Whale Tales
Students study nature writing and global change during trip to Mexico.
Physics: Star Power
Professors hope Star Parties at Winfree Observatory will spark community interest in science.
Astronomy: Star Power
Professors hope Star Parties at Winfree Observatory will spark community interest in science.
History: Colonel Martin Wiseman - Unlikely Graduate
Successful military career takes 1979 R-MWC alumnus to combat zones.
Business: Colonel Martin Wiseman - Unlikely Graduate
Successful military career takes 1979 R-MWC alumnus to combat zones.
Environmental Studies: Green Graduation
New eco-friendly commencement gowns made from recycled water bottles.
History: Profile: Annamarie Pagel '11 - Road Scholar
Annamarie favorite place is behind the wheel of her beloved 1997 Nissan Sentra named “Yertle the Turtle.”
World in Britain Program: Profile: Annamarie Pagel '11 - Road Scholar
Annamarie favorite place is behind the wheel of her beloved 1997 Nissan Sentra named “Yertle the Turtle.”
Physics: Profile: Yanpaing Oo ’11 - Experiential Learning
Adjusting to language and cultural differences was challengin but the Myanmar native embraced every new experience he could. He was one of the first students to receive the China internship with Energizer Holdings, Inc.
Mathematics: Profile: Yanpaing Oo ’11 - Experiential Learning
Adjusting to language and cultural differences was challengin but the Myanmar native embraced every new experience he could. He was one of the first students to receive the China internship with Energizer Holdings, Inc.
Chinese: Profile: Yanpaing Oo ’11 - Experiential Learning
Adjusting to language and cultural differences was challengin but the Myanmar native embraced every new experience he could. He was one of the first students to receive the China internship with Energizer Holdings, Inc.
Business: Profile: Yanpaing Oo ’11 - Experiential Learning
Adjusting to language and cultural differences was challengin but the Myanmar native embraced every new experience he could. He was one of the first students to receive the China internship with Energizer Holdings, Inc.
Psychology: Profile: Lexi Mandarakas ’11 - Taking the Reins
Lexi knew about Randolph's outstanding riding program, but it took a year to discover the strength of the psychology department.
Sociology: Profile: Aaron Humphreys '11 - Learning to Lead
Aaron seized the opportunity to make history as a founding member of Randolph's first soccer team.
Physical Education: Profile: Aaron Humphreys '11 - Learning to Lead
Aaron seized the opportunity to make history as a founding member of Randolph's first soccer team.
Political Science: Profile: Anneka Freeman '11 - A Quiet Strength
Even cancer couldn't stop Anneka from making the most of her Randolph experience.
English: Profile: Anneka Freeman '11 - A Quiet Strength
Even cancer couldn't stop Anneka from making the most of her Randolph experience.
World in Britain Program: Profile: Anneka Freeman '11 - A Quiet Strength
Even cancer couldn't stop Anneka from making the most of her Randolph experience.
Classics: Profile: Anneka Freeman '11 - A Quiet Strength
Even cancer couldn't stop Anneka from making the most of her Randolph experience.
Economics: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Economics in Action
Partnership helps College forge ties with local housing nonprofit.
Interdisciplinary Studies: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Inventing Solutions
Inventions course help teach creative and critical problem-solving skills.
Chemistry: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Inventing Solutions
Inventions course help teach creative and critical problem-solving skills.
Sociology: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Learning How to Learn
Metacognition concept adds new element to interdisciplinary Good Earth course.
Economics: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Learning How to Learn
Metacognition concept adds new element to interdisciplinary Good Earth course.
Art: Profile: Kitty Stark Caldwell '74
Trustee is involved in community service and with several art museums.
Student Center Renovations: Randolph Magazine: Building for the Future
$6 million renovation will create state-of-the-art facility.
Theatre: The Visit Rolls Into WildCat Theatre
Latest production set to open Friday, April 1
Philosophy: Randolph College Philosophy Professor David Schwartz Featured in Local News
Chemistry: Jim Kwon to Conduct Alzheimers Research This Summer
Student selected for coveted paid assistantship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Biology: Jim Kwon to Conduct Alzheimers Research This Summer
Student selected for coveted paid assistantship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Physics: Jim Kwon to Conduct Alzheimers Research This Summer
Student selected for coveted paid assistantship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
English: Frances Mayes '62 returns to Randolph for Lynchburg Reads Lecture
Best selling author to speak March 28
Economics: Economics Faculty, Students Attend and Present at Conference
Phanwin Yokying '11 steps up to participate as discussant for a general session.
Physics: Physics Professor Featured on WSET
Peter Sheldon teaches New Vistas students about electricity
English: VIDEO: Visiting Writer Anthony D'Aries - Part One
A mash-up of music, masculinity, and the vibrant cultural clashes of the 1970s, Anthony D'Aries' completed memoir Aural History artfully explores the dynamics of family against a Pollackesque backdrop of pop, politics, and patrimony.
English: VIDEO: Visiting Writer Anthony D'Aries - Part Two
With a savvy mixture of humor and poignance, writer Anthony D'Aries recounts the drama surrounding a letter his father penned while a soldier in Vietnam in this, the second excerpt from his completed memoir Aural History.
American Culture Program: Kelley Deetz to Speak at College of William and Mary
Deetz to participate in the Anthropology Graduate Student Collective.
Anthropology: Kelley Deetz to Speak at College of William and Mary
Deetz to participate in the Anthropology Graduate Student Collective.
English: Visiting Writer William Trowbridge Offers Reading from Newest Poetry Collection
Known for his wit and humor, Trowbridge is the author of five full-length collections.
Latin: Randolph College Offers New Summer Latin Institute
Open to community, the two six-week courses will provide six credit hours of college Latin
Communication: Communication Students Present Research, Win at Regional Conference
Caroline English and Aster Thomas, take first and third places respectively.
Psychology: Beth Schwartz Co-Authors Book on Writing in APA Style
American Culture Program: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part One
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Political Science: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part One
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Religious Studies: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part One
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
English: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part One
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
History: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part One
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Sociology: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part One
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
American Culture: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part One
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Global Studies: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part One
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
American Culture: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part Two
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Global Studies: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part Two
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
History: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part Two
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
American Culture Program: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part Two
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
English: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part Two
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Gender Studies: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part Two
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Political Science: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part Two
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Religious Studies: VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part Two
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Music: Randall Speer to Conduct at Lincoln Center
Professor will lead New York City choral performance on April 24.
Education: Holly Layne Chosen as Master Star Rater Consultant
Layne, director of the Randolph College Nursery School, was selected by the The Office of Early Childhood Development in partnership with the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation
Physics: Randolph's Chapter of Society of Physics Students Once Again Wins National Award
Randolph College named Outstanding Chapter for fifth year.
Music: Emily Yap Chua Performs Nationally
Concerts in Virginia will be followed with appearances in five other states
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Receives VFIC Sustainability Grant
Award will allow College to purchase recycling center
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Professor Featured Expert on WSET
Karin Warren discusses the environmental impact of snow removal chemicals and abrasives
Business: Randolph College Receives Grant from Omicron Delta Epsilon for Economics Speakers Series
Grant was prepared by Wazhma Furmuli ’11 and Wenjiao Liu ’11
Economics: Randolph College Receives Grant from Omicron Delta Epsilon for Economics Speakers Series
Grant was prepared by Wazhma Furmuli ’11 and Wenjiao Liu ’11
Physics: The Greater Lynchburg Community Trust Announces Grant Supporting Randolph's Science Fest
GLCT is one of several organizations and businesses supporting the free community event
Economics: Randolph College Professor Featured in Local Lecture Series
John Abell, an economics professor, will speak Feb. 10 on the financial and economic crisis
Student Center Renovations: Student Center Renovation to Begin this Summer
Project Announcement
Theatre: Randolph Offers Lynchburg's Only No Shame Theatre
Open performance venue begins weekly shows Jan. 28
Student Center Renovations: Randolph College Announces $6 Million Student Center Renovation
Randolph College will begin construction on a $6 million renovation of its Student Center this summer, President John E. Klein announced on Tuesday, January 25, 2011.
Theatre: WildCat Theatre Brings Lynchburg Proof
Pulitzer Prize-winning play also won a Tony Award
English: Randolph's Visiting Writer Series Features Reading by Anthony D’Aries
Feb. 2 event is free and open to the public
Physics: Randolph College Science Festival Receives Grants, Sponsorship
Free event is scheduled for March 25-27
Communication: Jennifer Gauthier publishes essay on Native American/indigenous film
Work to appear in Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities
Communication: Communication Studies Professor and Student Present Research at Regional Conference
Classics: Susan Stevens Receives National Teaching Award
Randolph classics professor to receive Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award from AIA
Latin: Susan Stevens Receives National Teaching Award
Randolph classics professor to receive Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award from AIA
English: Nancy Goulde named to Fulbright National Screening Committee
Political Science: Profile: Gail Waller '71
Senior counsel for the ACLU developed a passion for constitutional law during her college years.
Global Studies: Howard Dean visits Randolph
Former governor of Vermont emphasizes the power of young voters.
Political Science: Howard Dean visits Randolph
Former governor of Vermont emphasizes the power of young voters.
Communication: New Faces 2010-2011
Randolph welcomes new faculty, coaches, trustees.
Astronomy: New Faces 2010-2011
Randolph welcomes new faculty, coaches, trustees.
Theatre: New Faces 2010-2011
Randolph welcomes new faculty, coaches, trustees.
Business: New Faces 2010-2011
Randolph welcomes new faculty, coaches, trustees.
Economics: New Faces 2010-2011
Randolph welcomes new faculty, coaches, trustees.
Art: New Faces 2010-2011
Randolph welcomes new faculty, coaches, trustees.
American Culture Program: New Faces 2010-2011
Randolph welcomes new faculty, coaches, trustees.
Psychology: New Faces 2010-2011
Randolph welcomes new faculty, coaches, trustees.
Physics: New Faces 2010-2011
Randolph welcomes new faculty, coaches, trustees.
Biology: Natural Treasures
Three preservation properties provide unique outdoor classrooms.
Psychology: Style and Substance
Professor Beth Schwartz and colleagues pen student-friendly guide to APA style.
Classics: Profile: Giving Back
Jennifer Lee '03 shows that giving consistently, even if it's a little at a time, can make a difference.
American Culture: Profile: Giving Back
Jennifer Lee '03 shows that giving consistently, even if it's a little at a time, can make a difference.
American Culture Program: Profile: Giving Back
Jennifer Lee '03 shows that giving consistently, even if it's a little at a time, can make a difference.
Theatre: Profile: Giving Back
Jennifer Lee '03 shows that giving consistently, even if it's a little at a time, can make a difference.
Theatre: Profile: Laugh Tracking
Lianna Carrera '07 finds life in comedy on the road.
Political Science: Profile: Laugh Tracking
Lianna Carrera '07 finds life in comedy on the road.
English: The Write Stuff
The Jack, Randolph's new online journal, showcases student writing.
Classics: Learning Latin
Randolph students volunteer to keep local elementary school program from being cut.
Latin: Learning Latin
Randolph students volunteer to keep local elementary school program from being cut.
Political Science: Randolph Remembers December 14, 1960
On December 14, 1960, Mary Edith Bentley Abu-Saba ’61 and Rebecca Mays Owen ’61, along with four other local college students, struck a blow for civil rights in conservative Lynchburg, Virginia.
Sociology: Randolph Remembers December 14, 1960
On December 14, 1960, Mary Edith Bentley Abu-Saba ’61 and Rebecca Mays Owen ’61, along with four other local college students, struck a blow for civil rights in conservative Lynchburg, Virginia.
Gender Studies: Randolph Remembers December 14, 1960
On December 14, 1960, Mary Edith Bentley Abu-Saba ’61 and Rebecca Mays Owen ’61, along with four other local college students, struck a blow for civil rights in conservative Lynchburg, Virginia.
Philosophy: Randolph Remembers December 14, 1960
On December 14, 1960, Mary Edith Bentley Abu-Saba ’61 and Rebecca Mays Owen ’61, along with four other local college students, struck a blow for civil rights in conservative Lynchburg, Virginia.
History: Randolph Remembers December 14, 1960
On December 14, 1960, Mary Edith Bentley Abu-Saba ’61 and Rebecca Mays Owen ’61, along with four other local college students, struck a blow for civil rights in conservative Lynchburg, Virginia.
American Culture: Randolph Remembers December 14, 1960
On December 14, 1960, Mary Edith Bentley Abu-Saba ’61 and Rebecca Mays Owen ’61, along with four other local college students, struck a blow for civil rights in conservative Lynchburg, Virginia.
History: Profile: Defending History
Kathleen Conti '11 adds to public debate about Stalin's role in WWII.
Biology: Feature: Into the Woods
Ron Gettinger researches American beech tree nut production cycles.
Environmental Studies: Sabbatical at Sea
While teaching with the Semester at Sea program, Professor Rick Barnes crossed the equator, got soaked with fish guts and hung out with Nobel Prize winner Desmond Tutu.
Psychology: Sabbatical at Sea
While teaching with the Semester at Sea program, Professor Rick Barnes crossed the equator, got soaked with fish guts and hung out with Nobel Prize winner Desmond Tutu.
English: Visiting Writer Nance Van Winckel Holds Reading of Short Fiction
Free event on Nov. 10 is open to the public
Theatre: In the News: New Randolph College Professor Takes on Reckless play
Mace Archer and his first Randolph production are featured in the News & Advance
Environmental Studies: Students and Faculty present at National Conference
Environmental Studies and Organic Garden students share research at the Association for the Advancement of Higher Education Conference in Denver
Communication: Chad Beck Presents at Global Fusion 2010
His presentation, "Hybridity, Genre, and In-Program Advertising on Mexico's TV Azteca," explored global advertising in Mexico
Mathematics: Paul Irwin named to selection committee for M. Gweneth Humphreys Award by Association for Women in Mathematics
Award honors former Randolph-Macon Woman
Music: Randall Speer wins Davidson Award
Randall Speer, associate professor of music, was named as the recipient of the Katherine Graves Davidson Award during Convocation ceremonies August 31, 2010 at Randolph College.
All Departments: Laura-Gray Street Wins Poetry Prize for "Goya
English professor wins contest by Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built and Natural Environments
English: Laura-Gray Street Wins Poetry Prize for "Goya
English professor wins contest by Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built and Natural Environments
Political Science: In the News: Howard Dean Talks Politics at Randolph College
WSET coverage of Howard Dean
Political Science: In the News: Howard Dean Shares Political Lessons at Randolph College
News & Advance coverage of Howard Dean
Sociology: Daniel Farr to appear in Pushing Daisies Anthology
“The Queer, Quirky World of Pushing Daisies.”
Sociology: Daniel Farr to serve as guest journal editor
Special issue on Fat Masculinities for Men and Masculinities
Sociology: Professor Co-authors Chapter on Queer Indian Documentary: Khush
Daniel Farr, Sociology and Jennifer Gauthier, Communications
Communication: Professor Co-authors Chapter on Queer Indian Documentary: Khush
Daniel Farr, Sociology and Jennifer Gauthier, Communications
Political Science: In the News: Dennis Stevens Adds Insight to WSET Story on Election Polls
Stevens, the vice president for academic affairs and dean of the Randolph College shares expertise with WSET
Greek: In the News: Randolph College's Greek Play Featured on WDBJ7
"Hecuba" scheduled for Oct. 8-10
Classics: In the News: Randolph College's Greek Play Featured on WDBJ7
"Hecuba" scheduled for Oct. 8-10
Greek: In the News: Randolph College Greek Play Featured in Local Publication
The Burg showcases 2010 performance of Hecuba (Oct. 8-10)
Classics: In the News: Randolph College Greek Play Featured in Local Publication
The Burg showcases 2010 performance of Hecuba (Oct. 8-10)
Economics: In the News: Research by Randolph College Students Helps Local Non Profit
Professor John Abell discusses student research on economic impact of renovation of historic properties
Physics: Katrin Schenk publishes paper in Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
Physics: Physics Professor Facilitates Gender Equity Project
Education: Randolph College Science Festival Receives Support from Wal-Mart
The event will be held March 25-27 at Randolph College
Physics: Randolph College Science Festival Receives Support from Wal-Mart
The event will be held March 25-27 at Randolph College
Physics: Physics Professor Presents Roller Coaster Research at James Madison University
Peter Sheldon worked with Kacey Meaker
Political Science: Howard Dean to Speak at Randolph College
The former presidential candidate will spend time with students, deliver public talk.
Environmental Studies: Rick Barnes blogs from Semester at Sea
Professor teaches psychology and environmental studies courses aboard ship.
Psychology: Rick Barnes blogs from Semester at Sea
Professor teaches psychology and environmental studies courses aboard ship.
Philosophy: David Schwartz Appears on Texas Public Radio Show
Philosophy professor discusses his newest book.
Philosophy: Philosophy Professor Featured on WVTF
David Schwartz discusses consumer ethics and his new book during Sept. 14 segment
Physics: Peter Sheldon Named Associate Chief Reader of AP Physics Exam
Environmental Studies: 2010 Alumna Receives Honor at Conference
Katelin Shugart-Schmidt ’10 was named the Best Oral Student Presenter at the Hawaii Conservation Conference
Greek: Luckiest Classicist in the World
Professor Amy R. Cohen puts her own touch on Greek Play tradition.
Classics: Luckiest Classicist in the World
Professor Amy R. Cohen puts her own touch on Greek Play tradition.
Communication: Jennifer Gauthier wins Larew Award
Jennifer Gauthier, associate professor of communication studies, was named as the recipient of the Gillie A. Larew Distinguished Teaching Award during Convocation ceremonies August 31, 2010 at Randolph College.
Music: Emily Chua wins inaugural Davidson faculty scholarship award
Emily Chua, associate professor of music, was named as the first recipient of the Katherine Graves Davidson Scholarship Award, during opening convocation ceremonies at Randolph College on August 31, 2010.
Communication: Chad Beck Publishes article in International Journal of Cultural Studies
Article studies Azteca America, a U.S. Spanish language network
Mathematics: In the News: Teachers Get Hands On Science Lessons
WDBJ7 coverage of Randolph College's Math and Science Institute and its work at Jubilee Family Development Center
Education: In the News: Teachers Get Hands On Science Lessons
WDBJ7 coverage of Randolph College's Math and Science Institute and its work at Jubilee Family Development Center
Physics: In the News: Teachers Get Hands On Science Lessons
WDBJ7 coverage of Randolph College's Math and Science Institute and its work at Jubilee Family Development Center
Music: In the News: Faculty and Student Summer Research Project Helping to Save Musical History of College
News & Advance coverage of project by Randall Speer and students
Psychology: Holly Tatum Appears on APS Blog
Psychology professor's Facebook research earns her spot on video blog.
English: Bunny Goodjohn named 2010 Edwin Markham Award Finalist
"Misfits" published in San Jose University's literary journal.
Psychology: Holly Tatum Appears on APS Blog
Tatum's research chosen as topic of video blog.
Biology: Biology Professor Awarded Grant for Beech Tree Research
The grant from VFIC will expand Ron Gettinger’s multi-year study of the patterns of growth and nut production in American beech trees
Biology: Biology Professor Awarded Grant for Beech Tree Research
The grant from VFIC will expand Ron Gettinger’s multi-year study of the patterns of growth and nut production in American beech trees
Education: Randolph Receives Grant to Enhance Teacher Education with Technology
The College is one of five schools to receive the grant, funded by the Verizon Foundation through a program of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC)
Classics: Classics Students Garner End of Year Honors
Roundup of recent achievements.
Music: VFIC Awards Randolph Capital Project Grant
Project will provide upgrades to music practice rooms
Mathematics: Yesem Kurt Published in International Journal
"Deciphering an Undergraduate Cryptology Course" included in April 2010 issue
Education: Randolph Receives Grant to Enhance Teacher Education with Technology
The College is one of five schools to receive the grant, funded by the Verizon Foundation through a program of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC).
Physics: Randolph Receives Grant to Enhance Teacher Education with Technology
The College is one of five schools to receive the grant, funded by the Verizon Foundation through a program of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC).
Philosophy: John Justice Presents Paper at Conference
Chemistry: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.
English: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.
Environmental Studies: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.
Classics: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.
Philosophy: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.
Sociology: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.
Psychology: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.
French: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Sharing Algerian Women’s Voices
Madison Kebler ’10 is translating a book by feminist writer Maissa Bey into English as part of her Honors project in French.
Classics: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Other People's Mail
Rhiannon Knol '11 and Eric Struble '11 create Latin reader.
English: English Professor Named Finalist in Longleaf Poetry Chapbook Contest
Bunny Goodjohn wrote The Weather House
Art: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Senior Art Exhibition On Display Apr. 29-May 16
Works by art majors from the class of 2010 will be on view in the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College.
Dance: Randolph Magazine Cover Story: Grit and Grace
Preparation for the Annual Spring Dance Concert means months of grit, pain, and emotion as students juggle the demands of academics and dance. (Includes Feature Video)
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Senior Earns Coveted Spot at Sorensen Institute
Danielle Simms selected to attend the 2010 College Leaders Program conducted by the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership
Music: Randolph College Collaborates With City Talent to Present Mozart's
Event featuring Randolph College’s Chorale, Court Street United Methodist Church’s Chancel Choir, St. John Episcopal Church’s Church Choir, and the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra scheduled for April 25.
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Senior Earns Coveted Spot at Sorensen Institute
Danielle Simms selected to attend the 2010 College Leaders Program conducted by the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership
Art: Randolph Student, Alumnae Admitted to Graduate Schools
Sarah Kreiger, Emily Hanson and Emily Schuetz to pursue advanced degrees.
Latin: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Other People's Mail
Rhiannon Knol '11 and Eric Struble '11 create Latin reader.
Sociology: Daniel Farr Publishes Article in Anthology
"A Very Personal World: Advertisement and Identity of Trans-persons on Craigslist
Sociology: Daniel Farr Publishes Article in "Radical Teacher"
Title: Problematizing Sex and Gender with Transgender Marriage Law
Sociology: Daniel Farr to Serve as Guest Editor for Journal
Men and Masculinities in Women's Studies
Gender Studies: Daniel Farr to Serve as Guest Editor for Journal
Men and Masculinities in Women's Studies
Political Science: Model UN Delegation Continues Winning Streak
Student delegation wins two awards while at international conference in New York
Environmental Studies: Megan Roberts ’10 Selected For Preservation Institute Nantucket Summer Program
The eight-week summer program allows students to participate in the documentation of a historic structure on Nantucket Island
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Junior Earns Prestigious Udall Scholarship
Ludovic Lemaitre recognized by Morris K. Udall Foundation
Education: Randolph College Education Program Scores National Accreditation
Randolph is first school in Lynchburg to receive TEAC accreditation
Dance: Randolph College Annual Spring Dance Concert Highlighted
News & Advance features student performance
Biology: Randolph College Annual Spring Dance Concert Highlighted
News & Advance features student performance
Economics: Senior Rosanna del Mar Torres Medina Presents Economics Research
Philosophy: Rachel Crowder to do Graduate Work at Virginia Tech
Economics: Elizabeth Perry-Sizemore Re-elected as CUR Social Sciences Councilor
Classics: Megan Barrett Takes Second in National Greek Translation Contest
Barrett also victorious in Randolph College Latin Scrabble Tournament
Classics: Randolph Students Take Second Place in National Classics Competition
Rhiannon Knol '11, Eric Struble '11 shine in their first Certamen tournament.
Art: Art Faculty to Lead Students on Seminar to Italy
Kathy Muehlemann and Andrea Campbell will unveil Renaissance art and technique
Education: Randolph College Receives National Accreditation from Teacher Education Accreditation Council
Randolph College is only school in Lynchburg, and one of just 10 in the state, to earn TEAC accreditation
Physical Education: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Tournament of Heroes
WildCats compete in New York competition honoring those lost on 9-11.
Music: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Rock On!
New pep band generates school spirit at athletic events.
Music: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Randolph College Professors Release New Work
Music professors Emily Yap Chua and Randall Speer produce piano performance CD, choral works.
Physics: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: New Lasers Add to Classes, Popular Science Day Event
Randolph is one of just 22 schools to earn grant from American Physical Society.
Business: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: BioTech Breakthrough
Calcimedica founder Gonul Velicelebi '73 works to control the inflammation caused by autoimmune diseases.
Biology: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: BioTech Breakthrough
Calcimedica founder Gonul Velicelebi '73 works to control the inflammation caused by autoimmune diseases.
Chemistry: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: BioTech Breakthrough
Calcimedica founder Gonul Velicelebi '73 works to control the inflammation caused by autoimmune diseases.
Classics: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Philip Thayer Memorial Lecture
Bryan Doerries uses ancient Greek drama to help modern day warriors and their families.
Chemistry: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Barbara Montague '51 Leaves $1.7 Million Gift
Passion for chemistry leads alumna to long, successful career with DuPont
Mathematics: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Barbara Montague '51 Leaves $1.7 Million Gift
Passion for chemistry leads alumna to long, successful career with DuPont
Biology: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Love of the Game
Lacrosse players always seem to carry around a stick and a ball for the random moments when it's possible to toss with someone.
Physical Education: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: LAX is Back!
WildCats field women’s lacrosse team after 11-year hiatus.
Music: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Alumna Named Executive Director of New York City Ballet
From a very early age I could not imagine music and the arts not being a focus of my life.
Dance: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Alumna Named Executive Director of New York City Ballet
From a very early age I could not imagine music and the arts not being a focus of my life.
Economics: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Professor’s Research Focuses On Sustainable Economic Practices in Guatemala
John Abell seeks economics where people matter.
Business: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Professor’s Research Focuses On Sustainable Economic Practices in Guatemala
John Abell seeks economics where people matter.
Economics: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Good to the Last Drop
Main Grounds features new "beyond fair trade" coffee brand.
Biology: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Choreographing the Science of Dance
Brittany Dickey ’10 merges her interests in biology and dance into a double major.
Dance: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Choreographing the Science of Dance
Brittany Dickey ’10 merges her interests in biology and dance into a double major.
Environmental Studies: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: More Than A Garden
New rain garden project part of groundbreaking partnership with City of Lynchburg.
Classics: Randolph to Host Conference on Ancient Drama
Event will coincide with the October 2010 performances of The Greek Play
Music: Randolph College Welcomes Acclaimed Pianist April 10
Victor Santiago Asuncion has appeared in major concert halls in Brazil, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Turkey and the Philippines
Classics: Professor Amy Cohen Presents at Foreign Language Association
Also guest-teaches class at Wellesley College
Classics: Randolph Students Accepted to Prestigious Classical Programs
Classics majors choose from Oxford, Brown, University of Chicago, Michigan, North Carolina and Yale
Classics: Susan Stevens to Present at National Conference
Professor will discuss archaeological research in North Africa
Classics: Rhiannon Knol and Eric Struble to Present at National Conference
Summer research project leads to creation of Latin reader.
Dance: Randolph College Senior Shares Love of Dance With Local Elementary School Students
Brittany Dickey '10 leads dance workshop as part of Davenport Leadership Program capstone experience
Music: Pianist Emily Yap Chua performs on Nashville Public Radio
Collaborates with the Eclectic Chamber Players on the
Economics: Elizabeth Perry-Sizemore Named President-Elect of Virginia Association of Economists
Professional group promotes inquiry, education on economic issues in Virginia
Communication: Randolph College Film Festival Focuses on Power of the Indvidual
News & Advance coverage of Driver Film Series
Music: Pianist Emily Yap Chua performs on Nashville Public Radio
Collaborates with the Eclectic Chamber Players on the "In Studio C" program
Physics: Lynchburg's Only Science Festival Planned for March 26-28
Randolph College to host weekend of demonstrations, activities, movies, and observatory viewings
Economics: Elizabeth Perry-Sizemore Named President-Elect of Virginia Association of Economists
Professional group promotes inquiry, education on economic issues in Virginia
Economics: Senior Rosanna del Mar Torres Medina Presents Economics Research
Communication: Randolph College Presents Film Festival
Film series features Academy Award-winning 'FreeHeld', Academy Award-nominated 'The Garden,' and 'Journey Into America.'
Music: Alumna debuts in Puccini’s Tosca
Jennifer Woodward '08 singing with Lowell House Opera in New England
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Students and Faculty Present Research
Group shares work at National Meeting of American Physical Society in Washington, D.C.
Physics: Randolph College Students and Faculty Present Research
Group shares work at National Meeting of American Physical Society in Washington, D.C.
Classics: Eta Sigma Phi Inducts Four
Students, Faculty to Attend National Conference.
Economics: Awash in the Politics of Chocolate
News & Advance columnist features upcoming Randolph College speaker
Environmental Studies: Awash in the Politics of Chocolate
News & Advance columnist features upcoming Randolph College speaker
Physics: Physics Faculty, Students Report Research at National Conference
Peter Sheldon and Tatiana Gilstrap present at American Physical Society National Meeting in Washington, DC
Classics: Theater of War Founder Presents Thayer Lecture
Bryan Doerries' nationally acclaimed work with Department of Defense uses Greek drama to reach soldiers, veterans, and their families
English: Heidi Kunz to Address Science and Culture Symposium in Germany
English professor to discuss the cultural significance of U.S. astronomer Maria Mitchell.
Education: In the News: Kakenya Ntaiya Interviewed on NPR
Alumna speaks on family planning issues in Africa.
Economics: Chocolate Can Heal the World
Greg Landua, eco-social entrepreneur and founder of 'beyond fair trade' chocolate business, to speak Feb. 15
Environmental Studies: Chocolate Can Heal the World
Greg Landua, eco-social entrepreneur and founder of 'beyond fair trade' chocolate business, to speak Feb. 15
Environmental Studies: Randolph Faculty, Students Lead Session at National Conference on Science, Policy and the Environment
Discussion promoted strategic partnerships between academia, citizens, and local government to promote sustainable urban planning and development.
Sociology: Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Living Sociology
Professor Brad Bullock's research leads to service learning trip to St. Lucia, national publication.
Music: Emily Yap Chua interviewed by WVTF
With collaborator Nicholas Ross, discuss new CD release
Political Science: Vice President of Academic Affairs Featured on WSET
Dennis Stevens provides commentary about importance of State of the Union address
Art: Randolph College Senior Earns Prestigious Art Fellowship
Sarah Kreiger one of just six students in the state to receive $6,000 graduate fellowship
Music: Randall Speer to have choral works published
Marian: A New Orleans Madrigal and Nesem vom Noviny are a capella pieces.
Communication: Jennifer Gauthier has Article Published in International Journal of Cultural Studies
Selling Alberta at the Mall: The Representation of a Canadian Province at the 2006 Smithsonian Folklife Festival
Art: Randolph College's Maier Museum Looks at Landscapes
Local coverage of College's 99th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art
Environmental Studies: Author of 'Confessions of a Radical Industrialist' to speak Feb. 1
Ray Anderson is known internationally for his advanced and progressive stance on industrial ecology and sustainability.
Physics: Science Education Group Publishes Paper
Shake It Up
Education: Science Education Group Publishes Paper
Shake It Up
Physics: Randolph College Physics Students Win National Award
Society of Physics Students named Outstanding Chapter from national organization
Communication: Randolph College Professor in the News
Communications Professor Jennifer Gauthier discusses importance of new Disney film
Education: Randolph College Student Does it All
Mother of three, Brooke Mlaka finds balance between school and family thanks to support of Randolph College community
Physics: Randolph College Physics Professor Named Finalist in National Competition
Peter Sheldon one of 18 professors in the running for Outstanding Advisor Award from Society of Physics Students
Physics: Physics Students Teach Cub Scouts Physics
WSET coverage of Cub Scout Pinewood Derby Car workshop
French: Madison Kebler Translates French Book into English
Student hopes to publish work, bring attention to struggles of Muslim women.
Dance: New York Dance Teacher Summit
Kelly Malone Dudley
Classics: Susan Stevens to co-chair coloquium honoring her mentor
John Humphrey is the recipient of the Archaeological Institute of America Gold Medal.
Classics: Stevens work to appear in Journal of Roman Archaeology
Former students also contribute chapters to the piece.
Physics: Peter Sheldon Awarded $6500 Grant for Laser Equipment
Laserfest On the Road Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Laser
Communication: Jennifer Gauthier presents paper, screens film at indigenous peoples conference
Discussion examined the challenges of self-representation.
English: Virginia Poet Laureate to Read Work During Special Event
Claudia Emerson is a former English professor at the College
Communication: Where the Boys Are: Gender, Genre and National Identity in Native American Cinema
Eighth Native American Symposium and Film Festival
Physics: Peter Sheldon Facilitates National Conversation on Gender Equity in Physics
Theatre: WildCat Theatre Performs Rocky Horror Show
Performances scheduled Oct. 30-Nov. 7.
Communication: Driver Lecture Features Filmmaker Richard Robinson
Free event includes showing of 'The Beekeepers'
English: Professors Share Published Work with Community
Bunny Goodjohn and James Peterson to hold reading at local school.
Art: Randolph Students/Faculty Hold Strong Showing at MARCUS Conference
Regional conference promotes scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students
Physics: Randolph Students/Faculty Hold Strong Showing at MARCUS Conference
Regional conference promotes scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students
Mathematics: Randolph Students/Faculty Hold Strong Showing at MARCUS Conference
Regional conference promotes scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students
Education: Randolph Students/Faculty Hold Strong Showing at MARCUS Conference
Regional conference promotes scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students
Chemistry: Randolph Students/Faculty Hold Strong Showing at MARCUS Conference
Regional conference promotes scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students
All Departments: Randolph Students/Faculty Hold Strong Showing at MARCUS Conference
Regional conference promotes scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students
Biology: Randolph Students/Faculty Hold Strong Showing at MARCUS Conference
Regional conference promotes scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students
Music: Randolph Students/Faculty Hold Strong Showing at MARCUS Conference
Regional conference promotes scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students
Communication: Filmmaker Richard Robinson to visit Randolph
Award-winning documentarian will meet students, screen new work
Art: Randolph Student's Photo Selected for Magazine Cover
Jeff Reid shot the photo while at National D-Day Memorial
Communication: Randolph Student's Photo Selected for Magazine Cover
Jeff Reid shot the photo while at National D-Day Memorial
Physics: Peter Sheldon wins Larew Award
Physics professor honored for distinguished teaching.
Classics: Amy Cohen wins Davidson Award
Professor recognized for bringing distinction to Randolph College.
Education: Randolph College's Preschool Program Rated One of Best in Virginia
Early childhood education program for Randolph's
Economics: Randolph College economics students selected as associate editors of undergraduate research journal
Schaffstall and Peters to peer-review undergraduate research
Physics: Randolph College Professor Pushing for Ironman Title
Local newspaper columnist features Peter Sheldon's quest
Physics: Randolph College Physics Professor Claims Ironman Status
Peter Sheldon tests his endurance in Ironman triathlon
Physics: Professor of Physics Performs NSF Site Review
Sociology: Brad Bullock and Sabita Manian Explore Indo-Caribbean Identity
Book chapter is published
Communication: Wanda Fenimore presents paper at Conference
Semiotic Analysis of southerners, NASCAR, and its fans in the movies
Sociology: Brad Bullock publishes chapter in new book
Gendered Consequences of Colonialism
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Aims to Create Spark at Local Science Summer Camp
Team of professors, students, alumnae, and local teachers to hold week-long science camp at Jubilee Family Development Center
Physics: Randolph College Aims to Create Spark at Local Science Summer Camp
Team of professors, students, alumnae, and local teachers to hold week-long science camp at Jubilee Family Development Center
Education: Randolph College Aims to Create Spark at Local Science Summer Camp
Team of professors, students, alumnae, and local teachers to hold week-long science camp at Jubilee Family Development Center
Communication: Wanda Fenimore Begins Doctoral Studies
Instructor to pursue Ph.D at Virginia Tech
Philosophy: Randolph Group Takes Greek Play on the Road
News and Advance coverage of International Study Seminar to Greece
Classics: Randolph Group Takes Greek Play on the Road
News and Advance coverage of International Study Seminar to Greece
Philosophy: Randolph College Students, Professors Take Greek Play on the Road -- All the Way to Greece
Performance was highlight of three-week International Studies Seminar
Greek: Randolph College Students, Professors Take Greek Play on the Road -- All the Way to Greece
Performance was highlight of three-week International Studies Seminar
Education: College Receives Grant for Program Aimed at Helping Teachers
Local newspaper coverage of SCHEV grant
Physics: College Receives Grant for Program Aimed at Helping Teachers
Local newspaper coverage of SCHEV grant
Greek: Centennial Greek Play to be performed in Athens, Greece
Randolph students and professors take a 3-week journey across Greece, will blog and podcast
Philosophy: Centennial Greek Play to be performed in Athens, Greece
Randolph students and professors take a 3-week journey across Greece, will blog and podcast
Classics: Centennial Greek Play to be performed in Athens, Greece
Randolph students and professors take a 3-week journey across Greece, will blog and podcast
Education: Randolph College Receives Grant To Help Local Teachers
Math and Science Institute will provide local teachers with additional resources and training to help students learn
Physics: Randolph College Receives Grant To Help Local Teachers
Math and Science Institute will provide local teachers with additional resources and training to help students learn
Physics: Stephanie Lyons Presents Research at Symposium
Study uses scattering technique to analyze development of stars.
Psychology: Psi Chi Inducts Six
Students honored for academic achievement in psychology
English: Mara Amster selected for National Humanities Center Summer Institute for Literary Studies
English professor is one of only 12 scholars nationwide to attend Shakespeare seminar
Psychology: Randolph Professor/Student Team Receives Funding for Additional Research
Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges fellowship will allow the team to expand research on teaching and learning methods
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Junior Receives Second National Honor
Katelin Shugart-Schmidt, already a NOAA Hollings Scholar, receives Honorable Mention in highly competitive Udall Foundation Scholarship program.
Sociology: Alpha Kappa Delta Inducts Eight
Students honored for academic achievement in sociology
Classics: Eta Sigma Phi Inducts Three
Students honored for academic achievement in classics
Chemistry: Iota Sigma Pi Inducts Five
Students honored for academic achievement in chemistry
Communication: Lambda Pi Eta Inducts Two
Students honored for academic achievement in communication studies
English: Sigma Tau Delta Inducts Eight
Students honored for academic achievement in English
Physics: Sigma Pi Sigma Inducts Two
Students honored for academic achievement in physics
Economics: Omicron Delta Epsilon Inducts Three
Students honored for academic achievement in economics
Political Science: Pi Sigma Alpha Inducts Seven
Students honored for academic achievement in political science
Economics: Olivia Marlin Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at economic issues surrounding declining population trends in Japan.
Dance: Iwalani Martin Performs Original Dance at Symposium
“Turbulence and Flow” explores how water flows
Gender Studies: Caitlin Clare Presents Research at Symposium
Case study looks at the careers of female sportscasters from the 1970s to the present.
History: Susan E. Christianson Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at history of the Scotland during the Reign of Edward I.
Communication: Caitlin Clare Presents Research at Symposium
Case study looks at the careers of female sportscasters from the 1970s to the present.
Art: Jessica Cline Presents Works at Symposium
Collection of figure studies and portraits emphasizes capturing the essence of people rather than merely reproducing a likeness.
Psychology: Kara Clissold Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at the effect of social dominance on social learning in horses.
English: Kandyce Korotky Presents Original Poetry at Symposium
Poetic exploration journeys from lust to love.
Art: Emily J. Hanson Presents Works at Symposium
Exhibition features drawings inspired by the art of Michelangelo.
Dance: Katelyn Bulluck Performs at Symposium
Original dance explores students' reactions to authority.
Art: Erin Dunn Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at how Hollywood dramatizes the biographies of artists.
Chemistry: Trio Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at enhancement of atomic emission and atomic absorption lamps.
Physics: Wai Sze Cheung Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at use of nanosized silicon powders in nanoelectronics and photovoltaics.
Sociology: Jaime Hartless Presents Research at Symposium
Study test the importance of religion in American society in the face of increasing secularization.
History: Kimberley Myrie Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at the military failures of England’s Queen Elizabeth I.
Education: Shelly Patrick Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at the use of personal encouragement in regulating the behavior of preschool students.
Biology: Ashleigh Pogue Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at genetic anomaly that causes HIV/AIDS immunity.
Chemistry: Trio Presents Research at Symposium
Project seeks to eliminate errors, inefficiencies in infrared spectrometry processes.
Art: Penny Rosen Presents Artwork, Poetry at Symposium
“Star Gazing” offers connection between the artist and the natural world.
English: Megan Steigerwald Presents Research at Symposium
Study examines the portrayal of “fallen women” in Victorian novels.
Gender Studies: Megan Steigerwald Presents Research at Symposium
Study examines the portrayal of “fallen women” in Victorian novels.
Gender Studies: Smriti Thapa Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at factors which affect class participation among female Asian students.
Physics: Katrina Wiechmann Presents Research at Symposium
Study examines the motion of Barnard’s Star from images obtained at Randolph College’s Winfree Observatory.
Communication: Jalika Conteh Presents Research at Symposium
Film study compares Hitchcock’s Rear Window (1954) and Disturbia (2007).
Chemistry: Aliyah Barrett Presents Poster at Symposium
Study uses mass spectrometry to identify and analyze bacteria.
Communication: Meredith Bell Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at postfeminism values in professional wrestling.
Physics: Randolph Hosts Society of Physics Students Research Meeting
Faculty and students present research
Gender Studies: Meredith Bell Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at postfeminism values in professional wrestling.
Communication: Anne Terashima Presents Research at Symposium
Content analysis of book covers shows how fiction is marketed to adolescent girls.
Biology: Marwa Latif Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at the role of insulin in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Chemistry: Trio Presents Research at Symposium
Chemistry study looks at mercury in voltammetry.
Communication: Jennifer Arline Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at image public relations for oil giant Exxon Mobil.
Biology: Marwa Latif Presents Poster at Symposium
Study examined mercury contamination in swallow eggs.
English: Penny Rosen Presents Artwork, Poetry at Symposium
“Star Gazing” offers connection between the artist and the natural world.
Communication: Johna Strickland Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at the ethics of undercover journalism.
Gender Studies: Anne Terashima Presents Research at Symposium
Content analysis of book covers shows how fiction is marketed to adolescent girls.
Sociology: Smriti Thapa Presents Research at Symposium
Study looks at factors which affect class participation among female Asian students.
Engineering Physics: Randolph Hosts Society of Physics Students Research Meeting
Faculty and students present research
Environmental Studies: Ludovic Lemaitre Presents Research at Symposium
Project aims to develop an environmentally sustainable master facilities plan for Randolph College.
Economics: Randolph College to Discuss Eating Locally Versus Globally
Brett Wilson of Horse and Buggy Produce to lead free lecture April 23
Global Studies: Randolph's Model UN Team Takes Top Honors at National Conference
Delegates represent Finland at conference
Education: Randolph College Hosts National Expert on Learning Differences
Rick Lavoie to present free public presentation aimed at providing teachers and parents with more effective learning strategies
Economics: BLOG: Service Learning in Public Economics
Econ 217 students get out into the community to see where the tax money goes
Theatre: Randolph Professor, Author Featured in Newspaper
WildCat Theatre's newest production written by James Peterson
English: Mara Amster selected for National Humanities Center Summer Institute for Literary Studies
English professor is one of only 12 scholars nationwide to attend Shakespeare seminar
English: Kunz presents research to international conference
Paper looks at 19th-century astronomer Maria Mitchell
Communication: Randolph College Features Filmmaker Loretta Sarah Todd
Todd to present annual Driver Lecture, serve as filmmaker-in-residence
Art: Randolph Junior Receives National Award
Kathleen Fort named a Coca-Cola Gold Scholar
Economics: Amenah Alsrogy presents paper at Virginia Association of Economists annual meeting
Alsrogy presents research on factors influencing students
Political Science: Randolph College Professors Lead Innovative Panel at International Conference
Political Science Professors Jennifer Abbassi and Mari Ishibashi join professors from military and peace schools for discussion
Physics: 5th Annual Science Day Open to Elementary Students
Popular and free event features exciting hands-on science activities for third through sixth graders
Physics: Randolph College Hosts First Ever Science Festival
Free event features observatory viewing, special shows, poetry readings, and much more
English: Alumna's Book of Poetry Published to Coincide with Darwin's Birthday
Kelley Swain's senior honors project lays groundwork for "Darwin's Microscope"
Environmental Studies: Alumna's Book of Poetry Published to Coincide with Darwin's Birthday
Kelley Swain's senior honors project lays groundwork for "Darwin's Microscope"
Biology: Alumna's Book of Poetry Published to Coincide with Darwin's Birthday
Kelley Swain's senior honors project lays groundwork for "Darwin's Microscope"
Education: Faculty and Students present research at APS National Conference
American Physical Society welcomes Randolph scholars
Engineering Physics: Faculty and Students present research at APS National Conference
American Physical Society welcomes Randolph scholars
Physics: Faculty and Students present research at APS National Conference
American Physical Society welcomes Randolph scholars
French: Randolph College Offers Glimpse Into 18th Century Life
Alan Jones, a Paris-based historian and adjunct professor, will offer a presentation including music, dance, and spectacle.
Education: Science Education Group Publishes Paper
Peggy Schimmoeller, Peter Sheldon and Tatiana Toteva will appear in Academic Exchange Quarterly
Environmental Studies: Science Education Group Publishes Paper
Peggy Schimmoeller, Peter Sheldon and Tatiana Toteva will appear in Academic Exchange Quarterly
Physics: Science Education Group Publishes Paper
Peggy Schimmoeller, Peter Sheldon and Tatiana Toteva will appear in Academic Exchange Quarterly
French: Fulbright Fellow Presents Public Lecture
Nabiha Jerad, a University of Tunis in Carthage professor, to discuss Maghrebi identity
Global Studies: Fulbright Fellow Presents Public Lecture
Nabiha Jerad, a University of Tunis in Carthage professor, to discuss Maghrebi identity
Economics: Randolph College Holds Second Annual Symposium of Artists and Scholars
Journalist and author Eric Roston to provide keynote address
Political Science: Randolph College Holds Second Annual Symposium of Artists and Scholars
Journalist and author Eric Roston to provide keynote address
Global Studies: Randolph College Holds Second Annual Symposium of Artists and Scholars
Journalist and author Eric Roston to provide keynote address
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Holds Second Annual Symposium of Artists and Scholars
Journalist and author Eric Roston to provide keynote address
Psychology: Randolph College Holds Second Annual Symposium of Artists and Scholars
Journalist and author Eric Roston to provide keynote address
All Departments: Randolph College's Chorale Receives Special Invitation to Perform at Holocaust Musuem
Spring Break tour provides students with real-life experience as traveling musicians
Music: Randolph College's Chorale Receives Special Invitation to Perform at Holocaust Musuem
Spring Break tour provides students with real-life experience as traveling musicians
Biology: Professor Talks Salmonella
Jennifer Arrington provides insight on peanut butter recall on WSET
Political Science: Randolph College's Dean of the College Teaches Self Defense Class
'Dean of Defense' featured in local newspaper
Physical Education: Randolph College's Dean of the College Teaches Self Defense Class
'Dean of Defense' featured in local newspaper
Environmental Studies: Going Green
Randolph College's organic garden highlighted in local newspaper
Psychology: Three faculty give workshop at National Teaching Conference
Research focused on gender in the college classroom
Education: Three faculty give workshop at National Teaching Conference
Research focused on gender in the college classroom
English: Weekend Workshop Immerses Students in Shakespeare
Trip to American Shakespeare Center to bring English, theatre majors together
Theatre: Weekend Workshop Immerses Students in Shakespeare
Trip to American Shakespeare Center to bring English, theatre majors together
English: Randolph College Honors Charles Darwin
Special presentation offers interdisciplinary view of Darwin's impact
Psychology: Randolph College Honors Charles Darwin
Special presentation offers interdisciplinary view of Darwin's impact
Biology: Randolph College Honors Charles Darwin
Special presentation offers interdisciplinary view of Darwin's impact
Physics: Randolph's Society of Physics Students Chapter Wins National Award
Chapter named Outstanding Chapter and advisor received honorable mention award for 2007-08.
Communication: Communications Students Take Home Honors From Conference
Two Randolph students earn awards at regional SURF conference
English: New Publications by Heidi Kunz
Heidi Kunz Contributes to Prestigious MLA Reference Series
Communication: Former U.S. Marine turned Al Jazeera Correspondent Presents Public Lecture:
Josh Rushing gained national attention after switch to Al Jazeera network
Chinese: Upcoming Speaker Discusses China's Rapid Transformation
International scholar and Pearl S. Buck expert, Liu Haiping featured in local News & Advance
Greek: Randolph Professor, Senior Head Research Presentation at National Conference
Duo conducts workshop at American Philological Association meeting
Classics: Randolph Professor, Senior Head Research Presentation at National Conference
Duo conducts workshop at American Philological Association meeting
Biology: Randolph Professor Discusses Peanut Butter Scare
Biologist Jennifer Arrington talks to WSET about food issues
Greek: Amy Cohen presents panel at national conference
With Britanny Stallings demonstrates making Greek theatre masks
Classics: Amy Cohen presents panel at national conference
With Britanny Stallings demonstrates making Greek theatre masks
Economics: John Abell explores economics of organics
Sustainable food resources will be a top issue in years to come
Global Studies: Global to Local Studies Students Help Out Local Food Ministries
Student project brings churches, non-profits together
Psychology: Local Counselors Question Disorder Study
Randolph psychology professor featured in news coverage
Psychology: Psychology Professor's Book Published Internationally
Beth Schwartz co-wrote book aimed at helping faculty improve teaching and learning
Psychology: Beth Schwartz co-authors book on teaching
"Optimizing Teaching and Learning: Practicing Pedagogical Research" bridges the gap between research and practice.
French: Francoise Watts has paper published
"Existentialism in the feminine" appeared in Actes du Colloque on "Gender"
English: Bill Coulter presents paper at London symposium
Reflections on Paradise Lost to appear in scholarly journal
Economics: Florentina Furtuna has undergraduate research published
Paper examines area personal finance habits of college students
Psychology: Local Newspaper Highlights Summer Research
Student/faculty study gender stereotypes in children's programming
Psychology: Senior Psychology Students Continue Annual Winning Streak
Student research earns two of three undergraduate awards at statewide conference
Global Studies: Global Studies Students Present Papers at Annual VSSA Conference
Meeting featured the best of undergraduate and graduate schools across the state
Political Science: Global Studies Students Present Papers at Annual VSSA Conference
Meeting featured the best of undergraduate and graduate schools across the state
Psychology: Psychology Students Teach Preschoolers About Brains
Real brains, rats help convey message
English: Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members
Faculty represent wide array of disciplines
Education: Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members
Faculty represent wide array of disciplines
Music: Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members
Faculty represent wide array of disciplines
Chemistry: Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members
Faculty represent wide array of disciplines
Political Science: Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members
Faculty represent wide array of disciplines
Environmental Studies: Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members
Faculty represent wide array of disciplines
American Culture Program: Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members
Faculty represent wide array of disciplines
Communication: Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members
Faculty represent wide array of disciplines
Biology: Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members
Faculty represent wide array of disciplines
Psychology: Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members
Faculty represent wide array of disciplines
Global Studies: Team Diplomacy
Randolph Students Run Model European Union, Prepare for Model United Nations
Political Science: Team Diplomacy
Randolph Students Run Model European Union, Prepare for Model United Nations
Model United Nations: Team Diplomacy
Randolph Students Run Model European Union, Prepare for Model United Nations
Psychology: Senior Earns Top Undergraduate Award at Psychology Conference
Breanna Butler wins the Frederick B. Rowe Award for the Best Undergraduate Paper at the recent annual conference of the Virginia Psychological Association.
Psychology: Students Win Honors at Virginia Psychological Association Conference
Fred Rowe Best Undergraduate Research Paper Award presented to Sommer Altman and Adriana Dabdoub
Psychology: Psychology Student Selected to Attend Summer Science Institute
Elizabeth Nguyen one of 32 chosen nationwide
Psychology: Beth Schwartz Receives Prestigious Award
Psychology professor awarded APLS Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring Award
Psychology: Junior Wins Top Honors at Conference
Ashley Smith's research with Gretchen Gottard receives Best Undergraduate Student Poster Award