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A whale of an internship

Kati Biggs '18 (left) during a whale watch

This summer, biology major Kati Biggs ’18 set course for the coast of New Hampshire and an internship at the Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation. As part of the experience, she goes whale watching four times a week and assists with the organization’s educational outreach programs. She has also participated in multiple beach cleanups... READ MORE >>

Randolph librarian’s work published in regional journal

Stephen Krueger

An article by Stephen Krueger, access and outreach services librarian at Randolph, was published in The Southeastern Librarian (Volume 65 Number 2, Summer 2017). It was listed under the title, “Health Sciences Assessment at UNC Charlotte: A Collection Development Fellowship.” The article is Krueger’s first peer-reviewed journal publication; however, he presented a poster on the... READ MORE >>

Summer at the Maier

(From left) Maier education curator Laura McManus, office manager and public engagement coordinator Danni Schreffler, Stacey Samuels '18, and Maddie Shelby '18

Stacey Samuels ’18 and Maddie Shelby ’18 interned at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College this summer, where they primarily worked alongside education curator Laura McManus in community outreach and programming. Samuels, a studio art major, and Shelby, an art history major, have been recording both of their experiences in a running blog... READ MORE >>

Shipley selected to co-chair session at 2018 Association of Art Historians Conference

Lesley Shipley

Randolph art history professor Lesley Shipley has been selected to co-chair a session for the Association of Art Historians Conference at Courtauld Institute of Art at King’s College London in April 2018. Shipley and Mey-Yen Moriuchi, an art history professor at La Salle University, will co-chair the session, “Beyond Boundaries: Artistic Inquiries into Borders and... READ MORE >>

Money magazine lists Randolph among ‘Best Colleges for Your Money’

Money magazine has named Randolph one of its “Best Colleges for Your Money 2017.” The ranking was based upon educational quality, affordability, and alumni success. In its profile of Randolph, Money touts the high percentage of students who receive scholarships and financial aid. It also includes information about student life, as well as the College’s... READ MORE >>

Randolph recognized as ‘College of Distinction’

Colleges of Distinction logo

Randolph has once again been named a “College of Distinction” for its educational value, engagement, community, and outcomes. Each year, the Colleges of Distinction organization features colleges and universities like Randolph as part of its mission “to honor and recognize those institutions that are so essential to educating the next generation of young adults.” To... READ MORE >>

Visit Randolph during Virginia Private College Week!

Students on front campus

Randolph and 23 other private colleges from around the state will celebrate Virginia Private College Week July 24-29. The event provides rising high school juniors and seniors—and their families—as well as prospective transfer students the opportunity to learn more about the vast array of educational offerings in the state. The week is sponsored by the... READ MORE >>

Alumna hired as Illinois governor’s chief of staff

Kristina Rasmussen (photo from Illinois Policy Institute)

Kristina Rasmussen ’04 was recently named chief of staff for Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner. Rasmussen previously served as president of the Illinois Policy Institute. She joined the policy institute in Springfield in 2009, following three years of work for the National Taxpayers Union in Washington, D.C., where she was director of governmental affairs. After earning... READ MORE >>

Randolph featured in 2018 Fiske Guide to Colleges

Fiske Guide to Colleges

Randolph College was again recognized among the nation’s “best and most interesting” institutions in the 2018 edition of the Fiske Guide to Colleges. The Fiske Guide to Colleges does not rank universities and colleges numerically, but assesses the strengths and weaknesses of what it considers the top institutions in United States, Canada, and Great Britain. Schools included in... READ MORE >>

Students present findings from Summer Research

Summer Research poster presentations in the Hampson Commons

Randolph students participating in the 2017 Summer Research program presented the results of eight weeks’ worth of lab work, cultural and sociological studies, innovative teaching strategies, and environmental research today during the Summer Research Program Symposium. Several groups have also been invited to present their work at national conferences within the next year. Participating students... READ MORE >>

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