Randolph celebrates completion of Wright Hall renovation with ribbon cutting

A dedication ceremony Thursday officially marked the completion of a months-long renovation project for one of Randolph College’s historic residence halls. The renovation of the 107-year-old Wright Hall was made possible through generous alumnae gifts. The event Thursday featured a reception, tours and a ribbon cutting. During the renovation, which took nearly a year, Wright... READ MORE >>

Randolph employees recognized in Lynchburg Business magazine’s Top 20 Under 40

Randolph College Vice President and Chief of Staff Wes Fugate and Sustainability Coordinator Ludovic Lemaitre ’11 are both featured in Lynchburg Business magazine’s 1st annual Top 20 Under 40 list. Randolph is the only employer with two honorees in the October/November issue, which was released this week. Lynchburg Business profiled 20 professionals under 40 years... READ MORE >>

St. Charles named new vice president for institutional advancement

Randolph College recently announced the appointment of Kenneth St. Charles as the College’s new vice president for institutional advancement, effective Monday, October 19. St. Charles will oversee the College’s Development efforts and the Office of Alumnae and Alumni. “When I was first invited to interview for this wonderful opportunity, my research of Randolph College indicated... READ MORE >>

Former National Gallery, London director visits Randolph campus

Sir Nicholas Penny, former director of The National Gallery, London, visited Randolph College this week as part of the College’s partnership with the National Gallery, London. Penny, who recently retired from his post at the National Gallery, London in August, arrived in Lynchburg on Tuesday afternoon. While on campus, he met with students, faculty, and... READ MORE >>

Director of The National Gallery, London to give art lecture on Randolph campus

Sir Nicholas Penny, director of the National Gallery, London (2008-2015), will present the lecture, “The Natural Arch and the Concealed Mask,” Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m. The free lecture in Smith Hall Theatre is open to the public. In his lecture, Penny will trace the fascination that artists have had with rock structures and marble... READ MORE >>

Achievement awards honor work of three outstanding alumnae

A professional vocalist, a higher education administrator, and an internationally recognized human rights advocate were the recipients of Randolph College’s 2015 Alumnae Achievement Awards this weekend. Since 1981, the award has been given annually to alumnae who personify the value of a liberal arts education and have brought distinction to themselves and to the College.... READ MORE >>

J. Nikol Beckham brings unique experiences and skills to Randolph

As one of its newest faculty members, communication studies professor J. Nikol Beckham brings teaching and professional experience as well as other unique skills to Randolph College. Beckham earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Virginia Tech and went on to earn a bachelor of fine arts degree in visual communication from American Intercontinental University.... READ MORE >>

Randolph student’s experience with LEAP Program featured in White House newsletter

Each year, Randolph College’s Local Educational Access Program (LEAP) helps make a high quality, liberal arts education affordable for qualified students in the Central Virginia region. Marie Abowd ’19 was so thankful to receive the financial aid this year that she shared her story with President Barack Obama, and this week it is being shared... READ MORE >>

Andria Smythe incorporates real-world research into economics classes

Economics professor Andria Smythe is one of the newest professors factoring into the academic equation at Randolph this fall. A native of Jamaica, Smythe earned her bachelor’s degree in economics from Saint Joseph’s University in 2006. She went on to receive a master’s degree in economics in 2011, and a Ph.D. in economics in 2015... READ MORE >>

Virginia Living magazine names Randolph a top college for science, math, and technology

Now on newsstands, the State of Education issue of Virginia Living magazine has named Randolph as one of the state’s top colleges for science, math, and technology for 2015. The College is one of just 15 four-year schools to earn the recognition. In Randolph’s listing, Virginia Living highlights the Randolph Innovative Student Experience (RISE) Program,... READ MORE >>

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