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National advocate for the liberal arts provides keynote for Randolph’s Heick Symposium on College Admissions

Before launching into her keynote address, Georgia Nugent surveyed the room of high school guidance counselors and independent consultants to see who had attended a liberal arts school or completed a liberal arts major. The majority of those in the room raised their hands. “This really is preaching to the choir,” said Nugent, former president... READ MORE >>

Community philanthropist chosen as 2015 Commencement speaker

  LYNCHBURG—Community pillar and philanthropist Rosel Schewel will serve as Randolph College’s 2015 Commencement speaker. Graduation ceremonies begin at 10 a.m. on Sunday, May 17.  Visit www.randolphcollege.edu/commencement for more information. Schewel is known throughout the area for her dedication to education and social justice and has been a long-time supporter of Randolph College and numerous... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor featured on NPR

Katrin Schenk, a Randolph physics professor, and her students are at the forefront of research using technology to help patients with dementia. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph named one of the nation’s top green colleges

Randolph College is one of the nation’s most “green” colleges according to rankings released Thursday by The Princeton Review. The College was ranked 46th in the nation and is the only Virginia school to make the list. The Princeton Review also included Randolph as one of the 353 most environmentally responsible colleges in the 2015... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces return of “Through the Arroyo” and establishment of endowment to fund a director of education at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College

LYNCHBURG—Randolph College President Bradley W. Bateman announced today the return to the College of Ernest Martin Hennings’s Through the Arroyo and the establishment of an endowment to fund a director of education position at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College, internships at the National Gallery, London, and other visual arts education programs provided... READ MORE >>

Randolph’s 2015 Science Festival draws thousands to campus

Thousands of people of all ages took advantage of a range of free activities during Randolph College’s 2015 Science Festival this weekend. The event kicked off with Rebecca Thompson, head of public outreach from the American Physical Society (APS) and also author of the popular comic series, Spectra: The Laser Superhero. Thompson’s lecture on Thursday... READ MORE >>

Randolph College announces first recipients of National Gallery, London internships

The first two students selected to receive prestigious internships with the National Gallery, London were announced by Randolph College this week. Elisabeth Price ’16 and Seisha Scott ’16 became the first participants in the new internship program, which was established as part of Randolph’s unique academic partnership with the National Gallery, London. The competitive internship... READ MORE >>

Randolph College opens doors for Sweet Briar College students

Updated: March 4, 2015 Randolph College faculty members voted unanimously Tuesday, March 3 to approve a “teach-out” agreement with Sweet Briar College for students who need to transfer to another school following Sweet Briar’s cessation of classes. Randolph administrators are working with Sweet Briar officials to finalize details of the agreement. March 3, 2015 LYNCHBURG–Randolph... READ MORE >>

A Statement Regarding Sweet Briar College from Randolph President Bradley W. Bateman

We are saddened to hear about the decision to close Sweet Briar College for many reasons. Our greatest concern is for the institution’s faculty, staff, students, and alumnae who will all be personally affected either by the loss of their college or their place of employment. Our thoughts are also with the college’s board members,... READ MORE >>

2003 alumna to present David F. Anthony Memorial Lecture

Randolph College and the Lynchburg Society of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA Lynchburg) will present the 2015 David F. Anthony Memorial Lecture on Monday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Leggett 537. The lecture, titled “”Reflections on Roman Glass at Leptiminus (Tunisia),” features Allison Sterrett-Krause ’03, currently assistant professor of classics at the College... READ MORE >>

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