alumnae

Trustee emerita reflects on service as board chair in Trustee magazine

Cathy Havener Greer speaks at the 125th Anniversary Convocation in 2016.

Cathy Havener Greer ’73, a trustee emerita for the Randolph College Board of Trustees, published an article in the most recent issue of Trustee magazine, a publication of the national Association of Governing Boards (AGB). Greer’s article was titled “Embracing Change and Continuity,” and detailed her experience as chair of the Randolph College Board of... READ MORE >>

Etched into history: Long list of esteemed alumnae included on new Virginia Women’s Monument

The Virginia Women's Monument in Richmond, Virginia

The new Virginia Women’s Monument in Richmond, Virginia, is a beautiful testament to the women who helped shape the state’s history. Among the 230 names engraved into the glass Wall of Honor are notable Virginians, such as Martha Washington, Pocahontas, Anne Spencer—not to mention nine distinguished alumnae and faculty of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. “These women... READ MORE >>

Why I give: Rehema Kahurananga ’04

Rehema Kahurananga

Why is it important for you to give to the College? I am from Kenya but grew up in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, which is where I went to high school. Our senior year was all about excitedly applying to colleges and universities—primarily in the United States—with the hope that we would get in. Having sent... READ MORE >>

Talents on display: Brianne Roth ’13 facilitates self-assessments of museum operations across the nation

Brianne Roth

Ever since her first museum internship with the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation in Williamsburg, Virginia, Brianne Roth ’13 knew she wanted to pursue a career in museums. Her dream has since become a reality, and she is now one of two museum assessment program officers for the American Alliance of Museums in Washington, D.C.  “I believe that... READ MORE >>

City Year program preps Yolanda Cobblah ’17 for career in public service

Yolanda Cobblah

The experiences Yolanda Cobblah ’17 gained as part of the City Year program have been both life-changing and eye-opening.  So far, Cobblah has served for two years for City Year, an education-based nonprofit organization focused on bridging the graduation and attendance gap in the United States.  She started as a first-year AmeriCorps member, then was... READ MORE >>

Career immersion trip takes students to governor’s office, Capital One, and Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond

Students and Capital One staff pose with signs that read,

While most of the College community was relaxing during fall break, one group of Randolph students was busy making career moves. On Monday, October 21,  the Randolph Career Development Center took a group of students to Richmond, Virginia, where they received a tour of Governor Ralph Northam’s office from Emma Williams Jenson ’16, a special assistant in the... READ MORE >>

Randolph ranked in top 75 for Forbes’ Top Colleges for Return on Investment—again

Graduates walk along the Red Brick Path on front campus

For the second time, Randolph College has been included in Forbes’ ranking for America’s Top Colleges for Return on Investment. Randolph ranked 75th out of the 199 institutions on the list for 2019, and was in the top 75 in 2018 as well. To compile its rankings, Forbes used its Grateful Graduates Index to measure return on investment. Forbes examined... READ MORE >>

Photo Gallery: WildCat Weekend

Alumnae pose with Wanda WildCat during the tailgate event

Randolph hosted WildCat Weekend 2019 on Sept. 27-28 with a wide range of events for students, graduates, families, and faculty and staff.... READ MORE >>

The Horse publishes article on Randolph alumna’s equine research

Reilly Wren made her presentation,

An article about Reilly Wren ’19 and her equine research was recently published in The Horse, a monthly publication that features equine health care and medical studies. The article, entitled “Does Omeprazole Reduce Cribbing in Horses?” detailed her research that tested whether gastric issues in horses like colic, ulcers, or cribbing can cause one another.... READ MORE >>

Elizabeth Delery ’14 named Cell Culture Hero, will present worldwide webinar

Elizabeth Delery

Elizabeth Delery ’14 has been named a Cell Culture Hero by Gibco/Thermo Fisher, and will present a global webinar on July 31 at noon. Registration for the event is available at http://bit.ly/2Yml06h. Delery is a postdoctoral fellow for the physiology department at Louisiana State University’s Health Sciences Center, where she studies the neurobiological interactions of... READ MORE >>