Business

Bienvenue en France! Business major scores summer internship at French tech company

Anthony Fonnesu '20

Anthony Fonnesu ’20 has been selected for a summer internship with Schneider Electric in Rueil-Malmaison, France. In his role with the company’s marketing and communications department, Fonnesu will help coordinate the city’s Latin American Day celebration and explore the possibility of organizing a tennis tournament between Rueil-Malmaison and its sister city in the United States:... READ MORE >>

Meet our Gold Key Guides: Lauren Taylor ’21

Lauren Taylor '21 in Randolph's dance studio

Randolph College is excited to host prospective students and their families in a series of open houses this spring. The full schedule is available at http://www.randolphcollege.edu/admission/visit/, and personalized visits may be scheduled through our visit app or by emailing admissions@randolphcollege.edu. In preparation for the big day, we’d like to introduce you to some of our Gold Key Tour Guides—the... READ MORE >>

Helping HumanKind: Torie Slaughter ’20 interns with Lynchburg nonprofit

Torie Slaughter '20

This fall, business major Torie Slaughter ’20 is interning at HumanKind, a nonprofit human services organization in Lynchburg. We asked her a few questions about her experience: What is your title/the title of the internship and what do you do? I am the human resource department intern at HumanKind. Each day I am assigned new... READ MORE >>

Career updates for the Class of 2018!

Collage with photos of each featured graduate

Noelle Wojciechowski ’18 Major: engineering physics “I am a mechanical engineer at CRB Consulting Engineers, Inc. and started there in June. I am currently working in the Kalamazoo, Michigan office. I’m on a team within the company that focuses primarily on project work at Pfizer, a major pharmaceutical company, which has one of its largest... READ MORE >>

By the numbers

Professor Liz Perry-Sizemore, San Hoang '20, Anh “Jessica” Bui ’20, and Leo Cohen look at a map of Lynchburg.

In an economics class last year, Anh “Jessica” Bui ’20 was amazed to learn all the ways statistics could bring about positive change in communities. “Just based on numbers, you can tell a lot about a community, and that can be used to help community leaders make decisions,” Bui said. She is now hoping to... READ MORE >>

Randolph presents 2018 Academic and Leadership Awards

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Randolph College presented numerous  students on Wednesday with academic and leadership awards. The annual Academic and Leadership Awards ceremony honors students who excelled in their academic performance as well as demonstrated leadership at the College. Academic Awards Art and Art History Rachel Trexler Ellis ’44 Art Prize for Excellence: Morgan Osburn and Stacey Samuels Best... READ MORE >>

From Refugee to Opportunity

Barun Tamang ‘21 has lunch with friends in Cheatham Dining Hall

After a childhood in a Bhutanese refugee camp, college is a dream come true for Barun Tamang ’21.... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor’s work gets attention from national finance and business associations

Jeffery Heinfeldt

Economics and business professor Jeffery Heinfeldt’s work will be showcased in a national academic journal and at a national conference this fall. Heinfeldt’s manuscript, “Inventory Methods, Inflation, and Phantom Profits: Liquidity Issues and Pedagogical Opportunities,” was recently accepted for publication in Advances in Financial Education. Heinfeldt co-authored the document with Fran Wolf, a professor at... READ MORE >>

Behind the scenes at the Lyric Opera of Chicago

Jessica Burroughs '18 at the Lyric Opera of Chicago.

Jessica Burroughs ’18 has spent the summer living and working in Chicago as part of the 2017 Donald P. Baiocchi Lyric Opera of Chicago Internship, sponsored each year by alumna Amanda Fox ’67. The 10-week program allows Randolph students to gain hands-on experience in arts management and nonprofit fundraising while working for the Lyric Opera... READ MORE >>

Students get firsthand look at life, commerce in Cuba

Randolph students in front of a classic Cuban airplane.

A group of Randolph students started their summer off the beaten path, living in and studying the economic structure of a socialist country as part of a Summer Study Seminar. Economics professor Andria Smythe led Randolph’s first trip to Cuba as part of the Economic Well-Being in Cuba seminar May 15-23. During their stay in... READ MORE >>