Education

Randolph College Recognized for Work With Area Teachers

LYNCHBURG–The Virginia Math and Science Coalition has recognized a Randolph College program designed to help elementary and secondary teachers learn more effective ways to teach science as a 2012 Program That ... READ MORE >>

Randolph Receives Grant to Enhance Teacher Education with Technology

LYNCHBURG– Randolph College has received one of five “Teaching with Today’s Technology” program grants from the Verizon Foundation through a program of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (VFIC).”

The grant, totaling $20,000, will be used to en... READ MORE >>

In the News: Kakenya Ntaiya Interviewed on NPR

Kakenya Ntaiya ’04 recently appeared on the Morning Edition show on National Public Radio. Ntaiya was interviewed as part of a story on U.S. aid for family planning in Africa.
The story can be heard on the NPR website…
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Randolph College Receives National Accreditation from Teacher Education Accreditation Council

LYNCHBURG — Randolph College is the first school in Lynchburg to receive national accreditation from the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC). Officials with TEAC announced the decision Friday, March 26.

TEAC is recognized as a national accreditor by the United States De... READ MORE >>

Physics Club Wins National Award

The Randolph College chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) has been named an Outstanding Chapter by the National Society of Physics Students for 2008-2009. This is the fourth national Outstanding Chapter award for the club, having earned the honor in 2004-05, 2005-06 and 2007-08. “We have an outstanding group of students who are... READ MORE >>

Randolph Students/Faculty Hold Strong Showing at MARCUS Conference

Seven Randolph College students joined faculty members to present research at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference for Undergraduate Students (MARCUS) Oct. 10.
The conference, held at Sweet Briar College, focuses on the scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students. Randolph&... READ MORE >>

Randolph College Aims to Create Spark at Local Science Summer Camp

LYNCHBURG — Whether they are conducting experiments on diapers, testing the earthquake readiness of structures, or learning about electricity, students at Jubilee Family Development Center’s summer camp will get a hands-on taste of the wonders of science June 29 through July 3, thanks... READ MORE >>

Randolph College Receives Grant To Help Local Teachers

LYNCHBURG– Randolph College will expand its efforts to provide local public and private school teachers with the resources and training necessary to more effectively teach science and math, thanks to a significant grant from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV).... READ MORE >>

Randolph College Hosts National Expert on Learning Differences

LYNCHBURG – Rick Lavoie, a nationally-respected expert in learning differences will speak at Randolph College April 9 at 4 p.m. in Smith Hall Theatre.
The free presentation is based on his new book, The Motivation Breakthrough: Six Secrets to Turn... READ MORE >>

Randolph College Awards Tenure to Faculty Members

LYNCHBURG – The Randolph College Board of Trustees awarded tenure and promoted 10 faculty members to associate professor during its regular board meeting Feb. 9.
The promotion is effective July 1.
The Board of Trustees is expected to award tenure to an additional faculty member at... READ MORE >>