Faculty Scholarship

Randolph art history professor to give public lecture on borders and barriers in landscape photography

Lesley Shipley

On Sunday, April 7, Lesley Shipley, an art history professor at Randolph, will give the lecture “Art on the Edge: Borders and Barriers in Contemporary Landscape Photography” at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College. The program, which begins at 2 p.m., is free and open to the public. Shipley will discuss the theme... READ MORE >>

Abell to present research at Social Science Association conference

John Abell

John Abell, the Carl Stern Chair of Economics at Randolph, will present his paper, “Redlining in Lynchburg, Virginia,” at the Virginia Social Science Association conference on April 13 at Longwood University. The Virginia Social Science Association is the oldest association of academics in Virginia, comprised of scholars from multiple social disciplines. In addition to his... READ MORE >>

Randolph mathematics professor publishes papers, organizes workshop

Michael Penn

Randolph math professor Michael Penn has published two new works. The first was co-authored with Chris Sadowski of Ursinus College and Corina Calenescu of the City University of New York and was titled “Principal subspaces of higher level twisted A22 modules.” The article was published in the journal, Algebras and Representation Theory, and is the... READ MORE >>

Amster’s essay published in new book, Shakespeare and the 99%

Mara Amster

An essay by Randolph English professor Mara Amster has been included in the new book, Shakespeare and the 99%: Literary Studies, the Profession and the Production of Inequity (Palgrave Macmillan 2019). Amster’s essay is entitled “’Instruct Her What She Has to do’: Education, Social Mobility, and Success.” Covering a range of topics from diverse positions... READ MORE >>

Professor Crystal Howell lectures at Indiana University education symposium

Crystal Howell

On Friday, February 15, Randolph education professor Crystal Howell delivered an invited lecture at the Curriculum and Instruction Research Creative Activity Symposium at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Howell’s lecture was entitled “Finding a job and finding your way: Navigating the transition from graduate school to the professoriate.” She was one of several faculty from... READ MORE >>

Next Visiting Writers series event to feature Randolph’s creative writing faculty

Gary Dop and Laura-Gray Street

English and creative writing professors, Gary Dop and Laura-Gray Street will read from their latest works at 8 p.m. in the Alice Ashley Jack Room inside Smith Memorial Building.... READ MORE >>

Warren appointed to 500-Year Forest Foundation Board of Directors

Karin Warren

Karin Warren, the Herzog Family Professor of Environmental Studies, will serve a 3-year term with the non-profit nature conservation organization.... READ MORE >>

Gauthier lectures at William & Mary, slated to lecture in France

Jennifer Gauthier

Communication studies professor Jennifer Gauthier has traveled extensively this fall, visiting and lecturing at various institutions and events across the nation and the world. On October 30, Gauthier was invited to the College of William & Mary to give a talk to students and faculty as part of a speaker series organized by the Native... READ MORE >>

Fighting Alzheimer’s: Randolph receives grant for Alzheimer’s patient monitoring research

Physics professor Katrin Schenk and Emad Davis '19 collaborate on the project to develop software that helps caregivers monitor Alzheimer's patients

Physics professor Katrin Schenk was awarded a new $43,563 grant from the Alzheimer’s and Related Diseases Research Award Fund (ARDRAF) to develop software that will help caregivers monitor Alzheimer’s patients and improve their caregiving.... READ MORE >>

Randolph sociology professor pens article in quarterly journal, Critical Muslim

Brad Bullock

A critical essay by sociology professor Brad Bullock was published in the October 2018 edition of the quarterly journal, Critical Muslim. The article, entitled “Big, Bad Trump,” was published in the Narratives section of the publication. Read more at https://www.criticalmuslim.io/big-bad-trump/. A subscription to the magazine is required to read the entire article.... READ MORE >>