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Ragosta returns to Randolph as visiting history professor

John Ragosta

Longtime lawyer turned college professor, John Ragosta is returning to Randolph College as a visiting assistant professor in history for the 2016-17 academic year. Ragosta is serving as a sabbatical replacement for John d’Entremont, the Theodore H. Jack Professor of History—a role he also filled during the 2009-10 academic year. This fall, he is teaching... READ MORE >>

Gross joins Randolph psychology faculty

Blair Gross

Most new faculty don’t even see their students until the first day of class, but psychology professor Blair Gross was already getting to know some of hers when she helped them move in to their residence halls prior to new student orientation. Gross is the newest member of Randolph College’s psychology program, and is teaching... READ MORE >>

J. Nikol Beckham brings unique experiences and skills to Randolph

J Beckham

As one of its newest faculty members, communication studies professor J. Nikol Beckham brings teaching and professional experience as well as other unique skills to Randolph College. Beckham earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Virginia Tech and went on to earn a bachelor of fine arts degree in visual communication from American Intercontinental University.... READ MORE >>

Stephanie Earl brings love of theatre and teaching to Randolph

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Theatre professor Stephanie Earl is one of the newest additions to the Randolph College faculty this year. A professional performer herself, she is looking forward to sharing her knowledge of the stage with Randolph students in acting and directing classes. A native of Winston-Salem, N.C., Earl earned her bachelor’s degree in theatre performance from Greensboro... READ MORE >>