outcomes

Randolph M.A.T. graduate voted Lynchburg Living’s Top Teacher

Lynchburg Living cover

Caitlin Unterman ’12, ’13 M.A.T. received the most reader votes in Lynchburg Living’s second annual Top Teacher awards, and is featured on the cover of the March/April 2016 issue. In their nomination letters, voters lauded Unterman as an “innovative and exciting educator” and praised her for developing from scratch a Space Exploration course that connects... READ MORE >>

Maffey’s career takes another turn as she returns to Board of Trustees

Elizabeth Maffey

A double major in English and religious studies, Elizabeth A. Maffey ’83 had hoped to return after graduation to her alma mater as a resident director and pursue a career in higher education. No jobs were available at the time, so she moved to Washington, D.C. with three classmates. There, she was hired by Freddie... READ MORE >>

Achievement awards honor work of three outstanding alumnae

From left are 2015 Alumnae Achievement Award winners Carol Shepard Gutknecht '67, Kakenya Ntaiya '04, and Edna Aguirre Rehbein '77.

A nationally recognized opera singer and music educator, a higher education administrator, and an internationally recognized human rights advocate were the recipients of Randolph College’s 2015 Alumnae Achievement Awards this weekend. Since 1981, the award has been given annually to alumnae who personify the value of a liberal arts education and have brought distinction to... READ MORE >>

The Liberal Arts Will Never Become Obsolete

Randolph College Commencement Ceremony, May 17, 2015.

Graduates of Randolph and other schools often credit their education for preparing them for both graduate school and the workforce. They single out attributes like individualized attention, a focus on writing and communication skills, the development of critical thinking skills, as well as a broad educational foundation for their success. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph alumnus earns prestigious Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship

Photo of Youssef Elkei

A Randolph College alumnus has been named a 2015 Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellow by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Youssef Elkei ’13 is one of just 20 students nationwide to receive the honor. Ten other students received the undergraduate fellowships. Administered for the U.S. Department of State by the Woodrow Wilson... READ MORE >>

Alumna debuts new play, The Quincy Armstrong Show

Randolph College continues to celebrate Black History Month March 28 with the debut of a play written and directed by Teresa Harris ‘80 and Linda Keith from Lynchburg’s Black Theatre Ensemble. The Quincy Armstrong Show, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Smith Hall Theatre. General admission is $10, and free to Randolph students with ID.... READ MORE >>