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Berich hired as Randolph’s new director of athletics

Anthony C. Berich

Randolph College has announced the hiring of Anthony C. Berich as its new director of athletics. Berich brings with him 21 years of post-secondary management experience with NCAA Division I, II, and III programs and 15 years of NCAA coaching experience at the NCAA Division II and Division III level. In addition, he has worked... READ MORE >>

Kenny appointed as vice president for finance and administration

Robert Kenny

Randolph College announced the appointment of Robert P. Kenny as the vice president for finance and administration on Friday. Kenny comes to Randolph after serving a three-year term as president after serving a year as interim president for Goddard College in Plainfield, VT. Before his appointment at Goddard, Kenny served as vice president for finance... READ MORE >>

Summer at the Maier

(From left) Maier education curator Laura McManus, office manager and public engagement coordinator Danni Schreffler, Stacey Samuels '18, and Maddie Shelby '18

Stacey Samuels ’18 and Maddie Shelby ’18 interned at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College this summer, where they primarily worked alongside education curator Laura McManus in community outreach and programming. Samuels, a studio art major, and Shelby, an art history major, have been recording both of their experiences in a running blog... READ MORE >>

The Atlantic publishes article by President Bateman

Bradley W. Bateman

An article by Randolph College President Bradley W. Bateman was featured on The Atlantic’s website recently. Bateman’s article addresses President Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan and imagines how famed British economist John Maynard Keynes would react to the proposed budget. You can read the article in its entirety at https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2017/04/trump-infrastructure-keynes/522204/.... READ MORE >>

2016 graduate joins Randolph staff as sustainability coordinator

Sara Woodward '16 holds a chicken at last year's Involvement Fair.

When Sara Woodward ’16 left the Red Brick Wall after graduation in May, she didn’t go far. The environmental science major was recently hired as the College’s sustainability coordinator and assistant to the director of the Department of Buildings & Grounds. “I feel truly honored to work alongside the passionate faculty and staff here,” Woodward... READ MORE >>

Randolph vice president, chief of staff selected for CIC leadership academy

Wes Fugate

Randolph College is pleased to announce that Wesley R. Fugate, vice president and chief of staff, is one of 23 senior-level administrators in higher education nationwide selected by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) to participate in the 2016–2017 Executive Leadership Academy. Individuals chosen for the year-long program are vice presidents or cabinet officers in... READ MORE >>

Amanda Denny honored for making an impact on the community

Photo of Amanda Denny

DePaul Community Resources honored Amanda Denny, Randolph College’s director of leadership and engagement, with the Human Relations award at its Women of Achievement ceremony.... READ MORE >>

Faculty, staff participate in Virginia Ten Miler

Photo of people walking outside of Randolph College

More than 20 faculty and staff members have signed up to participate on Randolph College’s team in the Virginia Ten Miler.... READ MORE >>

Counseling Center staff member wins statewide poetry award

A Randolph staff member has won the 2013 Library of Virginia Literary Award for Poetry. The Library of Virginia presented the award to LuAnn Keener-Mikenas, a therapist in Randolph College’s Counseling Center, on Saturday. The award designates Keener-Mikenas’s latest collection of poems, Homeland, as the best book of poetry published by a Virginia author in 2012. Keener-Mikenas... READ MORE >>