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Randolph professors are leaders in their fields and in your life. You’ll work with them on research projects, professional presentations, and independent study programs.
At Randolph, you’ll always be taught by a professor, not a teaching assistant. And since our student/faculty ratio is 9:1, and our average class size is 12, you’ll get to know your professors well—and they’ll get to know you.
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Dance professor to perform in Blue Ridge Summer Theatre Festival
Kelly Malone Dudley '95 will begin her third season with Endstation Theatre Company this summer
Student Research Wins Major Award
A high school student working with a Randolph faculty member is advanced to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
Bunny Goodjohn Publishes poem in publication
Goodjohn's work was published in the Southern Women's Review
Professor and Alumna Participate in the U.S. Invitational Young Physicist Tournament
Peter Sheldon, a Randolph professor, joined Kacey Meaker '08 at the event
Randolph Professor Receives Virginia Professional Archaeologist of the Year award
Lori Lee was presented the award from the Archeological Society of Virginia.
Science Festival wins Virginia Science and Math Coalition award
The award recognizes the Randolph College Science Festival for its effectiveness in science education.
Science and education faculty publish paper
The paper outlines ideas that classroom teachers can use to improve the perception students have of science
Levitating Superconductor Research
Faculty/Student research collaboration with Central Virginia Governor's School
Sociology professor Danielle Currier publishes research on hookup culture.
The article appeared in the October issue of Gender & Society