Randolph professors are scholars with a passion for teaching. They don’t just stand behind a lectern and talk at you. They involve you in your education through lively classroom discussions and hands-on learning activities.
Randolph professors are mentors. They’ll help you navigate your college career and make decisions about life after graduation through one-on-one advising sessions and accessible office hours.
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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English faculty member leads panel discussion at book festival
Gary Dop moderated a discussion at the Twin Cities Book Festival about teaching and defining literary classics.
English professor publishes poems with Prime Number Magazine
The 43rd edition of Prime Number Magazine included three poems from Bunny Goodjohn.
Film and book reviews by Françoise Watts to be published in The French Review
The reviews will be published in May 2014
Chad Beck Presents Research at Global Media Conference
Mexican Television Sales, Ratings System, and Citizenship
Coulter to present at Southern Renaissance Conference
Paper will examine poetry of Ben Jonson.
Gary Dop publishes three poems
The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review and 2River View published some of Dop's poetry
French professor presents at Napoleonic Historical Society Conference
Françoise Watts presented a paper about the correspondance of Josephine de Beauharnais correspondence