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Randolph and CVCC announce expanded co-enrollment program

Randolph College announced this week a new initiative that will grow its co-enrollment program with Central Virginia Community College (CVCC). The expanded partnership will allow any CVCC student to take a class each semester at Randolph College for free. Previously, students could take a Randolph course for the price of a CVCC course, as long... READ MORE >>

Alumna featured on Next Lawyer Up podcast

A Randolph alumna was recently featured on the Next Lawyer Up with Ron Sykstus podcast, a program that highlights well-respected lawyers. Nesha Wright ’08, who is the founder and principal of the Spencer Wright Law Firm in Huntsville, Alabama, talked with Sykstus for the program, which is featured on the Bond & Botes, P.C. website.... READ MORE >>

Randolph seniors to direct Winter One Acts production Feb. 21-23

Three Randolph College seniors will showcase their talent and work during The Winter One Acts, a production scheduled for Feb. 21-23, that will feature three short plays. Liz Beamon ’20 will direct Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin’s Savage/Love, Latekia Bryant ’20 will direct Agatha Christie’s The Rats, and Shakiah Johnson will direct Tennessee Williams’ This... READ MORE >>

Randolph College students to deliberate ‘Ethics and Higher Education’

Six students from Randolph College will participate in the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges’ (VFIC) 21st annual statewide collegiate Wells Fargo Ethics Bowl on Feb. 9-10 at the University of Lynchburg.   The Randolph team will compete head-to-head against other highly qualified student teams from Virginia’s 15 leading independent colleges and universities, deliberating a variety... READ MORE >>

Randolph to welcome opera, musical theatre performer for guest artist residency

Scott MacLeod

Scott MacLeod, a voice professor at High Point University, will be a featured performer in Randolph’s next Guest Artist Series event on Saturday, Feb. 22. The concert is free and open to the public, and will begin at 3 p.m. in Wimberly Recital Hall, inside Presser Hall. MacLeod is a seasoned and versatile performer, teaching... READ MORE >>

Randolph to host series of events in honor of Black History Month

Logo/flyer for Black History Month events

Randolph College’s Office of Identity, Culture, and Inclusion will offer several special events and performances during February in observance of Black History Month. All programming is free and open to the public. See the full schedule below: February 6 7:30 p.m. Kuumba Dance Ensemble Performance The Lynchburg-based Kuumba Dance Ensemble will perform West African Dance... READ MORE >>

Randolph physics professor presents research

Peter Sheldon

Randolph physics professor Peter Sheldon recently presented research conducted by himself and fellow physics and environmental science professor Sarah Sojka at the annual national meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers in Orlando, Florida. The research was titled “Cohort Intervention Impacts on Undergraduate Science Students’ Success.”... READ MORE >>

Society of Physics Students holds workshop for Girl Scouts

Randolph College banner in front of Main Hall

The Department of Physics & Engineering, along with eight members of the Society of Physics Students (Shae Taylor ’22, Jude Quintero ’20, Mikayla Jenkins ’23, Agnes Reyes Merced ’21, Hailey Gilman ’21, Paige Edwards ’21, Nicholas Vazquez ’20, Brandon Michael Kaiser ’21) hosted four cadette Girl Scout troops on Saturday, February 1, for a workshop... READ MORE >>

Math professor publishes book chapter and presents at special session

Michael Penn

Randolph College mathematics professor Michael Penn recently published a chapter in the Springer INdAM book series. The chapter, titled “Permutation Orbifolds of Fermionic Vertex Superalgebras,” was part of the book Affine, Vertex, and W-algebras. The work described orbifold algebras for rank 3 free and symplectic fermion algebras, and in the case of the free fermion... READ MORE >>

Scholar on African history, heritage to give two-part Thayer Lecture at Randolph

Randolph College will host a two-part Thayer Lecture featuring Sheila Walker, a cultural anthropologist, writer, and filmmaker who has taught African and African American studies at the University of Texas, Austin, and directed the African Diaspora Program at Spelman College. On Monday, Feb. 10, at 7:30 p.m., Walker will show Familiar Faces, Unexpected Places, a... READ MORE >>

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