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Randolph education professor publishes article in Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue

Crystal Howell

Education professor Crystal Howell recently published an article titled “Our Professional Obligations in the Education Marketplace” in the journal, Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue. In the article, Howell describes a frustrating experience trying to recruit study participants from an online charter school whose faculty, staff, and operations overall were mostly hidden from public view, even though... READ MORE >>

28th Annual Helen Clark Berlind Symposium will bring esteemed visual storytellers to campus

Berlnd Symposium poster, with photo of Larry Day

This weekend, the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College will host the 28th Annual Helen Clark Berlind Symposium. All events on Saturday, Oct. 12, are free and open to the public. Symposium events are held in conjunction with the 108th Annual Exhibition, Children’s Book Illustrations: Visual Storytelling (on view through Dec. 15), which features... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces launch of e-sports program

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Beginning next fall, Randolph will become the eighth college or university in Virginia to offer an e-sports program as part of the National Association of Collegiate eSports (NACE). Randolph e-sports team members will compete in online gaming against schools across the nation. E-sports is a rapidly growing program for women and men, both at the... READ MORE >>

Helping students soar: Leah Helsel Hamilton ’16 teaches children on Air Force base in Japan

Leah Helsel Hamilton and her husband, Captain Matthew Hamilton, a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force

Since graduating from Randolph, Leah Helsel Hamilton ’16 has gotten married, moved four times, and worked two jobs in two different fields. For now, though, she and her husband Matthew, a fighter pilot in the United States Air Force, call Okinawa, Japan, home.  Hamilton is working as an educational technician for the U.S. Air Force.... READ MORE >>

Meet the faculty: A Q&A with political science professor Aaron Shreve

Aaron Shreve

Randolph College’s 2019-20 academic year is officially underway, and several new faces have joined the faculty. After serving as a visiting faculty member the previous two years, political science professor Aaron Shreve is one of the new permanent additions this fall: Where are you originally from and what is your career/educational background? I was born... READ MORE >>

Internationally-recognized comic book, fantasy illustrator to speak at Randolph

Charles Vess

Charles Vess, a world-renowned artist and Lynchburg native, will give a talk and sign books at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College on Thursday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m. The program is free and open to the public. Vess is best known for his detailed, epic, and ethereal fantasy illustrations. An E.C. Glass... READ MORE >>

Pearl S. Buck Writer in Residence to read from latest work

Patricia Henley

Patricia Henley, the Pearl S. Buck Writer in Residence at Randolph this fall, will read from her latest work as part of the College’s Visiting Writers Series this Wednesday, October 9, at 8 p.m. in the Alice Ashley Jack Room of Smith Memorial Building. The program is free and open to the public. Henley’s first... READ MORE >>

Randolph hosting Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Week events

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Prevention Week logo

Randolph College will hold several events and activities as part of its participation in Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Week from Oct. 7-11. The schedule is listed below. For more information about these events, please contact Kayce Croy, assistant director of residence life, at kcroy@randolphcollege.edu. Monday, October 7: Clothesline Project 5-7 p.m. in the Alcove Conference... READ MORE >>

Randolph alumnus using history, political science degrees to make a difference in healthcare industry

Will Dede

As a student at Randolph, Will Dede ’14 never felt a strong desire for a career in healthcare policy. However, he has always been interested in and cared about public policy, contemporary affairs, and, most importantly, helping people. Now in his job with Special Needs Plan (SNP) Alliance, he gets to do all of those... READ MORE >>

Penn publishes article in International Journal of Mathematics

Michael Penn

Randolph mathematics professor Michael Penn recently published an article in the International Journal of Mathematics. The article is titled “Principal Subspaces of Twisted Modules for Certain Lattice Vertex Operator Algebras” and ends a series of papers exploring these structures. This work was co-authored with Christopher Sadowski from Ursinuns College and Gautam Webb from the University... READ MORE >>

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