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Three MFA faculty members win Guggenheim Fellowships

Jos Charles, Kaveh Akbar, and Julia Phillips were part of a  group of 188 fellows chosen this year. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph to host one-woman play as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Over the course of an hour, the show sheds light on the complexity of sexual violence against women, while looking at power dynamics, Title IX history, sexual violence statistics, and even self-defense moves.... READ MORE >>

Education faculty attends Conference on Meaningful Living and Learning in a Digital World

Crystal Howell, Beth Gafford, and Taryn Robertson attended in preparation for launching the fully online Master of Arts in Teaching and Master of Education programs. ... READ MORE >>

Symposium of Artists and Scholars set for April 17

The symposium features a keynote speaker as well as oral presentations, readings of creative work, performances, exhibitions of student artwork, and poster presentations.... READ MORE >>

Beck co-authors chapter about musical play for new book

She wrote “Rhythm & Rhyme: Supporting Young Children and Families with Musical Play” with Vanderbilt University’s Miriam Lense. ... READ MORE >>

Registration open for youth summer camps at Randolph College

Registration is now open for preschool, theatre, art, coding, and soccer summer camps. ... READ MORE >>

Maier lecture to focus on the ‘Universal Museum’

The free lecture will be held on Tuesday, April 2, at 6 p.m. in Leggett 537, preceded by a reception at 5 p.m. ... READ MORE >>

PHOTOS: Martin Science renovation begins

The first phase extends through August. ...

Randolph’s Office of College Relations wins eight Educational Advertising Awards

Entries are judged on creativity, marketing execution, and message impact.... READ MORE >>

Erin Heller presents at Waterbird Society Annual Meeting

Erin Heller, assistant professor of biology, presented the paper “Abundance and Origin of Blue Mussels (Mytilus edulis) on Virginia’s Peat Banks with Implications for the Conservation of the Red Knot (Calidris canutus rufa) and Other Shorebirds” at the Waterbird Society Annual Meeting in Fort Lauderdale. The Waterbird Society is an international scientific, not-for-profit organization whose... READ MORE >>

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