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Information sessions scheduled for 2018 Summer Research program

Chemistry professor Ann Fabirkiewicz and Drucilla Williams '18 work on their 2017 Summer Research project,

Several Randolph students and faculty members are already making plans for summer break. But they aren’t booking a hotel room at a beach resort—they’re developing projects for the College’s 2018 Summer Research program. Next week, information sessions will be held for students and faculty participating in this year’s program. Students are required to attend one... READ MORE >>

Deetz to speak at 2018 Virginia Festival of the Book

Kelley Deetz

Kelley Deetz, a visiting sociology professor at Randolph, will speak about her new book, Bound to the Fire, at the 2018 Virginia Festival of the Book that takes place March 21-25 in Charlottesville, Va. The annual event is sponsored by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and draws more than 20,000 people from around the... READ MORE >>

Updated Status: Randolph College will be closed Thursday, Jan. 18

Snow on campus

Randolph College will be closed Thursday, Jan. 18. Road conditions continue to remain dangerous. Classes are cancelled. Essential employees please contact your supervisor about reporting to work.... READ MORE >>

Randolph College closed Wed., Jan. 17

Snow on campus

Randolph College will be closed Jan. 17 because of inclement weather. Classes are cancelled, and essential employees should contact their supervisor about reporting to work. Be safe and have a great day!... READ MORE >>

Leading expert on ginkgo trees to speak at Randolph

Peter Crane

Internationally renowned botanical researcher and evolutionary plant scientist Peter Crane is one of the first speakers slated to visit Randolph College in 2018. Crane, who is president of the Oak Spring Garden Foundation and author of Ginkgo: The Tree that Time Forgot, will give a free, public lecture on January 24 at 7 p.m. in... READ MORE >>

Randolph music professor to perform at Covenant College

Emily Yap Chua

  Emily Yap Chua, pianist and Randolph music professor, will perform alongside soprano Katherine Jolly in a special concert at Covenant College Thursday, Jan. 25. The concert is part of Covenant’s John Hamm Performing Arts Series. Chua has performed in multiple concerts both at Randolph and off-campus during the 2017-18 academic year. In September, she... READ MORE >>

World-renowned diversity trainer Kesho Scott to speak at Randolph MLK service

Kesho Scott

Kesho Scott, an internationally renowned diversity trainer/consultant, activist, and award-winning author, will be the featured speaker at Randolph College’s annual service honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. The event is scheduled Monday, January 22 at 7 p.m. in Houston Memorial Chapel. During her visit to Randolph, Scott will also take time to meet and talk with... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces Dean’s List for fall 2017

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Randolph College is pleased to announce its Dean’s List for the fall 2017 semester: Gracyn Allen-Ingle Meredith Alwine George Atmore Gladys Banton Machaela Barkman Carter Barnette Shannon Baskin Shearry Bates Rachel Beaver Di Bei Jonathan Black Abigail Bodnar Adara Boling Chloe Brazzi Allison Brooks Anh Bui Travis Byram Tyler Campbell Emma Carrico Darius Chernitsky Gunnar... READ MORE >>

Penn co-authors paper in Journal of Algebra

Michael Penn

Randolph mathematics professor Michael Penn co-authored a paper that will be published in the February 2018 issue of the Journal of Algebra. The paper concludes a series of four articles—three co-authored by Penn—which examine the principal subspaces of level one standard modules of twisted affine Lie algebras using vertex algebraic techniques. Vertex algebras are a... READ MORE >>

Top 10 stories of 2017

Sunset over Main Hall and the Red Brick Wall

As 2017 comes to a close, we have compiled a list of the top 10 stories to recap some of the College’s biggest news from the past year: Randolph students partner with middle schoolers to build a tiny house, M.A.T. program receives national accreditation. Professor prestige: The Princeton Review ranks Randolph in top 20 nationally for... READ MORE >>

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