comparative philosophy

Quianday Worthington ’25 studying behavioral ecology as part of National Science Foundation-funded research experience

Quianday Worthington smiles while working at a computer

Worthington is conducting research at the University of Virginia’s Mountain Lake Biological Station this summer. ... READ MORE >>

Bessenger attends conference in Sri Lanka

Movement Rhizome: International Conference on Dance Studies was held in February at the University of Peradeniya. ... READ MORE >>

Retiring professor David Schwartz reflects on nearly three decades at the College

“Philosophy should not be something that only experts practice. Everyone should think about and have their own answers to the classic philosophical questions and problems. My job in the classroom was to provide the framework whereby students could explore important questions on their own.”... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor, students present during annual ASIANetwork Conference

Suzanne Bessenger, professor of comparative philosophy, attended the conference in Atlanta, Georgia, with Kai Miller ’24 and Jordyn Shumpert ’25.... READ MORE >>

Randolph students to debate ethics and the environment during VFIC Ethics Bowl

The competition will be held this weekend at Hollins University. ... READ MORE >>

Jordyn Shumpert ’25 reflects on Lyric Opera of Chicago summer internship

The internship allows Randolph students to gain hands-on experience in arts management and nonprofit fundraising while working for the Lyric’s development office. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph student exploring interfaith dialogue through summer research

The work is personal for Zach Bishop ’24.... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor, students traveling to Nepal for ASIANetwork-funded research

The three-week trip to Nepal is funded by an ASIANetwork Freeman Student-Faculty Fellowship. ... READ MORE >>

Josh Bowes ’23 pursues passion for global affairs with think tank internship, published paper

The Millennium Project is a global futures research think tank that connects futurist researchers around the world to improve global foresight.... READ MORE >>

Bessenger invited to present at Northwestern University conference

Suzanne Bessenger

Bessenger will present her research and translation of the sacred biography of 14th century Tibetan female Buddhist saint, Sönam Peldren, during the Second Lotsawa Translation Workshop. ... READ MORE >>