Randolph professor, student exploring culturally relevant teaching strategies

Education professor Taryn Robertson, left, and Madeline Dearie '25 sit in Robertson's office, talking to each other over her desk.

Randolph’s Summer Research Program is a competitive, paid program that gives students the chance to work closely with faculty members conducting research in their areas of interest. This story is part of an ongoing series featuring the work being done on campus this summer. Culturally relevant pedagogy—instruction that takes students’ cultural differences into account—is at... READ MORE >>

New Master of Education program provides expertise to educators

Michelline Hall poses in the middle of an art gallery, with her hand on her hip

Michelline Hall ’24 MEd is one of the program’s first students. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph’s education department earns CAEP accreditation

The accreditation is a mark of excellence in teacher preparation. ... 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 >>

Transfer student Q&A: Ava Skinner ’24

This is part of a series profiling Randolph College transfer students. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph professors granted tenure

Psychology professor Sara Beck, education professor Crystal Howell, and political science professor Aaron Shreve were recently granted tenure by the Randolph College Board of Trustees.... READ MORE >>

Molseed, Howell present at American Association for Teaching and Curriculum conference

They co-presented “Critical Cooperation: Faculty and Library Partnerships.” ... READ MORE >>

Howell publishes article in ‘Online Learning’ journal

In “‘I Sing the Body Electric’: Embodiment in the Community of Inquiry Framework,” Howell describes the embodied experiences of four “sojourner” teachers, who go back and forth between face-to-face and virtual teaching contexts.... READ MORE >>

Q&A with new faculty: Taryn Robertson

Robertson is an assistant professor of education....

Students present research during 15th annual Symposium of Artists and Scholars

The symposium brings together students from all academic departments to share their research and highlight some of the work they’ve produced while at Randolph.... READ MORE >>