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Randolph history professor selected to participate in national seminar on ‘The Civil War and American Memory’

John d'Entremont

Randolph history professor John d’Entremont is one of a select group of faculty members nationwide chosen by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History to participate in a special seminar on “The Civil War and American Memory.” The seminar for faculty members in history, political science, and related... READ MORE >>

Article by Randolph professor, students published in Ethics & Behavior

Holly Tatum

An article by Randolph psychology professor Holly Tatum was recently published in the journal Ethics & Behavior. The article was titled “College Students’ Perceptions of and Responses to Academic Dishonesty: An Investigation of Type of Honor Code, Institution Size, and Student-Faculty Ratio.” It was co-authored by Beth Schwartz, vice president for academic affairs and provost... READ MORE >>

Randolph faculty member selected for return performance at Carnegie Hall

Randall Speer

Randolph music professor Randall Speer has been selected for an exclusive opportunity to conduct a performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City in spring 2019. Speer will conduct two settings of Te Deum—one by French Baroque composer Marc Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704), the other by the British contemporary composer John Rutter (b. 1945) as part... READ MORE >>

Gauthier to discuss media and foreign policy at 2018 Great Decisions Lecture Series

Jennifer Gauthier

Communication studies professor Jennifer Gauthier is one of the featured speakers for Lynchburg Public Library’s 2018 Great Decisions Lecture Series. Gauthier will give the presentation, “Media and Foreign Policy: Navigating a Changing Landscape,” at the library on Thursday, February 15 at 3 p.m. The Great Decisions Lecture Series is sponsored by the Lynchburg Branch of... READ MORE >>

Visiting writers event to highlight work by Randolph MFA faculty member

Kaitlyn Greenidge

Randolph’s first Visiting Writers Series event of spring 2018 will feature a reading by Kaitlyn Greenidge, a novelist and faculty member for the College’s new M.F.A. in creative writing program. The program is scheduled Monday, Feb. 5 at 8 p.m. in the Alice Ashley Jack Room of Smith Hall. Greenidge is a Whiting Award winner,... READ MORE >>

Professor Laura-Gray Street publishes chapbook of poems

Laura-Gray Street

Randolph English professor Laura-Gray Street recently published a collection of poems in the chapbook, Shift Work. Printed by Red bird Chapbooks, the publication explores the often overlooked role of women and femininity in the historical struggle for dignity in work. In addition to her writing accomplishments, last fall Street received Randolph’s Kathryn Graves Davidson Service... READ MORE >>

Randolph chemistry professor co-authors paper in Chemical Communications

Jesse Kern

Chemistry professor Jesse Kern co-authored a paper that was published this month in the journal, Chemical Communications. The paper is titled “Catalytic Aziridination with Alcoholic Substrates Via a Chromium Tetracarbene Catalyst” and gives examples of aziridination catalysis with a chromium complex. Kern began his research on the topic as a post-doctoral research associate at the... READ MORE >>

Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College to Open Spring Exhibitions

A poster for the upcoming exhibits, From Source to Surface and and Atmospheric Conditions Gathered and Unsettled

On Friday, Jan. 26 from 5-7 p.m., the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College will hold an opening for its two spring exhibitions, From Source to Surface: Randolph College Studio Art Faculty Exhibition and a sculpture and site-specific installation by Rebecca Smith, Atmospheric Conditions: Gathered and Unsettled. From Source to Surface is a group exhibition,... 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 >>

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 >>