Office of Alumnae and Alumni

‘This Great Adventure’: Alumnus takes on new role behind the Red Brick Wall

As a young teen, Ludo Lemaitre ’11 had his future planned out. He’d attend a university in his native Belgium to study chemistry or environmental science. Then his father threw him for a loop, accepting a job offer in Northern Virginia. Although Lemaitre’s parents gave him the option to stay in Belgium to finish high... READ MORE >>

Why I Give: Jane Meredith Wolf ’61

Tell us a little about your life today: Color me grateful! Midland, Texas has been home for 50 years, and I am grateful to be living on the campus of a fine retirement community right in Midland! I am grateful for good health so far; for early morning water aerobics; for the parish family of... READ MORE >>

Randolph College holding virtual Women’s History Month event

Felicia Stewart, a professor of communication studies and chair of the Division of Social and Cultural Studies at Morehouse College, will close the event with a virtual lecture, “The Shared Strength of Mothers,” reflecting on women whose sons have been victims of police violence.... READ MORE >>

Read with Wanda WildCat this winter

Wanda Reads

The 30-minute virtual sessions, held every Tuesday in February, will feature Wanda and Randolph’s education professors, alums, and/or current students reading a book and introducing related activities families can do at home.... READ MORE >>

Randolph receives another national recognition for RandolphConnect networking platform

Christine Harriger and Kristin Dabney were recognized along with representatives from other Silver Award-winning institutions at the Graduway Leaders Summit in Los Angeles.

Last week, Randolph College was recognized by Graduway as a Graduway Champion and Silver Award Winning User for its new networking platform, RandolphConnect. Christine Harriger, director of career development, and Kristin Dabney, alumnae and alumni career network manager, accepted the awards at the Graduway Leaders Summit in Los Angeles. The Graduway Leaders Summit is a... READ MORE >>

Randolph bestows Vita Abundantior Award to Barbara Niedland McCarthy ’73

(From left) Lucy Williams Hooper '73, President Bradley W. Bateman, and Barbara Niedland McCarthy '73, recipient of the Vita Abundantior Award

Randolph recently presented the Vita Abundantior Award to Barbara Niedland McCarthy ’73, in appreciation for her devotion to not only her career and community, but also to the Richmond, Virginia Alumnae and Alumni Chapter, her College, and her classmates. Before presenting the award to McCarthy at the special ceremony in Richmond on October 25, Randolph... READ MORE >>

Career updates for the Class of 2018!

Collage with photos of each featured graduate

Noelle Wojciechowski ’18 Major: engineering physics “I am a mechanical engineer at CRB Consulting Engineers, Inc. and started there in June. I am currently working in the Kalamazoo, Michigan office. I’m on a team within the company that focuses primarily on project work at Pfizer, a major pharmaceutical company, which has one of its largest... READ MORE >>

Alumna makes bequest gift to support STEM scholarships for women

When she attended Reunion earlier this year, Johanne Pryor ’61 was overwhelmed by fond memories, like the Odd class traditions, and the many changes on campus. In addition to her support for the College and donating her class ring in the past, the event prompted her to make a sizeable bequest to support scholarships for... READ MORE >>

Randolph presents 2016 Alumnae Achievement Awards

Muriel Zimmerman Casey '53, Heather Ayers Garnett '86, and Rebecca Dixon '60.

Three esteemed professionals were the recipients of Randolph College’s 2016 Alumnae Achievement Awards, presented tonight by President Bradley W. Bateman. The 2016 Alumnae Achievement Award winners were:   Muriel Zimmerman Casey ’53 Muriel Zimmerman Casey ’53 earned her degree in English and started her career as a teacher for Seven Hills School in 1963. By... READ MORE >>

St. Charles embarks on new journey as vice president for institutional advancement

Kenneth St. Charles

Though it has been 30 years since he was an undergraduate student, Kenneth St. Charles feels a bit like he is starting all over again as a first-year student. Recently named Randolph’s new vice president of institutional advancement, St. Charles is spending his first weeks getting used to being 1,000 miles from home while also... READ MORE >>