Summer research project examining movement dynamics

Research has shown that the observation of an action often involves the internal simulation of that same action in the observer. In other words, you can imagine yourself doing it.... READ MORE >>

Students inducted into national, international honor societies

On Tuesday, Randolph students from a variety of academic departments were officially inducted into international, national, and College honor societies.... READ MORE >>

Alumnae return for Women in Science Panel

Dr. Mary Betterton ’81, Caitlin Jones ’17, and Mehgan McCrickard ’03 discussed their careers and offered advice to current students.... READ MORE >>

Q&A with new faculty: Timothy Patrick

This fall, Patrick is teaching Evolutionary Psychology during the first session of TAKE2 and Introductory Psychology and Research Methods during the second.... READ MORE >>

Morality and risk-taking research continues during Summer Research Project

The connection between morality and risk-taking has long interested psychology professor Blair Gross.... READ MORE >>

‘Let It Go’: Summer Research examines how children construct musical meaning

The popularity of the Frozen movie franchise among children, and the ubiquity of its signature song, Let It Go, presented a unique opportunity for Randolph professor Sara Beck.... READ MORE >>

BestColleges features Tatum’s honor code research in article

Holly Tatum

The research of Holly Tatum, Randolph’s Mary Sabel Girard Chair in Psychology, was recently featured in a BestColleges article about honor codes. ... READ MORE >>

Students present at Virginia Association of Psychological Science Conference

A group of Randolph students presented their research projects during the Virginia Association for Psychological Science’s spring conference last week. ... READ MORE >>

Q&A with new faculty: Stephanie RiCharde

RiCharde, who is joining Randolph’s psychology department as a visiting assistant professor this fall, has worked as a mental health counselor and in emergency mental health, a job that required her to collaborate closely with law enforcement, the legal system, and emergency department staff.... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Rabiea Ashraf ’21

Ashraf, a psychology and religious studies major, will be heading to Columbia University next fall to earn a dual master’s degree in Islamic studies and Muslim cultures.... READ MORE >>