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10th Roanoke College student receives Gilman Scholarship

Olivia Streett is the 10th Roanoke College student to receive the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. She will study in Leipzig, Germany this fall with the Roanoke program led by Dr. Robert Willingham. 

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"Thinking Animals" course inspires book and conference presentation

Dr. Valerie Banschbach uses the momentum behind the "Thinking Animals" course as inspiration for a chapter in the American Educational Research Association's book.

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Roanoke students travel world during May Term

"Immersive: providing, involving, or characterized by deep absorption or immersion in something...such as an activity or...environment." -Merriam Webster Dictionary 

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Kassens Appointed to Economic Advisory Board

Dr. Alice Kassens, the John S. Shannon Professor of Economics, has been appointed by Governor Ralph Northam to the Joint Advisory Board of Economists for the second consecutive term.

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NBC Nightly News montage features Roanoke’s commencement

Roanoke College graduates were celebrated in a big way this year-by NBC's Nightly News with Lester Holt and Today shows.

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RC Poll: Current Real Estate Markets Strong as Inventories Remain Low

The Virginia Real Estate Indexes are mixed. The index for current real estate conditions fell slightly, driven primarily by the buyers' side of the market who face increasing challenges. Home prices are above historical average in all metro areas across Virginia.  

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Roanoke College and valley communities honor alumnus with mural

Maurice Ferguson '77 began publishing poems while in college. With the help of several  from RC and the Roanoke Valley arts community, one of his poems was turned into a mockingbird mural in Roanoke's Wasena area.

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Roanoke College magazine preview: Issue 1, 2018

In mailboxes soon: the new issue of Roanoke College magazine.

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Roanoke College Students and Faculty Leaving for ASIANetwork Fellowship Research Trip to South Korea

Six Roanoke College students and two faculty members will embark to South Korea on Wednesday, May 3rd to conduct a three-week research project called Strangers in Their Imagined Motherland: North Korean Refugees in South Korea.

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What. A. Moment.

Young player from Team IMPACT shares big news with his Roanoke soccer team members. Read the post from Sam Rauf '18.

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Roanoke College Events

Music @ Noon

Students and faculty perform at this program, which is free and open to the public.

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Date | Time: Tuesday, October 02, 2018 | 12:00 PM
Location: Olin Hall Recital Hall