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Retiring faculty recognized with Simon Carson Wells Medal

The 13 faculty members, who are profiled in brief below, represent a combined 422 years of service to the College.  

Alumni News – June 2021

Maroons are newsmakers! Read about the latest accomplishments of Roanoke alumni.

Rising Giants

From Roanoke College magazine: Meet five young alumni whose nurtured interest in the sciences led them from Roanoke College to accomplished careers in very diverse scientific disciplines.

Roanoke College commemorates Juneteenth

Roanoke College is committed to inclusive excellence in our community. So, this is a time for us to honor the work of our people, departments and programs that support the advancement of inclusion on campus. Joining a movement among organizations and institutions around the country, Roanoke College will honor Juneteenth.

COVID update: FAQs on vaccine requirement, Mask Policy update and more

As we wrap up the Intensive Learning Term, we wanted to provide a few updates related to the recent communication regarding COVID-19 vaccination requirements.

Roanoke College Appoints New Vice President of Community, Diversity and Inclusion

Teresa Ramey has been appointed as the College's new vice president of community, diversity and inclusion. She begins her work on campus in August. 


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Juneteenth events at and near Roanoke College

Events range from panel discussions to outdoor celebrations.

Faculty celebrate end of semester with multimedia projects

A podcast and a faux movie trailer honored students and their accomplishments.

Former Roanoke softball player leads JMU to College World Series as coach

Loren LaPorte's team is making James Madison University history, becoming the school's first softball team to make it to the Women's College World Series.

Teaching in COVID-19 Times

Dr. Rachel Collins has had to get creative to find bacteria samples on campus.