Assistant Professor Adewale Sekoni was interviewed by the technology website TechGuide for a column that offers advice to students interested in technology.
The founder of Toy Like Me at Roanoke College was presented with a 2023 disAbility Law Center of Virginia Impact Award.
A campus pantry that offers hygiene products, food and other necessities at no cost to students has opened on the lower level of Wells I alongside a refurbished commuter lounge.
The three-person team is set to compete this weekend against other schools from across Virginia.
Laura Hartman creates a safe space for regular bus passengers to voice their opinions.
The concentration meets a growing demand from students who want to be better prepared to be advocates for people with disabilities.
As the new year kicks off, we take a look at some recent alumni accomplishments.
The criminal justice and sociology double major was nominated for the award by his classmates and professors in the fall semester of the program.
On Monday, students, faculty and staff gathered at the Environment Center for a day of service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Terry St. Clair '65 was recently inducted into the NASA Hall of Honor for his significant career contributions.
Constructed by the new students in summer of 2022, the 17th annual R House was completed and dedicated in December. The project is a partnership with Habitat for Humanity in the Roanoke Valley.
Carrie Murawski, assistant professor of English and communication studies, recently won the Scholar-Activist Award for her work in feminist and gender studies.
The campus will commemorate Dr. King's legacy with an event series and environmental service project.
In the face of a growing national opioid crisis, a student-alumni team worked to bring a life-saving training event to campus.
After spending most of his life at big universities, Dr. Frank Shushok Jr. never imagined himself leading a small liberal arts college like Roanoke College. Now, just five months into his term as the school's 12th president, he can't imagine being anywhere else.
As her husband settles into the Roanoke College presidency, the Rev. Kelly Shushok is ready to put her own strengths to work for their new community.
Two Roanoke College employees and three alumni were named to The Roanoker magazine’s annual 40 Under 40 list, which highlights young professionals making a difference in the valley.
Arnica Mulder, a lecturer in Roanoke’s Business Administration and Economics Department, was praised for planning the SEINFORMS annual meeting in October.
Get to know President Frank Shushok and the Rev. Kelly Shushok in the latest issue of the alumni magazine, which also features NASA Hall of Honor inductee Terry St. Clair '65, new cycling coach Shelley Olds '03 and much more.