Olivia Kitt ’20 has been selected by fellow students, faculty and staff of the Lutheran College Washington Semester to receive the Dr. Nancy D. Joyner Spirit Award.
Working with the Virginia Department of Forestry, Roanoke enviornmental students educated residents of Quatrone, near Smith Mountain Lake, on creating “defensible spaces” around their homes to reduce the threat of extensive damage should a wildfire ever occur.
Destinee Harper ’21, a literary studies major and Spanish minor from Harrisonburg, Virginia, is the 8th Roanoke College student appointed to the US-UK Fulbright Summer Institute in the past 7 years.
Melanie Wine Tolan, a communications strategist, will be the College’s executive director of marketing and communications. In the newly created position, Tolan—former executive vice president at Edelman, a New York City- and Chicago-headquartered global communications firm—will join Roanoke College’s senior leadership team.
Roanoke College’s actuarial science program was added to the Universities and Colleges with Actuarial Programs listing, indicating that the program prepares students for success in the profession, including the introductory exams in the field.
Since 1985, the honors have showcased the quality and diversity of arts and culture in the Roanoke region. The deadline for nominations is Monday, July 1.
Ford is one of 60 participants chosen out of more than 350 applicants.
Henold, John R. Turbyfill Professor of History, will spend the 2020 spring semester teaching in Hungary as a Fulbright scholar.
The Theatre Roanoke College cast of the spring musical, [title of show], was surprised by a special guest on their closing night this past Saturday, April 13.
Alumni Weekend 2019 was highlighted by the presentation of the Roanoke College Alumni Medal to Carole Crotts Rich ’78, former vice president of Hershey Company
Linnea Stewart has been awarded a Fulbright to study and conduct research on bird populations on organic and non-organic farms in India.
Roanoke College students have participated in three diplomatic conferences in recent months, winning awards in each on national and regional levels.
Over the weekend, freshmen Ian Densley, Connor Kinkema and Cole Hensen took on the legendary Triple Crown hike, a 37-mile loop in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The grants will support a Humanities Collaboration Center in Fintel Library and an interdisciplinary archeological curriculum.
Study abroad opportunities facilitated by Roanoke set afire Umland's passion for travel and led him to apply for a Fulbright.
Dr. Robert Schultz and artist Binh Danh are issuing a book honoring Walt Whitman for the 200th anniversary celebration of the poet’s birth.
The Virginia Real Estate Indexes held fast to the dips in the last quarter of 2018. Buyers appear frustrated by prices which are currently driven by falling inventories which are down 15 percent over the past year.
Salem Riverfest, hosted by Roanoke College, is a benefit concert for the Clean Valley Council in support of conservation of the Roanoke river. The event features three bands, food trucks, a beer garden, and more!
Mawine Diggs '06 is the first woman to head Liberia's National Commission on Higher Education.
The Center, directed by Dr. Liz Ackley, supports initiatives to reduce health inequities in the Roanoke Valley.
Dr. Brooks Crozier remembers his uncle, Fred Rogers.
Psychology major, Kiah Coflin ’19, and Dr. Powell awarded funding for research project on romantic relationships from the International Psychology Honors Society.
Roanoke sophomore Quinn Harlan qualified for the final race in the 60 m championship.
The Va. Index of Consumer Sentiment increased by almost two points, largely due to gains in consumer expectations for the coming year. The party gap grew amidst political turmoil.
A political and academic leader in Korean efforts to gain independence from Japan, Kim Kyusik, played important roles in the movement and during the establishment of a provisional Korean government.
The latest poll of Virginians looks at leadership issues, sexual misconduct, immigration, socialism and gun control.
Roanoke’s two teams had good showings. Much of the talk at the event centered around an amazing performance by freshman Sophie Kachur, who won two rounds by herself when her teammates were out sick.
This is the first course of this kind taught at Roanoke College and the first for the Roanoke County Jail. It is one of just a few Inside-Out programs in Virginia.
Fifteen Roanoke students are interning in Washington now. Three who were assigned to shuttered government agencies volunteered at nonprofits providing food for furloughed workers until they could begin their internship.
Dr. Banschbach, professor and chair of environmental studies, received a 2019 Outstanding Faculty Award from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.
During a summer internship with the Global Owl Project, Julia Mello ’19 was featured in an episode of “Oregon Field Guide” about the organization’s work with the owls and their research.
The Pitch provides aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to develop a business plan and present it to a panel of judges comprised of local business owners and city employees.
The inaugural Roanoke College International Film Festival will kick off next month, aiming to bring together the campus and Roanoke communities through culture and film.
Vanessa Pearson ’21, the 11th Roanoke College student selected as a Gilman Scholar, will spend the Spring 2019 semester in Australia at James Cook University taking psychology, education and Australian history classes.
Chapter receives SPS 2018 Blake Lilly Prize.
Join us January 19-26, 2019 as we celebrate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin King Jr. with a series of events on and off campus.
The Roanoke graduate is a member of the oldest legislative body in North America.
From Roanoke College magazine: With a great love - and knack - for the business of preparing, serving and selling food, Roanoke College alumni have found success in restaurant ownership. The business is not for the faint of heart, says one of those alumni, Roger Neel '85, the owner and co-owner of six eating establishments.