News & Events
Six students conducted in-depth research to help build a database of information about enslaved people who lived in Southwest Virginia before and during the Civil War.
Roanoke College officials have been preparing for heavy rain and wind associated with Hurricane Ian, which is expected to make its way into the Roanoke Valley on Friday and may bring rain to the region through Monday.
The Hispanic Organization for Leadership and Achievement has an array of events planned for Hispanic Heritage Month.
See what fellow Maroons are up to in this month's roundup of alumni accomplishments.
Karin Saoub, the Capp Whitehead Professor of Mathematics at Roanoke College, has been placed as an adviser to the director of the Office of Science in the U.S. Department of Energy.
The Elderscholar Program is in its 38th year of offering lectures for adults 55 and older. The program features Roanoke College faculty and guests speaking on areas of their expertise. This spring, the program will be both in-person and virtual. Participants can choose to attend the live lecture with lunch afterwards, or watch live with Zoom from the safety and comfort of their home. Registration is required.
Date | Time:
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
Location: Live: Colket Center Ballroom & Virtual: Zoom Webinar
"Mapping the Human Experience" explores the human experience, as described through the lens Enneagram, and uses the perspective of landscapes and satellite photos to depict each type’s journey to health.
Date | Time:
September 10 - October 9, 2022
Location: Olin Hall Galleries