Elevating the Sciences
See just a few recent examples of the work Roanoke College students and alumni are doing in the sciences.
In advance of Transgender HIV Testing Day, this class is examining overlooked aspects of HIV with the help of a local community center.
Another round of laudable accomplishments by members of the Maroons family. An Alumni Weekend special!
The voodoo lily serves as an example of the diverse plants in the Roanoke College greenhouse. Biology professors and students want to make the greenhouse even more diverse in the coming years.
Dr. Rachel Collins has had to get creative to find bacteria samples on campus.
Dr. DorothyBelle Poli and Dr. Lisa G. Stoneman earned the honor for the Dragon Research Collaborative.
Roanoke’s Schumann Professor of Christian Ethics provided ethical guidance to the working group creating guidelines on neural chimeras and organoids.
Ergle, who taught math and statistics for 44 years, died on Feb. 21.
Three Roanoke alumni have stepped forward with more than $5 million in gifts to the planned Science Center renovation.
From youth centers to animal shelters, these Maroons are making a difference in Roanoke.
From sharks to underwater volcanoes, Rachael Storo is conducting fascinating studies.
Lassiter received the Council of Undergraduate Research’s Biology Mentor award for mid-career faculty.
Both students hope to learn about the business world in their programs.
A new center for studying racial history made headlines around the country, and multiple professors published insightful opinion pieces.
Gracie Goodpasture’s interest in sustainability and farm-to-table education allowed her to be selected for this prestigious program.
This medication targets blood clots in patients’ lungs and allows them to breathe easier.