Elevating the Sciences
See just a few recent examples of the work Roanoke College students and alumni are doing in the sciences.
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.
Claire Kirchoff ‘17 will teach English in a rural community.
They share how they were able to succeed and stand out at Roanoke.
Dr. Jorgensen and his wife, who teaches at the University of Lynchburg, collaborated on the award-winning paper.
Even though ceremonies are taking place online, students are still wrapping up the school year in style.
Engineering courses will begin in the fall of 2020. The engineering science major is pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Recent news about Roanoke College alumni Naval Aircrewman 2nd Class James Buriak '12, Kenneth Tyral '16, and Sean Ryan '18.
The rapidly evolving field requires a blend of technical skills, critical thinking and strong communication skills.
Three Roanoke College students made an eye-opening voyage to Zambia, Africa with Orphan Medical Network International.