Elevating the Sciences
See just a few recent examples of the work Roanoke College students and alumni are doing in the sciences.
The book aims to help students not get discouraged when challenges arise.
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.
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.
For the first time, Roanoke is on the Best Athletic Facilities list and Best College Radio Station list. Roanoke is again on the list of Great Schools for Business/Finance Majors, Great Schools for Computer Science/Computer Engineering Majors and Great Schools for Psychology Majors.
Katherine Charbonneau '23, through participation in the newly reimagined Fowler Student Policy Scholar Program, is exploring how machine learning can help predict future international political uprisings and conflicts.
Partnership will advance education and workforce development to improve community health and well-being in the Roanoke Valley.
Roanoke College receives $3.5 million gift from former president and first lady, Dr. David and Susan Gring
Gring, the College’s ninth president, and his wife, Susan, are making the gift to support student research and the College’s planned Science Center.
Students in Dr. Marilee Ramesh’s Advanced Genetics class had an incredible and rare opportunity to interact with another professor who is the parent of a child with XP.
The Roanoke College chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) has won an Outstanding Chapter Award from the SPS National Office.
The seven valedictorians and salutatorians hail from five different states and earned degrees in 10 different majors. Six of the seven are members of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic honor society.
James Suleyman is one of just 20 students selected nationwide. The program connects arts and sciences students with Phi Beta Kappa scholarship and public sector opportunities.
Roanoke College’s new center for Purpose, Life and Career Exploration (PLACE) opened its doors to students, alumni and community members to show how Roanoke students can get help pursuing high-value careers.
Dr. Paris Butler ‘00 will be the Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) and Associate Professor of Surgery, effective April 1, 2022. He is the first vice chair of DEI in the Department of Surgery’s 209-year history.
From hospitals to schools to the fire station, these graduates are making a difference in the Roanoke and Salem region.
Maroons all around the country were proud to watch Dr. Gary Hollis compete in the semi-finals of the JEOPARDY! Professors Tournament.