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Senior Thesis

Odyssey Dr. Adkins Bridget Rose (Philosophy) The Necessity of Moral Discourse: Plato’s Political Philosophy and Its Applications to Contemporary Democracy Dr. Zorn Zachary Wright (Christian

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Technical Tracks

Development IT Web Developers work with the Director of Web and Software Development Services to develop, maintain and deploy web based applications in the support of the college mission. Past projects have included: MyRoanoke Portal, Alumni/Family weekend registration, Admissions online applications, student course evaluation system, campus directory, MOX, Mobile Website, senior auction and much

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Guidelines for Student Publications

; 2. Review written applications and set interviews for applicants; 3. Interview student applicants for editorships of student publications; 4. Make final selection based upon experience

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Psychology Course Descriptions

hrs/wk. PSYC 101 or HNRS/INQ 260PY or permission.   May be repeated for credit.   351 Personality Theories of personality, applications, and extensions of these theories, current research

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Physics Faculty Openings

Physics Faculty Openings The following has been posted on HigherEdJobs. Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics Roanoke College invites applications for a one-year appointment at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor, starting in August 2022. The position is a temporary replacement due to a last-minute faculty departure. We will search for a tenure-track appointment to start ... of a diverse community in their cover letters. All applications received by May 20, 2022, will be given full consideration, and applications received afterwards will be considered on a rolling basis

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Summer Session

Courses for Summer 2013 SUMMER TERM I (June 3-28) PHILOSOPHY 215 A: SYMBOLIC LOGIC Professor Zorn Period 2 (10:50-1:00) This course will focus on mastering the techniques of modern logic, including truth tables and the method of proof in the propositional and predicate calculus.  We will also look briefly at the philosophy of logic and some of the applications of logic in philosophy and in fields outside philosophy.  In the process, students will acquire the grounding in rigorous and clear thinking required for serious inquiry in philosophy or any other subject.   INQ 120

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Course Descriptions

, value, texture, color, space, content, and style. Emphasis on visual problem-solving, the vocabulary of art, and craftsmanship in the use of materials. Computer applications in graphics introduced. (1 ... of the student. Fundamentals of studio lighting, use of medium format camera, film processing and darkroom techniques, experimental techniques, computer imaging applications, and historical context ... Fundamentals of printmaking in the areas of stencils, photo-silkscreening, computer applications, and lithography. Emphasis on fine art production and techniques of each art form. (1) Lecture/Studio: 4

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Prospective Students

Information for Prospective Students Admission to Roanoke Roanoke College welcomes applications from students from other countries.  We have a diverse international student body, typically representing about 30 countries each year.   To apply as a degree-seeking student, please follow the instructions in the  admissions information for international students .  There is an online application and you can find information about financial aid and how to acquire the F-1 student visa. For more details, please contact  Elise Bennett . Roanoke College also partners with several

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Math Research

be distinguished ("colored"), with applications in scheduling and network analysis. David Taylor : games and gambling. The determination of optimal or near-optimal strategies for various games creates

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Spring 2010

Spring 2010 Spring 2010 All sessions will be in Massengill unless otherwise noted. Date & Time Speaker Title Tuesday, Jan. 26, 7:00 p.m. Dr. Rama Balasubramanian, Roanoke College "Nanotechnology: Applications and Opportunities"  Wednesday, February 3, 5:00 p.m. Trexler 372 Katie Quertermous, University of Virginia "How Simple Conditions Lead to Interesting Questions: An Introduction to Linear Operators" Tuesday, February 9, 4:00 p.m. Trexler 372 Judith Canner, North

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