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2008

Lutheran Church - Department for Schools, Madison County Public Schools, Rappahannock County Public Schools, Roanoke County Public Schools, Roanoke Valley Christian Schools, Salem City Schools, and Virginia Beach Public Schools Date : June 23-25, 2008 Participants The ninth annual Margaret Sue Copenhaver Institute for Teaching and Learning was held June 23-25, 2008, on the Roanoke College ... independent school organization partnered with Roanoke College to sponsor the 2008 Institute. The partners were Augusta County Public Schools, Botetourt County Public Schools, Chesterfield County Public

https://www.roanoke.edu/about/community/programs_offered/copenhaver/archives/past_conferences/2008

Italian

Italian Why study Italian at Roanoke College? A country with a rich and compelling history, Italy is a global leader in design, historical preservation, and culinary arts. Roanoke's program ... into the roots of Western culture. Get access.  Roanoke has developed relationships with universities in regions throughout Italy to give students access to distinct study abroad experiences ... :  “ My study abroad experience was one of the best things that has happened to me. I had never really left my home state of Virginia let alone the country. I learned some very valuable things

https://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/modern_languages/italian

2012

the Roanoke Valley Luncheon Speaker:   Taylor Mali, author, speaker, and poet Sponsoring Divisions:   Buena Vista City Schools, Charlottesville City Schools, City of Salem Schools, Prince William County Schools, Roanoke City Schools, Roanoke County Schools, and Roanoke Valley Christian Schools Date:   June 18-20, 2012       Kay Brimijoin Grant Wiggins Taylor Mali Participants The thirteenth annual Margaret Sue Copenhaver Institute for Teaching and Learning was held June 18-20, 2012, on the Roanoke College campus.  Dr. Kay Brimijoin and Dr. Grant Wiggins

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2014

of Salem Schools, Roanoke City Schools, Roanoke County Schools Date : June 23-25, 2014 Dr. Anthony Frontier Dr. Raymond Jones Ms. Isabel Castilo  Participants The fifteenth annual Margaret Sue Copenhaver Institute for Teaching and Learning was held June 23-25, 2014, on the Roanoke College Campus. Dr. Anthony Frontier and Dr. Raymond Jones presented keynote ... at the closing luncheon.  Three public school divisions and one independent school partnered with Roanoke College to sponsor the 2014 Institute; City of Salem Schools, Roanoke City Schools, Roanoke

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2011

, at Stanford University Award Recipient: Dr. Lorraine Lange, Superintendent, Roanoke County Public Schools Luncheon Speaker :  Dr. Frank Winstead, worldwide consultant and teacher Sponsoring Divisions: City of Salem Public Schools, Chesterfield County Public Schools, Roanoke City Public Schools, Roanoke County Public Schools and Roanoke Valley Christian Schools Date: June 20-22, 2011 Participants Dr. Nel Nodding Frank Winstead   The twelfth annual Margaret Sue Copenhaver Institute for Teaching and Learning was held June 20-22, 2011, on the Roanoke College

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ITSA Alum

to travel the world. But my student job in IT gave me a career. The Information Technology Department at Roanoke gave me hard-skills and in-demand experience. It gave me a sense of freedom and purpose ... but with help of Roanoke College IT, I fell in love with technology!"  - Nikkia Young '13   "Working at the IT department at Roanoke College well-prepared me for the real-world job. When I first began my ... major in Computer Science. Alumni Testimonials "Since I had 3 years of IT experience when I graduated, I had companies calling me about job postings as soon as I posted my resume online. I am so

https://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/information_technology/it_student_assistants/itsa_alum

Japanese

as well as for students of classic literature, the Japanese program at Roanoke explores multiple facets of Japanese life.   Why study Japanese at Roanoke? It's business. Japan has one of the most influential economies in the world. A working knowledge of Japanese can make an employee attractive to companies that operate in the global marketplace. Manga, karaoke and sushi, oh my!  Japan's popular culture influences trends worldwide. Roanoke's program combines language skills with surprising cultural insights. Think again. Because the Japanese language functions in a radically

https://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/modern_languages/japanese

Explorations FAQs

to a “credential” or “certification” in a given field? How does the unit requirements work? Do I have to take all courses in my Exploration at Roanoke College? What's ... in my Exploration at Roanoke College? There’s some flexibility: a course (no more than 1 unit) taken prior to attending Roanoke College may count towards an Exploration. Also, since courses taken ... ? What’s the process for completing the Exploration? If I complete an Exploration, do I receive some sort of recognition? How do I find an appropriate Exploration for my interests

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