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Print Shop Pro Goes Live Over Spring Break
If you use the RC Print Shop, you know that we have been working over the last couple of years to customize our new ordering portal, Print Shop Pro (or PSP, as we call it in the Shop). We have received great feedback from the folks have already been using it, so our plan is to complete the transiti...[see more]
Contact: Print Shop (540-375-2250)

DARYL DAVIS: Black Race relations expert journeys ...
Daryl Davis, Klan-Destine Relationships: a Black Race relations expert journeys into the KKK Thursday, February 22, 2018 7:00 pm Wortmann Ballroom, Colket Center Author of Klan-Destine Relationships and Accidental Courtesy, Daryl Davis, is not white. He is not even light-skinned. He is b...[see more]
Contact: Tanya Ridpath, Director of Community Programs (540-375-2323)

Modern Languages Tenure Track Professor Candidate ...
Friday,February 23rd- 4:00pm-5:00pm in Lucas 125 Modern Languages invites the campus community to attend a presentation by Dr. Steven Alcorn, candidate for tenure track professor in Spanish.The title will be "The role of L2 experience in L1 phonotactic restructuring: evidence from Portuguese/English...[see more]
Contact: Janice Weeks

Other Announcements

Student Health and Counseling providing free STI t...
***Don't Rely on Luck-Get Yourself Tested*** DATE: February 22, 2018 TIME: 11:00am-2:00pm LOCATION: Wortmann Ballroom Cost: Free Student Health and Counseling providing free STI testing for students.
Contact: Melanie Thacker ((540)375-2287)

Wellness Live and Learn - What is your fuel source...
Just as your fingerprints are unique to you, so are your highly individualized nutritional needs. There are a plethora of benefits that come with eating according these needs. If you feel "stuck", would like to build a foundation of consistency with your food choices, or gather some resources pl...[see more]
Contact: Kate Smith

NSSE Survey starts February 15th, for seniors and ...
The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) provides national comparative data on student experiences, both academic and extracurricular. Most first year students and seniors will receive invitations to participate, starting Feb. 15th. Roanoke uses this data to identify our strengths and oppo...[see more]
Contact: Jack Steehler ((540) 375-2540)

Job Opening - Groundskeeper
Applications are now being accepted for the position of Groundskeeper. For additional information, see Staff Career Opportunities on the Human Resources website.
Contact: Human Resources (375-2288)

Accepting Applications for 2018-19 Writing Tutors
The Writing Center @ Roanoke College is accepting applications for writing consultants (tutors) for the Fall 2018-19 academic year. Applications from all majors encouraged! Applicants should have strong written and oral communication skills, good interpersonal skills, and be comfortable interacti...[see more]
Contact: Sandee McGlaun (375-2580)

Marketing Assistant Needed - Subject Tutoring
Marketing Assistant (Work Study) Roanoke College Subject Tutoring Roanoke College Subject Tutoring is a Level II Internationally Certified Tutor Training Center through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) that offers free tutoring in over 40 different subjects and Academic Coachi...[see more]
Contact: Shannon McNeal (5403752251)

Job Opening - Cavern Attendant
Applications are now being accepted for the position of Cavern Attendant. For additional information and how to apply, please see Staff Career Opportunities on the Human Resources website.
Contact: Human Resources (375-2288)

Logan Stugart Senior Project Recital
Tenor Logan Stugart presents his Senior Project Recital on Feb. 24 at 4 p.m. in Olin Recital Hall. Featured composers are Handel, Schubert, Fauré, Massenet and Laitman. Accompanist is Marianne Sandborg. This performance is free and open to the public. Reception to follow.
Contact: Marianne Sandborg ((540) 375-2214)

General James R. Clapper: Ethics and the Current and Future Importance of Intelligence Gathering Thursday, March 22, 7:30 pm The Homer C. Bast Center The Henry H. Fowler Program and the Delta Gamma Lectureship in Values and Ethics Program presents General James R. Clapper, who will continue...[see more]
Contact: Tanya Ridpath, Director of Community Programs (540-375-2323)

Basically Tarantino Film Festival
RC's 3rd Annual Film Festival. Sign up and Pick up Rules at the Info Desk. Entry Deadline is March 15, 2018 Film Submissions by April 3, 2018 Films Premiere in front of Voting Audience on April 5, 2018.
Contact: Diane Wing (5125)

Job Opening - Classroom Integration Specialist
Applications are now being accepted for the position of Classroom Integration Specialist. For additional information and how to apply, please see Staff Career Opportunities on the Human Resources website.
Contact: Human Resources (375-2288)

Help local children in need this Valentines Day
Are you in need of a Valentine this year? Have no fear, SAEM is here! SAEM stands for Salem Area Ecumenical Ministries. SAEM is a non-profit that provides food and clothing for local children and families in need. You may be wondering, what does this have to do with Valentines Day? This Valen...[see more]
Contact: Tanya Ridpath, Director of Community Programs (540-375-2323)

Job Opening - Campus Safety Officer
Applications are now being accepted for the position of Campus Safety Officer. For additional information and how to apply, please see Staff Career Opportunities on the Human Resources website.
Contact: Human Resources (375-2288)

We travel to Columbia, SC on Saturday, March 3, 2018 and stay thru Saturday, March 10, 2018 to work with Habitat for Humanity. Please see Mrs. Fazler in Morehead Hall to sign up and complete the trip packet. Sign up deadline is February 28, 2018. Cost $150.00 covers food, lodging, transporta...[see more]
Contact: Antonia Fazler ((540)375-2300)

Fintel Library Newsletter - Shelf Life
The the latest issue of Shelf Life, the Fintel Library newsletter is now available. In this issue you’ll find information on four items: 1. Journal Review 2. Reference Collection Review 3. Showcase of Faculty Scholarship & Creative Efforts 4. Library Liaisons for Spring 2018 Please do not...[see more]
Contact: Elizabeth McClenney ((540)375-2508)

Theology & Ecology Reading Group
You are invited to join the Theology & Ecology Reading Group. We will read Prof. Ellen Davis’ (Duke Divinity School) book, “Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture.” Our first meeting will be on Tuesday, March 27 from 4:30-6:00pm in Lucas Library (215). Contact me ( for more info an...[see more]
Contact: Dr. Paul Hinlicky ((540) 375-2454)

Community School Preschool & Kindergarten Informat...
Community School invites the benefit-eligible employees of Roanoke College to join us on our campus: Community School Preschool & Kindergarten Information Sessions March 1 at 6:30 p.m. (snow date: March 6) Location: 7815 Williamson Road, Roanoke, VA 24019 During the information session...[see more]
Contact: Leighann Boyer

Chipotle Fundraiser
The Sisters of Sigma Alpha Omega are having a fundraiser to help offset costs for our sisterhood retreat. We are hosting our fundraiser at Chipotle on February 27th from 5-9pm. Mention SAO at the register to help support our sisters.
Contact: Allison Tice

Community High School Now Enrolling for Fall 2018
Community High School of Arts and Academics is enrolling grades 9-12 for the fall of 2018, and will continue to offer a reduced tuition rate for children of Roanoke College employees ($2,500 per student per year, with additional financial aid available). We are a small, secular, independent, college...[see more]
Contact: Susan Norris

Talk Given by Dr. David Clark
You are invited to attend a talk entitled "Everything Beautiful in its Time" given by Dr. David Clark on Tuesday, February 20th from 4:30 - 5:30 in Miller Hall, Room 114. Dr. Clark is interviewing for the Creative Writing tenure track teaching position.
Contact: Channing Johnson (5403752523)

Diversity & Inclusion at RC
Take a little time to read our newsletter and find out what is happening in the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) and around campus. Diversity Means All of Us!
Contact: Juliet Lowery

Business Office Updates - February 2018
Business Office Update February Take a look - a Student Payroll timesheet reminder and tips from Accounts Payable
Contact: Betty Wetmiller

Summer Scholars Program
Would you rather flip hamburgers (or paint houses or mow lawns) or spend a summer on the Roanoke campus using your mind? Would you like to get a package worth nearly $5,000 for feeding your curiosity? Summer scholars are paid $2,500, receive summer housing (valued at $1,400), and a summer course cr...[see more]
Contact: Christopher Lassiter

Faculty Staff Headshots
Need a new headshot? Our photographer will be set up in the Roselawn Parlor on Thursday, February 22 from 8am-noon to take headshots for faculty staff. You do not need an appointment. Just drop in anytime.
Contact: Carissa Divant

Music Candidate Lecture
The Fine Arts Department invites the campus community to attend the public lecture of a candidate for their tenure track position in music. Jeremy Cochran will be presenting: New and Old World Tensions: Paul Hindemith in the United States 1940 - 1951 in Olin Recital Hall on Tuesday, February 20th fr...[see more]
Contact: Katherine Shortridge

Spring Study Abroad Mini-Fair!
Come to the Study Abroad Mini-Fair! The Study Abroad Mini-Fair allows students to explore the many study abroad opportunities available to them at Roanoke College by talking with students who have studied abroad and international students who are here from our exchange partners. Carmen Boggs-Park...[see more]
Contact: Carmen Boggs-Parker

Job Opening - Spring Break Admissions Assistant
Are you passionate about Roanoke College? Do you want to do something exciting and meaningful during Spring Break? If so, consider joining the Roanoke College Admissions Team as it travels up and down the East Coast presenting the college to prospective students and their families. The Roanoke C...[see more]
Contact: Courtney Penn ((540) 375-6062)

Turnitin Afterhours Support
With midterms quickly approaching and final paper deadlines looming, IT is pleased to announce that Turnitin support is now available afterhours and on weekends by email,, and by phone, 866-816-5046 ext. 241. You can also check for status updates, downtimes, and widespread is...[see more]
Contact: Carole Porter (540-375-2225)

2017 Fall President's List and Dean's List Announc...
Congratulations to all students who have been named to the Fall 2017 President's List and Dean's List! (Please proceed to the included link to view the names of those who qualified.)
Contact: The Registrar's Office

RC Sustain Meeting This Thursday At Noon
Please come join us for RC Sustain meeting this Thursday at noon in Bast 214! Join us in a discussion on sustainability and recycling initiatives taking place on campus. Have a bite of free pizza and help us make RC a more sustainable place.
Contact: Chad Heddleston (5403752579)

HEAT Recruitment
Interested in Sexual Education, Mental Health Education, Alcohol and Substance Abuse Education, and/or LGBTQ+ Wellness? You should consider joining HEAT, a club where you will be able to help with events featuring all of these topics! Email Shelby Baney at: for more informat...[see more]
Contact: Shelby Baney

AUDITIONS for "An Evening of Albee: The American D...
Join us on Monday, 2/26, or Tues, 2/27, from 6-8 in the Olin Studio Theatre for auditions for Albee's plays, "The American Dream" and "The Zoo Story," under the direction of Dr. Bruce Partin. No experience or preparation is necessary! Questions? Please contact Dr. Partin at
Contact: Jennifer Ruhland