Roanoke students involved in environmental groups and classes on campus have joined efforts with faculty and staff to plant new trees and replace fallen ones.
Poles' environmental science education is giving her a strong foothold as coordinator of distance learning in the new Nature Research Center wing at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.
Roanoke College enjoys a proud tradition of excellence in science that extends from the latter part of the 19th century to the present.
The project, which Hailey Doss has been working on for more than a year, is a study in printmaking and Appalachian botany.
Roanoke biology professor, Dr. DorothyBelle Poli, invited her former students, Amanda Smolinsky and Laura Kellam, to volunteer on a paleontological dig in Caroline County.
Klingensmith’s appreciation for her own freshman orientation experience have led to her becoming involved in the College’s R Days orientation program.
Roanoke College students hope the results of a green roofs study would reduce rainwater runoff at some of downtown Roanoke's buildings and save energy costs for the city.
Paris Butler's skill with students caught the attention of UVA's teaching community
Rob Harbert’s innovative research project won a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship from The American Society of Plant Biologists.
Basic human instinct tells most to fear bugs, and most people don’t have the inclination to do research on the very creatures that send a shiver down their spines. Firebaugh’s instincts told her differently, and she is spending much of her time at Roanoke College researching the critters about which she is passionate.
Michael Barrett '04 began researching the effect of shipwrecks on the environment during a semester abroad in Sydney, Australia. Three years later, he became the youngest person to ever receive a National Geographic grant to continue his work.
Tope Olubuyide '98 knew from the age of nine that she would be an OB-GYN.
At most undergraduate research labs, students can be found washing dishes. Here at Roanoke College, students are part of the entire research process. Students Geoff Bader ’11 and Bryan Piatkowski ’12 work with Dr. DorothyBelle Poli gaining invaluable firsthand learning experience.
Power Shift 2009 urges young people to promote conversation about justice, equity, economic reform and clean living.
Dr. Lassiter devotes his time to his experiments and to training aspiring researchers.
Munley’s 2005 lecture in Laos, “The Science of Global Warming,” centered around challenges posed against global warming over the past 100 years and why humans are the reason global warming is becoming such a hot issue.
Southers explores treatments for cardiovascular, metabolic and endocrine diseases
Roanoke College provides student with the opportunity to work inside hospital labs, running blood tests and gaining medical school experience.
Pysh says he believes in providing opportunities for freshmen.
Dr. Brooks Crozier says he is proud that his undergraduate student assistants are involved in graduate-level research.