Press Releases from RCC
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RILL will explore the life of Robert Moton, who was a valued advisor to five United States presidents, yet is virtually unknown to most Americans today.
The three-session course will be taught by Clayton W. James on June 6, 13, and 20 (Tuesdays), from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the main branch of the Gloucester County Public Library at 6920 Main Street in Gloucester Courthouse.
Despite the rainy weather, hundreds gathered at RCC’s Warsaw Campus on May 12 to watch their loved ones end a chapter and begin a new one.
RCC is proud to honor faculty members who have served in outstanding ways — Profs. Ruth Greene, Lisa Merritt, Bob Parker and Lisa Tuckey.
Rebecca Guest, a former RCC student, has returned to her alma mater. And from all accounts, everyone is glad that she came back.
Chen was inspired to write the paper by his dual interest in finances and environmental sciences, stating that both were a passion of his.
Evon Cobb is the Class of 2017 representative and will share the stage with other academic and business luminaries.
Sandy Darnell will carry the ceremonial mace as part of Rappahannock Community College’s 45th Commencement ceremonies on May 12.
Jane G. Watkins, former CEO and president of Virginia Credit Union, will serve as the keynote speaker for the Class of 2017.
Helen Turner Murphy will be presented an Honorary Degree for her many years of work on behalf of the College on May 12.