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Randall Shrock '68

Shrock _randallRandall Shrock '68 majored in History. As a student he participated in the Germany/Austria Program. Randall completed his Ph.D. in History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1980. Randall's greatest Earlham involvement has been his 40 years of teaching as a professor of history in a shared appointment with Alice Almond Shrock ’68, also professor of history, in one of the first and longest continuous faculty appointments in the U.S. He was active in the Humanities Program and a co-leader of 14 off-campus study programs, including three alumni trips. He was also a professor of history and education (1994-2005) and the founding director (2001-05) of Earlham's Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program. Randall resides in Richmond, Indiana. He began his term on the Alumni Council in Fall 2013. Looking back at his time at Earlham, his favorite memories include falling in love with Alice at Welliver's Hagerstown Smorgasboard; presenting daughter Rachel with her Earlham diploma as she crossed Chase Stage in 2005; and having daughter Amy join the Earlham faculty (2009-13).

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