Hollins University’s Wilson Museum has named Jenine Culligan, senior curator at the Huntington Museum of Art in Huntington, West Virginia, as its new director. She begins her duties May 4.
To help current Sweet Briar College students determine which college or university would be the right fit for them as they make plans to continue and complete their education, Hollins University is hosting four open house sessions between March 6 – 15.
Hollins has entered into a “teach-out” arrangement with Sweet Briar College for students who need to transfer to another school following Sweet Briar’s cessation of classes.
We are saddened to learn that Sweet Briar College has announced its intention to close at the end of the current semester. While Hollins and Sweet Briar have enjoyed a lively rivalry for decades, the foundation of our relationship with one another has always been rooted in a strong spirit of sisterhood. However, Hollins and […]
Hollins is paying tribute to one of its best-known alumnae and one of America’s most beloved children’s authors by establishing a literary award in her name.
Professor of Spanish Alison Ridley and Associate Professor of Communication Studies Vladimir Bratic received the Roberta A. Stewart Service Award and the Herta T. Freitag Faculty Legacy Award, respectively.
Hollins captured the Ethics Bowl championship in 2014 and will once again compete against other student teams from Virginia’s leading independent colleges and universities.
Lange, who has enjoyed a distinguished career in education, is retiring as superintendent of Roanoke County Public Schools in June. The 2012 Virginia Superintendent of the Year brings her knowledge and expertise to Hollins the following month.
Hollins and 14 other private nonprofit colleges in Virginia will engage in a three-year program designed to help them navigate the complex legal, regulatory, and technical challenges associated with installing solar systems, leverage group purchasing power to achieve price reductions for hardware and installation services, and create a learning network accessible by other organizations considering solar power.
LeeRay Costa, who teaches gender and women’s studies and anthropology at Hollins, says she is “eager to understand Cuban perspectives on women’s and LGBT rights, race relations, environmental sustainability, and food justice.”