Putting together navigation plans, learning more about the Roanoke Valley, touring with a children’s theatre production, producing comic books and graphic novels, researching the history of Hollins University, and even identifying and avoiding BS are some of the distinctive course offerings engaging Hollins students during the school’s January 2015 Short Term session.
Eight students from Hollins and six from Roanoke represented Tunisia and Gabon, respectively, at the American Model United Nations Conference in Chicago.
Hollins University is participating in an exceptional construction project composed of over a million business cards and encompassing the entire Earth.
The program continues its focus on helping writers generate new work and its non-credit workshops are now offered at a lower cost.
The team was recognized by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America for its cumulative grade point average.
Elizabeth Cheng ’14 (left) and Shannon Ciccarello ’17 were honored by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association.
Guest speaker Ellen Goldsmith-Vein ’84, the first woman to head her own entertainment management company and one of the most powerful women in Hollywood, reminded this year’s graduates that “kindness is what keeps you human through the madness, and keeps the monster of greed out of the war of ambition.”
The list, produced by the website NerdScholar, celebrates faculty members from across the country for their impact on students and the contributions they have made to their schools.
Beverly Colwell Adams (left), assistant dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and associate professor of psychology at the University of Virginia, presents the award to Hensly at the VSSA’s 87th Annual Meeting.
The seminar will address the challenge of keeping alive in undergraduate education classical texts that a generation ago were read and understood by every college graduate.