Peabody Award-winning broadcaster and New York Times bestselling author Krista Tippett speaks in duPont Chapel on Sunday, March 5, at 7:30 p.m. She is the creator and host of public radio’s “On Being.”
With a focus on shaping a welcoming, inclusive campus culture, Hollins President Nancy Gray moderated the first-ever Presidential Forum on Diversity and Inclusion at the 2017 Presidents Institute, presented by The Council of Independent Colleges.
In May 2016, the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University received the largest gift in its history, a collection of preliminary paintings, drawings, and prints by noted French modernist Jean Hélion. Beginning February 2, the museum will display 40 of these works, most of which have never been seen before by the public.
Hollins students received a crash course in personal finance during the interactive program, Financial IQ.
Political scientists from Hollins University, Roanoke College, and Virginia Tech will take part in the panel presentation “After 2016: The State of the American Political Party System” on Thursday, February 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Niederer Auditorium.
The latest issue of Black + White Photography magazine features “The Experimental Professor,” an extensive look at the work of Professor of Art Robert Sulkin.
In celebration of Hollins’ 175th anniversary, the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum is featuring “Views of Tinker Mountain by Ron Boehmer” in the Ballator-Thompson Gallery, January 12 through April 30.
Veteran horse trainer, riding instructor, national and international judge, and program director Claudia Roland has been named head coach of Hollins’ equestrian program.
Hollins is on Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s list of the Top 300 Best College Values of 2017, and ranks among the magazine’s 100 best values in liberal arts colleges.
Julia Voorhees Emmons ’63 is among the five newest members of the Atlanta Sports Hall of Fame.