Hollins is showcasing students’ scholarly and creative endeavors at the annual Hollins Student Conference on Saturday, April 30, from 1 – 5:15 p.m. in Moody Student Center.
Sponsored by the President’s Office, the conference features a variety of podium presentations, poster presentations, and performances from across the disciplines. Awards are given for the top presentations and performances.
“The conference reflects our goal of preparing our students for a life of educational and professional development,” said Associate Professor of Communication Studies Jill Weber, who each year coordinates the event with Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students Patty O’Toole.
All Hollins undergraduate students are invited to submit an abstract of sound scholarly or creative work that has been completed under the guidance of a current faculty or staff member.
During the conference, students will present during three separate sessions:
- Session 1 (1:30 – 2:20 p.m.)
Exploring Ideas: Hollins 102 Honors Program Projects
Exploring Identity and Sexuality
- Session 2 (2:30 – 3:20 p.m.)
Exploring Modes of Expression – Performances
Exploring Politics and the Political
Exploring Women in History
- Session 3 (3:30 – 4:20 p.m.)
Exploring Questions in Science – Poster Presentations
Exploring Art and Architecture
Exploring Sustainability and the Myths that Sustain
This year’s conference schedule and a complete list of the event’s 29 student presentations is available here.