First-year students Dade Hundertmark and Hanna Strauss are heading overseas this summer to engage in one of the biggest challenges of their academic careers: becoming adept in the Arabic language.
Pria Jackson ’19 and Mandy Moore ’16 have been honored by Wyndham Robertson Library as the winners of the 2016 Undergraduate Research Awards.
LeeRay Costa, John P. Wheeler Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies and Anthropology at Hollins University, is among the scholars and practitioners who will be in dialogue with noted author and social activist bell hooks this week at Wisconsin’s St. Norbert College.
Hollins is showcasing students’ scholarly and creative endeavors at the annual Hollins Student Conference on Saturday, April 30.
Mary Beth Hatten ’71 is returning to Hollins and the Roanoke area to share her expertise in neuroscience at a series of special events.
Mikaela Murphy ’16 is one of only about 16 students who have been accepted this fall into the University of Georgia’s Master in Landscape Architecture degree program, one of the nation’s most prestigious M.L.A. programs.
The School for Field Studies has recognized Lan Nguyen ’18 with its Distinguished Student Researcher Award, honoring the work she completed at the SFS Center for Mekong Studies in Cambodia during the fall of 2015.
The Hollins University education department has been accredited for a seven-year term by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council.
Katherine Nelson ’18 will present her paper, “Katniss Everdeen, Apologetic Feminism, and the Glorification of Masculinity,” at the eleventh biennial Associated Colleges of the South Gender Studies Conference, which takes place February 19-21 at Southwestern University.
The statewide collegiate Wells Fargo Ethics Bowl is coming to Hollins University for its 17th annual competition. Student teams from Hollins and Virginia’s other leading independent colleges and universities will debate a variety of case studies highlighting potential ethical dilemmas faced by citizens.