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.
Hollins has received a $100,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to invest in a 30-month pilot project entitled “Faculty Development to Advance Liberal Arts Education in the 21st Century.”
Hollins University is one of the top liberal arts colleges and universities in the country, according to the publication, 2016 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges.
Professor of Political Science Ed Lynch recently traveled with seven other American academics to the Middle East nation of Oman as part of a trip sponsored by the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations.
Kayla Deur ’16 has been honored by The School for Field Studies for her important contributions in environmental research.
Hollins Lacrosse is an IWLCA Division III Academic Honor Squad for the 2015 season.
Pavithra Suresh ’16 has been awarded a Saudi Arabia Exchange Fellowship/Malone Fellowship by the National Council on U.S. – Arab Relations.
Hollins University Professor of Political Science Ed Lynch has been named an Oman Alwaleed Fellow for 2015-16 by the National Council on U.S. – Arab Relations (NCUSAR).