Roanoke’s WSLS 10 highlights six of Hollins’ outstanding graduating seniors in a preview of Sunday’s 174th Commencement Exercises.
Congratulations to this year’s winners at the annual Hollins Student Conference, held April 30 in Moody Student Center.
Pria Jackson ’19 and Mandy Moore ’16 have been honored by Wyndham Robertson Library as the winners of the 2016 Undergraduate Research Awards.
Hollins University is among the 21 liberal arts colleges in America with the lowest student-faculty ratios, according to U.S. News and World Report.
The first-ever Margaret Wise Brown Prize, which showcases the most distinguished picture book manuscript as selected by a panel of judges, has been presented to Phil Bildner, author of “Marvelous Cornelius.” Authors Jane Yolen and and Heidi E.Y. Stemple received the Margaret Wise Brown Prize Honor Book for their work, “You Nest Here With Me.”
Lan Nguyen ’18, a double-major in economics and environmental science, has been awarded an eight-week Summer 2016 Residence Internship at the American Institute for Economic Research.
Randi Byrd ’18 will represent Hollins at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National Championships in May after winning her division at the Zone 4 Regional Championships on April 9.
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 ranking and review website Niche.com places Hollins among the 100 Best Liberal Arts Colleges in the country and one of the five Best Liberal Arts Colleges in Virginia.
The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival has recognized the play “Coupler” by Meredith Dayna Levy ’12 with its “Distinguished Production of New or Devised Work” award. Levy is pursuing her M.F.A. degree in playwriting at Hollins.