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National Gallery Highlights Hollins Alumna, Acclaimed Photographer in “Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings”

National Gallery Highlights Hollins Alumna, Acclaimed Photographer in “Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings”

Sally Mann ’74, M.A. ’75 is one of America’s most celebrated photographers, and the National Gallery of Art is presenting the first major international exhibition of her photographs of the South.

Alumna Lights the Torch for Major Amateur Sports Competition

Alumna Lights the Torch for Major Amateur Sports Competition

Suzy Mink ’74, who was a member of the relay team that carried the Olympic torch to Lake Placid for the 1980 Winter Olympics, was the honored guest at the kick-off to New York’s Empire State Winter Games.

Hollins Alumna Is Recognized as One of the Outstanding Women in the Communications Industry

Hollins Alumna Is Recognized as One of the Outstanding Women in the Communications Industry

Alexandra Trower ’86 is joining Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, and Kim Kelleher, chief business officer for GQ, Golf Digest, Pitchfork, WIRED, and Ars Technica, in receiving one of the communications industry’s highest honors.

Hollins Alumna Earns Society for Neuroscience’s Premier Prize

Hollins Alumna Earns Society for Neuroscience’s Premier Prize

Mary Elizabeth “Mary Beth” Hatten ’71 has received the 2017 Ralph W. Gerard Prize in Neuroscience, the highest recognition conferred by the Society for Neuroscience.

Hollins, Sweet Briar Alums Help Send Middle Schoolers to Book Festival

Hollins, Sweet Briar Alums Help Send Middle Schoolers to Book Festival

Caity Gladstone, a graduate of Sweet Briar College who is now pursuing an M.F.A. in children’s literature at Hollins, was supported by alumnae from both her alma maters in her efforts to take her eighth grade students to this year’s Virginia Children’s Book Festival.

Alumnae Share Expertise from Multitude of Fields at C3

Alumnae Share Expertise from Multitude of Fields at C3

Seventy-nine Hollins alumnae from a variety of fields returned to campus to talk about how they have translated their liberal arts education into satisfying careers during the university’s sixth annual Career Connection Conference (C3).

Alumna Successfully Fights for Bill to Combat Opioid Addiction

Alumna Successfully Fights for Bill to Combat Opioid Addiction

Thanks in part to acupuncturist Elizabeth Ropp ’99, recovery and mental health professionals in New Hampshire can now use ear acupuncture to treat addicts.

With Hollins Know-How and Connections, Recent Grad Gains Opportunity at Major Strategic Communications Firm

With Hollins Know-How and Connections, Recent Grad Gains Opportunity at Major Strategic Communications Firm

Just a few months after graduation, Tegan Harcourt ’17 is working with a company globally renowned for strategic planning and communications consultation, thanks to her Hollins experience and the backing of a dedicated alumnae network.

Distinguished Alumnae Award Recipients Are Honored

Distinguished Alumnae Award Recipients Are Honored

Hollins has recognized Suzanne Hubbard O’Hatnick ’67, Callie Virginia “Ginny” Smith Granade ’72, Jill Wright Donaldson ’92, and Tiffany Marshall Graves ’97 with the university’s Distinguished Alumnae Award, and Alexis Davis King ’02 with its Distinguished Young Alumna Award.

Three Hollins Authors Are People’s Choice Award Finalists

Three Hollins Authors Are People’s Choice Award Finalists

Works by Associate Professor of English Elizabeth Poliner, Beth Macy M.A. ’93, and Lee Smith ’67 have been nominated for the 2017 Library of Virginia People’s Choice Award.

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