Political scientists from Hollins University, Roanoke College, and Virginia Tech will take part in the panel presentation “After 2016: The State of the American Political Party System” on Thursday, February 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Niederer Auditorium.
The latest issue of Black + White Photography magazine features “The Experimental Professor,” an extensive look at the work of Professor of Art Robert Sulkin.
Hollins students led by Associate Professor of Art Jennifer Anderson have constructed the first in a series of planned public art projects in downtown Roanoke.
Books by Associate Professor of English Elizabeth Poliner, Beth Macy M.A. ’93, and Lee Smith ’67 are among Amazon’s Top 100 Editors’ Picks for 2016.
Through the U.S. – Middle East Partnership Initiative, communication studies professors Jill Weber and Vladimir Bratic worked with student leaders seeking to bring positive change to the Middle East and North Africa.
Professor of Anthropology and Gender and Women’s Studies LeeRay Costa talks about leading the “Girls Rock Roanoke” program as part of the”Women Influencing the Arts” speakers series at Virginia Tech.
Professor of Political Science Ed Lynch is often tasked with explaining what the politicians are up to in an election year more confusing than most. Now, WSLS-TV 10, the NBC affiliate for Roanoke and southwestern Virginia, has assigned Lynch the job of official political analyst for its news broadcasts.
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 University is among the 21 liberal arts colleges in America with the lowest student-faculty ratios, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Associate Professor of Art Jennifer Anderson is among the more than 30 local artists who will be making original works of art on-site at Roanoke’s Taubman Museum of Art on April 21.