Hollins is one of 42 institutions comprising the Council of Independent Colleges’ Consortium on Digital Resources for Teaching and Research, and will use a cloud-based uniform digital platform to curate photographic archives for classical studies.
Designed to provide financial assistance to those interested in educating low-income students, the TEACH Grant is available to Hollins students pursuing a Master of Arts in teaching.
The university is joining with Community Housing Partners to complete an energy efficiency retrofit of Barbee Guest House. The work is supported by a green revolving fund established at Hollins last May.
The funds will enable Hollins to immediately implement green projects that further a campus culture of environmental sustainability.