James Phillips, Senior Research Fellow for Middle Eastern Affairs at The Heritage Foundation, will deliver the keynote address at the Appalachia Regional Model Arab League conference, which Hollins is hosting Nov. 6-8.
The noted primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall presented “Sowing the Seeds of Hope” before a capacity audience of students, faculty, staff, and the general public on April 20.
Nancy Lublin helped transform DoSomething.org into one of America’s largest youth organizations and will share how her approach to business, teens, and technology has transcended the not-for-profit world at Hollins’ annual C3 on October 19.
A 1975 graduate of Hollins, Rev. Dr. Cynthia Hale is founding and senior pastor of Georgia’s Ray of Hope Christian Church and has been hailed for her leadership, integrity, and compassion.
The Emmy-nominated actress and transgender advocate spoke at Hollins on September 28 about the importance of moving beyond gender expectations to live more authentically.
Lindsey Pollak, best-selling author of “Getting from College to Career: Your Essential Guide to Succeeding in the Real World,” will share her knowledge and advice with Hollins students on October 20.
From his Capitol Hill office, Virginia’s senior United States Senator discussed a variety of topics with members of Visiting Assistant Professor of Business Kari Munro’s Ethical Leadership class.
Ellen Goldsmith-Vein ’84 is the owner and CEO of The Gotham Group, a multi-faceted management and production company, and has countless credits and accomplishments to her name in movies and television. Hollins’ 172nd commencement exercises will take place Sunday, May 25.
The associate professor of philosophy discusses America’s polarization and the lecture at Hollins by renowned social psychologist Jonathan Haidt, author of the bestselling book, “The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion.” Haidt spoke on Monday, Nov. 4.
Johnnetta Cole, former president of Spelman College and Bennett College for Women, delivered a message of empowerment and affirmation to the 217 students receiving degrees.