From the Dana Science Building and the surrounding community to the Chesapeake Bay, Caribbean Sea, South America, and Southeast Asia, Hollins students worked closely with science and mathematics faculty throughout this academic year to perform considerable hands-on research in biology, chemistry, environmental studies, mathematics, physics, and psychology.
Over the past four years, senior film majors at Hollins have honed their craft through a variety of hands-on, on-campus opportunities. These students will conclude their undergraduate careers with a public screening of their senior thesis films and screenplays.
Dani Raymond ’18 has been awarded the NCAA Women’s Enhancement Graduate Scholarship, which supports students enrolled in a sports-related program as a full-time graduate student. She plans to pursue a graduate degree in sports management at Virginia Commonwealth University beginning this fall.
The Playwright’s Lab at Hollins University has been honored with 12 awards in direction, production, acting, and playwriting by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
“Reckoning with these issues is no easy task. But if we are to grow and evolve as institutions of higher learning, we cannot ignore or hide from our past.”
Lan Nguyen ’18 has been accepted into the Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution, Ecosystems and Society (EEES) at Dartmouth College. The program focuses on tackling the socioecological issues of the 21st century.
After nine years, Hollins Theatre is returning to the scene of the crime with a revival of “Chicago,” one of Broadway’s most celebrated musicals.
“This initiative will provide exceptional experiential educational opportunities for our students while simultaneously helping to meet critical but unmet community needs.”
Elaine Magliaro, a retired teacher who writes poetry for children, has won the Margaret Wise Brown Prize in Children’s Literature for her debut children’s book, “Things to Do.” She will receive an engraved medal and a $1,000 cash prize.
Senior communication studies majors Megan David and Emili McPhail won first and second place, respectively, at Lynchburg College’s 16th annual Student Undergraduate Research Forum (SURF).