Robert Sulkin: Photographs 1973-2019, which is on display January 16 – March 29, is a retrospective exhibition highlighting the work of the award-winning photographer who joined the Hollins faculty in 1980 and retired at the end of the 2018-19 academic year.
LeeRay Costa, professor of anthropology and gender and women’s studies and director of faculty development, joined women leaders from across the U.S. and Canada to take part in the intensive, residential leadership development program. The HERS Institute was created to proactively fill the higher education pipelines across the U.S. with dynamic women and combat an undeniable gender gap.
Scientific Reports, the world’s 11th-most cited scientific journal, is highlighting findings by Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Elizabeth Gleim that controlled burning could be an effective tool in battling tick-borne pathogens.
The director of Hollins’ Jackson Center for Creative Writing and author of the award-winning novel “As Close to Us as Breathing” was honored for her short story, “Sabelle.”
Professor of English Marilyn Moriarty will deliver the keynote address at the POW/MIA Awareness Day ceremony on Saturday, September 22, at 11 a.m. at the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia.
Edison is one of the country’s most prominent professors of studio art. Her work has appeared nationally in New York, Philadelphia, and Atlanta, and internationally in Russia and Chad.
Researchers from Hollins, Old Dominion University, and the University of Richmond are joining forces this summer to study the blacklegged tick, which carries Lyme disease, and determine whether genes or the environment drives their behavior.
Associate Professor of Philosophy and Dean of Academic Services Michael Gettings’ commentary, “How Teacher-Scholars Prepare Students for an Evolving World,” appears in the August 7 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education.
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.
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.