Alumna and Virginia House of Delegates member Jennifer Barton Boysko ’89 welcomed Hollins University’s class of 2018 to “the ranks of the strong, barrier-breaking women who have come before you” during the school’s 176th Commencement Exercises on May 20.
The athletic shoe and clothing giant will become the official provider of uniforms, apparel, and equipment for Hollins Athletics.
Hollins will conduct its 176th Commencement Exercises beginning at 10 a.m. on the historic Front Quadrangle. The ceremony will also be live-streamed.
After graduation this spring, Cierra Earl ’18 will be spending two years living and working as a Peace Corps volunteer in South Africa. She’ll be helping children learn English and improve their reading literacy.
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.
Roshaye Graham ’18 will pursue her medical degree at the American University of Antigua College of Medicine and plans to become an OB-GYN.
Katlin Gott ’18 has been accepted at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. She spent Spring Term of her junior year in Peru with the School for Field Studies Center for Amazon Studies.
Paris Williams ’18 will be performing a residency with the acclaimed arts/dance collective No)one. Art House in Los Angeles next year before heading to the U.K. to complete her M.F.A. in choreography.
Hollins celebrates creativity and artistry in movement at the 2018 Spring Dance Works, May 4 and 5.
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.