Throughout this academic year, Liza Davis ’19, a double-major in communication studies and French, is living in Paris and interning with Imerys Carbonates, an international company that mines, transforms, and creates functional minerals for a variety of applications. She’s managing and creating content for Imerys’s “History Rocks in Paris” social media campaign.
Myra Sims is Hollins’ new director of athletics. She will officially assume full-time oversight of the athletic department’s day-to-day operations in mid-May.
Jennifer Barton Boysko ’89, who represents the 86th District in the Virginia House of Delegates, will be the guest speaker for Hollins University’s 176th Commencement Exercises on May 20.
Hollins is joining the global movement to end world hunger by 2030 in part by funding and packing 30,000 meals over a two-day period.
Madeline Clevenstine ’20 will be spending the first full week in June helping foster deeper insight into the theory and practice of feminism.
Proclaiming that the “search for authentic purpose is ultimately what a Hollins education is all about and why I wanted to be a part of this mission,” Pareena G. Lawrence was officially installed as Hollins University’s 12th president on February 24.
Todd Ristau, founder and director of the M.F.A. program in playwriting at Hollins, has received the Kennedy Center Gold Medallion, one of the most prestigious honors in theatre education.
Hollins was honored with 2017 Tree Campus USA® recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management.
Sally Mann ’74, M.A. ’75 is one of America’s most celebrated photographers, and the National Gallery of Art is presenting the first major international exhibition of her photographs of the South.
Studio art majors Meera Chauhan ’19 and Ashley-Kate Meador ’18 are among ten emerging regional artists featured in the Sixth Annual New Voice Exhibit at the Floyd Center for the Arts.