(Left to right): Colin Royster from the Virginia Auto Dealers Association; Bob Mallon, NADA Foundation chairman; Nancy Oliver Gray, president of Hollins University; Bruce Farrell, president of Berglund Chevrolet; and Naxhieli Acosta, NADA Foundation director.
Just in time for the Thanksgiving season, this initiative supports the Feeding America Southwest Virginia food bank, which helps people throughout our region confronting hunger.
(From L. to R.): Hollins canoers and kayakers Devon Dovgan '16, Kayla Deur '16, Olivia Foskey '17, Emily Blankenship '18, Mae Collins '17, Jessica Michael '17, and Carmella Glazier '15 proudly pose with their medals and second-place trophy. (Photo: David Reep)
The third annual Career Connection Conference brought students and alumnae together for an array of panels, workshops, presentations, and networking opportunities.
Hollins University celebrated the class of 2014 during its 172nd Commencement Exercises on Sunday, May 25. Ellen Goldsmith-Vein ’84, owner and CEO of the talent management agency The Gotham Group and widely considered to be one of the most powerful women in Hollywood, was this year’s guest speaker.
Members of the Hollins World Music Ensemble, under the direction of Richard Rudolph, entertained guests at an open house hosted by Roanoke’s Harrison Museum of African American Culture on April 28, 2014. The museum is a cultural and educational institution committed to advocating, showcasing, preserving, and celebrating the art and history of African Americans for Roanoke Valley citizens and visitors. Its purpose is to cultivate awareness and appreciation of the significant contributions of people of African descent.
See why Short Term at Hollins is such an incredible learning opportunity with a look a four of the courses offered during the 2014 session.