Classical Association of Virginia Honors Hollins Professor as Teacher of the Year
Professor of Classical Studies Christina A. Salowey has been named the Lurlene W. Todd Teacher of the Year for 2019-20.
“Everyone Has the Right to be Heard”: Political Science Major Prepares for Law Career
This fall, Mary Offutt ’20 will begin pursuing her Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree at the Charleston School of Law in South Carolina. After law school, she intends to take the Virginia state bar examination and join a family law firm as an associate.
Model UN/Model Arab League Program Presents Honor Cords to Seven Seniors
Members of the class of 2020 earning recognition this year include Hannah Byrum, Katie Grandelli, Amber Hilbish, Hannah Jensen, Alicia Lumbley, Shenoah Manter, and Reilly Swennes.
“I Craved the Feeling that I Was Making a Difference”: A Senior Shares Her Journey Into the Entrepreneurial Mindset
“It was through the Entrepreneurial Learning Institute that I finally defined social entrepreneurship. It’s the idea that a small startup can create powerful change just by fulfilling a need in the community. I realized that anyone can be an entrepreneur.”
Eager to Perform “Meaningful Work with Impact at the State Level,” Political Science Major Pursues Master of Public Policy at UVa
As a Hollins undergraduate, Hannah Byrum ’20 interned with two government relations firms, a U.S. Senator, and a member of the Virginia House of Delegates. At the University of Virginia’s Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, she will “get to tackle the most pressing issues of the world in a variety of ways.”
Johns Hopkins Internship Propels Senior Gates Millennium Scholar to MPH Program at Brown
Epa Cabrera ’20 wants to engage in public health projects on a global scale after she completes the Master of Public Health program at the Ivy League research university.
Hollins Announces SAT, ACT will be Optional for Fall 2021 Student Applicants
In response to the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Hollins University is suspending the standardized testing requirement for students applying for admission in the fall of 2021. The one-year test optional policy means that prospective students do not have to submit SAT or ACT scores in order to be considered for enrollment in the class of 2025.
“You Don’t Have to Choose Between Cookies and Fitness”: Dance M.F.A. Student and Personal Trainer Offers Tips on Home Exercise
Courtney Collado is a professional dancer, personal trainer, and master Pilates instructor from New York City, currently living in Kansas City, Missouri. She is earning her M.F.A. through Hollins’ low-residency dance program, and is a practicing choreographer, dance teacher, and corrective movement specialist.
Hollins Student-Athletes Earn Chi Alpha Sigma Honors
Chi Alpha Sigma recognizes college student-athletes who have excelled in both the classroom and on the field of competition.
Through Presidential Associate Program, Senior Aspires to Become One of The Estée Lauder Companies’ Future Leaders
As part of the organization’s Global Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability department, Monica Osborne ’20 will spend the next 18 months engaged in customized professional rotations while receiving continuous leadership development, coaching, mentoring, and hands-on practical experience.
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