“Communication, Organization, and a Little Bit of Luck and Magic”: Emma Thomas ’22 Successfully Balances Full-Time Work with Full-Time College
For the past three years, Emma Thomas ’22, an English major and communication studies minor, carried a full course load at Hollins while working as a supervisor at UPS in Roanoke.
For Faith Clarkson ’22, the Path to Becoming a Historian Runs through Hollins
As she wrapped up her high school career, Faith Clarkson ’22 wasn’t sure what she wanted to study in college. But, after visiting Hollins University’s website, she was convinced she had found the perfect school to guide her.
Through Design Thinking, Zahin Mahbuba ’22 Seeks to Transform the World – One Person at a Time
During the 2021-22 academic year, Zahin Mahbuba ’22, an international studies major and economics minor from Bangladesh, participated in the University Innovation Fellows program sponsored by Stanford University’s Hass Plattner Institute of Design.
With a Passion for Working in Reproductive Health, Alea Rodriguez ’23 Earns Both Internship and Research Experience
Alea Rodriguez ’23 is a self-described “go-getter,” and that quality is a major reason why the biology major and chemistry minor is on her way to achieving her goal of a career in women’s health and the treatment of infertility.
Hollins Students Present Research on Cross-Race Effect to the Southeastern Psychological Association
Hana Olof ’22 and Soha Munir ’23 joined Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Alex Wooten in representing Hollins at the 68th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA), held March 23 – 26 at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
Hollins Chemistry Students, Faculty Featured at ACS National Meeting
Three Hollins University students and their professor were among the presenters at this spring’s national meeting of the American Chemical Society. Megan Brown ’23, Tram Nguyen ’24, Nupur Sehgal ’23, and Assistant Professor of Chemistry Son Nguyen attended the event, which was held March 19-22 in San Diego.
Hollins Student Delegation Typifies “Collaboration, Cooperation, and Celebration” at NUMAL Conference
A 14-student delegation represented Hollins at the three-day National University Model Arab League (NUMAL) Conference in Washington, D.C., including the winner of the event’s highest award.
“Every Day Was a Different Kind of Adventure”: Environmental Science Major Studies Wolves in Minnesota
Through Osprey Wilds, a learning center in east central Minnesota, Virginia Lucey ’24 spent two weeks studying wolves at the Wildlife Science Center and International Wolf Center, and also actively tracked wild wolves in forests, on the ice, and during radio telemetry flights.
Omicron Delta Kappa Welcomes Hollins Students
Ten Hollins University students are among the 342 new initiates from 11 universities welcomed into Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society, for 2022.
Hollins Faculty Lead Teach-In to Enhance Understanding of War in Ukraine
Visiting Assistant Professor of Modern European History Julia Riegel, Visiting Assistant Professor of Gender & Women’s Studies Sandra Russell, and Visiting Assistant Professor in Global Politics and Societies Ashleigh Breske offered context and background on the war in Ukraine and explored the ideas of national and cultural identity that have persisted across centuries in that country as part of a teach-in on March 7.
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