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Aysia Brenner ’21 Sets Her Sights on Becoming a History Professor After Teaching Next Year in France

Aysia Brenner ’21 Sets Her Sights on Becoming a History Professor After Teaching Next Year in France

Beginning in October, Brenner will spend seven months with the Teaching Assistant Program in France, which is managed by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States. She’ll teach at the primary school level in a school or schools near Paris.

With a Passion for Academia and Social Justice Advocacy, Emily Lauletta ’22 “Invigorates the Feminist Community Through Her Research”

With a Passion for Academia and Social Justice Advocacy, Emily Lauletta ’22 “Invigorates the Feminist Community Through Her Research”

The gender and women’s studies major and social justice minor was recently invited to present two of her research projects at the virtual conference of the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association.

Wyndham Robertson Library Announces 2021 Undergraduate Research Awards

Wyndham Robertson Library Announces 2021 Undergraduate Research Awards

The awards were established in 2011 to honor research projects that showcase extensive and creative use of the library’s resources; the ability to synthesize those resources in completing each project; and growth in the student’s research skills.

With Microbiome Study, Geneva Waynick ’21 Prepares to Launch a Career in Biological Research

With Microbiome Study, Geneva Waynick ’21 Prepares to Launch a Career in Biological Research

During her sophomore year, Waynick began research on the human oral microbiome, which plays a key role in supporting the body’s health and well-being. She completed the project as her senior thesis and plans to pursue research opportunities after graduation.

Hollins Sociologist Explores How Black Mothers Talk to Their Children About Race

Hollins Sociologist Explores How Black Mothers Talk to Their Children About Race

Assistant Professor of Sociology Jennifer Turner has specifically studied the parenting concerns and racial socialization practices of low-income Black single mothers.

SW Virginia Is A Lyme Disease Hotspot. Hollins’ “Tick Lady” And Student Researchers Are Discovering Why.

SW Virginia Is A Lyme Disease Hotspot. Hollins’ “Tick Lady” And Student Researchers Are Discovering Why.

Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Elizabeth Gleim’s passion is studying tick-borne diseases, and she has been especially excited to provide research opportunities in both the lab and the field for Hollins students.

Accessing Our Network: One of Hollins’ Greatest Strengths

Accessing Our Network: One of Hollins’ Greatest Strengths

Alex Lesniak ’20 shares how the experience she acquired and connections she made as a Hollins undergraduate led shortly after graduation to a rewarding opportunity with the American Institutes for Research.

Through Graduate Studies at American Univ., Kiki Speights ’20 seeks to “make sure communities’ voices are heard”

Through Graduate Studies at American Univ., Kiki Speights ’20 seeks to “make sure communities’ voices are heard”

The environmental sciences major/social justice minor wants “to gain more knowledge in international issues, the progression of human rights, and environmental degradation” as she prepares to work in the human rights career field.

Virtual Exhibit Considers Hollins’ History of Enslavement

Virtual Exhibit Considers Hollins’ History of Enslavement

“Unveiling the Past: Reckoning with Our History of Enslavement at Hollins” is based on archival research conducted by students in the Cultural Property, Rights, and Museums course. The class collaborated with Hollins’ Eleanor D. Wilson Museum and Wyndham Robertson Library as well as members of the university’s Working Group on Slavery and Its Legacies.

Rutherfoord Center for Experiential Learning Guarantees Access to a World of Possibilities

Rutherfoord Center for Experiential Learning Guarantees Access to a World of Possibilities

“The establishment of the Rutherfoord Center enables Hollins to build upon its strong foundation of experiential learning programs,” said Interim President Nancy Gray. “Bringing these programs together in a new way allows for more collaboration and interaction while at the same time expanding opportunities for students.”

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