Meredith College hosted a community discussion on issues facing women and girls on October 20, 2012. The event, which featured a screening of the documentary “Miss Representation,” and culminated in a town hall discussion, was a partnership with MissRepresentation.org, InterAct, the N.C. Council for Women and Connected Women of North Carolina.
Meredith College was well-represented at the event. Executive Director of Marketing Kristi Eaves-McLennan welcomed the more than 150 audience members, and shared the event’s goal of drawing attention to issues facing young women.
Meredith College Professor of Dance Alyson Colwell-Waber received the North Carolina Dance Alliance (NCDA) Annual Award during the organization’s annual event, October 20-22, 2012.
The NCDA Annual Award honors an individual who has made significant lifetime contributions to the growth and development of dance in North Carolina. Recipients of the Annual Award receive a $500 honorarium to be used toward their work, or to designate as a one-time scholarship in their name. more
Complimentary Mug and Free Beverage for Two Weeks
This fall, faculty and staff donors can receive a stainless steel mug and warm beverage from the BeeHive! Designed by students, these travel mugs are perfect for walking across campus and going to meetings. For every employee who makes a minimum gift of $2/month for one year on payroll deduction, The Meredith Fund would like to thank you with this special mug. These mugs are available for any current and new payroll deduction donors. more
Meredith College rolled out the Borrow-a-Bike program (BAB) on October 10. Two bikes have been purchased for use by faculty, staff and students. The bikes are offered for a maximum of four hours per use and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The Borrow-a-Bike (BAB) program is coordinated by Health Services, WOW! and Campus Police. more