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Meredith College is working to address the racism that is affecting BIPOC students, faculty, staff, and alumnae who are valued and respected members of our community. This effort is multi-faceted, action oriented, and root focused.
Psychology major Rachel Scott Dunn, ’21, has used both her personal experiences and her strengths to find her ideal career path at Meredith. After graduation, she plans to earn her masters and pursue her dream job of helping children with autism in a one-on-one setting.
In the Spring 2021 issue of Meredith Magazine, the College announced that an enhanced digital publication would be available to readers beginning in summer 2021. While the magazine has previously been available online, this revamped version offers a more immersive experience, with interactive multimedia content and more videos in an eminently shareable format.
Three recent graduates of Meredith, Briana Petrusa, ’21, Bailey Birtchet, ’21, and Delaney Rhodes, ’20, have been awarded Fulbright scholarships. The Fulbright Program funds scholarships for students to study, conduct research, or teach English abroad.
Meredith College has signed an articulation agreement that will allow students studying psychology or sociology at a North Carolina community college to seamlessly transfer and complete a bachelor’s degree in one of these disciplines.
Meredith’s Summer Reading book for 2021 is Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing our Stories of Race, Culture and Identity, by Winona Gua and Priya Vulcht.
Meredith College welcomed the Class of 2020 back to campus for in-person Commencement exercises one year after they completed their degrees. Three ceremonies were held for the Class of 2020 on May 1-2, 2021, in the courtyard behind Johnson Hall.