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Focus on Faculty Development | Alyson Colwell-Waber

dance   professor  

Watch Professor of Dance Alyson Colwell-Waber describe how her sabbatical led her to a new, and unexpected, phase in her performing career. Meredith College invests in its faculty through its support of sabbaticals, grants, awards, travel, and other forms of professional development.

Strong Story | Sierra Smith (Porter Byrum Version)

communication   dance  

Sierra Smith, ʼ18, is a first generation college student who has merged two majors she has a passion for, dance and communication. Working with both of her faculty advisors they showed her how the two majors could mesh into one career. Various jobs and internships have also confirmed that a career as a performing arts administrator is what she will pursue after graduation.

Colwell-Waber Presents at ArtR4Life Conference

dance   faculty  

Faculty Strong Story Carol Finley

dance   faculty   strong story  

Find out how Carol Finley helps Meredith students prepare for successful careers in dance.

Gift to Name Dance Studio

beyond strong campaign   dance  

The Oscar A. Keller, Jr. family has given a six figure gift to support renovations to the Fitness Center in the Weatherspoon Complex.

Meredith Dance Faculty Concert Held

dance   faculty   faculty development  

Meredith Dance in Concert November 17-19

arts   campus events   dance  

Meredith Dance Theatre (MDT) and the Meredith Jazz and Tap Company (MJTCo) will be in concert November 17-19, 2017. The groups will present work by faculty Carol Finley and Eleanor Smith, guest artist Talani Torres, and mainstage student artists.

NC Dance Festival to Open 24th Season at Meredith College

arts   campus events   dance  

Nicole Lawson

commencement 2016   dance   going strong   honors   spanish   study abroad  

Spanish and dance studies major Nicole Lawson found a way to combine her love of dance and language.

Reality TV Star Whitney Way Thore Speaks at Meredith

campus events   dance   lectures   psychology   public health