Kate Renner, ’12, M.S. in Nutrition, has a passion for teaching others about nutrition.
More than 10 years ago, Meredith alumnae Gretchen Holt Witt, ’89, and Emily Necessary Fowler, ’98, were brought together by a common goal – doing what they could to end pediatric cancer.
There’s no doubt about it – superheroes are having a moment. Especially women superheroes.
At Meredith College, the Office of Career Planning (OCP) staff are just a few of the many individuals on campus who work tirelessly to assure Meredith students are prepared for careers after graduation.
Politics is often referred to as the last “glass ceiling.” The 2016 presidential election confirmed that statement as Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton, who most experts thought was the prohibitive favorite after the conventions.
A group of inspiring Meredith College women shared their stories during “Meredith Callings: A Panel of Powerful Women.” The event was inspired by Meredith’s 2018 Summer Reading Program selection, Callings: The Purpose and Passion of Work by Dave Isay.
The new major in hospitality management is a collaboration between Meredith’s AACSB accredited business program and its ACEND accredited nutrition program.
When Mark O’Dekirk, professor of psychology at Meredith College, was a junior in college, he struggled to find meaning in his studies.
Years ago, Americans realized the best pathway to a better future was having more highly educated citizens, resulting in greater benefits to individuals and to our country’s well-being.
After working as a teaching assistant in a kindergarten class, Zipporah Whiteman, ’18, M.A. in Teaching, came to Meredith College to develop her passion for education.
For Amirah Lane, ’10, a passion for historic preservation led her to a career in urban planning in Alexandria, Va.
Katharine Vail LeHew, ’93, repurposed the teaching skills she cultivated as a child development major to build a successful career in sales as executive director of Hospitals and Health Systems at LabCorp.
Having tailored the education curriculum for her son with autism for over 20 years, Sara Kellam Barron, ’73, had the experience and passion needed to co-found Ventures ATL, a nonprofit based in Atlanta, Ga.