Meredith’s Master of Arts in Teaching celebrates a decade of educating teachers who change lives.
Alumnae worked as human computers during Space Race.
A history of the Margaret Bright Doll Collection.
Alumna helps transform lives of children of wounded, injured, ill, and fallen military heroes.
Students in Meredith’s MEALS lab leave with more than resume-building experiences.
President Jo Allen has established an annual tradition of hosting a Thanksgiving meal for students at Massey House, the president’s residence. This year’s event took place on Wednesday, November 27.
All Creatures Great and Small, the current exhibition at Meredith’s Weems Gallery, features five artists who are dedicated to animals and activism. Their approaches, which include fine art, journalism, video installation, and commercial work, differ but each explores the lives, traumas, triumphs, and the individuality and importance of some of the many nonhumans with whom people share the planet.
When Governor Roy Cooper signed Senate Bill 199, a bill to modernize sexual assault laws in North Carolina, Meredith College student Sarah Powell, ’22, was in attendance. Her participation in the bill signing event illustrated the part she and other Meredith College students played in getting the law changed.
In her Faculty Distinguished Lecture, Meredith Professor of Fashion Design & Merchandising Diane Ellis focused on the positive innovations and the troubling environmental issues in the fashion industry.
Meredith College held its annual Veterans Day observance, Honoring Women Veterans, on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019, in Jones Chapel.
From the moment Pinaky Patel, ’19, returned to the United States at the age of 17, she had a dream of earning a degree in computer science. Almost 20 years later, that dream is a reality.
For high school teacher Amy King, ’99, being named the Gilder Lehrman North Carolina History Teacher of the Year, as well as being a national finalist for the award, has been a humbling honor.
A desire to be her own boss and a love for all things curated and collected: that’s what drove Rachael Pusateri Riddle, ’11, to become a business owner.
Ashleigh Bryant Phillips, ’12, has always been a writer, even before she would call herself one. She started writing as a child, collecting her feelings and important happenings in her diary.