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Strong Story | Macy Allen

Macy Allen, ’17, has used her love of art and traveling to build the foundation for her Meredith College experience.

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Lacrosse Graduation Ceremony

Meredith’s Avenging Angels Lacrosse team is playing in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Tournament on May 13. Since the seniors on the team would miss their commencement ceremony, Meredith honored these students with their own min-commencement on May 11, 2017, in Johnson Hall rotunda. President Jo Allen, ’80, Vice President for College Programs Jean Jackson, ’75, and Chaplain Donna Battle spoke at the event, which incorporated Meredith’s long-standing traditions from commencement weekend including Class Day and the Baccalaureate Worship Service in an effort to give seniors Alyssa Codispoti, Jennifer Halvorson, Molly Miller, and Katherine Sills a truly special Meredith graduation experience.

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2017 Commencement Timelapse

Meredith College held commencement exercises for the Class of 2017 on Saturday, May 13, 2017, in Dorton Arena. Approximately 470 degrees were conferred during the ceremony. Relive this momentous evening in less than a minute in this timelapse video.

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Class of 2017 Commencement

Meredith College held its 2017 commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 13, 2017, at 7 p.m. in Dorton Arena. The commencement address was given by Becky Jacobs, chief engagement officer at Simple Change Wellness. Approximately 470 degrees were conferred during the ceremony.

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Focus on Faculty Development | Alyson Colwell-Waber

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.

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Diversity Makes Us Stronger: BSU at Meredith

The Black Student Union (BSU) at Meredith College is an integral part of the campus community. As a growing campus organization, it is made up of students from all races and backgrounds with many different passions and strengths. The video was written, produced, and directed by Meredith students Cailyn Clymore, ’18, Brandi Doubt, ’17, and Jasmine Williams, ’17, in partnership with BSU.

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Strong Story | Sierra Smith

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.

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Strong Story | Sierra Smith (Porter Byrum Version)

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.

Aricka Hawkin

Aricka Hawkin

The Meredith College Master of Arts in teaching program serves people who have bachelor’s degrees in disciplines other than education, who are committed to becoming teachers, and who are seeking initial N.C. teaching licensure in elementary education for K-6 or special education (general curriculum) for K-12. The goal of the program is to prepare highly qualified beginning teachers who have the skills to teach all students, can collaborate with professionals and families, are well-versed in the content areas, and understand their roles in local, national and global contexts.

International Service at Meredith College

International Service

See how Meredith students are going strong through international service.

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