Holland Fellows

12 business students to participate in Holland Fellows exchange

2024 Holland Fellows Cohort Announced
Nov 21, 2023

Twelve Appalachian State University business students have been named 2024 Holland Fellows; they will participate in an international business exchang...

Participants in the 2023 William R. Holland International Impact Exchange Program

App State students connected to Vietnam, Cambodia through Holland Fellows Program and more
Aug 16, 2023

Most Americans, whether we know it or not, have a connection to Vietnam and Cambodia. Many of us enjoy foods like Pho noodles or Bahn mi sandwiches. S...

2023 Holland Fellows Cohort Announced

2023 Holland Fellows Cohort Announced
Feb 9, 2023

The Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University has introduced the 2023 cohort of the Holland Fellows Impact Exchange.Ten App Stat...

2022 Holland Fellows Cohort Announced

2022 Holland Fellows Cohort Announced
Feb 24, 2022

The Walker College of Business is proud to introduce the 2022 Holland Fellows Cohort. Given the impact of the global pandemic and anticipated tra...

2021 Holland Fellows Cohort Announced
Dec 7, 2020

The Walker College of Business is proud to introduce the 2021 Holland Fellows Cohort. This outstanding group of students has a demonstrated commitment...

Carlie Smith

Holland Fellow makes the most of an international experience without travel
Jun 1, 2020

When Honors senior, Carlie Smith, was awarded the 2020 William R. Holland International Business Fellowship, she thought she would be traveling t...

Alumni transition business from outdoor gear production to face mask production amid pandemic shortages
Apr 5, 2020

In recent weeks, America's healthcare system has seen a mass shortage of PPE, personal protective equipment, and some citizens are assisting with figh...

Chase Warrington '08 and his wife, Allison, and their 50-pound husky Koda in Valencia, Spain, where they live and work remotely

Walker College alumnus offers tips for employees working from home
Mar 26, 2020

Working remotely is top-of-mind for many Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic. As Appalachian State University asked students to learn remotely and ...

D. Jason Miller, associate professor in the Department of Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment, facilitates a design thinking workshop with the Holland Fellows encouraging them to think outside the box while developing business plans and solutions to eliminate plastic waste. Photo by Chase Reynoldss

Collaborative design thinking workshop focuses on eliminating plastic waste
Mar 28, 2019

Education at Appalachian State University means preparing students to live as engaged global citizens working to create a sustainable future for all. ...