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Hampshire’s Christoph Cox to Lead Talk on “The Politics of Listening” at Upcoming Power of Protest Exhibition
Christoph Cox, vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty, and professor of philosophy, will lead a discussion on the politics of listening in conjunction with the exhibition "The Power of Protest" at The Media Majlis in Doha, Qatar.
Hampshire Professor Christina Cianfrani on the Value of Innovation and Collaboration in a Living Laboratory
We sat down (virtually) with the Director of the Teaching and Learning Initiative and Professor of Hydrology Christina Cianfrani to learn a little about what she finds so compelling about the Hampshire experience.
Five Hampshire Faculty Members Named First Cohort of Ethics and the Common Good Faculty Fellows
Ethics and the Common Good Project, in partnership with the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, announced the first cohort of Ethics and the Common Good faculty fellows.
Recent Hampshire Alums Published in Internationally Recognized Science Journals
Their multidisciplinary research combines chemistry, analytical chemistry, environmental science, physical anthropology, and archaeological science.
Hampshire College’s Michael Klare Discusses Geopolitics in a Post Fossil-fuel World with ABC Radio National
Klare is currently a visiting fellow at the Arms Control Association in Washington, D.C. and advises other organizations in the field.
Hampshire Mathematics Professor Sarah Hews Published in PLOS ONE on Behavioral Thermoregulation
The article was in collaboration with Renae Brodie, a professor of biological sciences at Mount Holyoke College, and part of Hews’ larger work on energy budget modeling.
Professor Alan Goodman featured in Discover Magazine and Two Podcasts Focused on Race and Structural Racism
Goodman published on the topic of race and biology in Discover in June 2020. His article “Race Is Real, But It’s Not Genetic” examines science’s often dangerous conflation of outcomes and genetics.
Christoph Cox Named Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty
Dr. Cox will serve as chief academic officer, responsible for Hampshire’s academic mission, budget, and governance for academic affairs
Five College Dance Faculty Concert Explores Distance and Intimacy Amidst Upheaval
Five faculty and guest artists from each campus to perform works that investigate human distance and intimacy
Hampshire to Offer 12th Annual ‘Super 8 Filmmaking in Paris’ Course This Summer
Course is deeply connected to our Hampshire philosophy and inquiry-based learning
Sonic Boom: A New Album with a Hampshire Twist
Based in Los Angeles, Meara O’Reillly is a composer, artist, and instrument designer, playing music that’s largely of her own creation
Roosbelinda Cárdenas Among AAUW Fellowships and Grants Recipients
In support of her research in Latin American Studies/Black Studies
Cuban Scholar Reflects on Mutual Benefit of Exchange Program
Tito Mitjans Alayón spent the fall semester at Hampshire, explaining his research and building bridges
Artist Residency Celebrates Freedom and Creativity in Music
Honoring Yusef Lateef’s Legacy and the Art of Improvisation
Kimberly Chang's New Book Earns National Acclaim
In Accomplice to Memory she explores the boundaries of fiction and memoir
Students Design Escape Room Show To Puzzle Audiences
This superhero-themed immersive theater experience was designed by students as a project-based fall course
Non Satis Scire, Hampshire's Alumni Magazine, Fall 2018
Bells, borders, a Bessie Award winner, and the confessions of a class notes fanatic: what's inside Non Satis Scire, Fall 2018
Professor Roosbelinda Cárdenas Wins Woodrow Wilson Fellowship
Grant funds research on book project, Raising Two Fists: Struggles for Black Citizenship in Multicultural Colombia
Blair McLaughlin Saves Trees One Seed at a Time
Improving the Outlook for Threatened Species
Freedom Sounds: Celebrating Creative Voices in Jazz Today
An Artist Residency at Hampshire College, November 29–December 1, 2018
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