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Three Hampshire Professors Receive Grants for Research Abroad
Professors Branner, Darling, and Wallen receive Whiting Foundation grants for research to enrich current courses and develop new ones
Professor Girmay's New Book Is A National Poetry Month Pick by Oprah.com, NBC News
Girmay's new collection The Black Maria draws praise and recommendations by national media
Professor Emeritus Coppinger on 'The Dogs Without Collars'
Ray Coppinger and his wife Lorna's new book, What Is A Dog? was recently featured in The New York Times
Professor Ellis Recognized for Blending Social Media in Humanities
Ellis used a Mellon Foundation grant to enable students to practice blended learning of digital tools like Pinterest in her contemporary women's fiction class
Professor Johnson Publishes Book on China's One-Child Policy
Kay Ann Johnson's book documents the effects of China's one-child policy on the country and its people
Chemistry Professor Expands Research on Mummies and Toxic Metal Contamination
Professor Amarasiriwardena returned to Chile through a Fulbright Specialist award in environmental science and chemistry
Students in Game Course Seek to Publish New Game in Four Months
Interdisciplinary Game Studio class is hard at work developing a new adventure mobile game
Hampshire Ranks Among Top U.S. Colleges for Alums Earning Doctorates
The federal Survey of Earned Doctorates places Hampshire in the top 1.4% of colleges nationwide by the percentage of alums who earn the most advanced degree in their field
Hampshire College Events March - April 2016
Upcoming events include national conferences, international guest speakers, theatre, exhibits, readings, career panels, and an outdoor festival
Alumni Panel Event To Focus On Immigration, Anti-Immigrant Policy
Professor Valentín-Escobar, event organizer, says the panel will take a hard look at the evolving dynamics and realities of anti-immigrant policy
Matthews Retirement Exhibit Reflects on Her Time at Hampshire
Sandra Matthews's retirement exhibit will be presented in the Leo Model Gallery from March 22 to April 15 with an opening reception on March 24
New Faculty Q&A with Jennifer Bajorek
Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature Jennifer Bajorek talks photography and decolonization, art and politics, and riding a motorcycle in high heels.
Professors Tinson and Koehler Receive 2016 Gruber Awards for Excellence
The Gruber Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Advising, established by alum David Gruber to showcase faculty excellence, have been awarded to Professors Chris Tinson and Karen Koehler
New Faculty Q&A with Daniel Altshuler
Professor Altshuler talks linguistics, twins, and his dream class.
From car radios to hotspots: Students in Media In Cars amassing public archive
Professor Miller’s seminar is supported by a Five College Blended Learning grant funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Hampshire College Events: February and March 2016
Hampshire students are producing a range of events this term, from performances to conferences to exhibits and more
'Art Questions' Course Provides Sweeping, Immersive Arts Experience
Professor Koehler's course was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) “Enduring Questions” grant, awarded to only 11 percent of applicants nationwide and funding only about 20 projects annually
America's tap dance historian donates life's work to Library of Congress and public
Library of Congress Performing Arts Encyclopedia releases definitive history of American tap dance by Constance Valis Hill, Five College Professor of Dance at Hampshire College
Roddenberry Foundation Funds Sustainability Solve-A-Thon
Grant will support innovative approaches to climate change and sustainability at Hampshire.
What Does Empathy Look Like?
Non Satis Scire 2016: Empathy Through A Personal Lens
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