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Student Projects and Awards
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Division III Profile: May Hemler's "Be My Body, Read My Books"
Hemler's project seeks to change perceptions of disabled people using large-format photography
Students and Athletic Staff Launch Hampshire Track and Trail Team as New Spring Sport
New team gives Hampshire student athletes a spring varsity sport for competition and training
Hampshire Places High In National RecycleMania Tournament
The College participated in the annual tournament designed to improve efforts to reduce or eliminate waste on campuses nationwide
HampHack Students Tackle 21st-Century Problems in 24-Hour Challenge
Hundreds of student hackers representing schools throughout the Northeast attended the second annual event
Div III Profile: Syrian Refugee Accounts Inspire Student's Emergency Response App
Goal of David Pearl’s Bystand app is to make first-aid info, emergency assistance more responsive and accessible
Hampshire Awards First Ikeda Soka Scholarship for Studies of Peace-Building, Empathy, Ethical Leadership
Natalie Strohm receives the first scholarship from the $500,000 endowment established by alum Elisabeth Carter to advance “the highest potential of human beings”
Faculty Take Learning Outside the Classroom for First-Year Students
New tutorial courses allow more faculty-student interaction and more learning in the community and throughout the Five Colleges
Division III Profile: Jennifer Maxwell Takes 'One Step Forward'
Project combines art, animation, and computer science to create a community animated film built from art made by people recovering from mental illness
$1 Million Seed Fund Offers New Grant Round for Student and Alum Entrepreneurs
Helmed by Hampshire undergrads, The Seed Fund awards funding to support innovative entrepreneurial start-ups led by current students and young alums
Dance Dept. Presents 'AGAIN: Moving Into a Movement'
Performances the weekend of April 6-8 will feature Division III works by Hampshire graduating students Narieka Masla, Rikkia Pereira, and Julia Warren
Students in Hampshire's American Sign Language Collective Plan Second Deaf Studies Conference
Last year 300 people attended the inaugural conference to explore the multifaceted experiences of Deaf lives and celebrate Deaf culture, community, and history
A Hampshire Education is More Challenging, Independent, Community-Based – National Survey Shows
Hampshire compared side by side with 150 peer institutions in annual survey of college students in US, Canada
Animated Film Takes Owen Neuburger from Div III to Pixar
Learning to make a film from conception to completion as his Hampshire capstone prepared him for animating features at the groundbreaking studio
Hampshire College Events: January-March 2017
Spring term 2017 begins with a range of campus events produced by students and faculty: plays, exhibits, concerts, lectures, and conferences
Second HampHack Hackathon Invites Students Beyond Tech, Across Disciplines
Popular Hampshire-style hackathon invites art, design, fabrication students to team with tech students in 24-hour marathon product development
Division III Profile: Jamila Umi Jackson Builds Community Through Dance
An interview with Jamila Jackson on her Hampshire studies, by Joshua Murray and John Courtmanche
National Science Foundation Awards Hampshire Major Grant for New Spectrometer for Student, Faculty Research
Students benefit from mass spectrometry training when applying for grad school, internships, jobs, and research opportunities
Student Presents Original Research of 16th Century Maya at American Chemical Society Symposium
Professor Goodman says Division III research by Hannah Huggins sheds new light on Spanish colonization of Maya in Mesoamerica
"It Was A Building That Spoke The Loudest"
Part One Of Three Selections of Speeches From the Kern Center Dedication on September 16
Drawing Strength and Inspiration from the Hampshire Community
How does a community create meaningful dialogue about difficult issues? How do we use critical inquiry to address pressing challenges?
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