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Division III Profile: Five Students Develop Tech Venture for Assessing Livestock Health
Josh Minot and a team of fellow students combined their skills across disciplines to develop an innovative plan and product for helping farmers
Division III Profile: Support Structures for First-Generation College Students
For her Division III thesis, Vivianna Alvarez studied college access and retention for first-generation students, and conducted research and interviews at 10 private liberal arts colleges
New Class of Students Urged to Own Their Education, at Orientation Shaped by Students
Hampshire's alternative approach to Orientation recognized by global media outlet The Guardian
Students in Summer Farm Program Learn Solar Design for Agriculture
Hampshire College Farm hosts NSF grant-funded summer program for second year
Division III Profile: Joslyn Studies the Philosophy of Abolitionist Frederick Douglass
Daniel Joslyn's Division III thesis studying Douglass's writings on philosophy and religion helped him earn a prestigious graduate fellowship at NYU
Division III Profile: Nicole DelRosso on DNA Computing
DelRosso presented her thesis research on DNA computing in the spring at the 13th Annual Foundations of Nanoscience Conference in Utah
Students Win Top Design Prize at National Conference
As the only undergraduate team competing, six Hampshire students won the top prize in the American Ecological Engineering Society’s student design challenge
Students in New Social Enterprise Course Learn to Develop Tech Serving Small Farms Worldwide
Students strive to create affordable agricultural products for developing countries and locally, in western Massachusetts
Division III Profile: Emma Pici-D'Ottavio On Art Therapy
Pici-D'Ottavio combined psychology and art for an innovative project that could have implications for the treatment of depression
Collections, Connections, and (at least) One Collision: NSS Summer 2016
Non Satis Scire, Hampshire's Alumni Magazine, Summer 2016
Hampshire College Commencement 2016 Celebrates Student Achievements
Hampshire College Commencement 2016 was held on May 14
Students, Professors Present Research at National Ecological Conference
The R.W. Kern Center's green 'living building' systems are the focus of a yearlong Integrated Sciences program
Sports Recap: Three Hampshire Teams Compete in League Playoffs
Soccer, basketball, and cross country teams competed in the playoffs this year in conference league play, while some Hampshire students played for Five Colleges teams
End-Of-Year Events Feature Div III Concerts, Exhibits, More
Events include the release of this year’s edition of the literary and visual arts journal The Reader
Division III Art Exhibitions Now on Display in Library Gallery
Exhibitions will be rotating in and out of gallery until April 30
Coburn's Division III Inspires Public Schools To Act for Conservation and the Environment
Lydia Coburn’s work on her Division III was supported by an Earl Ubell Memorial Science Information Award from Hampshire
Hampshire to Host College Outdoor Festival April 16
All-day event features guided hikes, workshops, and a talk by noted hiker Anish Anderson
Hampshire to Host New England Latino Student Leadership Conference
The conference, “Solidarity Through the Decolonization of Ourselves,” to feature presenters and speakers from across US
Div III Profile: Humphrey-Blanco Studies Genocide in Modern Guatemalan Art
Humphrey-Blanco's Division III sheds light on the artists of the Guatemalan Civil War, who transformed violence into art
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
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