Martha Pskowski

A Fulbright Top Producer

Hampshire is a top-producing institution for the 2014-2015 Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The College had four Fulbright winners: Asher Dvir-Djerassi, English teaching assistant grant, Bulgaria; Martha Pskowski (pictured above), study/research grant, Mexico; Hanna Shannon, English teaching assistant grant, South Korea; and Krista Mangiardi, English teaching assistant grant, Thailand.



The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching awarded Hampshire its 2015 Community Engagement classification.

Hampshire has launched its new Leadership and Ethical Engagement Project, with a focus on contributing to the common good.

Pres. Jonathan Lash’s latest on Huffington Post: “Students do not just acquire knowledge; they also use it for a social purpose.”

Students enrolled in a fall course that functioned as an interdisciplinary studio designed and developed a free digital game.

Second-year student Chemi Chemi's interest in public policy and women's rights has roots in her own life experiences.

What's it like to work on the Hampshire Fund phonathan? See what student manager Rachel Rhodes 13F says.

Save the Date:

June 5-7, 2015, a weekend celebrating Hampshire’s 45th anniversary

Meeting summaries from Hampshire Board of Trustees Chair Gaye Hill »


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