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"That's It," And He Left The Room: Lessons From a Veteran Professor
"Rather than forcing them to do a class project I designed, they choose their own. Get them to teach themselves how to learn, and there will be no problem they can't ever attack."
Burton Conducts Bee Research in China, and Learns The Language
After performing bee research in China, Sawyer Burton joined an intensive Mandarin Chinese–language program there
Five College Program Offers Certificate in Reproductive Justice
Program spans disciplines across the Five Colleges and encompasses reproductive health care, welfare policy, gender justice, and adoption
Hampshire Alums D'Aloia and Cantwell Return to Talk Business
Students learning entrepreneurship hear strategies practiced by Hampshire alums in business – tech venture founder Liz D'Aloia and craft beer brewer Dick Cantwell
Tutorials Initiate Students To Take Initiative Over Their Learning
All incoming students chose a tutorial course this fall from some 30 offerings across disciplines – we spoke with three tutorial professors
Hampshire College Events: October and November 2016
Events include a week dedicated to study, reflection, and discussion about our work on campus and in society to undo racism and support communities of color
In Its 12th Year, Sandol Stoddard Fund Supports Gifted Undergraduate Writers
Fund offers a stipend for Hampshire writers to focus on summer projects
Social-Justice Interns Work on the Front Lines of Immigration, Poverty, Health, Reproductive Rights, Global Warming
Some 50 students report back on their summer internships served around the country and the world
Hampshire Dance Program Announces Annual Fall Performance 'Design and Chance'
Presented by the Hampshire Dance Program with students from Amherst Regional High School, as part of Hampshire College’s Family and Friends Weekend
Tradition of Environmental Justice Courses Continues This Fall
Class topics include global overpopulation, agriculture, and international relations, connected to themes of justice and equity
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
Students in Summer Farm Program Learn Solar Design for Agriculture
Hampshire College Farm hosts NSF grant-funded summer program for second year
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