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Culture, Brain, and Development Program Awards Students Over $10,000 in Grants
Seven students will develop projects crossing disciplines and covering topics from prenatal storytelling to sound meditation
Div III Profile: Flannery Weiss Drafts Sex Health Education Curriculum
Weiss wrote her thesis utilizing intensive research to draft a national policy she hopes will inform generations of students
Div III Profile- Grusha Prasad on the Cognition of "They"
Using Hampshire’s ERP brain-imaging lab, Prasad measured how participants responded to the use of “they” as a singular pronoun
Div III Profile: Anita Fuentes Gutierrez On Racism, Reality TV
Fuentes’s project sheds light on Anti-Roma sentiment through linguistics and media studies in her native Spain
Neil Stillings Scholarship Fund Created for Cognitive Science Students
Fund honors Professor of Psychology Stillings, who began teaching at Hampshire in 1971 and helped shape the field of Cognitive Science
Artificial General Intelligence: Why Aren’t We There Yet?
From Non Satis Scire, The Hampshire College Alumni Magazine, Summer 2017
HampHack Students Tackle 21st-Century Problems in 24-Hour Challenge
Hundreds of student hackers representing schools throughout the Northeast attended the second annual event
Dean Couperus Creating National Model for Teaching Brain Imaging
The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant to Jane Couperus and two peers to develop undergraduate brain-imaging technology curriculum
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
Spector Receives NSF Grant To Propel Computer Programs Modeling Biological Evolution
Computer Science Professor receives National Science Foundation grant to develop new technology and involve students in research, development, and publishing
Pamela Stone's Research Finds Oppression and Inequality in Medicine May Affect Childbirth Outcomes
Research examines the global medical establishment's false perceptions of the weakness of the female body and the greatest health risks to women during childbirth
New Faculty Q&A with Daniel Altshuler
Professor Altshuler talks linguistics, twins, and his dream class.
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