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New Faculty Q&A with Daniel Altshuler
Professor Altshuler talks linguistics, twins, and his dream class.
From car radios to hotspots: Students in Media In Cars amassing public archive
Professor Miller’s seminar is supported by a Five College Blended Learning grant funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
First-Year Students Dorm by Shared Interest in Living and Learning Communities
Students from last year's Culture, Brain and Development Community say the arrangement sparked organic conversations, friendships, and project collaborations
Student's Venture Matches Hosts and Travelers Worldwide to Promote Peace
El Baggari is leading a team of half a dozen technology entrepreneurs in developing her online platform, branded Voyaj
Dean of Enrollment Writes for Education Week on Failures of Standardized Testing
Hampshire's Dean of Enrollment and Retention Meredith Twombly writes for Education Week on why standardized test scores do not predict student success.
Hampshire President Jonathan Lash Writes for Huffington Post on 'Carbon and Values'
Lash writes for the Huffington Post on why students must be the leaders in solving our energy crisis, and how we have the power to make change where we live and work.
Hampshire Students Launch Hands-on Lessons in Building Systems
A living laboratory springs to life six months before the R.W. Kern Center's opening.
Results of Removing Standardized Test Scores from College Admissions
One year after Hampshire's decision to stop accepting SAT/ACT scores in admissions, we are seeing remarkable results.
Chief Diversity Officer to Serve as the Chair of the Board for Lighthouse Holyoke
"Lighthouse, offering individual education for teens, is something much needed in our community. For too long we've underserved too many of our students."
Hampshire College's Enduring Experiment With Education
Jonathan Lash is interviewed on Northeast Public Radio about Hampshire's continuing role as a leader in transforming higher education through its academic model.
Hampshire College, Hitchcock Center Sign Ground Lease
The new building will be the second "living building" on campus, joining the R. W. Kern Center in seeking certification through the Living Building Challenge.
Hampshire to Offer Summer Social Justice Institute
Hampshire College is offering a new social justice institute as part of its summer 2015 programs.
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