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National Science Foundation Awards Hampshire Major Grant for New Spectrometer for Student, Faculty Research
Students benefit from mass spectrometry training when applying for grad school, internships, jobs, and research opportunities
"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."
Hampshire Opens Advanced Collaborative Modeling Center
Center offers cutting-edge technology and a conceptual and physical space for students and faculty to collaborate using models—mathematical, physical, computer, and more
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
Holding Hands with Ilse
Professor Abraham Ravett was haunted by the photo of the German teenage girl who had taken care of him in Walbrzych in 1950. All he knew was her first name. Ilse
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
Three Hampshire Professors Receive Grants for Research Abroad
Professors Branner, Darling, and Wallen receive Whiting Foundation grants for research to enrich current courses and develop new ones
Professor Emeritus Coppinger on 'The Dogs Without Collars'
Ray Coppinger and his wife Lorna's new book, What Is A Dog? was recently featured in The New York Times
Professor Johnson Publishes Book on China's One-Child Policy
Kay Ann Johnson's book documents the effects of China's one-child policy on the country and its people
Chemistry Professor Expands Research on Mummies and Toxic Metal Contamination
Professor Amarasiriwardena returned to Chile through a Fulbright Specialist award in environmental science and chemistry
New Faculty Q&A with Jennifer Bajorek
Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature Jennifer Bajorek talks photography and decolonization, art and politics, and riding a motorcycle in high heels.
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