Student and Faculty Profiles
Watch the videos below to hear more about the Mount Holyoke experience from faculty members and students.
The Director of the Weissman Center for Leadership and the Liberal Arts and Associate Professor of English, Lois Brown tells us about the Center's focus on "the power of speech, the strength of argument, and the richness of writing."
The former Associate Dean of Faculty for Science and Professor of Life Science
discusses the seamless experience of teaching and research at Mount Holyoke.
The Mary E. Woolley Professor of Anthropology
describes why anthropology is "one of the most relevant of the social science disciplines for today's world."
Grace Bauer '08
Student scholar and athlete Grace Bauer '08 tells us about her Mount Holyoke experience—in the chemistry lab, in competitive swimming, and daily life in the residence hall.
Annie Eisenhower '09
A politics major, Annie shares her interest in art history and how it helps inform her understanding of social and political change.
Vidya Raghavan '09
Biology major Vidya Raghavan '09 talks about the passionate spirit of Mount Holyoke women and the shared motivation to make a difference in the world.