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Artist Jay Mead, brought to MHC by the Miller Worley Center, led students in a weeks-long process of creating masks to reflect values of sustainability.
Physics professor Kathy Aidala leads a discussion about how to get more women in science at a recent SciTech Café gathering.
Mount Holyoke College’s Professional and Graduate Education online hybrid classes bring students and teachers together wherever they are in the world.
This year’s Careers in Public Service excursion connected students with alumnae on Beacon Hill to explore ways to increase women’s roles in politics.
Grants from the Fulbright Program will support MHC winners’ graduate study and independent research, and send two to teach English in Europe and Asia.
Accept the $10 Million for Mount Holyoke final challenge May 5–7. Join the movement and multiply your impact.
“"I remember my first year coming to the Common Read panel thinking the book was great and unflawed, and leaving with my view turned completely upside down and complicated by the discussion. That is what a Mount Holyoke education is all about.” — Casey Accardi ’15
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