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Mount Holyoke professors have won Pulitzer and Guggenheim awards, NASA grants, and Carnegie Fellowships.
They receive millions in funding from the National Science Foundation, leading to unique research opportunities for students. Each year they publish approximately 30 books, write more than 150 articles and scientific papers, many with undergraduate coauthors, and receive many major grants, the majority for work with students. Ninety-six percent have a doctorate or other terminal degree.
They’re intense, passionate, innovative, determined, and demanding. And they will help you not only face change, but embrace it.
Mount Holyoke's 200 faculty members are innovative teachers dedicated to their students, and also active scholars, research scientists, and creative artists passionate about their disciplines.
The Dean of Faculty maintains the academic life of the college through the hiring, reviewing, and reappointing of the faculty. The Dean also oversees the main academic departments as well as Library and Information & Technology Services.
At Mount Holyoke, faculty members collaborate across disciplines and knowledge domains to create innovative academic experiences for students.
This program invests in the development of our faculty, in their many roles as teachers, scholars, artists, and scientists.
This office supports faculty in identifying, applying for, and managing funding for research activities.
This body sets forth policies and procedures governing the collection and analysis of data relating to the study of human subjects.
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