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Internationally known conflict photographer Peter Muller will teach a course on culture, war and violence using photography as a tool of inquiry.
In The Washington Post, Mount Holyoke professor of international relations and politics explained the cycle of crisis and deregulation.
Girls in Tech, a day-long conference, was created by two Mount Holyoke students to introduce high school girls to the possibility of careers in technology.
Six student-athletes spend part of the summer with the Coach for College program to teach sports and academics to middle-schoolers in Vietnam.
On WGBY’s Connecting Point, Mount Holyoke faculty member Christopher Mitchell talks about what President Trump’s tariffs mean to the region.
Interdisciplinary classrooms fuel a passion for learning in faculty and students alike.
Julia organized an international affairs organization and faculty panel to address global politics at Mount Holyoke College.
Mount Holyoke students spent two intensive days in the nation’s capital exploring careers in public service.
Showing how global education is an essential part of the liberal arts, 35 seniors receive an award for the breadth of their international experiences.
Mount Holyoke students visit Washington, D.C., and find inspiration from alumnae to explore careers in public service.
Kavita Datla, an expert in modern South Asian history and an exceptional scholar, teacher, colleague and mentor, has died.
Andrew Reiter, a Mount Holyoke College expert on Latin American politics, was featured in several forums speaking about the Colombian Peace Agreement.
Andrew Reiter analyzes the upcoming election in Brazil, with one politician barred from the ballot and another campaigning on the promise of military rule.
Three seniors win big at an international competition for business ethics, the College’s second year at the event — and its second big win.
The Makerspace prepares future leaders by combining technology and the liberal arts to teach and engage students studying every academic discipline.
A Mount Holyoke faculty member explains in Fortune why the idea of creating a space-force wing of the military shouldn’t fly.
Senior Symposium at Mount Holyoke celebrates academic achievement across campus and across disciplines.
Mount Holyoke College received a prestigious Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant to diversify faculty and promote collaboration among departments.
The 2017 Hortense Parker Celebration featured speeches by UMass Amherst’s Whitney Battle-Baptiste and Kymberly Newberry FP’15.
On her Mount Holyoke journey, Franny Eremeeva ’20 finds the freedom and growth that comes from rejecting impossible standards.
Juniors Javeria Kella and Davan O’Donnell are the first students to participate in Mount Holyoke’s first international joint-degree program.
Mount Holyoke students can now study and work in the nation’s capital — advancing the College’s legacy of shaping leaders in politics, policy and advocacy.
“I’m very excited about being able to forge direct connections with the students I teach, and to teach bright students in a small-class environment.”
Mount Holyoke College junior Sajia Darwish is building literacy for girls by creating a library in her former high school in Afghanistan.
IR student liaison Julia Kellerbauer ’18 adds a touch of home at work.
A team of three students swept their division in an international business ethics competition, the College’s first appearance at the annual event.
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