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Successfully encouraging underrepresented students to explore STEM subjects requires personal, streamlined mentoring, says MHC’s Becky Packard.
Four Mount Holyoke professors have been honored with awards for their hard work and academic success.
A team of three students swept their division in an international business ethics competition, the College’s first appearance at the annual event.
Christopher Pyle, MHC professor and civil liberties expert, calls Edward Snowden patriotic and says espionage charges against him should be dropped.
Visiting instructor of politics Adam Hilton offers his insight on the presidential election and explains the history of the electoral college.
The Democratic Party is expected to eliminate superdelegates, which would affect the 2020 election, writes Adam Hilton in the Washington Post.
“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.”
A mental exercise in opinion-writing transformed one student’s academic analysis and expertise into an op-ed and a radio commentary on the #resist movement
Mount Holyoke students spent two intensive days in the nation’s capital exploring careers in public service.
Biren, whose ground-breaking photography and filmmaking have spotlighted the LGBT community, will receive an honorary degree at Commencement.
Mount Holyoke’s new minor in entrepreneurship, organizations, and society is attracting students with a wide variety of interests and backgrounds.
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.
MHC’s Elizabeth Markovits argues that perceived over-preparedness works against female politicians in public debates with male counterparts.
Senior Symposium at Mount Holyoke celebrates academic achievement across campus and across disciplines.
Andrew Reiter, a Mount Holyoke College expert on Latin American politics, was featured in several forums speaking about the Colombian Peace Agreement.
This year’s Global Challenges Conference focuses on changing global–local inequalities and features keynote speaker Diana Wells of Ashoka.
Interdisciplinary classrooms fuel a passion for learning in faculty and students alike.
Professor Khory discusses how South Asian immigrants in Europe and the U.S. are organizing and engaging in political activism.
Reproductive politics touch everything, says Lynn Morgan, MHC anthropology professor who has studied the subject extensively in Latin America and Europe.
Mount Holyoke professors of art history, politics, international relations and Russian were honored for their outstanding teaching and scholarship.
The Teaching and Learning Initiative challenges faculty to learn and implement innovative and inclusive ideas to reach and inspire their students.
Juniors Javeria Kella and Davan O’Donnell are the first students to participate in Mount Holyoke’s first international joint-degree program.
Nancy MacLean will speak on Feb. 28 about her new book, which connects the theories of economist James McGill Buchanan with the Koch brothers.
Showing how global education is an essential part of the liberal arts, 35 seniors receive an award for the breadth of their international experiences.
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