Weissman Center for Leadership and the Liberal Arts encourages
Holyoke students to become engaged with the world.
Through campus lectures, debates, panel discussions and symposia,
Weissman Center examines some of the world's most complex issues
promise of racial equity to the role of the artist in times of
Founded in 1999, the Weissman Center brings to campus some of
foremost leaders in politics, art, journalism and science to demonstrate
that understanding the world can make a positive difference.
excerpts from selected Weissman Center events are linked below.
Intellectuals, and World War II: The Pontigny Encounters
at Mount Holyoke College, 1942-1944
Education, Inequality, and Black Leadership
in the Twenty-First Century