The Career Mentoring Workshop for Women (CaMeW2018)
The Career Mentoring Workshop (CaMeW) is a 3-day workshop for women entering their final year of doctoral work in the mathematical sciences.
MHC Summer in Boston: Networking Reception
This is a great way to connect with other Mount Holyoke students in the area as well as alumnae from the Mount Holyoke Club of Boston. Hearty refreshments will be served and guest speaker, Linda Whitlock '69, will talk about the importance of women on corporate boards. There will be plenty of time for alumnae and student participants to engage with each other.
Questioning Assumptions: The Hidden Curriculum
What do we assume students already know? What unintentional messages are we sending students? Join this Talking about Teaching luncheon workshop to participate in the conversation.
Writing Assignment Idea Share
In this Talking about Teaching luncheon workshop session, faculty are invited to come together and share ideas about writing assignments that have worked well for them, troubleshoot less-successful assignments, and work together to develop new ideas.
Artist Joan Jonas ’58 to Speak
Visual arts pioneer Joan Jonas '58 will present a public lecture on Thursday, October 18, at 5:30 pm in Gamble Auditorium.
by Susan Glaspell, directed by Brianna Sloane
An early feminist drama from 1916, the play explores the divide between men and women and poses the questions "What is justice?" and "Who gets to judge?"
Teaching Race Across the Color Barrier with Keith Hamilton Cobb & Kim Weild
The House of Bernarda Alba
by Federico Garcia Lorca, adapted by Emily Mann, directed by Miranda Wheeler '19
After her husband's death, iron-fisted Bernarda imposes an eight-year mourning period on her daughters, trapping them in a claustrophobic house teeming with jealousy and repressed desire under the burning Spanish sun.
Resources and Strategies for Community-Engaged Learning and Research