Here, Sophia found steadfast support as a woman within a STEM field as well as the freedom to embrace her multiple passions.
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Mount Holyoke College’s Common Read for fall of 2022 is “Braiding Sweetgrass.” “Braiding Sweetgrass” centers Indigenous knowledge as an alternative or complementary approach to mainstream scientific methodologies.
Mount Holyoke assistant professor Christopher Mitchell talked to Forbes about the desire to replace the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency.
“I definitely feel the warmth of the Mount Holyoke community while I am on campus, but I found it to be a [real] source of strength during my time abroad.”
Internships helped Sinead O’Sullivan learn the ways in which both government policies and funding levels limit the accessibility and quality of care.