January 28, 2005
planning to student teach in spring 2006 (early childhood, elementary,
middle or secondary levels, visual art and music) should download
application materials from www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/psych/educ/teachercert.html.
Completed applications are due back to Gayle Higgins by February
15, 2005. Students with questions regarding the teacher preparation
programs should contact Gayle Higgins, x2844, Monday-Friday, 1-5
pm, or Bev Bell (middle and secondary, visual art and music) at
x3300, or Lenore Carlisle (early childhood and elementary) at
Lawson and Ellis
for the Lawson ($5,000) and Ellis ($2,000) Fellowships for graduate
work in international politics/international relations are due
by February 16 at the politics department office, Shattuck 118.
Full details can be obtained from the politics department.
Learn to Use the
for a new way to work out? On January 29, from 12:30 to 1:30 pm,
come to Kendall and learn how to use the rowing machines (ergometers/ergs).
Participants will receive one hour of instruction and then will
have access to the rowing machines whenever the crew team is not
working out. A donation of $25 will benefit the MHC crew team
(we buy and maintain the ergs).
Come learn a great
nonimpact/full-body exercise, then stay at Kendall post-workshop
and watch the home basketball game, or a squash match, or catch
the final hour of the crew team's 24-hour rowing marathon! To
sign up, contact Jeanne Friedman at x2851 or email@example.com.
--Auditions for Individual Performance and Ensemble Study
interested in taking music lessons or participating in an ensemble
at Mount Holyoke for the first time must sign up for an audition/interview.
Auditions for music lessons, string chamber music, jazz ensembles,
and early music ensembles will take place on Friday, January 28,
from 1 to 4 pm in Pratt. Students should sign up for an audition
time on the bulletin board across from the music office.
Students who receive financial aid from the College are eligible
to apply for a grant-in-aid to help pay for music lessons. Applications
are available in the music office or online at www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/music/grantappl.htm,
and must be received in the music office by Friday, January 28,
at 4 pm. Students must apply for a grant-in-aid every semester.
There are no automatic renewals.
Early Music Program Auditions Spring 2005
The Five College
Early Music Program welcomes students, faculty, and community
members interested in auditioning to perform in one or more ensembles.
The auditions are "painless" experiences, held at all the campuses.
Performances sponsored by the program feature Baroque and Renaissance
music played on modern and period instruments and sung in historically
informed style. Auditions will held on Friday, January 28, at
Mount Holyoke in 210 Pratt Hall from 1 to 4 pm. For more information,
contact program director Robert Eisenstein at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call x2079.