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New Directions for Weissman Center - Q&A with Lois Brown

Meet FP Scholar Nancy Doherty "05

Levin Discusses Women and Science at MHC

MHC Students Visit Senegal

MHC Receives Rare Book Collection from Alumna

Brad Leithauser Inducted into Iceland's Order of the Falcon

Dept of Public Safety Becomes First in State to Win Accreditation

Students Become Sailors in the Caribbean During January Term

Math Achievement-Gap Expert Busts Myths About Public Education and Standardized Tests

MHC Newsmakers

MHC Milestones

Notices

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March 11, 2005

Notices

Admission Is Hiring
The Office of Admission will begin accepting applications for admission fellow and tour guide positions beginning March 21. Hiring information sessions will be held March 22 at 10 am and March 23 at 2 pm in Newhall Center. Please visit the admission home page at www.mtholyoke.edu/adm or call Christy O’Brien FP ’04 at x2160 for more details.

Department of Politics Prizes
1) Himelstein Prize ($500) for best essay in American politics by a senior politics major; 2) Lawson-Loewenberg-Van Cleve Prize ($500) for senior politics major or minor with an excellent academic record and planning for a career in public service. The deadline is April 22. For more information, visit the politics office in 118 Shattuck Hall.

Technology Mentor Program Seeking Faculty for 2005–06
New in 2004, the LITS technology mentor program is an initiative designed to offer additional creative and collaborative support to foster the effective integration of technology into the curriculum. The technology mentor program is course-oriented and peer-based, modeled on the successful SAW program. Paired with a faculty member, under the guidance of an RIS liaison, student technology mentors work closely with a faculty member and the students enrolled in her course to support related technology needs. RIS looks to pair faculty with students who are comfortable with technology and hold an enthusiasm for teaching and learning. A mentor's specific responsibilities depend largely on faculty needs and course objectives.

Curious how other faculty have integrated mentors? The following courses have incorporated mentors: Chem 101 (Chen and Gomez), English 202 (Ackmann), Geology 101 (Werner), Independent 102 (Dobosh), Independent 117 (Boisselle and Ewing), Math 251 (Morrow), Physics 303 (Hudgings), Psych 200 (Binder), Religion 230 (Grayson), Theatre 285 (Babb) and Theatre 315 (Whitworth).

Faculty interested in exploring this program should complete the faculty mentor application located at www.mtholyoke.edu/lits/ris/techmentor.

Not sure how this program might fit with your course needs? Give us a call and we'll talk it through together. For more information, contact either Julie Habjan Boisselle (jboissel, x2795) or your RIS liaison. This may be an opportunity to try something new. The deadline is March 31.

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