Graduate Program Events

Webinars, Seminars and Professional Learning Communities

Mount Holyoke Professional and Graduate Education Programs offer focused online learning opportunities, videoconferencing and community building sessions designed to further your professional growth.

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Conferences and Seminars

You can find and connect with our faculty, students and alumni at several conferences each year.

Upcoming Conferences

September 25-27, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference. Boston, MA. Michael Flynn is chair of the Program Committee.

October 10-12, Northwest Mathematics Conference. Tacoma, WA. Michael Flynn is presenting.

October 17-19, Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Jacksonville, FL. Michael Flynn is presenting.

November 14-15, Consortium for Excellence in Teacher Education (CETE) conference. Brandeis University.

November 15-16, California Math Council South. Palm Springs, CA. Michael Flynn is presenting.

November 18-21, Add+Vantage Math Recovery (AVMR). Providence, RI. Michael Flynn is presenting.

December 6-8, California Math Council North. Monterey, CA. Michael Flynn is presenting.

Graduate Fairs

Representatives from the Mount Holyoke College Professional and Graduate Program attend several graduate fairs each year.

Upcoming Graduate Fairs

Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Graduate School Fair
Monday, September 9, 2019
5:30-7:30 pm
Washington, D.C.
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Wells College Information Session
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
1-2:30 pm

Cornell University Graduate School Fair
Wednesday, September 25
4-7 pm

National Diversity Graduate Fair
Mount Holyoke College, Chapin Auditorium
Saturday, October 5, 2019
10 am-12 pm | Register

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Career and Internship Fair.
October 17
10 am-2 pm
North Adams, MA.
MCLA undergraduates can meet with Amy Asadoorian, Admissions Coordinator, about the program options and the application process.

Open Houses and Information Sessions

Virtual Information Sessions

Program-Specific Information Sessions

2019-2020 Program-Specific Information Sessions to be announced soon. Please check back for more information.

Past Events

Past Graduate Fairs

Idealist Graduate School Fair - Boston
September 17, 2018, 5 - 8pm
Boston University, George Sherman Ballroom

Cornell University Graduate School Day
September 26, 2018, 11am - 2pm
Barton Hall, Ithaca, NY

Information Session at Wells College
September 26, 2018, 4 - 5pm
Louis Jefferson Long Library, Aurora, NY

Binghamton University Graduate School Fair
September 27, 2018, 11am - 2:30pm
Mandela Room, Binghamton, NY

Syracuse University Graduate School Fair
September 27, 2018, 5 - 7pm
Schine Center, Syracuse, NY

Idealist Graduate School Fair - Washington DC
October 1, 2018, 5 - 8pm
Walter E Washington Convention Center

National Diversity Graduate School Fair - Boston
October 11, 2018, 5 - 8 pm
Reggie Lewis Center

National Diversity Graduate School Fair - Providence
October 13, 2018, 3 - 6 pm
Rhode Island College

Education Grad School Virtual Fair hosted by
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
10 am-4 pm

Past Conferences

July 10 - 12: Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching, San Antonio, TX

  • Michael Flynn is presenting the opening keynote: "Understanding the Resistant Teacher - Why Change is Harder for Some People and How We Can Support Them"

July 9: The Math Learning Center, Denver, CO

  • Michael Flynn is presenting a keynote session: "Beyond Answers: SMPs with Primary Students" and a breakout session: "Working with Reluctant Teachers"

June 24-26: National Coalition of Girls Schools annual conference.

Mar. 1, 2019: Dupage Valley Mathematics Conference

April 1 - 3: National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, San Diego, CA.

  • Michael Flynn and Sarah Bent are attending.
  • Michael Flynn is lead speaker for "Turning Adversaries into Allies: Building Community-Wide Support for Your Initiatives in Mathematics Education"

April 4 - 6: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, San Diego, CA

  • Michael Flynn and Sarah Bent are attending.
  • Michael Flynn is presenting "Understanding Resistance in Mathematics Education: Why Change is Hard and How We Can Make It Easier"


  • Student Emily Shimansky MATL'20 is part of a panel discussion and Corinne Miller, program coordinator will be presenting: Leading Roles! Using Theater to build leadership skills in girls.

Apr. 28-30: TABS Global Symposium, Newport, RI

May 2: Empowered to Lead 2019, Uncasville, CT

  • Michael Flynn is a lead presenter