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In its first collaboration, the Urban Teacher Pathways program equips Holyoke teachers with the skills to build and sustain a successful classroom.
Kathryn Accurso won the American Education Research Association Vocabulary SIG Student Research Paper of the Year Award.
The newest program offered by graduate programs at Mount Holyoke trains paraeducators of color working in Amherst public schools to be teachers.
Institute offerings through the College’s Professional and Graduate Education program engage a broad audience of adult learners.
Girls Who Code, a national organization that teaches girls coding skills, partnered with MHC to bring a new two-week summer program to college campuses.
Allison Slysz MAT’16 will continue to teaching biology in the science department, in addition to her new post as Smith Academy Athletic Director.
M.A.T. Professor Kathryn Accurso was recently awarded a Love of Learning Award worth $500 from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Mount Holyoke students and alumnae attended the 10-day Global Leadership Summit in South Africa this summer, returning with inspiration and commitment.
Lauren Mattone was awarded the 2018 Roger L. Wallace Excellence in Teaching Award.
Find inspiration — and career training — with new summer offerings from PaGE: the Professional and Graduate Education program.
Owen reported to the Amherst Regional High School paper, The Graphic, that he is “thrilled to support inclusion.”
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