Taking piano lessons virtually isn’t ideal but it’s pretty close, says the music department’s Mark Gionfriddo and Susan Wang ’23, of Mount Holyoke College.
Mount Holyoke’s Elizabeth Markovits and Renae Brodie tackle the pros and cons of the modular system.
Mount Holyoke students are finding deeper spirituality during the pandemic — despite and because of online services and events.
Mount Holyoke’s KC Haydon flipped her classroom to make discussion and building community among her students the focus of her course.
Mount Holyoke associate professor Kate Ballantine shipped lab kits worldwide to give her students hands-on experience creating new scientific knowledge.
When COVID-19 scuttled her plans, Hannah Pozzebon ’20 interned for Mount Holyoke alum Tatum Albertine ’14 at the American Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar.
A new class teaches Mount Holyoke students about vaccine development, assessment and implementation — and how to be scientists in the world.
Dance instructor Barbie Diewald used an iPad, laptops, a ladder and many props to bring the dance studio to her Mount Holyoke students — remotely.
Teaching leadership and fitness to student-athletes and all students is a core part of Lori Hendricks’ goals, says the athletics director at Mount Holyoke.
Mount Holyoke senior Mirei Golding-Powers tackled a multilingual internship across the world — from her home in California.