An Amherst education doesn’t end at commencement. We’re pleased to offer a variety of in-person and online learning experiences that will give you a lot to consider and discuss.
Since 1996, Katherine Chia's firm, Desai Chia, has established a reputation for authentic design, sustainable strategies and the craft of building. Her projects have received numerous accolades, including four American Architecture Awards and six American Institute of Architects Design Awards.Read Katherine's story
Adam Vine ’01 and Andrew Epstein ’02 are consulting with companies in the cannabis industry to help them become more socially responsible, and in 2017, founded a two-pronged venture based in Los Angeles: the for-profit Cage-Free Cannabis and the nonprofit Cage-Free Repair.Read Adam's and Andrew's story
Miranda Marraccini ’12 was in the third year of her Ph.D. program in Princeton University’s English department when she learned about the Victoria Press, a London-based women’s-rights activist group from 1860. Starting in 2016, she set to work organizing their information for VictoriaPressCircle.org.Read Miranda's story
P. Gabrielle Foreman ’86 is co-founder of the Colored Conventions Project, which has worked to make available six decades of Black political organizing information vital to the abolitionist movement and African-American activism.Read Gabrielle's story