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.
As director of the United Kingdom’s Serious Fraud Office, leads a team of about 450 lawyers, accountants, digital forensics experts and others as they investigate and prosecute a number of major economic crimes.Read Lisa’s story
As author of 17 books, as well as articles and op-ed pieces, David Kirp has explored all facets of educational policy, including issues of equity and the ways in which colleges fail to graduate enough students.Read David’s story
Eva Gladek ’05 believes human cities and industries should work the same way. Metabolic, the business she founded in the Netherlands in 2012, promotes innovation toward a circular economy, “broadly defined as an economy that is waste-free and regenerative by design.”Read Eva’s story
Laura Moser ’99 launched Daily Action in 2016, a service that texts subscribers each day with a simple, strategic political action they can take, such as calling their senator or sharing an informative video.Read Laura’s story