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.
Jonathan Vinson ’93, a flight surgeon with the Air National Guard, applied for Operation Deep Freeze five years in a row. In December, he was finally deployed. He flew from Portland, Ore., to Christchurch, New Zealand, where he met the flight nurse and aeromedical evacuation technician he would be teamed with for the next six weeks.Read Jonathan's story
Fitzgerald, an English and psychology major, founded her business, Tinkergarden, out of a concern that children no longer know what to do with their free time.Read Meghan's story
How do you get humans to eat a destructive fish that’s also very hard to catch? A voracious and venomous apex predator is wreaking havoc up and down the East Coast and throughout the Caribbean. To fight it, we need a fleet of state-of-the-art robots that can venture into spaces beyond the reach of humanity.Read Orin's story
Using her Amherst background as editor-in-chief of the student literary magazine Circus and writer for The Common, Xu is working on a book, Mami’s Tail, which is named for her mother and will combine her Watson observations and childhood memories.Read JinJin's story