The Black Studies department was one of many to host a reception during Family Weekend. Here, faculty from the department gather with families on the porch of Cooper House on a gorgeous and unseasonably warm November day.
Faculty meet with families during the Black Studies reception: (top left, in red shirt) Rhonda Cobham-Sander, professor of English and Black studies; (top right, gesturing) Rowland O. Abiodun, professor of the history of art and Black studies; (bottom left) Michael M. Kunichika, associate professor of Russian and director of the Amherst Center for Russian Culture; and (bottom right, in pink) Rachel E. Bernard, assistant professor of geology.
Academic receptions at the Science Center (top left); Sheila Jaswal, professor of chemistry (top right, with arms crossed); Rebecca Hewitt, assistant professor of environmental studies (bottom left, seen in profile); and Katherine Sims, professor of economics and environmental studies (bottom right, with arms crossed)
A light-based installation of STEM student research that combines data and graphics is projected on the exterior of the Science Center at dusk.
A close-up of the light-based installation of STEM student research that combines data and graphics