MacArthur-winning poet and translator Peter Cole leads a master class on the translation of poetry and the poetry of translation. Cole illustrates the central place translation holds in our lives and the ways in which it can come to inform both our experience of the world and the making of poems. This master class is free and open to all Five College students and faculty!
Peter Cole teaches comparative literature and Judaic studies at Yale University. He is the author of five books of poems and many volumes of translation from Hebrew and Arabic. Cole’s numerous honors include fellowships from the MacArthur and Guggenheim Foundations and an Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He is currently a co-editor of Princeton University Press’s Lockert
Library of Poetry in Translation and divides his time between Jerusalem and New Haven.
To register, e-mail EDMPrograms@EmilyDickinsonMuseum.org.
Since 2000 Brian Collett has been collaborating with Hamilton's Gordon Jones on projects in nuclear physics. Their work has included the development of compact 3He neutron spin filters for use in neutron scattering, and they are participants in the aCORN experiment, studying neutron decay at the National Institutes of Standards and Technologies.
Collett and Jones are responsible for the magnetic and electric fields in the experiment and have contributed extensively to the data collection and analysis. Before coming to Hamilton in 1986, Collett was a staff fellow at the National Institutes of Health and a visiting assistant professor of physics at Mount Holyoke College. He received a doctorate from Princeton University.
All students who receive or who plan to receive funding from the college to support unpaid or low-paid internship or off-campus research opportunities are required to attend a pre-departure workshop session.
During this session, students will learn more about the additional program expectations and tips for completing a successful summer opportunity.
Students who are abroad or who are unable to attend an in-person workshop should contact Victoria Wilson at email@example.com to discuss alternatives.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Global Banking & Markets (GBAM) business includes Corporate & Investment Banking, Corporate Credit and Transaction Banking, Global Markets, Research, Global Commercial Banking and Business banking services. The group provides services to small and midsize companies, middle-market and large corporations, government entities and institutional investors across the globe.
GBAM’s solutions span the breadth of mergers and acquisition advice, equity and debt capital raising, corporate lending, transaction banking, credit treasury and merchant services, sales and trading; in fixed income, commodities, currency and equities, risk management, research; and liquidity and payments management.
Want to learn more about the company culture, as well as what Summer internship and full-time job opportunities are available to undergraduates? Attend this information session to hear from representatives, including Amherst alum Gavin Back '01!
We’ve invited four clinicians from the community to answer all your career questions! We’ll hear from clinicians in private practice and clinicians who balance their time between patient treatment, clinical research and training of other clinicians. Clinicians have a range of degrees including a masters in social MSW), a doctorate of psychology (PsyD), and a doctorate of philosophy (PhD) in clinical psychology and in school psychology. These professionals will speak about the path they took to get their degree, their training experiences, and what they do on a day to day basis.
There will be plenty of time for questions and snacks will be provided!
Visit the Mezzanine Gallery in Frost Library to view Between the Imagined and Seen: The Hand-Pulled Prints of Betsey Garand and Microscope Images of Caroline Goutte, on exhibit from March 4 to Aug. 30. This exhibition is sponsored by the Arts at Amherst Initiative
Professor Caroline Goutte is chair of the Department of Biology and a member of the Program in Biochemistry and Biophysics at Amherst College. Betsey Garand is senior resident artist in the Department of Art and the History of Art at Amherst College.