Instead of falling asleep in class, come get Dunkin Donuts and coffee supplied by GlobeMed. Suggested Donation: $3. All proceeds go to Heart and Sole Africa, a non-profit in Rwanda dedicated to fighting podoconiosis. http://heartandsoleafrica.org/
Enjoy informal conversations with students who have studied in Germany, the German faculty members, the German language assistants and other native speakers. Join us on the Mezzanine of Valentine Dining Hall every Monday from 11:45 a.m to 1 p.m.
Please come join us on Mondays from 12-1 p.m. in Valentine Terrace Room A (down the stairs). Come and have lunch with fellow math and stats students, majors and professors! Everyone is welcome-you don't need to be a math or stats major. We often chat about math and stats-related topics, but we also talk about lots of other things and it's a great chance to get to know each other. We hope to see you there!
The Sexuality, Women's and Gender Studies Department is opening its common room as a study space for students every Monday afternoon during the fall semester. Beverages and snacks will be provided. Join us every Monday, except for October 9, which is mid-semester break, and November 20, which is Thanksgiving break.
The office of human resources and the office of inclusive leadership are teaming up to offer this two-hour session on hiring for diversity and inclusion. Learn best practices for achieving a diverse candidate pool and an inclusive search process. This workshop is intended for any member of the Amherst community who will be serving on a staff search committee or will be asked to be a part of a staff hiring process in the upcoming year. To register, click the link below.
The Film & Media Studies (FAMS) program at Amherst College is pleased to present a roundtable discussion of internships in the field of film and television.
Are you interested in working in the fields of film and television production? Or maybe you just want to learn more about the possibilities? Come to our roundtable to learn more about the experience and the application process for internships in film and television to help jumpstart your work after college.
Panelists will include current students who have recently held internships (at Showtime, Saturday Night Live, and ABC/Disney), as well as Professors Guilford and Hastie from the FAMS program. We will talk broadly about various options in the television industry, as well as various arenas in film production, programming and distribution.
We welcome anyone else who has held an internship in these fields to attend and to talk about your experiences with other students. Let's help each other navigate these fields and change the world of TV and film!
A reception will follow the roundtable discussion, with savory and sweet treats for all.
Are you preparing for medical school and taking the MCAT this winter or spring? Come join other Amherst students and study with your peers on Monday evenings! Drop-in when you can. Some MCAT resources and snacks will be available. This event is sponsored by the health professions office at the Loeb center for career exploration and planning.