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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Wed, Jan 17, 2018

The Writers' Retreat

Writing Retreat for Faculty and Staff

9:00 am - 1:30 pm Frost Library, Center for Humanistic Inquiry

The Writing Center invites faculty and staff writers to join us for a two-day retreat during Interterm, an opportunity to work productively in a supportive environment. The retreat will be held Wednesday, January 17 and Thursday, January 18, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Center for Humanistic Inquiry.

Each day will include small-group discussions of writing goals, three hours of uninterrupted writing time and a catered lunch with a writing-related discussion. If you have any questions or comments about the retreat, please contact Jessica Kem at jkem@amherst.edu or x2964.

Participants may register to attend one or both writing sessions and/or one or both lunch discussions.

Open Swim During Interterm

Pratt Pool will be open for students, faculty, staff and alumni during Interterm from noon until 2 p.m. on the following dates: January 9, January 10, January 11, January 12, January 14, January 15, January 16 and January 17.

Pratt Pool will reopen on January 22 at noon.

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Web Programming

The World-Wide Web is a set of computer technologies that publish and display information over the Internet in a highly interactive manner. At the heart of the Web are several content and programming languages that will be covered in this example-based course:

• The Web content languages (HTML and CSS) that are the foundation of webpages
• The Web programming language (JavaScript) that makes web pages dynamic and interactive
• A document object library (jQuery) that makes it easier to manipulate your pages
• User-interface frameworks (Bootstrap and React) that provide pre-built components for your pages
• A Web server (Node.js + Express) that lets you store and search for your data
• A server-side database (MongoDB) to provide efficient access to your data

Please think about a project to which you’d like to apply your new understanding!

This course is non-credit and no charge.

Prerequisites: Priority is given to the Amherst College community and then the Five College community through December 27, after which it is first-come, first-served.

Communicating With Confidence, a Speaking Intensive for Women

This four day intensive speaking course helps students who identify as women focus on what and how they want to communicate in all aspects of their lives. Drawing on a variety of theater techniques used by experienced actors to relax, focus their message, and connect with an audience, this course will coach students in the art of confident and powerful communication. Students will be guided to uncover their unique strengths, develop an authentic and personalized speaking style, and overcome obstacles to delivering their message. Working closely together in a positive, supportive environment, students will finish the week with the presentation of an inspiring speech. Limited to 10 Amherst College Students.

Students Only
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Baseball Baseball Winter Skills Clinic

For the 28th consecutive winter, our coaching staff and players will be conducting an instructional camp for two different age groups. The purpose of the instructional camp is to teach individual players baseball skills and techniques. This is a player participation camp—there are no lectures. We are looking for players who are sincerely interested in working to improve their individual baseball skills.

Ongoing Events

Next Gen Leadership Institute 2018

This leadership institute coordinated by CDSL and the Loeb Center is a five-day intensive program designed for first-generation and low-income students to cultivate and highlight existing social and cultural capital in their personal and professional lives.
There will be engaging workshops centered around first-gen and low-income identities, navigating classism, demystifying the arts, wealth and financial literacy education with BlackFem, Inc, but also lots of fun community building time over tasty meals and fun activities.

Apply now! The registration deadline is Friday, December 8 and space is limited.

Students Only