The Department of Health Education will be holding weekly office hours. Stop by to meet with with a member of the Health Education team and ask a question, find out about upcoming opportunities on campus, and get some free resources! Sexual Respect Educator Lauren Kelly will be available Friday, September 25, from 11:30 AM-1:30 PM on Val Quad Tent #3. Stop by and say hello!
Please join your French Language Assistants for the virtual weekly meeting of French Table. French Table is an opportunity for informal conversation in French, and is open to students, faculty, and staff. French speakers of all levels are welcome! You are welcome to join for part or all of these sessions. If you are not currently enrolled in a French course, but would like to participate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the pre-registration link.
Enhance productivity. Find mutual support. Maintain a regular practice. Write with others. Faculty and staff are invited to a virtual Write-on-Site over Zoom each Friday during the fall semester between 12:00 and 3:00 p.m. Hosted by Professor of Art History Nicola Courtright, and CHI Fellows Ashley Smith and Sam Presnal.
Open to the Amherst College community. Please login to Zoom with your Amherst ID and password:
Meeting ID: 927 7619 9071
End your week with a gentle, reflective, and socially distanced Prayer Walk around campus. Starting and ending at Memorial Hill, you will be led through campus with a simple prayer booklet, walking and pausing at your own speeds, coming back together for closing prayer at the end. The walk can take as little as 15 minutes, or as long as an hour, depending on your speed. Come by anytime between 2:00pm and 4:00pm to participate.
Are you seeking some extra support in completing your cover letters and internship applications? Our biweekly virtual drop-in clinics are the perfect way to gain feedback from Loeb Center staff.
(Note: If you are seeking support with personal statements, please make an appointment with a career community advisor or with the Writing Center.)
Please RSVP in advance! We will confirm Zoom login and additional information via e-mail.
Hosted by the Loeb Center's Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program.
Student Thesis Presenters: Jordan Aucoin '21, Katherine Boback '21, Nina Fitzgerald '21 and Shantam Jha '21
This is week two of honors presentations. Please visit the chemistry department seminar page for additional information: https://www.amherst.edu/academiclife/departments/chemistry/seminar-sched...
An affinity hosted by the QRC that centers those who identify with the bisexual and pansexual spectrum where people can talk about the intersectionality of their sexuality, their other identities, and other aspects of their lives.
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The SHEs will be hosting their first official event of the year …HOORAY! This Friday, on the 25th, we will have a virtual meet-and-greet with many of the SHEs, which will be taking place from 4:00-5:00 p.m. EST in the afternoon. This event was originally inspired by the SHE’s traditional in-person, introductory meeting, which takes place at the beginning of each year, and is where students are invited to meet our team of student health educators, ask questions, and get to know us! Unfortunately, since this is not a normal school year, and we are unable to host that same type of gathering this fall, we’ve decided to create this virtual space to do the same thing. So, on Friday, please come with your questions! This will be an informal opportunity for all of us to get to know one another in spite of being in different places, timezones, grades, and classes.
Regina Carter and Friends open the Music@Amherst 2020-2021 Virtual Series with a live, online performance hosted by Professor Darryl Harper. This performance is free and open to the public. Please visit the music department's event livestream page, listed below, to catch the show. We look forward to seeing you!
For Grammy-nominated artist Regina Carter, the violin isn't simply an improvisational vehicle; it’s a Rosetta Stone that unlocks the doors to a myriad of cultures, sounds and worlds apart. The first jazz musician and African-American to play the Guarneri Del Gesu violin, once owned by Niccolò Paganini, MacArthur “Genius” award-winning Regina Carter is director of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s All-Female Jazz Residency and has collaborated with artists including Aretha Franklin, Mary J. Blige, Lauryn Hill, Billy Joel, Dolly Parton, Ray Brown, Kenny Barron, the String Trio of New York, Cassandra Wilson, Oliver Lake and Steve Turre.
Your safety is our highest concern. We have therefore temporarily suspended M@A subscriptions for this season until it is again safe to gather in Buckley in person. Thank you for your understanding.