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Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Wed, Nov 18, 2020

Swift Skills Collection: Celebrate Others

When was the last time you highlighted a colleague for their good work? Why do we not build celebration into the culture of our groups? This session will focus on celebrating those around us as a tool for supporting comradery and community.

Mid-Year Check In 2020 Workshops for Staff

The Performance Management Process is intended as an opportunity for a supervisor or chair to have a conversation with their staff to review progress on the goals created during the last Performance Evaluation and the Mid-Year Check In. The Mid-Year Check In Training offers an opportunity to review the performance evaluation form, explores strategies and techniques for having a productive dialogue, and offers suggestions for how to prepare for the discussion and set goals. This workshop is also offered on Tuesday, November 17, 3:00 - 4:00 PM.

Mid-Year Check In 2020 Workshops for Supervisors/Chairs

The Performance Management Process (PMP) is intended as an opportunity for a supervisor or chair to have a conversation with their staff to review progress on the goals created during the last Performance Evaluation and the Mid-Year Check In. The Mid-Year Check In workshop offers an opportunity to review the performance evaluation form, explores strategies and techniques for having a productive dialogue, and offers suggestions for how to prepare for the discussion and goal setting. This workshop is also offered on Tuesday, November 17, 10:00 - 11:00 AM.

AC Jazz Virtual Concerts

The Jazz Performance Program at Amherst College presents an evening of performances featuring two Jazz Combos and the Jazz Ensemble performing a wide spectrum of jazz styles.

The evening starts at 6 p.m. with Jazz Combo Hale-Bopp and continues at 7:30 p.m. with Jazz Combo Hyakutake. At 9 p.m., the Jazz Ensemble concludes the evening’s performances.

These three performances will be livestreamed from the stage in Buckley Recital Hall, Arms Music Center, on the Amherst College campus. This will be the final in-person jazz performance of the fall semester.

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Black Law Students Association at Fordham University School of Law: Info Session and Q&A

The Black Law Students Association at Fordham University School of Law, in partnership with Amherst College's Loeb Center for Career Exploration & Planning, invites you to a virtual chat hosted by a Fordham Law student and Amherst College alum, Shayonna Cato (Class of 2013).

In this session, Shayonna will discuss her Fordham Law experience and answer any questions attendees may have about the law school admissions process and Fordham Law. This event is open to any students who are applying to or are interested in attending law school or Fordham Law.

Ongoing Events

Photo of Starting Something New contemporary art installation at Mead Art Museum; person sits in the gallery sketching; another person looks at artwork in the background.

Study + Make Art at the Mead

Attention on-campus students!

Stop by the Mead to study or destress from studying with artmaking. We'll have clipboards, coloring sheets, pencils, and crayons in the museum for you to use to get creative. We'll also have temporary tattoos and postcards for you to take with you when you go.

The Mead is open until 9:30 pm on school nights, so be sure to stop by before the semester ends!

Please Note:
The Mead is only open for on-campus students, faculty, and staff at this time.

Please remember to wear your Amherst College ID in order to enter the museum. All visitors are required to wear masks and keep six feet apart from others inside the museum. The Mead has a limited capacity to ensure physical distancing. We cannot permit guests or visitors who do not have an Amherst College ID to enter the Mead at this time.

We hope to welcome our friends, neighbors, and out-of-town visitors back to the Mead after the COVID-19 crisis.

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