Stop by the info table in Keefe Atrium to meet with representatives from School for Field Studies & SIT Abroad to learn more about study abroad programs that they offer.
Want to make your research process more organized and efficient? Attend a one-hour tutorial to get started with Zotero! Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free application that helps you collect, manage, and cite your sources. It's available in all computer labs on campus and you can download it on your personal computer for free. If you're interested but can't make it to the workshop, click on the more information link below to see the full workshop schedule or to make an individual appointment.
Hot cocoa and headshots! Stop by and have your photo taken for your LinkedIn and Handshake profile, stay for some hot cocoa and free swag! The Loeb Center welcomes all students to stop by and mingle with career advisors and student staff. Learn about the Clothing Closet, internship funding, Handshake and more. Walk away from one of the three events (February 1, February 15 and February 18) with your own professional headshot.
Do you think about music? Are you interested in music but haven’t played an instrument or taken a music course? Are you an experienced performer or composer? This is the music workshop series for you! Thinking about music takes many forms. It could mean performing and composing, or developing historical and cultural research into specific forms of music or using software to make or analyze music. Sponsored by the Department of Music, this series is open to all and offers the campus community different models for thinking about and doing music. Paired with the Music Department Tea Time (which takes place at 4:30 p.m. and immediately follows the workshop), the workshop series is an exciting, low-pressure way of expanding your understanding of music.
Research in Music: This installment of the workshop features a few of the College’s own faculty in a freewheeling panel discussion describing their research and what drew them to a life in music. Panelists include professors Jeffers Engelhardt, Yvette Jackson, Klara Moricz, and Jason Robinson. Come be inspired by and learn about various ways to do research in music.
This Cheminar is an overview of chemistry department research. Current chemistry honors and non-honors research students will be presenting posters of the projects they've been working on. This is an opportunity for junior majors to discuss peer research and talk with chemistry faculty about interests in doing a thesis research project.
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation is dedicated to the protection of the environment and the promotion of sustainable development on a global scale. The Foundation supports initiatives of public and private organizations, in the fields of research and studies, technological innovation and socially-aware practices. Come to this information session to learn more about the summer internship available to Amherst students and the process for applying to and receiving funding for the internship, along with hearing first-hand from a previous intern about her experiences.
The Foundation supports projects in three main geographical zones and focuses its efforts on three main areas.
• The Mediterranean basin, due to the geographic position of the Principality of Monaco.
• The Polar Regions, as privileged indicators of climate change evolutions.
• The Least Developed Countries (as defined by the United Nations official list), such as the countries in Sahelian Africa, which are severely impacted by the effects of climate change, the loss of biodiversity and water shortage.
The Foundation has three principal domains of action:
• To limit the effects of climate change and promote renewable energies.
• To safeguard biodiversity.
• To manage water resources and combat desertification.