Amherst College staff are invited to an Employee Council Virtual Coffee Hour. Meet Employee Council representatives, share your questions and concerns, and connect with other staff.
Hosted by EC representatives Andrea Sulavik and Chris Moulton with special guest Ombudsperson Larry Hunt.
Python is a freely distributable, high-level programming language that has become very popular for everything from scripting applications and web-page generation to solving scientific problems. It shares many basic characteristics with languages like Mathematica, Matlab, and Labview, and has an extensive set of numerical and scientific modules. In this class we will use Python to build instructions describing scientific problems, and solve them using the College computing cluster.
This workshop is in three parts:
Tuesday – Thursday, June 23 – 25, 1 PM – 5 PM
Please register in advance: https://forms.gle/CVaMQczWavzK52zG6
The Fulbright student program offers grants for research, study or assistant teaching for college graduates in over 140 countries outside the U.S. This webinar focuses on the countries in East Asia and the Pacific-- opportunities in specific countries, what to expect, how to apply, and more. Register: https://bit.ly/3ekjGcV
The U.S. Department of State represents U.S. interests around the world. The Department’s employees, with their skills, character, and commitment to public service, are the backbone of America’s diplomacy. To introduce students to the world of U.S. diplomacy, the Department offers numerous student internships and fellowship programs. Diplomat in Residence for the Northwest Micaela Schweitzer-Bluhm, along with Diplomat in Residence for New England Phil Beekman and Diplomat in Residence for the North Central Lou Fintor, will talk with students at the 39 schools within the Liberal Arts Career Network about the internship and fellowship programs, with an eye toward preparing students for the applications, which are due in September. Pre-register at http://tinyurl.com/y93t3sg8 and the Zoom meeting information will be emailed to you.
In the time of uncertainty and anxiety, poetry brings us hope, inspiration and reflection. Have you been reading or writing poems in the pandemic? Do you want to share the lines you've read or written with the Amherst community? Please fill out the form: https://forms.gle/AqT9ofE76gL9edCp6 or email your response to Haoran Tong '23 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome all students, faculty, staff, alumni and parents of Amherst College to participate! Help us lead a poetic life to overcome the difficult circumstances. We plan to compile all submissions into an anthology titled "Amherst Poetry in the Pandemic."