Zoom in with us and support the senior speakers in Amherst College’s 3MT®: Three Minute Thesis Competition. Thesis students, nominated by their departments and selected as finalists, will compete for cash prizes as each one communicates the significance of their thesis in a compelling and accessible way—in just 3 minutes! At the end of the competition, you will help judge which presentation should win the “People’s Choice” award. Register via the Zoom link below.
Join the Arts at Amherst Initiative for our final event of the semester! Arts Coordinator Ellen Mutter '18 will unveil the new virtual tour of the Bailey Brown House, which features new works by several local artists. In the second half of the event, Ellen will be joined by Professor of Art and the History of Art Dwight Carey for a conversation about preliminary research into the history of the home.
If you have any questions, please reach out to the arts coordinator for the AAI, Ellen Mutter, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amherst College's award-winning literary magazine The Common celebrates the release of Issue 21 with authors from around the world. Please join writers Aleksandar Hemon, Celeste Mohammed and Abdelaziz Errachidi, as well as translator Nariman Youssef, for brief readings followed by conversation about place, culture and translation, hosted by the magazine's editor in chief Jennifer Acker.
This event is cosponsored by the Arts at Amherst Initiative.
Join the Amherst Political Union in hosting Associated Press journalist Kat Stafford! Stafford is a national investigative reporter who focuses on race and ethnicity. Prior to the Associated Press, Stafford worked as an investigative reporter at the Detroit Free Press, where her reporting on lead poisoning and housing demolitions prompted congressional reviews and policy changes.