Want a buddy while working on Biology? Drop by the virtual Biology study sessions for a space to be productive! Whether studying silently together in the homeroom or working on an assignment with others in a breakout room, you can build community while getting work done.
Zoom link: bit.ly/2ZGbPAX or Meeting ID: 939 140 9559.
Join museum staff for a lively lunchtime talk about the impact of Amherst College on the life of poet Emily Dickinson.
The Dickinson family were instrumental to the College during its first 75 years, beginning with Samuel Fowler Dickinson’s part in its founding and continuing with Edward and Austin’s combined 60 years of service as treasurers. The College was an early and lasting influence in Dickinson’s own life, playing an inestimable role in her early education and friendships, and later connecting her to an ever-widening local and global community. Through original photographs and archival documents, encounter some of the people and places that defined Dickinson’s 19th-century Amherst College, including students, professors, workers and alumni.
Following the talk, enjoy the Q&A with museum guides Stephanie Bennett, Brenna Macaray, Christopher Fobare and Anna Plummer.
All are welcome to attend this free program, but registration is required.
We are excited to have our next meeting this Friday! Please join us via Zoom (https://amherstcollege.zoom.us/s/91262642830?pwd=aGZ1UjFHdXl6dE9uMStYa3V...).
This is a space that centers people of color.
Staff and faculty are welcome!
Any questions, please email facilitator Jelani Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org).