Pindar Field Dinner Series 2013-2014

The Pindar Field Dinner Series started a new school year with a new name and a new effort to include all ages. Eleven dinners are planned for 2013-14 with six of the dinners being held for the under-21 students and some of the dinners planned for “themed” gatherings.

December 6, 2013

Cullen Murphy

Gerald R. Fink ’62 Bioscience Symposium 2014

"Health Care Today: Research, Teaching, Clinical Applications and Commercialization of Discoveries"

The Gerald R. Fink '62 Bioscience Symposium for 2014 will be held on January 16 in Stirn Auditorium at Amherst College.

The following speakers are expected-

Pindar Field Dinner Series 2012-2013

The Spring 2013 Pindar Field Dinner Series included five formal dinners, each featuring two speakers and varied menus with locally sourced foods including wines with each course. The events were held at the Alumni House, the Lord Jeffery Inn and Lewis-Sebring Dining Commons.

2014 Preliminary Commencement Schedule of Events

 Questions? Call Patricia Allen, Commencement Director, at 413/542-8094.

Friday, May 23

1 to 9 p.m.
Check-in for seniors and families. Alumni House (see parking map).

5 p.m.
Commencement Rehearsal. Mandatory for seniors; families need not attend.
Main Quadrangle
(Johnson Chapel in case of rain).

Saturday, May 24

The Pindar Field Student Dinner Series

Amelie Hastie, chair of the department of film and media studies and professor of English, spoke at the first Select Dinner, on Feb. 23, 2013.

Hear audio and see photos of past dinners:

2013-2014 academic year

Chronology of Arrival of Women Faculty at Amherst College

Jane A. Taubman, emerita professor of Russian, gave the following presentation at the symposium, Half Century of Women Teaching at Amherst: Gender Matters on Saturday, October 1, 2011.


The Pioneer Women of Amherst College 1962-83