Copyright Law

All employees of the College are expected to respect the copyright associated with intellectual property which, except under specified circumstances, prohibits the duplication, public display, or performance of such property without permission of the owner of that copyright. Intellectual property includes visual images, software, and other creative expressions, whether fixed electronically or in "hard copy." The copyright law is a particularly important part of the legal framework governing an academic community.

Dean of the Faculty

Catherine Epstein, Dean of the Faculty
103A Converse Hall
(413) 542–2334

Gregory S. Call Academic Internships

The Gregory S. Call Academic Internship Program enables Faculty across the ranks and disciplines to hire current Amherst students to help with projects relating to their pedagogy or research. The purpose of this program is to give Faculty assistance for academic tasks that are substantive but time-consuming, and to give students the opportunity to work closely with, and therefore help, their Faculty.

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