“A little Madness in the Spring” Turns Emily Dickinson Museum Upside Down April 28 & 29; Dickinson Museum Goes to the Dogs

April 4, 2007Director of Media Relations413/542-8417AMHERST, Mass.—The Emily Dickinson Museum’s celebration of National Poetry Month, appropriately named after Dickinson’s poem “A little Madness in the Spring,” takes over Amherst on Saturday, April 28, and Sunday, April 29, with a range of lectures, programs and outdoor events that will inspire even the most canine of poetry fans.

Symposium on Transatlantic Visions at Amherst College April 27-29

April 19, 2007Director of Media Relations413/542-8417AMHERST, Mass.—The third annual Symposium on Transatlantic Visions will take place in the Alumni House at Amherst College on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 27, 28 and 29. Titled “Luso-Hispanic Voices: Nation, Language and Identity,” the symposium will feature three keynote addresses that will be free and open to the public.

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Statistics Professor Nick Horton Honored for his Contributions to the Statistics Community

Prof Nick Horton is the 2017 recipient of the annual Lagakos Distinguished Alumni Award, given by the Department of Biostatistics at Harvard University. The citation of the award describes his impactful leadership and service to the profession, his distinguished contributions to statistical methodology and computing, and his commitments to teaching and statistical education.

Tenth Anniversary

The LJST Department recently celebrated its tenth anniversary. Below is a list of the events that were held during the celebration. If you would like more information about the department and/or the anniversary celebration, please contact Karen Underwood September 20, 2003 Babbot Room - Octagon 9:45 Coffee and Pastries 10:00 Welcome and Introductions

Neuroscience Senior Comprehensives Instructions

In addition to the mandatory seminar attendance requirement, students must also pass a comprehensive examination:

A) Oral Presentation. Present a paper from the recent Neuroscience literature to the faculty and other senior majors and answer questions from that faculty. 

OR

B) Written Examination. Take a written exam on paper(s) from the recent Neuroscience literature. (this is the standard option)