This docu-drama tells the story of a meeting between the Sultan of Egypt and Saint Francis during the Crusades. We will focus on the Hindu spring festival of Holi, otherwise known as the "Festival of Colors. The Program in Neuroscience and Behavior cordially invites students considering a major in Neuroscience and Behavior to join us at an information session.
Spiritual Practices for! Test your religious literacy and share what you know. This is a fun event where faculty and staff debate in teams which is better: During the debate we will have a performance from the handbell choir and afterwords enjoy some homemade hamentashen.
Last year hamentashen won, but who will win this year? Bring your questions, meet the faculty, enjoy liquid nitrogen ice cream, and learn about physics research at MHC. Prepare yourself for interviewing success! Practice and receive feedback from skilled CDC staff members and Mount Holyoke Alumnae in a realistic half-hour mock interview session. Submit your application via LyonNet. Please join us for Open Classrooms Week! February March 1, A week-long event for faculty to open their classes and create opportunities for colleagues to explore new pegagogies, spark conversations across disciplines, and check out technologies and materials.
This 1-day seminar turns students into Excel "power users" by introducing them to time-saving keyboard shortcuts and powerful functions and features that will set them apart on the job. Open to Mount Holyoke students. Want to work or study in Europe? Looking for a full-time job, internship, or a study program? Discover the many opportunities that companies, academic institutions and non-profit organizations from Europe have to offer you. This is the largest career Fair of its kind in the US with more than participating organizations and more than 3, registered candidates.
Take this opportunity to meet employers face to face and stand out from the crowd! By registering for the event, you will become a part of a searchable database where employers can view your resume and schedule interviews even before meeting you in person at the Fair. Join our distinguished panelists for a conversation about classroom approaches to 19th-century anti-slavery literature in the current era of the Black Lives Matter movement at 1: Registration required for the luncheon from Pirrocco will discuss her career path, with a focus on how she has navigated paying for medical school through the National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program.
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Jean Crespi, Center for Integrative Geosciences, University of Connecticut will talk about the structural and tectonic history of the Connecticut Valley. Interested in studying Geology or Geography? Come meet the faculty and find out about course requirements, upcoming classes, possible careers, internships, study abroad and more.
- Music, Thrills, Mystery, Comedy & Suspense on Video & DVD (A Classic Movie Fans Guide)?
- The Colossus A Novel.
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- A Best Friends Gift: Jesus A Freindly Novel?
- Ask the Physicist!!
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For all majors and all class levels! Come to the region's largest career fair to discover full-time opportunities, internships, co-ops and summer jobs. Generosity is a force that crosses borders and boundaries. Ami will talk about the power of generosity, her journey to giving, and how all of us can live generously, regardless of our circumstances.
Ami Campbell received her A. Radical Generosity for the Real World. Professionally, she serves as a marketing consultant, but lives out her calling as a generosity champion through her writing and stewardship teaching. She and her husband have two daughters, one of whom is a first-year student at MHC.
- Winds of Summer.
- Ice Cores: essays on Lovecrafts novella At the Mountains of Madness?
- Tawnys Ghost: A Ghostly Romance.
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- Beauty Has Her Way.
Their family splits their time between Chicago and Seattle. Learn about majoring or minoring in astronomy, research opportunities, and how our Five College Department fits into your academic plan. Current majors and minors, join us for a sneak peek of the course schedule. A session presenting some ways teachers can lead from within the classroom. The department welcomes back Dana Muller and professor of music emeritus Gary Steigerwalt for a concert of piano four-hand wizardry. Social Change for Sustainable Communities. An interactive conversation with 4 leaders -- all MHC alums -- of 4 innovative organizations recruiting interns for summer Crystal Bailey will explore less-familiar but more common!
Hear about the wide range of MHConnect opportunities abroad, search strategies, application tips, etc.
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The accelerated BSN is relevant for MHC students looking to enter the nursing profession at any level, from RN to nurse practitioner, certified nurse midwife, and more. The Pre-Vet Club will be holding a Skype session with Jennifer Mailey, Director of Admissions at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine who will provide an overview of the preparation and the application process for veterinary school.
The Department of Biological Sciences cordially invites current Biology majors and students considering a major in Biology to join us at an information session Pizza and drinks will be served!
Digital Arts Spring Lecture Series Key interventions in documentary film and photography have illustrated the complicity of the camera in projects of colonial capture, and the disciplinary function of the image. Please join us in welcoming Lakshmi Padmanabhan from Brown University as she discusses her ongoing research into the understudied archive of feminist documentary photography and experimental video that emerged in India in the s, in a period of rapid political change.
This talk chronicles their repurposing of visual technology toward experiments in postcolonial feminist aesthetics. Join us on Ash Wednesday as we acknowledge our mortality and celebrate the reality of God's steadfast love for us and all creation. Please join us as Prof. Kathy Aidala physics , Prof. Learn the physics behind tempering chocolate. Customize your chocolate with personalized chocolate molds. Arrange your own design using 3D printed letters and symbols. Reading, Performance and Conversation. In this talk, Hannah Goodwin from Brown University examines how in each case, the fragmentation, alteration and deletion of the digitized female body, coupled with its unauthorized reproduction and uncanny persistence, evoke the paradoxically spectral yet hypervisible circulations of digital data.
What happened to the women of the Japanese American internment? How did these brave women keep their American dream alive? This play weaves a story of the struggles, plights and courage of Japanese American female detainees in the American internment camps of World War II. Nationally-recognized playwright Chay Yew draws from the special archives of the Japanese American National Museum to create a documentary theater project based on testimonials, transcripts, documents and interviews with female internees living in the camps during WWII.
The band creates a tapestry of sounds influenced by Sephardic, Arabic, and other Middle Eastern musical traditions. Considering an artistic career? Wondering how to craft a meaningful lifestyle? Want insider information on finding opportunities and connecting with established professionals?
Join a campus-wide dialogue with established and emerging artists! Join us for the Muslim Students Association's first social of the semester! A fun time with cupcake decorating and games there will be Muslim Trivia! This is a great time to reconnect and meet new community members.
The workshop will cover effective advocacy and communication topics such as personal branding, interpersonal communications, intergroup dynamics, and media training. Registration is now closed. His main area of work is income inequality in individual countries and globally, including in pre-industrial societies. The gut microbiota is emerging as an important modulator of brain function and behavior. Recent discoveries reveal substantial effects of the intestinal flora on neurophysiology, neurogenesis, blood brain barrier permeability, neuroimmunity, brain gene expression and animal behavior.
To better understand these emergent findings, my lab and others are mining human intestinal flora to further investigate the impact of the microbiota-immune system interactions on neurodevelopment, and examine the interface between gene-environment interactions in neurological diseases. It will focus in particular on fannish performances of anime textualities during the Chilean anti-neoliberal protests of During these demonstrations, students and allies would recreate scenes from the show Dragon Ball Z, airdate , using them to illustrate both the power of collective action in the face of privatization and debt culture.
Epy Smith '18 will lead our discussion as we dive further into creating the Unity quilts. Learn about the quilt-making process, and work with images and ideas. We will explore spiritual identities, symbols and meaning-making using art and quilting supplies. Applying for Lynk UAF this year?
Need to have your resume reviewed and approved in LyonNet? This session will provide a quick overview of resume fundamentals, and then an opportunity to workshop your resume with your peers and professional advisors. This is the only session of this kind that will be offered in Spring Semester. Digital Arts Spring Lecture Series When digital technologies were new, they promised users freedom from race, gender, ability, and other markers of bodily difference.