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April 15, 2014 – 12:45 pm |

Electric vehicle owners at Hampshire College now have access to a permanent charging station, thanks to Nissan.
Nissan donated an AeroVironment dual dock charging station to the College. It was installed in the parking lot behind …

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Student Spotlight: Zoe Kleiman-Tapley 10F

June 12, 2013 – 8:55 am | Comments Off

It would have been difficult to predict that Zoe would design and implement her own neuro-psychology study back in 2009 when she was a an art major at Parsons School of Design in New York. …

Hampshire Student Selected as National Geographic Emerging Explorer

June 11, 2013 – 8:30 am | One Comment

Hampshire College student Lale Labuko 11F joins a roboticist, an astrobiologist, a glaciologist, a planetary geologist, an artist, and an entrepreneur as one of 17 visionary, young trailblazers from around the world who have been …

Faculty Feature: Laurie Nisonoff

June 10, 2013 – 8:25 am | Comments Off

Her teaching and research interests include women and economic development; U.S. labor and economic history; women’s studies; labor and community studies; and public policy issues.

Student Translation Fest

June 6, 2013 – 8:18 am | Comments Off

In first place, Patricia Hartland 12S won $500 for the translation component of her Division II concentration. Neal Graves 10F and Sam Mayers-White 10F tied for second place with translation components of their Division III projects, each receiving $400.

Student Spotlight: Jon Pedigo 12S, founder of Man’s Best Friend Hot Dogs

June 5, 2013 – 9:03 am | Comments Off

When Jon, who often goes by the nickname, Honan, realized that, after transferring to Hampshire, his course credits put him a semester ahead of schedule, he decided to take a semester off from Hampshire to …

Creativity Center Awards Grants to Six Student Projects

June 4, 2013 – 8:15 am | Comments Off

The Creativity Center at Hampshire College has awarded grants to six student projects in two categories: innovation and experimentation, and collaboration.
Projects bring together students from divergent disciplines in the pursuit of integrative learning, or fuel …

Faculty Feature: Kimberly Chang

June 3, 2013 – 8:12 am | Comments Off

Her teaching and research focuses on the psychology of globalization and dilemmas of identity, belonging, and citizenship for those whose lives span national borders and cultural worlds.

She takes a critical ethnographic and community-based approach to learning and is particularly interested in the intersections of social research and creative writing.