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If, as many would argue, the deep value of a Hampshire College education lies in preparing one to think and adapt quickly, pivoting to stay relevant, Stanton’s analysis and response provide a great example. “Learning to ask that question ‘How?’ is one of the first things I learned at Hampshire,” he says.
Hampshire’s academic approach was influential in supporting this development: “I appreciated the notion that I could design my own program, especially as a nontraditional student. I was already in my mid-twenties when I went to Hampshire.”
Division III students Emily Drummer, Ellyn Gaydos, Rachel Ithen, Martha Psowski, Maiwenn Raoult, and Roberto Rodriguez are recipients of the 2012 Sander Thoenes Research Awards.
These annual awards honoring the memory of Hampshire graduate Sander Thoenes 87F go to …
Formerly a practicing attorney representing low-income clients and community organizations, he has taught at Harvard and Northeastern law schools and at the University of Massachusetts and Wesleyan University. His interests include civil and human rights, transnational migrations, and Latino and Latin American studies with special focus on Cuba, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.
One thing Williams definitely misses: “There’s value in being part of a small classroom, in having professors who know your name. McKinley Melton, Chris Tinson, and Maddie Marquez were my biggest cheerleaders academically and personally. These were people who knew me when I came in and saw me progress from the person I was to the woman I am now.”
Can you tell me when the student evaluations will be posted for the first semester? And my student tells me I have access, but I don’t see how I would find them. Can you explain?