Digital Humanities Student Workshop

Come for a workshop with Professor Sonya Donaldson

Friday, February 20th, 9:30am-12:00pm

This workshop for students will provide an introduction to digital humanities tools and discourses. Professor Donaldson will give an overview of the digital platform, Omeka, and discuss possibilities for working with other social media tools to represent student work. This workshop is appropriate for students interested in discussing digital humanities as praxis, for students with emerging knowledge of these discourses and tools, as well as students who are new to digital humanities tools and discourses. Interested students should contact Jackie Jeffery at to register.

Engage — the 2015 CORC Gallery show

EnŸgage (v)To occupy oneself, participate or become involved

“Non Satis Scire,” to know is not enough. Hampshire students take their learning out of the classroom and into the world – experimenting, observing, and most of all asking, “How can I make a difference?”  We invite you to enjoy Engage, the 2015 CORC Gallery show, featuring snapshots of Hampshire students participating in summer internships.

Where: CORC Office, 3rd Floor Library
When: Tuesday, February 10th, 3:30-5:30

Light refreshments, tea, and coffee will be served.

Please call with any questions: 413.559.5445.

We look forward to seeing you next Tuesday!

Global Connections Event

Postponed to Monday February 16th 3:30 – 5:00

The Global Education Office’s second annual Global Connections event is in the Prescott Tavern.  This event brings returning study abroad students and international students together to share their intercultural personal experiences and perspectives.  There will be a series of large and small group activities that encourage reflection, foster connections, and give attendees a space through which they can begin to translate what they have learned.

Finalist photographs from the 2014 GEO See(n) Photo Contest will also be on display.  Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.

Beakers Abroad! Women in the sciences taking over the world!!

When: Wednesday, November 5, 2014;  3-4 PM
Where: Cole Science Center, Room 316

Learn how to plan and fund your study abroad experience while Div III students Mariah Salyer and Amber Bonarrigo recall their study abroad experiences from last semester and how they were funded by the Gilman Scholarship (

Hear about Mariah Salyer’s adventures in Northern India researching reproductive health and prenatal nutrition with SIT study abroad program, and Amber Bonarrigo’s experience as an exchange student at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia studying geology and sustainability.
Amber and Mariah will be presenting on their research and experiences abroad as well as on how they funded their study abroad programs. They will discuss the Gilman scholarship and its application process in addition to other funding opportunities available. If you want to study abroad but don’t know where to go or what to do, come ask questions about planning and financing your experience. 
Snacks and tea will be provided.
This event is intended for women in the sciences but is open to everyone regardless of gender and/or field of study.


Community Engagement and Critical Consciousness: a workshop with local activist and Hampshire alum Evelin Aquino.

Comm Eng Critical ConcFlyerThis workshop helps students navigate tensions that arise when theory in the classroom meets practice in a variety of contexts including community organizing and youth work in formal and non-formal learning contexts. We will discuss why we do community engagement and why having an anti-oppression lens is important: touching on issues of power and privilege, reflection, navigating courageous conversations, and building reciprocity.

Thursday October 30th, 6:30-8:30pm in FPH room 104. Free dinner from El Comalito!


Sponsored by Community Partnerships for Social Change and Critical Studies of Childhood, Youth, and Learning Program.