• Why HFA?

    The College of Humanities and Fine Arts prepares students to be citizens in a rapidly changing world.

    Why HFA?

    The College of Humanities and Fine Arts prepares students to be citizens in a rapidly changing world.

  • Find your balance.

    Concerned about majoring in what you love? Follow your passion while gaining valuable skills and you will thrive.

    Find your balance.

    Concerned about majoring in what you love? Follow your passion while gaining valuable skills and you will thrive.

  • 2015 Senior Recognition Celebration

    The College of Humanities & Fine Arts (HFA) will host its Senior Recognition Ceremony on Saturday, May 9, 2015 beginning promptly at 1:00 p.m.

    2015 Senior Recognition Celebration

    The College of Humanities & Fine Arts (HFA) will host its Senior Recognition Ceremony on Saturday, May 9, 2015 beginning promptly at 1:00 p.m.

Berkovitz elected to American Academy for Jewish Research

Apr 29, 2015

Jay R. Berkovitz, Professor and Chair of the Department of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy for Jewish Research (AAJR). Established in 1919, the Ac...

Alumna featured in New York Times for Urban Death Project

Apr 16, 2015

Katrina Spade (M.Arch., 2013) was featured in a recent article in the Science section of the New York Times. The story profiles Katria's passion project and nonprofit Urban Death Project, a gentle ...

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Jun
05

American Reckoning: The Vietnam...

Campus Center
1:00pm

Jun
06

Jackson Katz | Alumni Weekend...

Campus Center
12:00pm

Jun
06

Architecture & Design Alumni...

Parking Lot #62 (New Building Site)
2:00pm

Jun
07

Garden Opening Concert

Renaissance Center | 650 E. Pleasant St. Amherst, MA 01002
2:00pm

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Karen Skolfield '98, MFA

Poet Karen Skolfield won the 2014 PEN New England Award in poetry and the First Book Award from Zone 3 Press. She received the 2015 Robert H. Winner award from the Poetry Society of America and the 2015 Arts & Humanities Award from New England Public Radio, among many other prizes. Skolfield is an Army veteran and teaches writing to engineers at UMass Amherst, where she earned her Master of Fine Arts.

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