The potential impact of new Supreme Court appointments on reproductive rights in the U.S. will be the subject of a panel discussion sponsored by the Everywoman’s Center on Thursday, Oct. 6, 4-6 p.m. in 917 Campus Center.
Charles Sanders of Vanderbilt University will speak at a Chemistry seminar on “Membrane Protein Folding, Misfolding and Disease” on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 11:15 a.m. in 1634 Lederle Graduate Research Center.
Bernard Amadei, founding president of Engineers Without Borders USA, will speak on "Engineering for the Developing World: Challenges and Opportunities" on Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 3:30 p.m. in the Bernie Dallas Room, Goodell.
New York artist and designer Allan Wexler will lead a workshop for 20 students to design and build a prototype garden tool storage shed on Friday, Sept. 30, beginning at 8 a.m. in front of the Fine Arts Center’s main theater lobby.
Poet Martin Espada, writer Luke Salisbury and whiffleball slugger Richard Glaven of the Microbiology Department will agonize about the end of the baseball season on “MR2,” the radio version of Massachusetts Review, on Thursday, Sept. 29, 5:30-6:30 p.m. on WMUA, 91.1 FM.
Diane Wilson, author of "An Unreasonable Woman: A True Story of Shrimpers, Politicos, Polluters, and the Fight for Seadrift, Texas," will speak on Friday, Sept. 30 at 1:30 p.m. in the 3rd floor conference room of Gordon Hall.
The online campus landscape has changed greatly in the last year, with 50 new or redesigned websites going live as a result of the work of University Relations’ Office of Communications.
Claudia Donald, director of Online Communications, says the websites, whether they are brand new or redesigns,...
Students from the Five Colleges will compete to see who can best analyze big data and attract the interest of employers at the 2015 ASA DataFest competition—a collaboration between academe, students and industry that will be held March 27-29 in 1634 Lederle Graduate Research Center.
The Bachelor’s Degree with Individual Concentration Program (BDIC) hosted the seventh annual Conference of Individualized Major Programs (IMPs) on March 5-6 in the Campus Center.
Sixty-one faculty, staff, administrators and students from IMPs across the U.S. registered for the conference. Faculty...
Dr. Katharine E. “Kay” Reichert, 86, of Hadley, a former physician at University Health Services, died March 21 at the Hospice of the Fisher Home.
Born in Arnold, Pa., she started her medical career as a...
Faith M. Sweigart, 88, of Amherst, a retired clerk in the Copy Centers, died March 23 at her home at the Arbors.
Born in Lewiston, Maine, she grew up in Boothbay Harbor.
She attended Ryder College in Trenton, N.J. and...
Ezekiel Kimball, assistant professor in educational policy, research and administration in the College of Education, was recognized March 6 as one of six national recipients of the 2015 Emerging Scholars Award from the...