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2014
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· May (13 items)
· April (53 items)
· March (49 items)
· February (33 items)
· January (17 items)

2013
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· September (22 items)
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· May (31 items)
· April (49 items)
· March (42 items)
· February (37 items)
· January (18 items)

2012
· December (29 items)
· November (16 items)
· October (36 items)
· September (27 items)
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· May (20 items)
· April (52 items)
· March (34 items)
· February (51 items)
· January (18 items)

2011
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· March (39 items)
· February (25 items)
· January (26 items)

2010
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· September (37 items)
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· May (27 items)
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· January (15 items)

2009
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· April (59 items)
· March (26 items)
· February (42 items)
· January (35 items)

2008
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· May (59 items)
· April (163 items)
· March (121 items)
· February (116 items)
· January (51 items)

2007
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· October (145 items)
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· April (164 items)
· March (107 items)
· February (106 items)
· January (47 items)

2006
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· April (144 items)
· March (109 items)
· February (105 items)
· January (34 items)

2005
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Archived announcements for December, 2014

Writing Center Open During Thanksgiving Break Nov. 23 to 25
The Writing Center will be open for individual appointments from Sunday, Nov. 23, to Tuesday, Nov. 25. For specific hours and to sign up, please see our online scheduler.
For more information: https://www.amherst.edu/academiclife/support/writingcenter/makeappointment

Mellon Faculty Seminar at Mead Art Museum: Apply by Dec. 1
The Mead Art Museum will hold an Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Seminar on Thursday, Jan. 15, and Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. The seminar is titled "Looking at Glass Through an Interdisciplinary Lens: Teaching and Learning with the Mead's Collection" and features Guest Scholar Kelly Conway, curator of American glass at the Corning Museum. Participants will receive a stipend of $500. The Mead Art Museum invites brief applications for this Mellon-funded Faculty Seminar. The seminar is open to Five College faculty members from any discipline curious to learn more about glass from multiple perspectives: material sciences, production and trade histories, social context and aesthetic value. Participants will explore strategies for incorporating these works of art into their teaching and research. The application deadline is Dec. 1.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/museums/mead/resources_faculty/mellonseminar

November's Amherst Reads Feature: 'All I Love and Know,' by Professor Judith Frank
Explore Amherst Reads to hear a conversation about the book between Judy Frank and Professor Anston Bosman, read an excerpt, and much more!
For more information: https://www.amherst.edu/mm/56999

Space Available in Thesis Writers' Workshop Dec. 2
There are still few spaces available in "Refresh Your Mindset," a Writing Center workshop designed to help senior thesis writers maintain a productive attitude about their projects. Register now; the workshop meets Tuesday, Dec. 2, from 6:15 to 7:45 p.m.
For more information: https://www.amherst.edu/aboutamherst/news/calendar/events/node/570542

Need Funding for Community Engagement Programming? Try SCEF!
The Student Community Engagement Fund (SCEF) provides students funding and support for initiatives and programming that strengthens the culture of community engagement at Amherst College. Students and student groups may apply for funding from SCEF through the Web form at the link below. The SCEF committee meets every Monday at 7 p.m. in the CCE (Keefe Campus Center 102), recognizing the need for flexibility and availability of funding. In order to be considered for funding at a meeting, all applications must be submitted by Sunday at 5 p.m. (the day before meeting with the SCEF committee).
For more information: https://www.amherst.edu/academiclife/cce/lead/funding/scef

Workers Needed for Hockey Games over Thanksgiving Break-- Paid Positions
We are looking for student workers to help manage the hockey games scheduled over Thanksgiving break. You do not need any experience in order to work. You will be instructed by your supervisor prior to the game. Most positions will be required to show up an hour prior to game time. Games last around two hours. The game schedule is as follows: this Friday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m.; this Saturday, Nov. 22, at 3 p.m.; next Saturday, Nov. 29, time TBD; and next Sunday, Nov. 30, at 3 p.m. Please email jbussard@amherst.edu if you are interested in working at any of these games. We need workers! You will be compensated for your work. We greatly appreciate your assistance-- thank you!

Latest 'Well Mixed' Post by Antara Ganguli '01: Wordsworth Would Have Been a Diver
Don't miss the latest "Well Mixed" blog post by Antara Ganguli '01 on why she thinks Wordsworth would have been a diver.
For more information: https://amherstwellmixed.wordpress.com/

Participate in the Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Respect Survey
Students -- Have you made yourself heard yet? If 385 more students complete the Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Respect Survey, that will bring the participant total above 50% -- a huge milestone. Please see the invite in your email and take the survey by Sat., Dec. 21. Thanks!

Writing Center Kicks Off Reading Period with Write-In Dec. 11
Amherst College is joining 20+ other colleges in organizing a Write-In during Reading Period. We are working out the details, but **Save the date** on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2:30 to 6 p.m., to work on your final papers, in the company of other writers and with Writing Center and Library staff on hand for mini-lessons and individual help. Details will be posted on the Writing Center website, Twitter and Facebook page and the campus Event Calendar soon! (Read more about the International Write-In at http://wp.me/p3ITl0-kk.)
For more information: https://www.amherst.edu/academiclife/support/writingcenter

PLEN Women's Leadership in Public Policy Seminar Jan. 13-16: Apply by Dec. 12
The Career Center and Women's & Gender Center are providing funding for two women to attend the PLEN Women's Leadership in Public Policy Seminar, Jan. 13-16, 2015, in Washington, D.C. This seminar is aimed at college women considering careers in public policy and offers students an opportunity to learn about a variety of policy issues from the women who work to advance policy every day. Highlights of the seminar include visits to policy organizations, policy briefings with women experts, professional-development workshops and an advocacy training. Sophomores, juniors and seniors are eligible. For more information visit the PLEN website. For application instructions, please visit Quest. The deadline to apply is Dec. 12.

 
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