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Archived announcements for May, 2005

Amherst College Hosts Keepers of the Word Storytellers April 30
Storytellers from across the country will spin their tales at the 13th annual Keepers of the Word Storytelling Festival, a day-long event on Saturday, April 30, in the Keefe Campus Center Frontroom at Amherst College. Performances will be held at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/keepers04.html

The Constitution & the Imagining of America Session II
Saturday, April 30, 9-10:30 a.m. Session II - Alumni House. Moderator: Martha Saxton - History and Women's and Gender Studies, Amherst College. "The Allure of Political Activism and Civic Engagement: Alumni Perspectives." Bethany Li, Poverty Program, Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law; Andrew Luger, candidate for Hennepin County Attorney, Minn.; Paula Goodman Maccabee '77, former member St. Paul, Minn., City Council; Warren Tolman '82, former Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor and governor of Massachusetts.

April 30: The Constitution & the Imagining of America, Session III
Session III -- Saturday, April 30 11-12:30 p.m., Alumni House.Moderator: Martha Umphrey - Law, Jurisprudence & Social Thought, Amherst College. "The Inevitability (and the Responsibility) of Interpretation," Professor Peggy Davis - New York University Law School.

April 30 -- The Constitution & the Imagining of America, Session IV
Session IV - Saturday, April 30, 2-3:30 p.m., Alumni House. Moderator: Andrew Parker - English, Amherst College. "Con-fusion: How Constitutional Politics Have Merged with Constitutional Law and Turned Judicial Activism Upside Down," Lincoln Caplan, Editor, "Legal Affairs."

The Constitution & the Imagining of America: Session I
Session I: Friday, April 29, 4-5:30 p.m., Alumni House. Moderator: Thomas Dumm, Political Science, Amherst College. "What Do We Mean by 'Judicial Activism'?” Peter Rubin, president of the American Constitution Society and professor at Georgetown Law Center.

Stressed Students To Enjoy a “Dog Day” at Amherst College April 30
The Class of ’06 at Amherst College has scheduled a “Dog Day” for students, faculty and staff—and their four-legged companions—from 12 noon until 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 30, on the Valentine Quadrangle at Amherst College. Students at Amherst College are not permitted to keep dogs; many employees of the college do.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/cobbs04.html

Amherst Spring Formal on April 30
On Saturday, April 30, the Spring Formal will take place from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Valentine Quad. There will be free food, and admission is free.

April 30 -- The Constitution & the Imagining of America, Session V
Session V- Saturday, April 30, 4-5:30 p.m., Alumni House. Roundtable on "The Constitution and the Problems/Possibilities of Judicial Activism." Moderator: Austin Sarat - Law, Jurisprudence & Social Thought. Panelists: Lincoln Caplan, Editor of "Legal Affairs"; the Hon. Louis Pollak, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; Professor Peggy Davis - New York University Law School.

Spring Carnival on May 1
SoCo Presents the Spring Carnival on Sunday, May 1, from noon to 4 p.m. on the Campus Center lawn. Come out and enjoy the festivities.

Annual Spring Art Parade May 1
Please join us Sunday, May 1, on the freshman quad at noon to begin this year's Annual Spring Art Parade. Friends and families are heartily welcome! We will gather at noon on the quad and begin the parade at 1 p.m. Our course will take us on a loop around the campus. This event is brought to you by the residents of Marsh house. Note: This event was previously scheduled, but canceled due to poor parade weather conditions.

Biology Honors Research Presentations Will Be Held May 2
Biology Honors Research Presentations will be given Monday, May 2, beginning at 2 p.m. in Merrill 3, moving to Merrill 4 at 3:30 pm. These talks will discuss the Biology research projects from the various laboratories in the Biology Department, undertaken by the following students from the Class of 2005: Allison Campbell, Leslie Curren (Interdisciplinary), Gregory Dibelius, Eva Gladek, Tristan Hedrick, Elinor Lee, Alison Rodriguez, Indrani Saran (Interdisciplinary), Kathryn Shaw and Jiovani Visaya (Interdisciplinary); a shorter presentation of her initial research will be given by Jessica Blanton '06E. The talks will run from 2 to 6 p.m., resume at 7 p.m. and end at 8:30 p.m.

Choral Society Commencement Concert on May 21
The Amherst College Choral Society will present its annual Commencement concert on Saturday, May 21, at 9:15 p.m. in Buckley Recital Hall. The Choral Society, which includes the Women's Chorus, the Men's Glee Club and the Concert Choir, is directed by Mallorie Chernin and Chad Mills '04, assistant director. The Madrigal Singers will also perform. The program will feature music from each group's spring concert as well as College songs. Tickets--$6 general admission, $3 for senior citizens, children under 13 and Amherst College students--may be reserved by calling x.2484 or purchased at the lobby of Converse Hall during Commencement registration or at the door before the concert.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/%7Emusic/Events.htm

Amherst College Orchestra Presents Senior Concerto Spectacula Thursday, May 5
On Thursday, May 5, at 8 p.m. in Buckley Rectial Hall, the Amherst College Orchestra will present five concertos for solo instruments and orchestra, showcasing the talents of six graduating Amherst seniors. Admission is free. Violinist Holly Myers '05 will perform Dvorak's "Romance," conducted by senior Rachel Dunham '05; violinist Elisa Mai '05 will perform movements from Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D major; cellist Nicholas Juul '05 will perform Dvorak's "Waldesruhe"; violist Anders Meyer '05 will perform Benjamin Britten's "Lachrymae"; and Albert Lee '05 will close the concert with the first movement of the violin concerto by Jan Sibelius. Come enjoy the artistry of, and bid a fond farewell to, some of our finest classical players!

Political Science Lecture on
Michael Mannin, Loewenstein Fellow, will give a talk titled "Tony Blair, Britain and Europe" on Tuesday, May 3, at 4:30 p.m. in Porter Lounge, Converse Hall. Britain will vote next week in General Elections and France will vote May 29 on the Constitution for Europe.

University of Geneva Study Abroad Session May 3
David Jemielity '88 will speak to interested students on Tuesday, May 3, in Fayerweather 113 about his work as a translator from French to English and about the University of Geneva Study Abroad Program he is currently directing. This program is a one-semester interdisciplinary program for students who are native English speakers and who wish to learn French in a very intense and rigorous manner, but who also want to sample other academic disciplines (in English). The program draws together a number of courses in areas linked to the "topos" of Geneva (international law, diplomacy, Enlightenment history and literature, philosophy, and art, banking and finance, the British Romantic Poets, etc.), with about half the coursework done in English and half done in French. In contrast to many study-abroad programs, UGE brings in professors from four different universities to teach the various courses; so, for instance, the class on linguistic variety in Switzerland is taught by the world famous socio- linguist Pete Trudgill, of the University of Friburg. No class is taught by teaching assistants. The 2005 program begins in early September, although students can take an extra cycle of intensive French starting in mid-August if they wish. The semester ends in mid-December.

College Meeting on Wednesday, May 4
The College Meeting, the undergraduate awards ceremony, will take place on Wednesday, May 4, in the Cole Assembly Room (Converse 108) at 4 p.m. All are invited to attend.

Hillel Kieval Lecture on May 5
Hillel Kieval, Gloria M. Goldstein Professor of Jewish Thought and Chair of History at the University of Washington, will speak on “The Talmud in the Court of Public Opinion: A Jewish Dilemma in Modern Europe” on Thursday, May 5, at 4:30 p.m. in Chapin 101. Professor Kieval’s research interests range widely from Jewish acculturation and integration in Central and Eastern Europe to the impact of national and ethnic conflict on the formation of modern Jewish identities, and from the discursive practices of modern anti-Semitism to Jewish collective responses to Nazi genocide. The talk is sponsored by the Religion Department and the Willis D. Wood Fund and is free and open to the public.

Amherst College Orchestra Presents Senior Concerto Spectacular, May 5
The Amherst College Orchestra will present five concertos for solo instruments and orchestra, performed by six graduating Amherst seniors, at 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 5, in Buckley Recital Hall in the Arms Music Building at Amherst College. Admission is free.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/orchestra204.html

New Apparel by KD&H-The Classic Lord Jeff Amherst Collection
Come check out the prototypes for the new Amherst apparel by KD&H. Fill out a survey to let us know what you think. We will be in the Keefe Campus Center on Thursday, May 5, from 12 to 2 p.m. There will be free cookies and a chance to win a free monogrammed signature polo shirt.
For more information: www.kdhclassics.com

Seniors: Senior Assembly Is Friday, May 6
Seniors are reminded that Senior Assembly is this Friday, May 6, at 5 p.m. in Johnson Chapel. Please line up outside the chapel--in your cap and gown--no later than 4:35 p.m. The Senior Commencement Committee--Ben Bearnot '05, Roz Foster '05 and Jin- Young Kim '05 -- will marshal the class. If you're receiving a prize, please assemble near the front of the line. Senior Assembly features the presentation of senior prizes and a talk by a member of the faculty. The Class of 2005 has invited Prof. Kim Townsend to speak. All are invited to attend.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/commencement

RC positions available for 2005-06
In anticipation of some Residential Counselor openings for the 2005-06 academic year, we are looking to find some students interested in filling these positions. If you are interested, please stop by the Residential Life Office as soon as possible to pick up an application. All applications will be due Wednesday, May 4, at 4 p.m. Please feel free to contact Kristie Miller at klmiller@amherst.edu if you have any questions.

Recital by Voice Students of Ann Maggs on Friday, May 6, at 6:30 p.m.
Voice students of Ann Maggs will present a song recital of jazz, blues and showtunes on Friday, May 6, at 6:30 p.m. in Room 3 of Arms Music Center. The recital is free and open to the public.

Amherst College Professor Ilan Stavans is Editor of New Encyclopedia Latina
Ilan Stavans, the Lewis-Sebring Professor of Latin American and Latino Cultures at Amherst College is the editor of the Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, Society, a multidisciplinary, one-million-word four-volume reference work on Latinos in America, covering history, literature, art, popular and folk cultures, science, politics, religion, business, demographics and law.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/encyclopedia04.html

Peter Pouncey, President Emeritus, is Author of New Novel
Peter Pouncey, the president emeritus of Amherst College, recently published Rules for Old Men Waiting, a novel about three wars of the 20th century and a marriage. According to novelist and memoirist Frank McCourt, it is “a deeply sensual, moving, thrilling novel that calls for a second and third reading—it is that rich.”
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/pouncey04.html

David W. Wills is Author of Christianity in the United States
David W. Wills, the Winthrop H. Smith ’16 Professor of American History and American Studies (Religion and Black Studies) at Amherst College, is the author of Christianity in the United States: A Historical Survey and Interpretation, a brief but comprehensive study that provides a broad interpretation and a wealth of factual information on the history of Christianity in the United States.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/wills204.html

Rachel McCracken ’04 Receives Law and Society Prize
Rachel McCracken, who graduated from Amherst College last year with a degree in Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought (LJST), has received the 2005 Law and Society Association Undergraduate Paper Prize, awarded to an undergraduate student whose paper “best represents outstanding law and society research.” McCracken’s honors thesis, for which she was awarded a degree summa cum laude, was “Inside Out and Upside Down in Indian Country: Law’s Colonization of the Native Nations.”
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/mccracken04.html

Curricular Computing Summer Applications Available
Curricular Computing's Summer Intern Program is currently accepting applications from the faculty for projects involving the use of technology in teaching. It is also accepting projects from returning Amherst students who are interested in working on these projects this summer. The program will run from June 1 to July 29.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~ccs/summer2005

Update on the Activities of the Committee on Academic Priorities (CAP)
The committee is currently reviewing planning documents from all academic departments and programs, as well as from the Library, the Department of Information Technology and other departments. On January 7 the committee members met with the Trustees and with other college committees to be briefed about facilities needs, and on April 1 to be briefed about financial aid. They will discuss their semester's work with the Trustees on May 20. They have also talked with representatives of the working groups that have continued the work of the Special Committee on the Amherst Education (2002-03). The committee will submit its recommendations to the president and the Committee of Six in December 2005 for consideration by the Faculty. The CAP wants to have an open process and is now soliciting comments from all members of the Amherst community. To make a suggestion or share your thoughts about Amherst, please send an e-mail to cap@amherst.edu or a letter to AC #2218.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~cap

In Memoriam: Prof. Emeritus Henry Dunbar '44
Prof. Emeritus Henry F. Dunbar died Thursday, May 5. He was 82 years old. A 1944 graduate of Amherst, Dunbar taught at the college from 1953 until his retirement in 1993. More information may be posted as it becomes available.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/memoriam/dunbar44.html

Interested in being a mentor for the 2005-06 school year?
Join Amherst TEACH's brand new partnership with the mentoring program at Amherst Regional High School! Amherst TEACH will find you a placement in the mentoring program at Amherst Regional High School, which aims "to improve the academic standing of young people and enable them to become productive, responsible adults by creating one-to-one mentoring relationships between ARHS students and qualified adults volunteers" (Program description). As a mentor, you'd be spending 1-2 hours per week at the high school. Mentors will also participate in a monthly discussion/reflection event. Interested? Please email emphillips@amherst.edu

Attention, Music Center Key Holders
A reminder that all Music Department keys are to be returned to the Music Office before the middle of the exam period. Please see Suzette Farnham Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. or 1:30 to 4 p.m.

Commencement Housing Is Still Available for Family Members
Attention, seniors: Housing is still available in the dormitories for your family members for Friday and Saturday evenings of Commencement Weekend. If interested, please come to the Office of Public Affairs, Converse 306, to fill out a room reservation form and make payment. Housing is $25 per person per night (children 12 and under free).

Computer Center Here for You Through Finals
The IT Department wants to remind you of all the resources available for you over Reading Period and exams. More than 50 computers are available in the Seeley Mudd Computer Center until 3 a.m. every night.The basement (40 more computers) is open evenings until 3 a.m. If you want to stay later any night, stop by before 4:30 p.m. on weekdays and sign up to keep the Center open. If you have any computer-related questions (How do I make a web page? My computer's started acting weird -- can you help me? How do I edit this photo?), call (413)542-7921 or drop by the Computer Center and speak to the student Supervisor. We'll help you out as much as we can or set up an appointment with an expert.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/it

Attention, Students Receiving Allergy Shots
All students receiving allergy shots at the Keefe Health Center need to pick up their refrigerated serum by May 13, 2005.

Annual Emily Dickinson Poetry Walk and Concert Commemorate Poet’s Death
The Emily Dickinson Museum in Amherst will sponsor the annual Emily Dickinson Poetry Walk on Saturday, May 14, at 1 p.m. The walk honors the memory of poet Emily Dickinson, who died on May 15, 1886. The event is free and open to the public. At 4 p.m., the Museum and Amherst’s First Congregational Church are co-sponsoring a special concert of Emily Dickinson’s poems set to music. The concert is the season finale of the church’s Music on Main concert series.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/walk05.html

Amherst College Will Honor High School Teachers on Commencement Weekend
Five secondary school teachers who challenged, inspired and moved members of the Class of 2005 will receive the Phebe and Zephaniah Swift Moore Teaching Awards at Amherst College’s Senior Class Exercises at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, during Commencement Weekend.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/swifties200504.html

Amherst College Choral Society To Present Commencement Concert May 21
The Amherst College Choral Society will present its annual Commencement concert at 9:15 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, in Buckley Recital Hall in the Arms Music Building at Amherst College. The Choral Society, which includes the Women’s Chorus, the Men’s Glee Club and the Concert Choir, is directed by Mallorie Chernin and Chad Mills ’04, assistant director. The Madrigal Singers, directed by Katherine Willis ’06, Andrea Kahn ’08 and Jay Buchman ’06, also will perform. The program will feature music from each group’s spring concert as well as traditional Amherst College songs. Tickets are $6 for general admission and $3 for senior citizens, children 12 and under and Amherst College students. Tickets may be reserved by calling 413/542-2484.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/choralsociety04.html

Medical Services During Commencement Period
From Monday, May 16, to Sunday, May 22, Amherst College Health Services at the Keefe Health Center will be open as follows: May 16 through 20 - 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, May 21 - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, May 22 - 10 to 2 p.m. Students continue to be "covered" for urgent medical needs at the University of Massachusetts Health Center (577-5000), during hours when the Keefe Health Center is closed. Visitors and families may utilize the University Health Center (577-5000) for medical urgencies on a "fee-for- service" basis.

Annual Student Art Exhibition
The 2005 Annual Student Exhibition of the Fine Arts Department of Amherst College opens at the Eli Marsh Gallery in Fayerweather Hall on May 9 and runs through May 22. The exhibition features the achievements of students during this academic year in painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking and photography. Selected work from senior honors projects will be represented as well. The opening reception is on Thursday, May 12, at 4:30 p.m. at the Eli Marsh Gallery. The gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, with special weekend hours during Commencement of 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, and Sunday, May 22.

Senior Commencement Speakers Named
Thanks to all seniors who participated in choosing student Commencement speakers! John D. Pourciau '05 will be the student speaker at Commencement on Sunday, May 22. Ali Hassan '05, Gabriel Mattera '05 and Kate Stayman-London '05 will speak at Senior Class Exercises on Saturday, May 21.

Seniors! Remember to Pick Up Commencement Tickets!
Congratulations, seniors, on your upcoming graduation. Remember, all graduating seniors may pick up three Commencement tickets (to be used if Commencement Exercises are held *indoors*) beginning at 1 p.m. Friday, May 20, in the Converse Lobby. (Please bring your student ID.) The first 300 graduating seniors to pick up their tickets may also pick up one extra ticket, which will be distributed one per person, first come- first served, until they are gone. Sunday lunch tickets will be distributed at the same time -- so please do come pick up your tickets before the weekend gets underway. Congratulations again, and all the best for Commencement.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/commencement

Commencement Honorands Announced
At Commencement this Sunday, May 22, Amherst College will present honorary degrees to Kazuo Asakai '67, the Japanese ambassador to the European Union; Shigeru Ban, an architect known for his use of non-traditional building materials; Natalie Zemon Davis, ground-breaking historian and author of "The Return of Martin Guerre"; Paul E. Farmer, physician, medical anthropologist and founder of Partners in Health; Senator John Glenn, former American fighter pilot, astronaut and politician; Amy Rosenzweig '88, biochemist and winner of a MacArthur “genius” grant; Robert Stone, novelist and former visiting writer at Amherst; and William Julius Wilson, sociologist of urban poverty . The college will honor Stephen R. Pflaum '62 of Minneapolis , Minn. , with the Medal for Eminent Service. The honorary marshal will be F. David Lake, Jr. '64.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/04/precommencement04.htm

In Memoriam: Phyllis (Sutherland) Benedict
The Johnson Chapel flag has been lowered to half- staff in memory of Phyllis (Sutherland) Benedict, who died April 14, 2005. She worked at Amherst for 24 years in the Dean of Students Office and in the Music Department as Assistant to the Chair/Secretary before retiring in 1994. She is survived by her husband, William B. Benedict, of The Villages, FL.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/memoriam/benedict.html

Commencement Outdoors Today
In order to avoid restricted seating at Commencement, today's 10 a.m. Commencement Exercises will be held outdoors, on the Main Quadrangle. Intermittent showers are forecast, so please bring umbrellas and appropriate rain gear.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/commencement/

Benefits Open Office Hours May 25
Turn in your Open Enrollment paperwork: medical and dental insurance changes, sliding scale applications, life insurance changes, etc. Or just ask a question. The Benefits Office will hold "open hours" on Wednesday, May 25, from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in Room 201 of the Keefe Campus Center.

Twenty Faculty Members Receive FRAP Awards this Spring
Please visit the Dean of the Faculty’s Website at http://www.amherst.edu/~deanfac/funding /frapawardspring05.html to view information about funding awards made to members of the Faculty in April 2005 through the college’s Faculty Research Award Program (FRAP), which supports the research activities of all regular full- and part-time, tenured and tenure-track Amherst faculty members. Since 2000, FRAP has been endowed by the H. Axel Schupf ’57 Fund for Intellectual Life.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~deanfac/funding/frapawardspring05.html

College Health Services During Reunion Period
From Wednesday, May 25, to Sunday, May 29, Amherst College Health Services at the Keefe Health Center will be open as follows: Friday, May 27 - 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, May 28 - 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. During other hours, services at the University Health Center (577-5000) will be provided on a “fee-for-service” basis.

Alumni Holiday/Reunion is May 25 - 29, 2005
Alumni Holiday/Reunion is May 25-29, 2005. Please be sure to check out the updated schedule, which includes program locations, online at www.amherst.edu/reunion. We hope you are able to join alumni and their guests for the festivities! Alumni Holiday/Reunion is sponsored by the Office of Alumni and Parent Programs. Questions? Call the Office of Alumni and Parent Programs at x2313.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/alumni/events/reunions/

 
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