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Archived announcements for July, 2005

Benefits and Services Fair-Raffle Results
The annual Benefits and Services Fair, held on May 10 in the Mullins- Faerber Room, allowed participants to pose benefits-related questions to representatives of the benefit plans as well as members of the Human Resources staff. Participants registered for a number of raffle prizes. For a listing of the prizes and lucky winners visit http://www.amherst.edu/~hr/Announcement/Prize05BenefitFair.html.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~hr/Announcement/Prize05BenefitFair.html

Emily Dickinson Museum Marks Second Anniversary on “Amherst Day” June 26
The Emily Dickinson Museum will celebrate its annual “Amherst Day” on Sunday, June 26, marking the second anniversary of the joining of the Homestead and Evergreens as a single museum. Regular guided tours on that day are offered to town residents at half-price admission from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Museum will also host a landscape walking tour of the historic Dickinson properties at 280 and 214 Main Street on June 26 at 2 p.m. Immediately following the outdoor event, the Museum will offer an open house at the Homestead and The Evergreens from 4 to 5 p.m.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/05/2005_06summer.html

Housing Needed for Professional Summer Faculty
The Office of Summer Programs seeks various types of accommodation for visiting summer faculty who will be in Amherst between June 14 and August 8. Yellow Barn, a summer chamber music training program and festival based in Putney, Vt., will be in residence at Amherst College in 2005. Yellow Barn needs housing in the Amherst area for its distinguished faculty of world-renowned performers and educators. Needs range from one bedroom in a shared house to a full three-bedroom house. Lengths of time vary from one week to eight weeks. Yellow Barn is fully insured.Professional cleaning services will be provided. Fair market rental where required. Housing providers will receive complimentary season passes to Yellow Barn events in Amherst and Putney. For additional information, please contact administrator Maurey McNaughton at (800) 639-3819, ext. 101 or maurey@yellowbarn.org.
For more information: www.yellowbarn.org

July 20 Biology Lecture
Erik Parens, Ph.D., senior research scholar at the Hastings Center in New York and adjunct associate professor at Vassar's Program in Science, Technology and Society, will present "Genetic Differences and Human Identities: Harms, Benefits and Behavioral Genetics" on Wednesday, July 20, in Amherst College's Merrill 4 Lecture Hall at 4 p.m. This is a part of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Summer Teachers' Workshop on "Biology in the Genomic Age."

“Poetry in the Garden” at the Emily Dickinson Museum July 10, 17, and 24
The Emily Dickinson Museum will host “Poetry in the Garden,” a series of Sunday afternoon readings of Dickinson’s poems in the garden at the Homestead at 280 Main St. in Amherst, Mass. On Sunday, July 10, at 2 p.m., Alan Powers, professor of literature at Bristol Community College, will present “Dickinson’s Birdtalk,” readings from works by Emily Dickinson that employ descriptions and images of birds. On Sunday, July 17, at 2 p.m., Harrison Gregg, moderator of Amherst Town Meeting, will focus on the poet’s ironic and witty work in “Dickinson the Satirist.” On Sunday, July 24, at 2 p.m., “Dickinson’s Most Enigmatic Poems” will be the focus of readings and discussion led by Susan Snively, director of the Writing Center at Amherst College.
For more information: www.amherst.edu/~pubaff/news/news_releases/05/2005_06gardenreading.html

 
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