A stimulating series of lectures and discussions. Please see the following list for a description of the classes offered during this session. Classes are led by MHC faculty and staff. Open to all alumnae, students and guests.
Opportunities, Entrepreneurship and Impact with Rick Feldman, lecturer in economics and entrepreneurship; entrepreneurship, organizations and society coordinator and chair
Join me for an interactive simulation of my curriculum demonstrating how we identify global issues, local manifestations, employ innovation and design thinking to construct solutions, as well as address the need to engage and involve the community in which the solution would be offered.
Location: Kendade 305
Documenting Mount Holyoke Student Activism in Archives and Special Collections with Leslie Fields, head of archives and special collections
From “votes for women” student organizations to the protests in the 1990s for cultural houses and need-blind admissions, Mount Holyoke has a long and robust history of student activism. Join Archives and Special Collections for a hands-on look at the letters, documents, photos and artifacts that tell these important stories — and share your own! Due to space limitations, attendance is limited to 20.
Location: Archives Reading Room, Dwight Hall
Sports Specialization for Children - Is It Better than Training as a Multisport Athlete with Dave Allen, senior lecturer in physical education and athletics; head swimming and diving coach
Today’s sports world is full of children specializing in one sport. Is that the best for high level performance? Is it in the best interest in the child athlete? How does a child in a multisport training environment excel in one sport? Join us to talk about the latest research.
Location: Kendade 203
Evolution of Rowing Technology with Seth Hussey, Lecturer in Physical Education and Athletics; Head Rowing Coach
Join us for an update on the advancements in data collection and performance measurement as incorporated by the current MHC crews. Learn about how we're using advancements in technology to improve our coaching decisions and promote athlete development. We'll also discuss current trends in modern equipment, rowing technique and racing tactics as that relates to NCAA DIII women’s rowing.
Location: Kendade 303
Friday, May 22 at 1:30pm to 1:45pm
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