Hampshire College

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Hampshire College,

at Amherst, Mass.; coeducational; opened 1970. The emphasis of the academic program is on the individual needs of the students. Hampshire participates in a cooperative arrangement with Amherst, Smith, and Mount Holyoke colleges and the Univ. of Massachusetts.
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The College Fix reported that this was not the first time Hampshire College made headlines for its politically correct overreactions: The school garnered national attention in 2016 for lowering the American flag shortly after the election of President Trump in a move that the college president claimed was made "solely to facilitate much-needed dialogue on our campus about how to dismantle the bigotry that is prevalent in our society.
He shares, "Students, faculty, staff, senior campus leaders and trustees at Hampshire College all share a real interest in and commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Hampshire college may be small but it has been big in social activism.
He also brings "a wealth of practical experience" to the position, having planned and implemented a $125 million financial campaign while working at Hampshire College from 2002 to 2007.
Education Department says aid requests at more than a dozen New Hampshire colleges and universities went up 16 percent overall from last year.
In her year at Hampshire College, Roper, who had also trained in Boston Ballet's summer program and the Burklyn Ballet Theatre, could not resist the pull of the studio and took classes at nearby Mt.
forces that makes Iraq attractive as a battlefield for Al Qaeda," says Michael Klare, professor of peace and world security studies at Hampshire College.
In 1974 he went to Hampshire College of Agriculture to study Game and Estate Management.
Karen Warren, a well-known experiential education professor from Hampshire College, wrote her doctoral dissertation on "Unpacking the Knapsack of Outdoor Experiential Education: Race, Gender and Class Sensitive Outdoor Leadership" (Warren 1999) in which she combines the concepts of social justice and leadership theories.
The series Different Takes, produced by the Population and Development Program at Hampshire College (Amherst, Massachussetts, USA), brings cutting-edge analysis of controversial population, development, reproductive health and environmental issue to journalist, policymakers, scholars and activists.
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