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Content by Category - Curriculum & Teaching

  • Title: Oral History, Theory and Method
    Publication Date: Mon, April 30th 2012
    Summary: How do Hampshire students approach the complexity of history? In Sociology Professor Wilson Valentín-Escobar's oral history class, they challenge prevailing concepts of history by giving voice to previously unheard communities.
    Categories: Curriculum & Teaching    Teaching & Education    Social Science    
  • Title: More to Discover
    Publication Date: Mon, April 30th 2012
    Summary: What do DNA self-assembly, screenwriting, robotic creatures, neuroscience, and agricultural studies have in common? Hampshire students know the answer.
    Categories: Curriculum & Teaching    Teaching & Education    
  • Title: More Than a Classroom: Animation and Interdisciplinary Collaboration
    Publication Date: Mon, April 30th 2012
    Summary: Over the last four years, Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences Chris Perry has created a sequence of courses at Hampshire that bring interdisciplinary collaboration into the animation classroom.
    Categories: Computer Science    Film    Curriculum & Teaching    
  • Title: Earth Resources: Out of the Classroom
    Publication Date: Mon, April 30th 2012
    Summary: We dropped in on Steve Roof, associate professor of earth and environmental science. We found that professor Roof often brings his enthusiasm for earth science into the classroom by taking his students out of it.
    Categories: Science    Geology    Curriculum & Teaching    
  • Title: Hampshire College Animation Demo Reel
    Publication Date: Mon, April 30th 2012
    Summary: A diverse sampling of the exceptional animation work produced by Hampshire College students.
    Categories: Film    Computer Science    Curriculum & Teaching    
  • Title: Oral History, Theory and Method
    Publication Date: Wed, March 28th 2012
    Summary: How do Hampshire students approach the complexity of history? In Sociology Professor Wilson Valentín-Escobar's oral history class, they challenge prevailing concepts of history by giving voice to previously unheard communities.
    Categories: Curriculum & Teaching    History    Sociology    
  • Title: More to Discover
    Publication Date: Wed, March 28th 2012
    Summary: What do DNA self-assembly, screenwriting, robotic creatures, neuroscience, and agricultural studies have in common? Hampshire students know the answer.
    Categories: Curriculum & Teaching    Teaching & Education    
  • Title: More Than a Classroom: Animation and Interdisciplinary Collaboration
    Publication Date: Wed, March 28th 2012
    Summary: Over the last four years, Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences Chris Perry has created a sequence of courses at Hampshire that bring interdisciplinary collaboration into the animation classroom.
    Categories: Computer Science    Film    Curriculum & Teaching    
  • Title: Hampshire College Animation Demo Reel
    Publication Date: Wed, March 28th 2012
    Summary: A diverse sampling of the exceptional animation work produced by Hampshire College students.
    Categories: Film    Computer Science    Curriculum & Teaching    
  • Title: Div III in 10 Words or Less?
    Publication Date: Wed, March 28th 2012
    Summary: Hampshire students complete their academic programs with a final stage of work known as Division III. Div III students (as they're called on campus) undertake yearlong, self-designed projects that tie together and expand on their earlier work.
    Categories: Curriculum & Teaching    
  • Title: Earth Resources: Out of the Classroom
    Publication Date: Wed, March 28th 2012
    Summary: We dropped in on Steve Roof, associate professor of earth and environmental science. We found that professor Roof often brings his enthusiasm for earth science into the classroom by taking his students out of it.
    Categories: Science    Geology    Curriculum & Teaching    
  • Title: Location, Location, Location...
    Publication Date: Wed, March 28th 2012
    Summary: Perhaps you've heard that our home, Amherst, Massachusetts was voted one of the best college towns in America. In order to test this claim, we set up a rigorous scientific study on the subject.
    Categories: Teaching & Education    Curriculum & Teaching    Learning Resources    
  • Title: Evolutionary Computation
    Publication Date: Thu, October 30th 2008
    Summary: In this video, Professor Lee Spector explains some of the power of evolutionary computation.
    Categories: Computer Science    Curriculum & Teaching    
  • Title: Pedal Power
    Publication Date: Wed, October 29th 2008
    Summary: First-year student Noah Kellerman explores the possibilities of using human-generated pedal power for small-scale farming.
    Categories: Curriculum & Teaching    Agricultural    Mechanical    
 
 

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