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Asta Kihlbom

Asta Kihlbom was a university lecturer at Uppsala University, Lund University, University College London and London University, and professor at the University of Oslo and University of Bergen. 553 more words

Sheroes Of History

Roberts on, "If you put a girl in a school you can save a country"

Written by Kimberly Quitzon, Vice President 

Emmy Award-winning political commentator and “Living Legend” Cokie Roberts visited MSMU’s Chalon campus to share some words of inspiration, in celebration of the institutes 90th year. 239 more words


Kassandra Jolley named vice president for advancement

Kassandra Jolley, an innovative leader who has led development and communications enterprises at Spelman College in Atlanta for the past eight years, has been named Mount Holyoke’s next vice president for advancement. 158 more words

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Girly Stuff

If you’re a guy or if talking about personal girly stuff gives you the heebie-jeebies, then you might want to skip this post and scroll along. 747 more words

'Unattractive' women get lower grades, study finds

A few days ago, I stumbled across an article by the Telegraph education section related to research carried out by Metropolitan State University of Denver (an open-enrollment institution with many non-traditional age students) that found that seemingly ‘unattractive’ women were gaining significantly lower grades in exams and coursework compared to their more physically appealing female counterparts. 734 more words


Teaching Strength

A few weeks ago my soil science students started their labs. There are about sixty students in the class and I have them broken into fifteen small groups. 1,055 more words


MHC receives award for global education

This week marks the 16th anniversary of International Education Week and yesterday in Washington, DC, MHC President Lynn Pasquerella ’80 accepted the 2015 Senator Paul Simon Award for excellence in international education on behalf of the College. 89 more words