My Voice Fall 2014

My Voice: Learning While Mentoring

Last spring Kelsey Cowen ’16 approached me about potentially doing an internship with the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension (UNHCE) and NH Sea Grant, where I am a marine fisheries specialist working with New Hampshire’s commercial fishing industry and coastal habitat conservation. Kelsey had…... » Read more

The Maven: The Power of You

As a distinguished Mount Holyoke alumna your degree will certainly be a factor in securing an initial interview. However, in order to maximize your impact during this critical conversation, you will need to employ a set of strategies to ensure that you put your best…... » Read more

Judith O’Connor Hayes ’68 Excavates in Isreal

Last spring Judith O’Connor Hayes ’68 received the Frances Mary Hazen Fellowship, allowing her to participate in a monthlong excavation in Huqoq, Israel. Awarded to a candidate in the field of classics, the Hazen Fellowship is one of eight fellowships offered annually by the Alumnae…... » Read more

Sehba Sarwar

Sehba Sarwar ’86 Answers “What is Home?”

Alumna Wins Fellowship to Pen New Memoir The 1905 Fellowship, awarded last spring by the Alumnae Association to Sehba Sarwar ’86, is one of a few grants currently funding Sarwar’s memoir, What Is Home? “Everything I do is centered around that question,” she says when describing the breadth of…... » Read more