Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
The 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic has had a global impact. Locally, in Amherst County and Amherst, Massachusetts, the operations of educational institutional (K-12 and higher education), area business and daily activities of the community have changed. This archive documents the developing response to COVID-19 in County, Government, and the administration of Hampshire College. The archive also documents the effect on faculty and staff as well as student life.
Records documenting the work of the Hampshire College Board of Trustees from 1965-2008. Includes founding documents for Hampshire College; Trustee by-laws; minutes, agendas from quarterly Board of Trustee meetings; memoranda, reports, statistical summaries, and committee reports; and records from Trustee committees, including the Committee for the Evaluation of the President and Vice-President and two presidential search committees.
Recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted by historian Amy Mittelman with Hampshire College founders, faculty, and administrators between 1986 and 2014.
The papers of Kenneth Rosenthal, the firest treasurer of Hampshire College, who served from 1971 to 1975. Prior to his tenure as treasurer, Rosenthal was instrumental in planning for the College. He served as Secretary of the College from 1975-1976.
Documents the activities of Hampshire College's Office of the President. Includes reports, speeches, and publications from the current administration, information on current leadership, and historical and biographical information on past Presidents of Hampshire.