1. Peter Singer at Hood College

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    Peter Singer, philosopher and author of "The Life You Can Save," shares his views on ethics, morality how to make the world a better place.

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    • David Hein on C.S. Lewis

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      David Hein, Ph.D., professor of religion at Hood College, co-authored and edited a book that gives new insight into the thinking and the life of one of the world’s most prolific and influential writers, C.S. Lewis.

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      • Honors Program

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        The Honors Program at Hood is a four-year curriculum of adventurous, intellectual pursuit for exceptional undergraduate students. Classes are small, highly interactive and taught by some of Hood's most dynamic professors. Through seminars, cultural opportunities, special events and social activities, Honors students become part of a close-knit community. From the faculty and from one another, Honors program students discover a new way of learning: a passion for inquiry, a creative engagement with ideas. Honors courses, often team-taught, range beyond traditional boundaries and investigate the intersections of diverse fields. The program is highly selective, admitting a limited number of outstanding students each year. Successful applicants are awarded Hood’s top merit scholarship, renewable annually. Learn more about the Honors Program at http://www.hood.edu/Academics/Hood-Honors-Program/index.html

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        • "Wench" lecture with Dolen Parkins-Valdez

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          Dolen Perkins-Valdez wrote the acclaimed novel "Wench," which tells the story of four black enslaved women in the years preceding the Civil War. In her debut novel, Perkins-Valdez explores the moral complexities of slavery and raises provocative questions of power and freedom, love and dependence. On a visit to Hood College Perkins-Valdez gives a lecture and an interview about her book including advice to young writers. More information on Perkins-Valdez and "Wench" can be found on her website www.dolenperkinsvaldez.com/ Find out more about a Hood College education at www.hood.edu

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          • Study Abroad

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            Hood College students may study abroad in any approved program in virtually every part of the world. The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures works closely with many well-established and respected exchange programs for students wishing to study abroad. Find more information about the program at http://www.hood.edu/studyabroad/

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            • 6 Words, 6 Photographers Slide Show

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              The Hood College experience can be nicely summarized in six keywords; "Practical, Brainy, Charming, Surprising, Friendly and Exciting." Commencing as the Fall 2010 semester began, six photographers set out to capture the spirit of those words in photographs. Unlimited access, discerning eyes and a great campus environment were essential to the process. Within this slide show you'll find a sampling of their work. Check out the original blog at http://6words6photographers.blogspot.com/

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              • Ann Crittenden

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                Hood College welcomes Ann Crittenden, author of The Price of Motherhood, to speak at the College and enhance an honors course in women's studies.

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                • Uncovering History

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                  Professor Emilie Amt is a historian whose research focuses on medieval women. For her, the most exciting part of research is the detective work, putting the pieces together and seeking out answers to further our knowledge about civilizations and the people who lived long ago. Students have the opportunity to make similar discoveries themselves. Students can be selected to participate in Summer Research Institute or write departmental honors papers, and all history majors do original research for the senior seminar class. Professor Amt’s classes are filled with discussions that encourage critical thinking and debate and students who major in one of the liberal arts learn valuable lifelong skills—research, information literacy, organization and public speaking. Find out more about history at Hood College at http://www.hood.edu/academics/history/index.html

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                  • Writing 1-On-1

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                    How do you teach someone to write well? At Hood, English faculty members like Professors Trevor Dodman and Amy Gottfried use a method that is practical as well as exciting, but most importantly, it really works! Through class discussions, small-group peer workshops and one-on-one conferences with professors, students are taught to analyze their own compositions and are provided with the tools they need to write succinctly and creatively. Whether drafting a paper for a chemistry class, composing essays for graduate school applications or creating technical reports for work, knowing how to write well is an important life skill. Students rave about the results! Find out more about writing at Hood College at http://www.hood.edu/academics/english/index.html

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                    • Biology

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                      Professor Drew Ferrier is studying the effects of the Chesapeake Bays salinity on the rusty crayfish, particularly the genetic makeup of the population and their ability to tolerate the salinity and invade neighboring habitats. Students have ample opportunities to assist Professor Ferrier, either through honors projects or as part of the Summer Science Research Institute, an eight-week summer program where students work one-on-one with faculty advisers and participate in real-world research in the field and in the lab. Students gain valuable experience that can help pave the way to graduate school or the job market, or help define a career path. Find out more about biology at Hood College at http://www.hood.edu/academics/biology/index.html

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