Students travel to Washington, D.C. for Black History Tour

Approximately 20 students from the college participated in a Black history tour of Washington, D.C.  During the tour, the students visited the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, National Museum of American History, National Museum of the American Indian, and the… Continue reading »

Claiming Williams 2017

For the ninth annual Claiming Williams Day, the campus is invited to reflect on the theme of Moral Courage.  Through a series of workshops, panels, presentations and other activities on February 2, 2017, we will explore how, when, and why people act to do the right thing despite possible repercussions… Continue reading »

Williams Participates in the Institute on Teaching & Mentoring

Williams, in partnership with the Liberal Arts Diversity Officers consortium (LADO) attended the Institute on Teaching and Mentoring hosted by the Compact for Faculty Diversity. The Institute on Teaching and Mentoring is the largest gathering of minority Ph.D. scholars in the country. For 20 years, the Institute has provided workshops,… Continue reading »

Sonia Sanchez Delivers Annual Davis Center Lecture

On October 27, 2016, Sonia Sanchez delivered the annual Davis Lecture. Her lecture, titled “Push Ups for Peace”, was attended by students, faculty, staff and community members from the surrounding Berkshire County area. Sanchez is a renowned scholar, poet, playwright and activist who has been an influential force in African… Continue reading »