Northfield Mount Hermon is proud to present the Faculty on the Road program, bringing excellent NMH teachers to you. Please check the alumni calendar for upcoming Faculty on the Road events. Below is a sampling of future and former events.
Please stay tuned for information on the 2014-2015 Faculty on the Road program. We anticipate hosting an event in the spring.
Grant Gonzalez, History and Social Sciences
New York City
Alumni, families and friends of NMH gathered for an engaging presentation by NMH History and Social Sciences faculty member Grant Gonzalez. Since arriving at NMH in the fall of 2008, Grant has studied, taught and led student trips throughout the Middle East and East Africa. Grant currently teaches the Islamic Middle East Humanities course, as well as Arabic. Hosted by John Mitchell '56.
This very well attended event focused on the outstanding commitment to international education evidenced in the curriculum at Northfield Mount Hermon. Hosted by Peter Halle '62.
At the Museum of Science. In their introductions of Vicky and Peter, young alumni Courney Eustace '04 and Ivy Santos '10 gave heartfelt thanks to their teachers and advisors. The Jenkins' spoke of campus and classroom life today and where our students are going.
Greg Harris '02, assistant curator, hosted this event at the newly opened DePaul Art Museum.
At the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Bill shared memories of his many years at NMH, including how he has been affected by his students, many of whom were in the audience. View photos.
The biggest crowd ever for an NMH event in Southern California took a private tour of Sony Picture Studios with Mike Rizzuto '93, manager of post-production facilities, a catered lunch, words of wisdom from Bill Batty, and a private viewing of the Oscar-winning "The Social Network" in the Kim Novak Theatre. View photos.
Thirty alumni learned about the history of the Middle East, how it led to the Arab Spring, and how NMH classrooms are set up to help students process news as it happens. View photos.
New York City
Every year Bob Cooley takes his Harlem Rennaisance class to the Studio Museum on 125th Street. This year he brought back former students to discuss how the class affected them and invited other alumni to listen in and experience the Studio Museum for themselves. View photos.