Congratulations, Class of 2019!

Saturday, June 22 dawned bright and breezy – perfect for Conway’s forty-seventh commencement ceremony and celebration. Graduates, families, and friends gathered under the pines at Nonotuck Park in Easthampton to celebrate the remarkable achievements of the Class of 2019. During […]

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Commencement 2019

The Conway School will celebrate its forty-seventh annual commencement weekend from June 21-22, 2019, with Commencement exercises taking place on Saturday, June 22. During the commencement ceremony, the thirteen members of the class of 2019 will present each other with […]

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Join Us for Student Presentations on February 22

Student Project Presentations Friday, February 22, 10am – 4pm 88 Village Hill Road, Northampton, MA Please RSVP Below This winter term, Conway’s Class of 2019 is working on planning projects in towns across Massachusetts and Connecticut. Student teams will present recommendations grounded in […]

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Living Shorelines on the Connecticut Coast

Conway alums consider climate resiliency On a sunny autumn day in New Haven, Kate Cholakis ’11 (Conway faculty) and Alison Maurer ’18 staffed Conway’s table at the Society for Ecological Restoration New England Chapter’s conference entitled “Connecting Communities and Ecosystems […]

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Congratulations, Class of 2018!

Conway School’s Forty-Sixth Commencement June 23, 2018 Skies were grey, but spirits were decidedly bright as the eighteen members of the Class of 2018 and nearly one hundred friends, family members, faculty, staff, and trustees gathered under the protective roof […]

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An Interview with Susan Schen ’16

Image above: Susan working on fire-damaged trail in the Gorge. (Photo by Megan Zabel Holmes)   The following post originally appeared in the Trailkeepers of Oregon March 2018 newsletter, and is re-posted with permission. Susan Schen is a 2016 graduate of the […]

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Make it a Meadow

Within the past few decades, the concept of replacing lawn with meadow caught wind among landscape designers across the country. However, despite its ecological and artistic potential, the “meadow” has acquired a similar reputation to that of the “rain garden,” […]

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