Information Session: October 27, 2018

On Saturday, October 27, the Conway School will offer an information session for prospective students and other guests interested in learning more about the school. We will have presentations and Q&A with faculty, staff, alumni, and students from 10am-12pm, and then […]

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Join Us for Student Presentations on May 25

Student Project Presentations Friday, May 25, 9am – 5pm Mill 180, Suite 211, Easthampton, MA Please RSVP Below This term, Conway’s Class of 2018 is working in teams on master planning projects in Massachusetts and Connecticut. The students will present preliminary recommendations on the 25th […]

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Information Session: May 12, 2018

On Saturday, May 12, the Conway School will offer an information session for prospective students and other guests interested in learning more about the school. We will have presentations and Q&A with faculty, staff, alumni, and students from 10am-12pm, and then […]

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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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Information Session: January 27, 2018

On Saturday, January 27, the Conway School will offer an information session for prospective students and other guests interested in learning more about the school. We will have presentations and Q&A with faculty, staff, alumni, and students from 10am-12pm, and then […]

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Information Session: October 21, 2017

On Saturday, October 21, the Conway School will offer an information session for prospective students and other guests interested in learning more about the school. We will have presentations and Q&A with faculty, staff, alumni, and students from 10am-12pm, and then […]

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Hashtags to stay in touch

Use the pound sign to stay in touch with Conway! Hashtags, or pound signs followed by specific phrases, are used as tools in social media to follow a conversation thread or search for themed posts. Use these hashtags to share your fieldwork, […]

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