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Education Studies

Faculty

Susan Mason, M.S., M.A., Director of Education Studies Program

smason@hamilton.edu
Areas of Expertise: instructional design, development and delivery; curriculum development; and adult learning and development strategies.
Mason, who came to Hamilton in 1991, is responsible for planning, implementing, and assessing all activities associated with Hamilton's minor in education studies. More >>

As a consultant she also designs and delivers communication management skills seminars for a variety of profit and nonprofit organizations.

Esther Kanipe, Ph.D., Professor of History emerita

ekanipe@hamilton.edu
Areas of Expertise: European history 1900 - 1950, women's history, and history of disability.
Esther Kanipe came to Hamilton in 1976 as an assistant professor of history. She earned a master's and Ph.D. in history from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. More >>

Kanipe's areas of research are modern French history and governmental social policy toward women and family. She worked as principal organizer of a conference for middle school, high school and college teachers to discuss the National History Standards, funded by the Organization of American Historians and the Rockefeller Foundation.

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