At Hamilton, which has a new, state-of-the-art science center, the emphasis on discovery-based laboratory work and research means you will receive practical, hands-on training with many opportunities to learn outside the classroom. You will regularly collaborate with instructors on projects that lead to publication in top research journals and presentations at scholarly conferences.
Rachel Sobel ’15 attended the annual United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Warsaw, Poland, as a student representative of the American Chemical Society. Her job was to use social media to cover the event for a target audience of college students.More >>
Fallon Chipidza ’10 is a Harvard University medical student whose commitment runs deep. “My experiences growing up in Zimbabwe were the initial factors that drew me to medicine,” she says. “Like most developing countries, Zimbabwe faces many health challenges. The burden of diseases is much greater in Sub-Saharan Africa than most places in the world, so I think it was that desire to want to change the status quo that initially drew me to medicine.”More >>
Hamilton graduates who concentrated in biochemistry/molecular biology are pursuing careers in a variety of fields, including: