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Thomas J. Tamburelli ’81
Tamburelli '81 Joins Food Bank of South Jersey

Thomas J. Tamburelli ’81 was recently appointed to the board of trustees of Food Bank of South Jersey, whose purpose is to provide food to those in need, teach them about nutrition and help them find sustainable ways to improve their lives.  More ...

Ryan Serhant '06
Ryan Serhant ’06’s Wedding Spin-off Airs Tonight

The most important event of Serhant’s year was his marriage to Emilia Bechrakis. The wedding in Greece and preparations were filmed, and it will include some of Serhant’s college friends, brothers from Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and brother and sister-in-law Jim Serhant ’95 and Jane Degenhardt ’93. Tune into Bravo TV on Thursday, September 22 at 9:00 p.m. (Eastern) for the first of four episodes of Million Dollar Listing New York: Ryan’s Wedding.  More ...

The interior of Fort Morgan. © William Earle Williams.
Opening Reception for Exhibition by Williams '73

This Thursday, Sept. 22, from 5-7 p.m., William Earle Williams ’73 will give a gallery talk at the opening reception of his exhibition, “A Stirring Song Sung Heroic: African Americans from Slavery to Freedom, 1619 to 1865.” The exhibition, located at the Davidson Art Center at Wesleyan College, will remain open until mid-December.  More ...

Fall 2016 F.I.L.M. Series Announced

The fall F.I.L.M. (Forum on Image and Language in Motion) series opens on Sunday, Sept. 18, with The Sterile Cuckoo (1969), the only commercial feature narrative film shot on and around the Hamilton campus. All F.I.L.M. series events are on Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. in the Bradford Auditorium, KJ, and are free and open to the public.  More ...

Eric Kuhn '09
Kuhn '09 Recognized for Shaping Digital World

Eric Kuhn ’09 was recently named to The WIRED 100 list of the most influential people shaping the digital world in 2016. Kuhn, the chief marketing officer at Layer3 TV in Denver, Colorado, is ranked as number 78, placing him above iconic figures like Peter Thiel, Edward Snowden and Jonah Peretti.  More ...

Woodger Faugas '12
Faugas '12 Mentors Students as Schweitzer Fellow

Woodger Faugas ’12 was recently named a Chicago area Schweitzer Fellow. The fellowship is part of a joint program between the Health & Medicine Policy Research Group (HMPRG) and the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF).  More ...

Wei-Jen Chang
Chang Publishes Book Chapter

Sidney Wertimer Associate Professor for Excellence in Advising and Mentorship Wei-Jen Chang published a chapter in Biocommunication of Ciliates, released recently by Springer. “Interactions Between Parasitic Ciliates and Their Hosts: Ichthyophthirius multifiliis and Cryptocaryon irritans as Examples” was co-authored by Kassandra Zaila ’15 and Deanna Cho ’15.  More ...

Nelly Alba ’16 was among ten graduates to joined Teach for America this year.
Hamilton Well-Represented in Teach For America Corps

Teach For America released its ninth annual list of the schools contributing the greatest number of alumni to its 2016 teaching corps and Hamilton College is among the top 10 small colleges and universities. This is the third year Hamilton has been named to the list.  More ...

Stephen Goldberg
Goldberg’s Essay in Exhibition Catalogue

Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg published an essay in One Hundred Hearts Cent cœurs, the catalogue to an exhibition of the art of André Kneib at China’s Chongqing Art Museum.  More ...

A Change of Pace for Anna Badkhen

Anna Badkhen, an accomplished journalist and author who covers the stories of people around the world in extremis, is now working on her sixth book, Fisherman’s Blues, which details her experiences spending a year with Senegalese fishermen. Badkhen was born and raised in the former Soviet Union before spending a year abroad at Hamilton in 1994-95.  More ...

Kantrowitz ’82 Co-Authors Article in International Journal

An article co-authored by Professor of Mathematics Robert Kantrowitz ’82 appears in the 2016 volume of the International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences. “More of Dedekind: His Series Test in Normed Spaces” was written with Michael M. Neumann of Mississippi State University.  More ...

Judi Levine K'72
Alumni Named to Best Lawyers in America List

The 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in America list named three alumni: Judith D. Levine K’72 , Cora Alsante '85 and John Murad '80. This marks Levine's sixth year and Murad's seventh year on the list.  More ...

From left: Professor Adam Van Wynsberghe, David Dacres '18, Kalvin Nash '18, Erin Lewis '18, AB Abera '19 and Rich Pastor '73.
Students Present Work at Undergrad Chemistry Conference

Four Hamilton students presented their computational chemistry research during the 15th Annual Molecular Educational Research Consortium in Undergraduate computational chemistRY (MERCURY) conference. The conference was held at Bucknell University July 21-23.  More ...

Ravi Thiruchselvam
Thiruchselvam Publishes Study Results in SCAN

Assistant Professor of Psychology Ravi Thiruchselvam recently published an article in Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience (SCAN). The article presented the results of a study conducted with Jessica Harper ’15 and Abigail Homer ’16.  More ...

Kacy Hobbis '17
Taking a Dip Into the Non-Profit World

Kacy Hobbis ’17 is a pro at engaging in government-focused community service, but this summer she wanted to take a different path. She’s interning at Youth Service America (YSA), a non-profit that motivates young people to become involved in community service. YSA runs grant programs, training and building toolkits to help youth complete their own service projects. She is receiving support through the Summer Internship Fund 2016, managed by the Career Center.  More ...

Thomas Mariani ’79 with his fellow Justice Department lawyers, Steven O'Rouke and Sarah D. Himmelhoch
Thomas Mariani ’79 Finalist for Service to America Medal

Thomas Mariani ’79, chief of the environmental enforcement section of the U.S. Department of Justice, is a finalist for a homeland security and law enforcement medal. Medals are given as a part of the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals program, run by a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization, Partnership for Public Service, to honor America’s dedicated federal workforce.  More ...

Sarah Knapp Damaske ’99 Featured in Article

Sarah Knapp Damaske ’99, a sociologist specializing in gender, work-family, class and race, was recently featured in an article on The Society Pages (TSP), where she responded to a column by George Will.  More ...

Howard Morgan '84
Howard Morgan ’84 Named Vice Chair of Parkinson’s Foundation

Howard Morgan ’84 has been named vice chair of the Parkinson’s Foundation (PF), a new organization focused on research, care, education and advocacy. It formed through a merger of two nonprofit organizations: the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (PDF) and the National Parkinson Foundation (NPF). Morgan will initially serve in this role for two years, until he succeeds John Kozyak, the former chair of NPF, as board chair.  More ...

Director of the Fillius Jazz Archive Monk Rowe with British guitarist Laurence Juber.
Rowe Presents at International Music Conference

Monk Rowe, the Joe Williams Director of the Jazz Archive and lecturer in music performance, recently presented two programs at the International Society for Music Educators conference in Glasgow, Scotland. He also conducted interviews with Swedish jazz pianist Hakan Rydin and British guitarist Laurence Juber to add to the Jazz Archive.  More ...

Paul Edick ’77 Joins Sucampo Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Board of Directors

Paul Edick ’77 has joined Sucampo Pharmaceuticals, Inc. board of directors on August 1. He brings extensive experience to this global biopharmaceutical company, as he has been a consultant in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry for 35 years.

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