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November 2014


SobelFrom Poland to Peru, Student is Exploring the World of Climate Change

Biology and women’s studies concentrator Rachel Sobel ’15 will travel to the U.N. climate change talks for the second consecutive year, as a student representative of the American Chemical Society. More ...


Arthur Levitt Visits Hamilton

The former SEC chairman and his daughter Lauri Levitt Friedland ’81 met student leaders and discussed various Levitt Center initiatives involving students. More ...
 


College in Prison Program Honored

A program founded by Professor of Creative Writing Doran Larson that offers credit-bearing courses to prisoners at Mohawk Correctional Facility has been recognized by the Continuing Education Association of New York. More ...


Lauren Magaziner ’12 Returns to the Hill to Discuss Debut Novel

The young author was inspired to write The Only Thing Worse Than Witches while studying abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland, during her junior year. More ...


From Managing Partner to Economics Instructor

Robert Morris ’76, P’16,’17 took on the role of instructor as he hosted New York City Program students at his firm, Olympus Partners, and explained the private equity business. More ...


Monetary Policy Class Advances in Fed Challenge

Five students in Professor Ann Owen’s class advanced to the semi finals in the competition held at the Federal Reserve in New York on Oct. 31. More ...
 


Borton, Cockburn and ViderasThree Promoted to Professor

A psychologist, mathematician and economist were promoted in October. More ...
 


Six Minutes to Speaking Success

The Oral Communication Center hosted a roundtable in which 15 concurrent speakers delivered six minutes worth of advice to improve attendees’ public speaking skills. More ...


Watching What We Watch

Senior Fellow Sabrina Yurkofsky, a psychology and communication double major, is studying sexism in television programming and its effects on viewers’ gender perspectives. More ...

Economics Professor Ann Owen discussed the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing in The Guardian and her remarks were broadcast on American Public Media’s Marketplace.

USA Today published Associate Professor of Government Peter Cannavo's op-ed on global warming.

Geosciences Technician Dave Tewksbury was quoted in an Oct. 30 article in The Guardian titled “How Japan’s secret weapon brought second world war to rural Oregon.”

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