Summer Research 2009

Many Hamilton students and faculty will remain on the Hill this summer, doing collaborative research on more than 100 projects. Eighteen students will work with faculty on a wide range of Emerson grant projects, another 18 will study public policy issues for the Levitt Center and more than 70 students will conduct science research. More ...

internships

Summer Internships 2009

Thirty-three Hamilton students had the opportunity to explore career paths with internships in a variety of fields. From Duke University's Center for Cognitive Neuroscience to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection of Modern Art in Venice, Italy, they received firsthand experience working in jobs that might determine their futures. Thanks to the generosity of Hamilton alumni and parents, the students received funding to help offset their living expenses at unpaid internships. More ...

Antarctica 2009

Eugene Domack, the J. W. Johnson Family Professor of Environmental Studies, and Mason Fried '10 will participate in a National Science Foundation-funded expedition to Antarctica from March 20 to April 10. More ...



Summer Internships 2008

Thanks to generous Hamilton alumni and parents, this summer 25 students are working across the U.S. in jobs ranging from TV production to teaching migrant children and exploring historical research. More ...





Summer Research 2008

Although classes have ended for the 2007-08 academic year, 118 Hamilton students won't be going home right away. They'll spend at least part of their summer on campus conducting research with Hamilton faculty. More ...



Exploring Borneo

Michael Singer '09 and Associate Professor of Theatre Craig Latrell spent several weeks in May - June 2007  visiting East Malaysia on an Emerson Student-Faculty grant concerning the effects of globalization on local cultures. More ...



Oregon Field Study

Lizzy Finan '08 and Will Caffry '09 conducted field work on lizards in Oregon with Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Pete Zani. The three are worked at a research site along Wright's Point in Burns, Ore. More ...




2007 Tasmania Field Studies

Professor of geosciences Eugene Domack and associate professor of philosophy Katheryn Doran will lead a small group of students to Tasmania on June 1. The two-week field trip excursion to the island state of Australia is part of Geosciences 295: The Geology of Tasmania. More ...


2007 Nevada Field School

In the midst of rattlesnakes, jack rabbits and coyotes, a group of 13 Hamilton students, led by Professor of Archaeology Tom Jones, embarked on Archaeological Field School. Located 35 miles from the closest town, Ely, Nevada, their camp lies next to a former Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) site. More ...


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