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Andrew Rippeon
Rippeon Attends Wells College Book Arts Summer Institute

Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing Andrew Rippeon recently attended the Wells College Book Arts Summer Institute. The Summer Institute offers a series of workshops taught by nationally regarded craftspeople with expertise in book and paper arts, type design, and print history.  More ...

Ray Siemens gives the ILiADS (Institute for Liberal Arts Digital Scholarship) opening keynote address.
Hamilton Hosts ILiADS Institute

A consortium of 23 liberal arts institutions is hosting ILiADS, the Institute for Liberal Arts Digital Scholarship, at Hamilton through Aug. 2. The conference will explore digital humanities, pedagogy and scholarship from a liberal arts perspective.  More ...

Tanapat (Ice) Treyanurak '17, right, tutors refugee Lucy Wang in ESL at BOCES Utica Access site.
Tanapat Treyanurak ’17 Continuing Work Related to Project SHINE Through Levitt Grant

While students, faculty, staff and visitors to Hamilton know that the Mohawk Valley is a beautiful and engaging place to live, another striking feature of the area is its position as a cultural and ethnic melting pot, thanks in large part to the City of Utica’s diverse refugee and immigrant populations. Tanapat Treyanurak ’17 is spending his summer continuing work related to Project SHINE, a program dedicated to assisting in the incorporation and assimilation of immigrants and refugees into local communities, through a Levitt Center grant.  More ...

Angel Mason
Mason Attends NCAA Leadership Institute

Angel Mason, associate director of athletics and associate professor of physical education, was selected to represent Division III at the NCAA Leadership Institute held July 11-17 in Pittsburgh. The program gives participants the opportunity to enhance and master skill sets, as well as explore and plan career goals and paths.  More ...

"Moonstruck" by William Salzillo
Venice Show Features Salzillo’s Print

“Moonstruck” by Professor of Art William Salzillo will be featured in an exhibition at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice. The print was one of 30 selected for the Los Angeles Printmaking Society International Exchange Exhibition that runs from July 28 through August 15.  More ...

Courtney Gibbons
Gibbons Co-Authors Article in Algebra Journal

“Non-simplicial decompositions of Betti diagrams of complete intersections,” a paper co-authored by Assistant Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons, appears in the current issue of the Journal of Commutative Algebra.  More ...

Onwaniqua Heard '15
Onwaniqua Heard ’15 Heads Back to the Classroom

Onwaniqua Heard ’15 is going to find herself back in the classroom more quickly than most recent graduates: this time, however, she’ll be the teacher, not the student. Heard will be entering the Greenwich Country Day School’s Co-Teacher Program this fall, a program that “gives co-teachers a chance to work with children of different ages and to broaden their professional experience.”  More ...

Marcus and McNerney ’13 Highlighted in The Hedgehog Review

Assistant Professor of Philosophy Russell Marcus and alumnus Sam McNerney ’13 were included in a recent article in The Hedgehog Review that lauded the kind of intellectual inquiry frequently pursued on a liberal arts campus while questioning the viability of those very institutions.  More ...

Amber Torres '16
Amber Torres ’16 Works on “Selling the City” Through Emerson Project

Amber Torres ’16 is this summer familiarizing herself with the basic economic and political logistics of urban planning through a research project titled “Selling the City.” The project represents “an analysis of the complex relationship between real estate, consumerism and the middle/working class market” and will be undertaken through means of data collection, interviews and site observation.   More ...

James Robbins '16
James Robbins ’16 Exploring Public Health Challenges Through Levitt Grant

When most of us think about oral health, we might not think far beyond brushing our teeth and our next trip to the dentist’s office. James Robbins ’16, however, knows that there’s much more to it than that. This summer as a Levitt Summer Research Fellow he is researching water fluoridation for improved public health. Working closely with Professor of Biology Herm Lehman, Robbins has been researching the public health debate about water fluoridation.  More ...

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