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Jensen and Owen Publish Article in the Journal of Economic Education
Elizabeth Jensen, professor of economics, and Ann Owen, assistant professor of economics, published "Pedagogy, Gender, and Interest in Economics," in the Fall volume of the Journal of Economic Education. More ...
Jones Publishes Paper
Derek Jones, Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, published a paper titled "Preliminary Evidence on Changing Employment Practices in Central New York" (with Takao Kato and Adam Weinberg) in the proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meetings of Industrial Relations Research Association. More ...
Peter Rabinowitz Writes about Gottschalk
Peter Rabinowitz, professor of comparative literature, has written an article, "Magnetic Power, Electric Thrills: The Piano Music of Louis Moreau Gottschalk," perhaps the first thorough survey of recordings of Gottschalk's music. The article appeared in International Piano 5, No. 18 (November/December 2001). More ...
Grant Presents Paper at British Studies Conference
Assistant Professor of History Kevin Grant presented, "The Imperial Origins of International Labour Law," at the North American Conference on British Studies in Toronto. More ...
Kodat Participates in Seminar
Associate Professor of English Catherine Kodat was a participant in a seminar titled "Benjamin: Memory, Experience, and the Designs of Modernism" at the annual Modernist Studies Association conference at Rice University October 12-15. MSA seminar participants each present a "position paper" on the seminar topic for general discussion. Kodat's paper was titled "'In the pleats of the old material': Reading the Queerness of Modernity in Benjamin." More ...
Stevens on Home Schooling
In a HRMagazine article which examines the popularity of home schooling across the US as an alternative form of education,Associate Professor of Sociology Mitchell Stevens commented, "Homeschooling is a boutique option, but it's legitimate." Stevens has just published a book on the subject, Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Homeschooling Movement. More ...
SUNY-Albany Coach to Speak on Goal Setting
Kevin Williams, Ph.D., and cross-country, track and field coach from the University at Albany, will speak at Hamilton on Thursday, Nov. 1, at noon in Science 318. Williams will discuss his research on goal setting and performance, titled, "Pursuing Personal Performance Goals over Time: Discrepancy Production and Revision Processes." His visit is sponsored by the Hamilton College Psychology department and Psi Chi. Bring your lunch and enjoy! More ...
Travel Since 9.11
Around the Hill asked Hamilton employees the question, “Have the terrorist attacks of September 11 affected your travel plans, and if so, how?” More ...
A Salute to Shirley Croop
Shirley Croop, staff assistant in the Office of Admission, just celebrated her 41st anniversary of employment. She is the longest-tenured staff member at the College. More ...
Let's Do Lunch
Hamilton exercisers spend their lunch hour running, walking, weight training, swimming or shooting hoops to stay in shape. More ...
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