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Mitchell Stevens in Education Week
Mitchell Stevens, assistant professor of sociology and author of a new book on homeschooling, was interviewed by Education Week about the federal government's new study of the nation's home-schooling population. Stevens' book, Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Homeschooling Movement, is being published this week by Princeton University Press. More ...
Alex Venizelos '03 Completes Summer Research at Case Western
Alex Venizelos, a rising junior at Hamilton, just completed a program of summer research at Case Western Reserve University, Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The Summer Program in Undergraduate Research (SPUR) provides 10 weeks of full-time student research in biomedical related projects. More ...
Ass't Track Coach Nadine Lowenstein Sweeps Events at USATF
Nadine Lowenstein, an assistant track coach at Hamilton, swept the 100, 200 and 400 at the USA Track & Field masters outdoor nationals last week in Baton Rouge, LA. More ...
Bonnie Urciuoli's Chapter Appeared in Cultural Diversity in the U.S.
Professor of Anthropology Bonnie Urciuoli’s chapter, "The complex diversity of language in the United States," appeared in Cultural Diversity in the U.S. published by Blackwell (2001). More ...
Vivyan Adair Writes for Harvard Educational Review
Assistant Professor of Woman's Studies Vivyan Adair wrote an article for the Harvard Educational Review, "Poverty and the (Broken) Promise of Higher Education" (Summer 2001 issue). Adair, who is also co-director of the ACCESS project at Hamilton, argues that educators must recognize the importance of making higher education available to low-income single mothers. More ...
Coach Dave Thompson Tip on USA Swim Team Site
Hamilton Men's and Women's Swimming Coach Dave Thompson provides the Speedo "Tip of the Week" on the U.S. Swimming Team Web site. Thompson points out that swimmers in northern climates aren't exposed to enough sunlight, so they should ensure they're getting sufficient Vitamin D. More ...
Cheng Li Article on Project Syndicate Web Site
Professor of Government Cheng Li wrote an article, "From Red to Green?," about the Chinese Communist party that appears on Project Syndicate Web site. Project Syndicate is an international association of quality newspapers devoted to the objective of bringing distinguished voices from across the world to informed national audiences so as to create a global forum for the broadening of debate and exchange of ideas. More ...
Associate Professor of Chemistry Ian Rosenstein Presents Work
In May, Associate Professor of Chemistry Ian Rosenstein’s chapter, "Radical Fragmentation Reactions," appeared in Radicals in Organic Synthesis (Wiley-VCH). In June, he, along with Jamie McCabe '01, Chris Steed '01 and Beth Vogel '01, attended the 37th National Organic Symposium in Bozeman, MT. Together they presented two posters: "Stereoselective Allylation of Tertiary, Electrophilic Radicals: Ester versus Amide Chiral Auxiliaries," co-authored by McCabe, Steed and Dreyfus Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Chemistry Steve Feldgus, and "Probing for Electronic Effects in the Transition State of the Cyclopropylcarbinyl Radical Ring Opening Reaction," co-authored by Vogel. In July, Rosenstein attended the Gordon Research Conference on Free Radical Reactions in Holderness, NH, where he chaired a session on "Radicals in Organic Synthesis" and presented a poster, "Ester versus Amide Chiral Auxiliaries for Reactions of Tertiary, Electrophilic Radicals," co-authored again by Steed, McCabe and Feldgus. More ...
Carl Rubino Presents His Fifth Annual Alumni Seminar at Hamilton
Together with Mary Bernardine Dias '98 of the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute, Edward North Professor of Classics Carl Rubino presented his fifth annual Alumni Seminar at Hamilton in July. This year’s topic was "Power, Morality and Integrity.” In August, Rubino organized and was one of the leaders of a workshop sponsored by the VRoma project and the Classical Association of the Empire State on the use of digital technology in the Latin classroom. The workshop, held at Hamilton, was attended by 10 K-12 teachers from New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Also, Rubino published a book chapter: “Ordre : Chaos :: Parole : Silence?" Méditations sur une équation ouverte aux questions," Ilya Prigogine (ed.), L'Homme devant l'incertain (Paris: Éditions Odile Jacob, 2001), pp. 325-336. More ...
Carol Rupprecht Invited to Teach in the C.G. Jung Foundation's Summer Study Intensive Program

Professor of Comparative Literature Carol Rupprecht was invited to teach in the C.G.Jung Foundation's Summer Study Intensive Program in New York City in July. She taught a seminar on "Sex, Gender and Dreams" in the week devoted to archetypal images in dreaming. Rupprecht also investigated all the research and publication on archetypal thought done over the past 8-10 years since she was asked by the editors to update her entry, “Archetypal Theory and Criticism,” in The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism. The considerable success of the one-volume reference work since its completion in 1992 has led to preparation of a new edition.  More ...

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