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Tim Whitehead '85 Wins Penrose Award
Tim Whitehead, a 1985 graduate of Hamilton College and head hockey coach at the University of Maine, was named the winner of the 2002 Spencer Penrose Award, which goes to the nation's top Division I hockey coach. The Spencer Penrose award is chosen by members of the American Hockey Coaches Association, and the award will be handed out at the organization's annual banquet. That banquet is set for April 27 in Naples, Fla. More ...
Goldberg Presents at ASIANetwork Annual Meeting
Associate Professor of Art Steve Goldberg was both chair and presenter at a plenary session titled "The Future of Asian Studies" at the annual meeting of the ASIANetwork. A consortium of over 150 liberal arts colleges, ASIANetwork is committed to strengthening the study of Asia on its campuses. Goldberg is also a member of the ASIANetwork board of directors. More ...
Raybeck Quoted in The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Professor of Anthropology Douglas Raybeck was quoted in The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in an article titled "Desire to dish slowly returning" about gossip post-Sept. 11. More ...
Campbell Presents Paper to PSA
In April, Visiting Instructor of Government Kristin Campbell presented a paper titled "Struggling to Set the Campaign Agenda: Candidate Strategy and Campaign Dialogue in Senate Elections" at the annual Midwest Political Science Association meeting in Chicago. More ...
Levitt Fellowships Announced
Five Hamilton College students have been selected for the summer 2002 Levitt Fellowship. The Levitt Fellowship is open to all rising seniors who wish to spend the summer working in collaboration with a faculty member on what will become their senior thesis or senior project. More ...
Looking Foolish for a Good Cause
Kyle Anderson '05 from Seattle, Washington took time out from his busy end-of-semester school work to "dance for diabetes." More ...
UMASS Economist Speaks at Hamilton College
Robert Pollin, professor of economics and a founding co-director of the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at UMass Amherst, will present “The Living Wage and Global Anti-Sweatshop Movements: Good Intentions and Economic Logic in Conflict?” on Monday, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. in the Chemistry Auditorium. This program is sponsored by the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center and the Hamilton College Economics Department. More ...
Students Present Research at National Meeting
Archaeology majors Amanda Taylor '02 and Rebecca Kessler '03 presented posters at the Society for American Archaeology (SAA) meetings in Denver, Colorado. The SAA is the primary national organization for North American archaeology. More ...
U.S. Consul-General in Hong Kong Speaks at Hamilton
U.S. Consul-General in Hong Kong Michael Klosson '71, will give a talk titled "U.S. Policy in Asia Post September 11th," on Wednesday, April 17 at 8 p.m. in the Dwight Lounge of the Bristol Campus Center. The government department, the Edwin Lee Fund, and the career center are sponsoring the talk. More ...
"Careers in Visual Arts"
This week over 40 students took the opportunity to listen to a filmmaker, a sculptor, and a painter describe how they navigated various channels of the art world and built successful careers. "Careers in Visual Arts," organized by the career center, received such a positive response from students as well as from alumni that it may be repeated in the near future. More ...
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