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Li Appointed to National/International Committees
Cheng Li, professor of government and Woodrow Wilson fellow, has recently been appointed to four national and international committees. Li will serve on the council of the Institute for International Research (2002-04), which is jointly sponsored by Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University; the United States Committee of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific; the Judges Committee of A. Doak Barnett Memorial Essay Contest administered by the National Committee on United States-China Relations; and the International Affairs Merit Review Panel for the year 2003 National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Graduate Fellowships administered by the Academy for Educational Development, Washington D.C. More ...
Hamilton Has Heart ... Despite the Weather
More than 100 Hamilton students, employees and friends participated in the Great American Heart Run and Walk on Saturday, Feb. 22, at Utica College, despite steady rain and cold temperatures. Team Hamilton raised $5,641. More ...
Trivedi Published Article in The Journal of Asian Studies
Assistant Professor of History Lisa Trivedi published the article, "Visually Mapping the 'Nation': Swadeshi Politics in Nationalist India," in the February 2003 issue of The Journal of Asian Studies. More ...
Owen and Jensen Present Paper at American Economic Association Annual Meeting
Assistant Professor of Economics Ann Owen and Professor of Economics Elizabeth Jensen presented, "Learning About Learning: Students' Course Selections," at the American Economic Association annual meeting in Washington, D.C. Owen was also a discussant in a session on economics education. More ...
O'Neal Published Entry in Encylopedia of Enlightenment
Professor of French John O'Neal published an the entry on Jean-Jacques Rousseau in volume 3 of the Oxford 4-volume Encylopedia of Enlightenment, ed. Alan Charles Kors (OUP 2003), pp. 477-81. More ...
Pearle Conducting Research at the Institute for Advanced Study
Professor Emeritus Phil Pearle spent the month of February at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, doing research in the Foundations of Quantum Theory. Pearle gave the lecture, "Wavefunction Collapse Models: Putting Reality Into Quantum Theory," as part of the High Energy Physics Seminar. More ...
Patricia O'Neill Edited Story of an African Farm
Professor of English Patricia O'Neill edited and introduced a new teaching edition of Olive Schreiner's Story of an African Farm (1883) with Broadview Press. More ...
Barbara Gold
Gold Published Article in Flavian Rome: Culture, Image, Text
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold published an article, "Accipe Divitias et Vatum Maximus Esto: Money, Poetry, Mendicancy and Patronage in Martial," in Flavian Rome: Culture, Image, Text, edited by A.J. Boyle and W.J. Dominik (Brill 2003). More ...
Thomas Wilson
Wilson Attends Meeting of Columbia University's Expanding East Asian Studies
Professor of History Thomas Wilson attended a meeting of Columbia University's Expanding East Asian Studies (ExEAS) initiative and gave a presentation on teaching kingship and sacrifice in ancient China and India. More ...
Wilson Published Entry in Encyclopedia of Chinese Philosophy
Professor of History Thomas Wilson published, "Ming Confucianism," in Encyclopedia of Chinese Philosophy, edited by Antonio S. Cua (Routledge, 2003.) More ...
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