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MTV star Yes Duffy talks to the kids
More Than 300 NYS Students Participate in Reality Check Summit
On Wednesday, July 10, more than 300 teens from 14 New York counties converged on Hamilton College for a New York State Department of Health sponsored Reality Check Summit. Reality Check is a teen-led, adult-supported anti-tobacco movement in its third year. More ...
Jen Kroleski '03 instructs a camper
Hamilton College Hosts Two-Week Hockey Camp for Girls
More than 100 girls are taking part in the 2002 two-week ice hockey camp, July 7-19, directed by men’s varsity ice hockey coach Phil Grady. Women's head coaches from Manhattanville College, Utica College, Nichols College and Tilton Prep School join Grady. The top-ranked camp hosts girls from 11 states. Two members of the 2002 Women’s Olympic Ice Hockey Team, Andrea Kilborne and Julie Chu, are former students at the camp. More ...
Hamilton Makes SAT-1 Optional for Admission
Hamilton College is making the SAT-1 optional for high school students seeking admission to the highly selective, national liberal arts college. More ...
McEnroe and Pokinski Publish Book
A new book, Critical Perspectives on Art History, by Associate Professor of Art John McEnroe and Associate Professor of Art Deborah Pokinski demonstrates that art history has significant connections to real life. The book introduces students to the complexity of issues and approaches that characterize the study of Western art history today. More ...
Campers practice their skills
Hamilton College Host Volleyball Camp
The Hamilton College Volleyball program and head coach Susan Keller are hosting a week long volleyball camp for girls. The camp is being held July 7 through July 12 on the Hamilton campus and features outstanding instruction by college, junior college and high school coaches from across the region. Director Susan Keller, head coach of Hamilton’s softball and volleyball teams since 1999, is joined by assistant director Marcia Laidlaw. Laidlaw is one of the most recognizable and successful coaches in the area with over 600 career wins between Canastota HS and Mohawk Valley Community College. The staff is also comprised of coaches from Union College, Skidmore College, College of Saint Rose, SUNY Cobleskill and area high school coaches. The 70 campers take part in daily conditioning, skills sessions, team building, jump training, mental aspects, game play, video study and other activities. The last time the camp was held was in 1997. For more information on next year’s camp and other inquires please feel free to Contact Coach Keller at 315-859-4806, or sekeller@hamilton.edu. More ...
A model of esperamicin A1 produced by Hamilton researchers
Hamilton Students and Professors Featured in access Magazine
Hamilton students and professors were recently featured in the Spring 2002 National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) publication, access. The article, written by Katherine A. Caponi, is complemented by the group's model of esperamicin A1 found on the publication’s cover. Dreyfus Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Chemistry Steven Feldgus is very proud of the group’s publication in the supercomputing periodical. “This might be the only time that NCSA has done a story on an undergraduate centered research project,” said Feldgus. The story tells how the NCSA is arming the Hamiltonians with the supercomputing resources necessary to engage in the war on cancer. According to the article, “Hamilton College joins the front line in computational research on enediynes, naturally occurring molecules commonly called biological warheads for their ability to bind to and split tumors’ DNA backbones.” Also credited in the article were Chantelle Rien '03, Beth Hayes ’02, David Kelland ’05 and Professor of Chemistry George Shields. These and other students are continuing this line of cancer research this summer through an assortment of local and federal grants. More ...
Hugh "Tripp" Jones '88 Fights for the Middle Class
Hamilton alumnus Hugh "Tripp" Jones, '88, was featured in a Boston Globe article highlighting the work of his organization, the Massachusetts Institute for a New Commonwealth (MassInc). Celebrating its fifth anniversary, MassInc is dedicated to promoting the vitality of the state's middle class. Promoted as a "non-partisan, evidence-based organization" MassInc has used research, education and journalism to further its four main policy initiatives of "economic prosperity", "safe neighborhoods", "lifelong learning," and "civic renewal." Jones commented, "For me, though, this is pretty basic...I love the business of politics and public policy, but I want a healthy family life, too." He continues, "I've seen what running for office does to people...having kids puts all the other stuff in perspective." More ...
Karam Leads Panel at ResNet 2002 Symposium
Joe Karam, director of network and telecommunications services, earned designation as a Cisco Certified Network Associate. This is the first level of Cisco network certification. In May he was invited to be a member of the SUNY IT Department of Telecommunications Advisory Board, and in June he led a panel presentation at the ResNet 2002 Symposium in Buffalo. The panel members discussed various methods for managing and monitoring usage on campus computer networks. More ...
Tim Elgren
Elgren Presents "Innovative Chemistry Curricula"
Associate Dean of Faculty and Associate Professor of Chemistry Tim Elgren gave two presentations at the Ninth National Conference of the Council on Undergraduate Research. The talks were titled "Innovative Chemistry Curricula that Support Undergraduate Research" and "Institutionalizing Research for All". The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) is a national organization that strives to support faculty members and their research activities at primarily undergraduate institutions. Elgren is finishing his second three-year term as an elected member of the council. He co-chairs the CUR Summer Fellowship Committee. More ...
Hamilton Campus Boasts Record Trees
Old college campuses are among the best places to look for size-champion trees. Open-grown specimens, planted long ago and well cared for, rack up BIG numbers. Hamilton's got some of the best, rivaling any campus in the Northeast, according to Biology Professor Thomas Diggins. More ...
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