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Ann Silversmith Presents Two Posters at Dynamic Processes Conference in Lyon, France
Associate Professor of Physics Ann Silversmith presented two posters, co-authored with David Shaye ’02, Bryan Smith ’02, Jessie McComb ’03, Rachael Anderman ’01, Linwood Rumney ’04 and Associate Professor of Chemistry Karen Brewer, at the Dynamic Processes Conference 2001 in Lyon, France. (DPC is an international conference and only one other small college presented.) Titles and authors are: A.J. Silversmith, D.M. Boye, R.E. Anderman and K.S. Brewer "Fluorescence line-narrowing and decay dynamics in sol-gel glasses containing Eu3+" and D.M. Boye, A.J. Silversmith, J. Nolen, L. Rumney, D. Shaye, B.C. Smith, J. McComb and K.S. Brewer, "Red-to-green upconversion in Er-doped SiO2 and SiO2/TiO2 sol-gel silicate glasses." More ...
Roberta Krueger Presents a Paper in Tubingen, Germany
Roberta Krueger professor of art presented a paper on "Chrstine's Treasure: Women's Honor and Household Economics in the *Livre des Trois Vertus* at the Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society in Tubingen, Germany. More ...
Hamilton Cited in New York Times Article
Hamilton College was cited in a New York Times article (7/25/01) as an example of "small but respected colleges." The Times article concerned a new college, Soka University of America, the first new private liberal arts college to be built in California in 25 years. The article notes "Soka University has a grand dream: to join the ranks of venerable institutions like Pomona, Haverford, Hamilton, and other small but respected colleges." More ...
Hamilton Alums Coach Empire State Games Hockey Team
Joseph B. Baudo '97 and Timothy DiGiulio '98 coached the Western team to the Scholastic Ice Hockey gold medal in the Empire State Games. Hamilton College was among the event venues, hosting diving, field hockey and volleyball. More ...
H.T. Chen & Dancers Perform “Bian Dan”
H.T. Chen & Dancers visited Hamilton on July 18, where they spent the day meeting members of the community and presented a preview of the October 27 program, “Bian Dan.” Dancing on stage with the H.T. Chen Company were several area residents and three local children recruited at the Munson Williams Proctor dance studio. Community participants -- third graders to senior citizens -- including several Hamilton College students, will take part in the October production. More ...
Local Residents Donate Civil War Papers to College Library
The Hamilton College Library has received a donation of Civil War papers, consisting of enlistment papers for the 117th Oneida County Volunteer Regiment. The papers were donated by Katherine, Charles, Linda and Kevin Turley, the children of Edward M. and Doris Alberding Turley, of Clayville. More ...
Heidi Ravven Publishes Four Articles
Professor of Religious Studies Heidi Ravven has published the following: "Some Thoughts on What Spinoza Learned from Maimonides about the Prophetic Imagination," Part II, Journal of the History of Philosophy (July 2001); "Spinoza's Rupture with Tradition: On Ethics V p39s," in IYYUN: Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly (July 2001); Republication of "Spinoza's Individualism Reconsidered: Some Lessons from the Short Treatise" in Spinoza. Yirmiyahu Yovel and Gideon Segal, eds.(Ashgate: Aldershot, 2001); and Republication of "Creating a Jewish Feminist Philosophy" in The Jewish Philosophy Reader, ed. by Daniel H. Frank and Oliver Leaman (Routledge, 2000). Ravven also attended and gave several presentations at the Labor Day Renaissance Weekend at the Aspen Institute in Colorado. The institute gathers together prominent people in business, government, education, the arts, health and other areas to brainstorm about pressing issues facing the nation. She spoke on a panel about higher education, one on the role of character in government and also gave a class on a biblical text dealing with the intersection between character and public life. More ...
Nathaniel Strout Publishes Article
Associate Professor of English Nathaniel Strout's article, "As You Like It, Rosalynde, and Mutuality," was published in Studies in English Literature 41(2001), pp. 277-296. More ...
Cryer Appearing in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Assistant Professor of Theatre & Dance Mark Cryer is appearing in the Saratoga Springs Shakespeare Festival production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare. Performances are August 1-5, at 6 p.m., in Congress Park, Saratoga Springs. Bring a blanket, bring a picnic, bring a friend! It's free!! More ...
Guy Hebert ’89 Returns for Charity Event
Hamilton College alumnus Guy Hebert,pictured far left, returned to Clinton yesterday to raise money for the Shawn Grady Memorial Fund to help families who have children with life-threatening diseases. Hebert, a 1989 graduate and professional hockey goalie for the New York Rangers, participated in the third annual Shawn Grady Memorial Golf Tournament at the Skenandoa Golf Club. More ...
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