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New Faculty Members Announced for 2001-2002 Academic Year
David Paris, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty at Hamilton College, announced the appointment of new faculty for the 2001-2002 academic year, including five tenure track appointments, 23 visiting professors, and six lecturers, teaching fellows and instructors. More ...
A Midsummer Night's Dream
A performance of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream will be presented by Untitled at Large, a student-run theatre group, on Saturday, Sept. 1 at 6 p.m. in Root Glen. Enter through the Anderson Connell Alumni Center parking lot. Free. More ...
Kirkland Project Announces Two Lectures
The Kirkland Project the Study of Gender, Society and Culture has announced two upcoming events. Paula Rothenberg, director of the New Jersey Project on Inclusive Scholarship, Curriculum, and Teaching, will give a lecture titled "Learning to See the Squirrels: Multicultural Curricular Perspectives and Critical Thinking," on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 4:15 p.m. in Dwight Lounge, Bristol Campus Center. On Thursday, Sept. 13 at 8 p.m. in the Chapel, Lorene Carey will give a lecture titled, "Living to Tell the Tale," a discussion of her experiences as an African-American woman teaching in elite educational institutions. More ...
Richard Bernstein '80 Authors Investment Advice Book
Navigate the Noise: Investing in the New Age of Media and Hype by Richard Bernstein '80 steers investors through the "noise" to show them where and how to find solid investment information. This step-by-step guide is based on a very popular presentation the author makes to new private clients at Merrill Lynch & Co., where he is first vice president and chief quantitative strategist. He has been voted to the Institutional Investor All-America Research Team in each of the last eight years, and has appeared on Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser. More ...
Ernest Williams Gives Lecture at the Draper Museum of Natural History
In August, Professor of Biology Ernest Williams gave a lecture titled "Exploring Butterflies" at the Draper Museum of Natural History, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY, and afterward led a field trip for the museum to look at the behavior of butterflies in the field. Also this summer he published a non-technical article, "Gillett's Checkerspot: Life in a Mountain Meadow," in the summer issue of American Butterflies 9(2), pp. 6-13. More ...
Patrick Reynolds Presents Work All Over the World
In August, Associate Professor of Biology Patrick Reynolds presented the poster, “Latitudinal species diversity and range-size gradients in the Scaphopoda,” co-authored with Nathan Gray '01 and Luke Hilpert '00, at the World Congress of Malacology in Vienna. He was also invited as co-chair of "Plasticity and Diversity in the Evolution of Marine Invertebrate Larvae.” at the 9th International Congress on Invertebrate Reproduction and Development, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, in July. Also in July, Reynolds also presented the poster, “Characterization of polychaete-dominated assemblages off the western Antarctic Peninsula: Palmer Deep and Andvord Bay” at the Seventh International Polychaete Conference in Reykjavík, Iceland. This work was co-authored with Daniel Catlin '01, Sara Paley '01, Courtney Zimmer '00 and Laura Steinmann '00. More ...
Visiting Professor Joycelyn Moody to Hold Irwin Chair
Joycelyn Moody, an English professor from the University of Washington, Seattle, has been named to hold the Jane Watson Irwin Visiting Professor of Women’s Studies Chair for the 2001-2002 academic year at Hamilton College. More ...
Hamilton and MTV Release Poll

A Gay Issues Poll of 1,000 high school seniors was developed by Hamilton College and administered by Zogby International. The release of the survey coincides with the Sept. 3 premiere at 10:30 p.m. of the first "Fight for Your Rights: Take a Stand Against Discrimination" episode of Flipped, a reality-based TV series on MTV.  More ...

Cheng Li Writes Three Articles
Professor of Government Cheng Li has written three articles: "China's Political Succession: Four Myths in the U.S.,” published in Foreign Policy in Focus (May 2001); "China's Political Succession" published in Asia Program Report (June 2001); and "From Red to Green? The Chinese Communist Party at 80" (also translated into Russian, French, Spanish and other foreign languages) published in Project Syndicate (July, 2001). He also was invited to deliver a speech to an audience of 2,500 at the Chautauqua Institute in July. During the summer, Li gave a number of briefings to U.S. government agencies and non-governmental research institutions such as The Rand Corp. and the Hoover Institute at Stanford University. He was frequently interviewed on national and international media, including BBC, Voice of America and Free Asia Radio. His work has been quoted or reviewed in The Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, South China Morning Post, The Taipei Times, The Australian Financial Review, China Business Review, Los Angeles Times and Reuters News Service. More ...
LIVE Webcast
Nobel Laureate Paul Greengard '48 addresses the Hamilton community at the 190th Convocation ceremony on August 26th, at 4 p.m. EDT. Professor Greengard's remarks, titled "A Life in Science: Selected Memories," will be available as live and recorded streaming audio via the Hamilton Web site. More ...
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