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Hewlett Foundation Awards Hamilton College $150,000
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation of Menlo Park, Calif., has awarded Hamilton College $150,000 over three years as part of the foundation’s Pluralism and Unity program. The grant will support a new curricular initiative for discussing issues of diversity, difference and social justice in and out of the classroom. Hamilton will provide at least $157,000 toward the project, which will be led by Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy S. Rabinowitz. More ...
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Nobel Laureate Dr. Paul Greengard '48 to Keynote Convocation
Dr. Paul Greengard, a 1948 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hamilton College and winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, will deliver the keynote address, titled, "A Life in Science: Selected Memories," at Hamilton College's convocation on Sunday, Aug. 26, at 4 p.m. in Wellin Hall. Greengard will also be awarded an honorary degree from Hamilton at the convocation. More ...
Adirondack Adventure Begins for 160 Students
Some 160 members of Hamilton's class of 2005 are arriving on campus a week earlier than their classmates to participate in Adirondack Adventure, an eight-day outdoor program that takes them on one of 18 trips into the Adirondacks. More ...
Professor in the News
Daniel Chambliss, Sidney Wertimer Professor of Sociology, recently gave two talks at the meetings of the Midwest Sociological Society in St. Louis, one on "Strategies of Macro-Teaching" and the other on "Routine Activities, Everyday Life, and Health." More ...
Douglas Raybeck Returns From Malaysia
Professor of Anthropology Douglas Raybeck recently returned from a three-month field trip to Kelantan, Malaysia where he reprised a study carried out several years ago. The results were both qualitative and quantitative, and should enable him to make some fairly precise statements about cultural change in Kelantan, and in general. More ...
Mitchell Stevens Will Guest on WTOP
Mitchell Stevens, assistant professor of sociology, and author of a new book about homeschooling, will be a guest today (Aug. 9) at 5:20 p.m. on Washington, D.C. news radio WTOP. Stevens will talk about a recent federal government study that shows an increase in the number of homeschooled children. The interview can be heard live via the Internet on RealPlayer. More ...
Hamilton Town-Gown Fund Committee Announced
Hamilton College President Eugene M. Tobin has announced the community members who will join him and two college trustees on a committee that will make gifts and grants to organizations serving the Village of Clinton and the Town of Kirkland. More ...
Hamilton Campaign Tops $109 Million
Hamilton College's New Century Campaign concluded on June 30 having raised a record $109 million over four years for student scholarships, new teaching positions and other college priorities. More ...
A.G. Lafley '69 Named to GM Board
A.G. Lafley, a 1969 graduate of Hamilton College, was elected to the board of directors of General Motors. He was named president and chief executive officer of Procter & Gamble in June 2000. Lafley is also a member of Hamilton's Board of Trustees. More ...
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