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Importance of Similarity Between Clients and Volunteers in Long-Term Helping Relationships
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton presented a paper in June at the 13th annual meeting of the American Psychological Society in Toronto. “Importance of similarity between clients and volunteers in long-term helping relationships” was co-authored with colleagues from the University of Minnesota and Claremont Graduate School. More ...
Psychology Professor Receives Class and Charter Day Honor
Assistant Professor of Psychology Julie Dunsmore received The Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award at Class and Charter Day this spring. The award recognizes one Hamilton faculty member each year who demonstrates extraordinary commitment to teaching. More ...
Phil Klinkner Op-Ed On Dorie Miller
Associate Professor of Government Phil Klinkner wrote an op-ed about Dorie Miller, the black messman who became a hero at Pearl Harbor when he manned a machine gun and shot down two enemy aircraft. Miller was featured in the movie "Pearl Harbor." The op-ed was published in The Charleston (WV) Gazette. More ...
Nat Strout in "Black Issues in Higher Education"
Associate Professor and English Chair Nat Strout was interviewed for a "Black Issues in Higher Education" article about how college English departments choose minority and female authors for their reading lists. More ...
Phil Klinkner Interviewed About Tax Cut for Buffalo News
Associate Professor of Government Phil Klinkner was interviewed for a Buffalo News article (6/10/01) about President Bush's taxpayer rebates. More ...
Hamilton Hosts American Legion Baseball Game
The Helmuth-Ingalls Legion Baseball Team hosted the Moran Legion team on June 6, 2001 at Hamilton College’s Royce baseball field. A ceremony sponsored by the American Legion preceded the game. More ...
See Naples and Die: Two Heroines' Italian Journeys
In June, Professor of English George Bahlke presented a paper at the eighth international D.H. Lawrence Conference, “D.H. Lawrence and Literary Genres," in Naples, Italy. His paper, "'See Naples and Die': Two Heroines' Italian Journeys," focused on E.M. Forster's Where Angels Fear to Tread and D.H. Lawrence's The Lost Girl. Bahlke also chaired a panel on D.H. Lawrence's poetry. More ...
Cheng Li on China's Political Succession
Cheng Li, professor of government, comments on the upcoming leadership changes in China. Li is the author of China's Leaders: The New Generation (Rowman & Littlefield, 2001). More ...
VP for Administration and Finance Named
Karen Leach, former chief information officer at Colgate University, has been named vice president for administration and finance at Hamilton College. Leach assumes the position held previously by Daniel J. O'Leary, who will become Hamilton's vice president for investments, a new position. More ...
Meehan's "The Producers" Wins 12 Tonys
The smash Broadway musical, "The Producers," by Thomas Meehan '51 and Mel Brooks won a record 12 Tony Awards on Sunday, including best musical. This past weekend was Meehan's 50th class reunion at Hamilton. He graduated in 1951 with a bachelor of arts in English. More ...
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