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Hamilton Students Run Philadelphia Marathon
Three Hamilton College students ran the 9th Citizen's Bank Philadelphia Marathon on Sunday, Nov. 24. In a 26.2 mile race with 4,724 competitors, the three students finished in the top 3 percent of this world-class marathon. This top finish qualified the students to run the prestigious Boston Marathon. Chris Dunn '05, 2:53.21 - 6:38 mile pace - 98th overall, Runner-up in the 19 and under age-group Paul Jones '03, 2:56.53 - 6:44 mile pace - 127th overall, 25th in the 20-24 age-group Andrew Matlack '03, 2:56.40 - 6:44 mile pace - 124th overall, 23rd in the 20-24 age-group More ...
Kanipe Selected for Humanities Program
Esther Kanipe, Marjorie and Robert W. Ewen Professor of History, was selected for the Speakers in the Humanities Program of the New York Council on the Humanities for 2003-2005. She will offer two lectures: "What is Disability Studies?" and "The Disabled Veteran in the 20th Century: The Wages of Sacrifice." Kanipe will speak about five times per year to various groups around the state. More ...
Sue Ann Miller
Miller Re-Elected to Sigma Xi Directorship
Professor of Biology Sue Ann Miller has been elected to a second term as director of the Baccalaureate Colleges Constituency Group of Sigma Xi, the international scientific research society. This allows her to continue on the board of directors as well as her service as chair of the committee on Grants-in-Aid of Research. Grants in-Aid of Research is a highly competitive 75-year-old program that awards small grants to graduate and undergraduate students. More ...
Cheng Li
Cheng Li Quoted in Forbes
Professor of Government and Woodrow Wilson Fellow Cheng Li was quoted in a Forbes article about China's new Communist Party chief Hu Jintao. More ...
Christmas Service of Lessons and Carols
The Christmas Service of Lessons and Carols, a tradition born at Kings College in Cambridge, England, at the end of World War I, has become a Christmas tradition at Hamilton College. That tradition of holding a service of Christmas Lessons and Carols will continue on Sunday, December 8 at 4 p.m. in the Hamilton Chapel. The College Hill Singers will sing under the direction of Prof. G. Roberts Kolb, and College Chaplain Jeffrey McArn will preside over the service of the procession of lights, bidding prayer, familiar carols, biblical readings of the Incarnation, and a candlelit chapel ushering in the wonders and holiness of the season. A reception will follow the service in the recently renovated third floor of the chapel. This event is free and open to the public, and everyone is cordially invited to join us. More ...
Plan for Liberal Education
What makes the Hamilton College approach to the Liberal Arts unique?
  • Freedom in Distribution Requirements
  • Emphasis on Advising
  • Writing-Intensive Experience
  • Limited Enrollment Pro-Seminars
  • Sophomore Seminars
  • Senior Program
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25 Students Serve as Writing Center Tutors
Twenty-five Hamilton College students have been chosen to serve as Nesbitt-Johnson Writing Center tutors at Hamilton this year. Established in 1987, the Writing Center provides a place where students confer with other students who are trained to discuss writing. More ...
Karen Brewer, associate professor of chemistry
Brewer Publishes in Journal of Crystal Growth
Associate Professor of Chemistry Karen Brewer had a paper, "Low temperature metalorganic chemical vapor deposition growth of InP using the new precursors pentamethylcyclopentadienylindium(I) and white phosphorus" published in the Journal of Crystal Growth. This paper is a result of collaboration several years ago with O.T. Beachley, Jr. (Chemistry, SUNY-Buffalo) and H. J. Haugan of the research group of B.D. McComb (Chemical Engineering, SUNY-Buffalo). More ...
Cheng Li Quoted in Newsweek
Professor of Government Cheng Li was quoted in a Newsweek (Nov. 25) article about China's "princelings" or relatives of top leaders. More ...
Day Presents Paper About 1960s Petersburg
Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian Jennifer Day presented a paper, "Home on the Outside: Self and Space in 1960s Petersburg," at the November 2002 annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies in Pittsburgh. More ...
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