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Kate McMullen '03 and Professor of Geology Eugene Domack
McMullen '03 Presented Poster at AGU Meeting
Kate McMullen ’03 recently attended the American Geophysical Union meeting where she presented a poster, "Three Stage Ice Sheet Recession as Recorded by Swath Bathymetry in the Mertz Trough: East Antarctica," with Professor of Geology Eugene Domack. The poster was a summary of research glacial ice recession conducted off the George V Coast, East Antarctica in January-February 2001. More ...
Carlos Yordan
Bush's Public Relations Battle
Hamilton College government professor Carlos Yordán comments on President Bush's State of the Union address and potential U.S. war on Iraq More ...
Wu Reveals Differing Economic Outcomes
Assistant Professor of Economics Stephen Wu published a paper, "The Effects of Health Events on the Economic Status of Married Couples," in the Journal of Human Resources, Winter 2003. More ...
Israeli Elections are Serious Blow to Peace Process
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and his right-wing party, Likud, won the Tuesday elections in Israel. U.S. foreign policy analyst Yael Aronoff says, "The elections in Israel are another serious blow to a potential peace process between Israel and the Palestinians. The greater shift to the right makes a return to negotiations even less likely. More ...
Hamiltonians Train to Raise Money for Cancer Research
Shortly after the 25th annual weekend gathering of a group of Hamilton alumni for the Falmouth Road Race in Falmouth, MA, the idea of "Team Trish" was born. "The goals of Team Trish are twofold," said Barb Smalley '83 who helped coordinate the team. "We want to support the Rosts as well as support The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's mission of finding cures and providing much needed patient services." More ...
Daniel Pipes
Dr. Daniel Pipes Visits the Hill
Dr. Daniel Pipes gave his much-anticipated lecture to a crowded Chapel on Monday evening. His talk, titled, “The Palestinian-Israeli War: Where Did it come from, where is it going?” addressed several issues of the well known conflict and suggested the terms needed for any form of resolution. Pipes stated, “the way to deal with this threat is to defeat it.” Pipes is the director of the Middle East forum and a prize-winning columnist for the New York Post and the Jerusalem Post. He has taught at the University of Chicago, Harvard University, and the U.S. Naval War College. More ...
GOLD Group Alumni Networking Receptions
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Professor of Chinese Hong Gang Jin
Jin Presents Papers at Conference on Chinese Language Pedagogy
Professor of Chinese Hong Gang Jin presented a paper on "Empirical Evidence on Processing and Learning Strategies in Multimedia Chinese Reading Tasks" at the Conference on Chinese Language Pedagogy at the University of Chicago, October 11-13. She also gave two lectures to graduate students at the Institute of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language at National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan, in November: "Chinese Character Processing Strategies in Multimedia Word Recognition Tasks," and "Acquisition Process of Children with Language Disorders.” More ...
Volunteers at Hope House.
More Than 200 Participate in Martin Luther King, Jr., Service Day
Volunteers from the Hamilton College community visited 12 sites on Saturday, Jan. 25, for the 5th annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Service Project. Individual students, staff, and student organizations participated in the day-long projects at non-profit organizations around Utica. More than 200 people participated. All of the sites this year were in Utica (Children's Museum, Hope House, Emmaus House, Thea Bowman House, Salvation Army, the Cosmo Center, Elder Life, the Loretto Center, Martin Luther Homes, JCTOD, Boys and Girls Club, United Cerebral Palsy, and a tutorial on campus for around 50 students from Donovan Middle and Proctor High School). More ...
Alumni Association Will Recognize Hamilton Employee
The Hamilton College Alumni Council has established an award that will honor a College employee. The Distinguished Service Award will "recognize an employee who has substantially contributed to Hamilton through distinguished performance in his or her position and through involvement in student, alumni or other activities in the College community." Active employees in all departments will be eligible for the award. Employees can be nominated for the award by The Alumni Council's Nominations Committee. More ...
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