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Whose Votes Don't Count?
When the U.S.Senate opens hearings on Wednesday, June 27, into the Civil Rights commission’s findings from the Florida presidential election, they’ll have another study to review that supports earlier findings.  Florida counties with higher proportions of black registered voters still had higher rates of spoiled ballots. More ...
Forgery in the Arts
Why are some works of art forgeable, and others are not? Krystyn Schmerbeck, a rising junior, is researching the possibility of forgery in the arts through her Emerson Summer Collaboration Award with Philosophy Professor Kirk Pillow. More ...
Hamilton Hockey Camp in Session
Hamilton College Hockey Camp is currently in session, hosting more than 100 campers from over 11 states. Coaches from various colleges, high schools, and prep schools are coaching the two-week session. More ...
NSF Awards Grant To Hamilton Consortium
The National Science Foundation's Major Research Instrumentation program has awarded Hamilton College $780,220 to buy a supercomputer for the project titled "Acquisition of High Performance Computers for the Northeastern Undergraduate Research Chemistry Consortium." The consortium consists of faculty at Colgate, Connecticut College, Hobart & William Smith, Holy Cross, St. Lawrence, Vassar, and Hamilton, all of whom have undergraduate research programs in computational chemistry. More ...
Dr. Hugh Sampson '71 Featured in NY Times
Dr. Hugh Sampson '71, professor of pediatrics at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, was quoted extensively and identifed as "the country's foremost expert on pediatric allergies" in a New York Times Magazine article, The Allergy Prison" (6/10/01). More ...
Jeffrey Mass '62 Honored Posthumously at Stanford
The late Dr. Jeffrey Mass, a 1962 graduate of Hamilton College and a professor of history at Stanford University, was recognized with a posthumous honorary degree from Hamilton at Stanford University's Commencement on June 17. Rosa Mass, Dr. Mass' widow, accepted the honorary degree, which was presented by Michael Keller '67, Stanford University Librarian, at Stanford's History Department graduation ceremony. More ...
Hamilton Hosts Summer Starter Program This Week
Forty-three multicultural students from high schools around the nation are currently visiting the Hamilton College campus for a week of exposure to liberal arts education in a program called Summer Starter. More ...
Invading Species
In June, Diggins presented one talk and co-authored two others at the International Association for Great Lakes Research, in Green Bay, WI. He presented, with six co-authors, "Niche partitioning between dreissenid species, with an epiphytic refugium for the zebra mussel.” Co-authored papers included "Experimental analysis of sport fish predation on the round goby" and "Diet choice by the exotic round goby as influenced by prey motility and environmental complexity." More ...
Bob Moses Wins First Nation/Puffin Prize for Creative Citizenship
Robert Moses, a 1956 graduate of Hamilton College, is the first recipient of the $100,000 Nation/Puffin Prize for Creative Citizenship. The award was created to recognize an individual "who has challenged the status quo through distinctive, courageous, imaginative and socially responsible work." More ...
Cheng Li in Christian Science Monitor
Government Professor Cheng Li was interviewed for a Christian Science Monitor article (6/15) about China's meeting with Russia and four Central Asian nations to discuss foreign policy. The forum "is China's attempt to break out of its old foreign policy isolation," Li said. More ...
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