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Steven Feldgus and George Shields Research Published
An article, "An ONIOM Study of the Bergman Reaction: A Computationally Efficient and Accurate Method for Modeling the Enediyne Anticancer Antibiotics," by Steven Feldgus, Dreyfus Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow of Chemistry, and George Shields, professor and chair, has been accepted for publication in Chemical Physics Letters. More ...
Boehlert Delivers Hansmann Lecture at Hamilton
Congressman Sherwood Boehlert, chair of the House Science Committee, said a scientifically literate citizenry needs a firm grounding in the social sciences, humanities and arts. Boehlert delivered the annual Hansmann Lecture at Hamilton on Tuesday, Sept. 4. A Republican who represents New York's 23rd Congressional District, which includes Oneida County, Boehlert said the federal government needs to focus more attention and more resources on science education. More ...
Heidi Ravven Promoted to Full Professor
Heidi M. Ravven, an associate professor in the Religious Studies department at Hamilton College, has been promoted to full professor. More ...
Performance Artist Kate Bornstein To Appear for Kirkland Project
Performance Artist Kate Bornstein will present "On Men, Women and the Rest of Us," on Sunday, Sept. 9, at 8 p.m., in Minor Theatre. Her appearance is sponsored by The Kirkland Project as part of its 2001-02 programming, "The Body in Question." More ...
Author John von Duffel to Lecture
The department of German and Russian will sponsor a lecture, in English, by the young dramatist, translator and novelist John von Düffel on Monday, Sept. 10 at 4 p.m. in the Browsing Room, second floor of Christian Johnson Hall. Mr. Düffel's newest work, Ego, is set to appear this month. More ...
Mitchell Stevens on KUER Radio
Sociology Professor Mitchell Stevens, author of the new book, Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Homeschooling Movement,will be a guest on KUER radio (Salt Lake City) on Wednesday, Sept. 5, at noon. KUER is a public radio station operated by the University of Utah.The interview can be heard via KUER's Web site, www.kuer.org/listenlive. More ...
Hamilton College Professor Conducts Field Study
Douglas Raybeck, profssor of anthropology, went back to Kelantan, Malaysia to examine cognitive and social changes that have occurred in one village over a thirty year period. After three months of "intensive, hot, sweaty fieldwork," Raybeck returned to teaching for the fall semester. More ...
ACCESS Project Receives FIPSE Grant
The ACCESS Project at Hamilton College has received a $40,000 FIPSE (Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education) grant from the federal Department of Education, Office of Post-Secondary Education. The grant will be used for assessment and evaluation. Hamilton will participate with a network of 11 other colleges to design curriculum and develop strategies to teach the low-income parents who comprise the ACCESS Project. More ...
Cynthia Domack Promoted to Full Professor
Cynthia Domack, an associate professor of geology at Hamilton College, has been promoted to full professor. Promotion to full professor is based on recommendations of the dean of faculty, the committee of appointments and senior departmental colleagues.The college president makes the final decision on promotion to full professor and in the case of tenure, presents the final recommendation to the board of trustees. More ...
New Faculty Members Announced for 2001-2002 Academic Year
David Paris, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty at Hamilton College, announced the appointment of new faculty for the 2001-2002 academic year, including five tenure track appointments, 23 visiting professors, and six lecturers, teaching fellows and instructors. More ...
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