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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 ...
The Root Glen in Bloom
If you're looking for a quiet spot to enjoy this summer's sunny days, visit the Root Glen, where you'll also be treated to a riot of colors provided by the thousands of flowers growing there. More ...
Biology Students Survey Turtles in Utica Marsh
Katie Lee, Sarah McNeil, Angela Pagano, and Hannah Stahle are monitoring snapping turtles for the incidence of diabetes. This project, supervised by Biology Professor David Gapp, has been ongoing since 1993. More... More ...
Government Professor Travels to Brazil
Associate Professor of Government Carol Drogus will travel to Brazil to complete research on a co-authored book, thanks to a Fichter Research Award from the Association for the Sociology of Religion. She also has been named by the Institute for International Education for a three-year term on the country selection committee (Brazil and Southern Cone) for Fulbright-Hayes grants. The committee selects nominees whose names are forwarded to host countries for finalization. Fulbright-Hayes funds doctorate and some master’s-level research. Earlier this month, Drogus’ co-authored paper, "National Alliances: Catholic Activists and Grassroots Feminist Organizations in Brazil and Chile,” was presented by her co-author at the Latin American Studies Association meeting in Washington, DC. More ...
Chemistry Professor Travels to Italy
Earlier this month, Associate Dean of the Faculty and Associate Professor of Chemistry Tim Elgren presented "Catecholase Activity Associated with Cu-S100B” at the 10th International Conference on Bioinorganic Chemistry in Florence, Italy. In addition to Elgren, co-authors included SueAnn Senior (laboratory supervisor), Heather VanGuilder '02, Elizabeth Guancial '01, Laura Mans '00 and Kimberly Kelly '96. The abstract was published in the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry (2001) 86, 210. In addition, Elgren and Silas D. Childs Professor of Chemistry Robin Kinnel have been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Dreyfus Scholar/Fellowship Program for their project, “An Integrative, Investigative and Advanced Chemistry Laboratory.” More ...
Economics Professor Lectures at International Conference
Associate Professor of Economics Christopher Georges presented a paper titled "Learning Dynamics in an Artificial Currency Market" at the 7th International Conference of the Society for Computational Economics at Yale University in June. More ...
Artist Fellowship Awarded
Assistant Professor of English Naomi Guttman was awarded an Artist's Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts for work on her current manuscript, Galactopoiesis. Her poem, "Ultrasounds," will be published soon in the e-book anthology, Sad Little Breathings & Other Acts of Ventriloquism, edited by Heather McHugh and published by PublishingOnline (PublishingOnline.com). Two poems from the cycle Galactopoiesis, "Breather" and "Ward," appeared in the latest edition of the journal River Styx (#60). This past summer Guttman mentored Emerson Summer Collaboration Award recipient Meghan Lynch ’02 on a poetry project, a series of monologues and lyric poems based on the history of the Merrimack River Valley. More ...
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