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Two Hamilton Professors Appointed to Endowed Chairs
Two members of the Hamilton College faculty have been appointed to endowed chairs. John H. O'Neill will be the Edmund A. LeFevre Professor of English, and James Bradfield will be the Elias W. Leavenworth Professor of Economics. The LeFevre Chair is awarded to a senior member of the Department of English who has demonstrated exceptional dedication and accomplishment as a teaching scholar. The Leavenworth Chair recognizes outstanding teaching, distinguished scholarship, and community service. Both appointments were effective on July 1. More ...
Hamilton Professor Discusses China's Leadership
Cheng Li, professor of government, was in Washington, D.C. this week for a live interview with VOA Television's "Strait Talk." During the hour-long program, Li fielded calls from mainland China and Taiwan about Chinese leadership and succession. More ...
Matthew Liptak '03 and George Shields Co-Author Chemistry Paper
Hamilton rising junior Matthew Liptak and Chemistry Professor George Shields have co-authored a paper that will be published in the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry. Liptak has also co-authored a paper that was published in the Journal of Chemical Physics and has another forthcoming in the Journal of the American Chemical Society in August. More ...
Hamilton Swim Camp in Session
The William M. Bristol Jr. Pool is home to the 14th annual Swim Camp directed by Hamilton Swim Coach Dave Thompson. More than 165 boys and girls will take the plunge during the camp that will be held over the course of the next three weeks. More ...
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 ...
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