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EDUCAUSE Leadership Award Goes to David Smallen,Hamilton Technology Leader
This prestigious award recognizes exceptionally effective leadership in campus information technology (IT) use and management, and mentoring of other professionals. More ...
Hamilton Professor Presents Research at Annual Wildlife Society Meeting
Biology Professor David Gapp discovered a diabetes-like syndrome in common snapping turtles trapped in the Utica Marsh. More ...
Interested in Science? Come Quiz Hamilton College Students on Their Research
They will be eager to discuss a broad range of topics including brain activity; self esteem; medicine from the sea; egg-laying preferences of butterflies; pregnancy and lowered breast cancer risk; and polarized gas. More ...
Author and educator, Beverly Daniel Tatum, will participate in a town-hall conversation about race.
Required reading for Hamilton's entering class of 2004 "Why are all the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?" will be the focus of a conversation led by its author. More ...
African American Lesbian Poet/Playwright to Give Reading
Sharon Bridgforth, author of the bull-jean stories (1998) will give a reading, "Soul cycling:", on Friday, Sept. 22 in the Fillius Events Barn. More ...
Posse Coming to Hamilton College
Hamilton College has signed a contract with The Posse Foundation to bring a team of 10 multicultural students to the liberal arts campus each year. More ...
Hamilton College Convocation Scheduled for Sunday, August 27
President Eugene M. Tobin will deliver keynote address "The Aims of a Hamilton Education." Convocation begins at 4 p.m. in Wellin Hall; student prizes and scholarships will be awarded. More ...
Kirkland Project Announces 2000-2001 Program, "Southern Accents: Representation and Resistance throu
The American South, with its rich and complex history, has yielded novelists, poets, dancers, musicians and quilters. All genres will be featured in the upcoming season. More ...
Hamilton Performing Arts Announces the 2000-2001 Series: Contemporary Voices & Visions and Classica
Explosive West African drumming, traditional American percussive dance, classical ballet and superb chamber ensembles to be presented at Wellin Hall. More ...
New Faculty Members Announced at Hamilton College for 2000-2001 Academic Year
David Paris, acting dean of the faculty, announces new faculty for 2000-2001 academic year; 13 tenure track appointments, 22 visiting professors and 27 others. More ...
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