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Herold Participates in Multi-Year Information Science Study
Ken Herold, director of library information systems, participated in a 2003-2005 mapping study, “Knowledge Map of Information Science,” a Critical Delphi study with an interdisciplinary panel composed of 57 leading scholars from 16 countries. Results have recently been published at www.success.co.il/is/index.html summarizing the findings of the study, an investigation of the theoretical foundations of the field. More ...
Herold Participates in Multi-Year Information Science Study

Ken Herold, director of library information systems, participated in a 2003-2005 mapping study, “Knowledge Map of Information Science,” a Critical Delphi study with an interdisciplinary panel composed of 57 leading scholars from 16 countries. Results have recently been published at www.success.co.il/is/index.html summarizing the findings of the study, an investigation of the theoretical foundations of the field.  More ...

Burke Library Receives Chester Gillette Diary for Collection
Hamilton College’s Burke Library received the donation of Adirondacks murderer Chester Gillette’s diary from his grandniece in a ceremony on March 6. Gillette was convicted of the 1906 murder of his lover Grace Brown at Big Moose Lake in the Adirondacks. The diary was written between 1907 and 1908 while Gillette was in Auburn prison, awaiting his execution.
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Grammy Winner Bill Harley '77 Featured in The Boston Globe
Recent Grammy winner Bill Harley '77 was featured in a Boston Globe article (3/9/07) about his life as a children's entertainer. Harley's "Blah, Blah, Blah ... Stories About Clams, Swamp Monsters, Pirates and Dogs" recently won the Grammy for best spoken word album for children. The article highlights Harley's career as a storyteller and notes "he is among the very best at the many things he does." According to the Globe story, "... his education served him well. 'I got a good foundation in myth and story, and that kind of structure is something that still, even today, underlies a lot of the writing I do,' he says. 'I do feel like I'm not just trying to entertain. I want to do that - the first thing you have to do is entertain so they pay attention - but I don't want to lecture.'" More ...
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Jennifer Potter Hayes K '73 Awarded Fulbright Grant to Korea
Jennifer Potter Hayes K ’73 has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar to the U.S.-Korea International Education Administrators program. Hayes is currently employed as a program developer and career advisor at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, where she works with graduate international students. She was formerly Director of Alumni Programs at Hamilton College and prior to that, Registrar.
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Jennifer Potter Hayes K '73 Awarded Fulbright Grant to Korea
Jennifer Potter Hayes K ’73 has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar to the U.S.-Korea International Education Administrators program. Hayes is currently employed as a program developer and career advisor at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, where she works with graduate international students. She was formerly Director of Alumni Programs at Hamilton College and prior to that, Registrar.
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Publishing of book
Visiting Instructor of Japanese Minae Yamamoto Savas is the co-translator of the new book entitled Virtual Kyoto, edited by Yano Keiji, Isoda Shigeru, Nakaya Tomoki, and Philip Brown (Nakanishiya Shuppan, Kyoto, 2007). This book introduces historic Kyoto’s past, present and even explores its future in virtual time and space. It is a part of the on-going larger interdisciplinary research project launched by Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan. The project is funded by the Japanese Ministry of Science, Education, and Culture. More ...
Jeffrey J. Cohen Lectures on Green Children and Postcolonial England
Medievalist Jeffrey J. Cohen, Professor of English at George Washington University, delivered a well-attended lecture on March 29 entitled, "Through a Monster's Eyes: The Landscape of Postcolonial England." Professor Cohen discussed his recent research on the green children of Woolpit, and explored what their lives and stories can reveal about twelfth-century English identity. The lecture was sponsored by the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program and the Dean of the Faculty. More ...
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