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Three Juniors Spend Semester at New England Center for Children

Three Hamilton juniors have spent the spring semester participating in the Hamilton-New England Center for Children (NECC) Cooperative Educational Program, in Southborough, Mass. Sociology concentrator Amanda Iturbe and psychology concentrators Jennifer Franco and Katherine Ribble have worked directly with children with autism or other developmental disabilities, while taking advanced courses in applied behavior analysis. In this program, Hamilton juniors spend a semester in full-time residence at NECC, where they earn full academic credit and work intensively with children who have special needs.  More ...

Computer Science Students Assist Non-Profit Organizations
That the content of many websites is inaccessible to visually impaired computer users is not surprising. But surfers with vision problems can view sites using special software that reads web pages aloud - if sites are properly designed and coded. Students in a section of the computer science department's innovative new course “Explorations in Computer Science” led by Assistant Professor of Computer Science Brian Rosmaita learned how to increase accessibility and usability, focusing on the sites of a half dozen non-profit Utica-based organizations. More ...
21 Seniors Elected to Phi Beta Kappa

Twenty-one members of Hamilton's class of 2007 were elected this month to the Epsilon chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's oldest honor society. They are: Riada Asimovic, Rachel Bennek, Melissa Coffey, Elizabeth Debraggio, Sara Feuerstein, Elizabeth Gilliams, Laura Hartz, William Hoffman, Joseph Jansen, Kaitlin Jones, Theodore Krolik, Lindsay Martin, Sean Navin, Dillon Prime, Michael Simonelli, Shannon Stanfield, Emily Starr, Jonathan Stults, Ingrid Tharasook, Bridget White and Tyler Zink.

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Hamilton's First Summer Service Trip Takes Students to New Orleans
A group of Hamilton students traveled to New Orleans for 10 days to contribute to post-Hurricane Katrina cleaning and rebuilding efforts. This trip focused on the storm's impact on schools and the education system in and around New Orleans, and the students volunteered at the New Orleans Science and Math Charter High School. The school had been flooded with 8-feet of water for weeks after the hurricane and, two year later, still remains without power. Participants were: Tamim Akiki '08, Mike Flanders '09, Sarah Gulack '09, Shane Knapp '09, Ashley Langer '09, Stacey Ng '10, Doug Paetzell '09, Emily Pallin '08, David Schlifka '09 and Stephanie Tafur '10.
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Hamilton's First Summer Service Trip Takes Students to New Orleans
A group of Hamilton students traveled to New Orleans for 10 days to contribute to post-Hurricane Katrina cleaning and rebuilding efforts. This trip focused on the storm's impact on schools and the education system in and around New Orleans, and the students volunteered at the New Orleans Science and Math Charter High School. The school had been flooded with 8-feet of water for weeks after the hurricane and, two year later, still remains without power. Participants were: Tamim Akiki '08, Mike Flanders '09, Sarah Gulack '09, Shane Knapp '09, Ashley Langer '09, Stacey Ng '10, Doug Paetzell '09, Emily Pallin '08, David Schlifka '09 and Stephanie Tafur '10.
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Reunions: Records, reminiscences, renewal
With a record 1,617 alumni and guests on hand, Reunion Weekend 2007 represented a historic moment of transformation for the Hamilton campus, with three events that both change the face of the College and help mark its historic legacy. More ...
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Max Currier '09 Examining Bush Presidency's Actions Regarding the War on Terrro
One night last November, Max Currier ’09 (Manlius, N.Y.) was thinking about his summer plans. It occurred to him at 3 a.m. that maybe he could get funding for his hobby of researching the current government and political situation; “regardless of what I did, I was going to be reading up on the war anyway,” he thought. Later that year, he was awarded an Emerson Grant to research the Bush administration’s actions regarding the War on Terror. Through extensive reading and analysis, Currier hopes to address the behavior of the Bush administration through the lens of Bush’s key ministers.



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Boutin gives talk at Graph Theory Conference
Associate Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin presented her work at the 1st Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics Conference in Banff Alberta Canada. Boutin's recent work focuses on finding a smallest set of nodes that captures all the symmetries in a network. In this talk Boutin gave upper and lower bounds on the size of such a set when the network is presented with a particular decomposition. More ...
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