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Stuart Scott '61, chairman-elect of Hamilton's Board of Trustees, met with the campus community.
Chairman-Elect Stuart Scott '61 Meets Campus Community
Stuart Scott, who will become chairman of the board of trustees at Hamilton College on July 1, was on campus today to meet members of the College community. Students, faculty and staff stopped by Cafe Opus for an informal meeting with Scott. A 1961 Hamilton graduate, Scott is chairman of Jones Lang LaSalle Inc., the world’s leading real estate services and investment management firm with approximately 6,700 employees based in more than 100 key markets on five continents. More ...
Senior Fellowship Presentation by Maggie Hanson
Senior Fellow Maggie Hanson will present her research on "The Personality of Distance Runners: Goal Setting, Performance,and Mental Health," on Tuesday, May 7, from 7-8 p.m. in the Red Pit at Kirner-Johnson. Sponsored by the office of the dean of faculty. More ...
Hamilton College and Community Oratorio Society to Perform Dvorák's Requiem
The Hamilton College and Community Oratorio Society, directed by G. Roberts Kolb, will perform Antonín Dvorák's Requiem on Tuesday, May 7, at 8 p.m. at Wellin Hall in the Schambach Center . The featured soloists are Lauralyn Kolb soprano; Martha Sutter, mezzo-soprano; Todd Greer, tenor; and Timothy LeFebvre, baritone. More ...
Chris Schuster '00 addresses students and faculty on her art world experiences
Alumna Speaks On Career In Art World
Christine Schuster '00 works as director of marketing for Behr-Thyssen, an importer of fine art by premier contemporary intaglio and lithography artists from around the world. As host of a fascinating brown bag lunch discussion this week, Chris chronicled her beginnings in the New York City art world. More ...
Graduating To Bigger and Better Things?
Hamilton College seniors are facing the harsh reality that their dream job may not fall right into their lap. Hamilton seniors were the focus of an article in the Utica Observer Dispatch detailing the scarcity of jobs for soon to be college graduates. More ...
Danielle Wittern Senior Fellowship Presentation
Senior Fellow Danielle Wittern will read from her novel, "A Semester Away: Learning to Live Entre Lenguas," on Wednesday, May 8, from 8-9 p.m., in the Fillius Events Barn. Refreshments will be served. More ...
CIA Researcher Speaks at Hamilton
Janet Dorigan, the senior biological research advisor from the Central Intelligence Agency give a seminar titled "Forensic Applications of Stable Isotopes." The Hamilton Chapter of the American Chemical Society sponsored the lecture. More ...
Professor of Geology Barbara Tewskbury
Barbara Tewksbury Awarded NSF Grant
Hamilton College is one of four institutions that will receive money from a $4.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The grant will fund a five-year project, titled “On the Cutting Edge,” which is designed to improve the quality of undergraduate geoscience education. Barbara J. Tewksbury, the Stephen Harper Kirner Professor of Geology, has been awarded more than $70,000 from the grant for 2002, and will receive additional funding each year for the next five years. More ...
Rosolowski Awarded Fellowship
Tacey A. Rosolowski, scholar in residence, has been awarded a James Renwick Senior Fellowship in American Craft by the Renwick Gallery, a division of the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. One Renwick Fellowship is awarded competitively each year, allowing the recipient access to Smithsonian collections, archives, and research staff. Rosolowski has received the Fellowship to support her research on contemporary adornment and its relation to culture. Her fellowship period will begin in January, 2003. More ...
Why Recycle?
There could easily be 150 tons/year of the paper group; junk mail, copy paper, computer paper, magazines, newspapers and corrugated cardboard, not being collected for recycling at Hamilton College. More ...
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