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Hewlett Foundation Grant Will Establish Public Discourse Program at Hamilton College
The new program will offer a cross–cultural and cross-generational exchange by placing students and faculty in real-world contexts. More ...
Luce Foundation Will Fund New Asian Studies Teaching Position at Hamilton
"This award recognizes the considerable strength of the Asian studies program currently at Hamilton and the promise for an even greater understanding of the peoples and cultures of this part of the world" said College President Eugene M. Tobin. More ...
Derek Jones and Erol Balkan are awarded named chairs. More ...
Hamilton College Trustees Raise Campaign Goal to $100 Million
More than $78 million already committed in campaign More ...
Steve Goldberg granted tenure at Hamilton College
Steve J. Goldberg, Chinese art specialist, granted tenure. More ...
Richard and Patricia Couper Endow $1.5 Million to Hamilton College Library Position
Alumnus Richard W. Couper and his wife, Patricia Pogue Couper, Clinton residents, announced their generous commitment to Hamilton College’s library. His own keen interest in history prompted Couper to make the library position a priority, "that enc More ...
Outstanding Volunteer Presented with Hamilton College’s Top Alumni Award
Alumnus Fel G.Davies (New Hartford, NY) received the Bell Ringer Award for his exceptional dedication and loyalty to his alma mater during Reunion Weekend festivities on Saturday, June 5. More ...
Utica businessman F. Eugene Romano to establish $1 million scholarship for local residents
F. Eugene Romano, a 1949 graduate of Hamilton College, is establishing a $1 million endowment for scholarships for students from the Utica- Mohawk Valley region. More ...
Dig Detectives: Hamilton College Archaeologists to Hunt for New Evidence of Remains This Summer at G
Archaeology professors and husband-and-wife team Charlotte Beck and Tom Jones travel to Nevada’s Great Basin this summer, bringing 21 of their students with them. The team will be excavating and looking at archaeological evidence of the people who i More ...
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