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Kirshner Publishes Chapter in American Chemical Society Book
Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry Karl N. Kirschner recently published a book chapter titled "Incorporation of Carbohydrates into Macromolecular Force Fields."  The chapter was coauthored with Dr. Sarah Tschampel ('00), a former Hamilton chemistry student, and with Dr. Robert Woods from the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) at the University of Georgia.
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Kirschner Publishes Chapter in American Chemical Society Book
Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry Karl N. Kirschner recently published a book chapter titled "Incorporation of Carbohydrates into Macromolecular Force Fields."  The chapter was coauthored with Dr. Sarah Tschampel ('00), a former Hamilton chemistry student, and with Dr. Robert Woods from the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) at the University of Georgia.
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Pre-Dedication Ceremony Scheduled for New Fitness Center

Hamilton College has scheduled a pre-dedication ceremony for its new fitness and dance center on Tuesday, July 25, in conjunction with a visit by the family for whom the new facility is being named.

The Charlean and Wayland Blood Fitness and Dance Center is scheduled to open officially on August 25, and will be dedicated formally during the college’s Fallcoming Weekend in October. It is being named for the parents of David Blood, a member of the Class of 1981 and the third generation of the Blood family to attend Hamilton.  More ...

College Announces $3.6 Million Commitment;
An avowed early American history enthusiast, Hamilton College alumnus and life trustee Carl Menges ’51 has made a commitment of $3.6 million to support the newly established Alexander Hamilton Center (AHC) at the college. Inspired by Alexander Hamilton’s life and work, the AHC seeks to "promote excellence in scholarship through the study of freedom, democracy and capitalism as these ideas were developed and institutionalized in the United States and within the larger tradition of Western culture," according to the center’s charter. More ...
Hall Presents Paper at MLA Meeting
Assistant Professor of English Tina Hall presented at the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association's annual meeting in Tucson October 12th-15th. She was on a panel called, "RMMLA Poets Read Their Work" and she read from her novella in prose poems, entitled, All the Day's Sad Stories.
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Silent Version of Dracula to be Screened on Sunday
In preparation for Halloween, the earliest surviving film version of Dracula will be screened on Sunday, Oct. 29, at 2 p.m. Nosferatu (1921), directed by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, will be screened in the Kirner-Johnson Auditorium in the Kirner-Johnson Building. The event, which is free and open to the public, is part of the F.I.L.M (Forum for Images and Languages in Motion) series organized by Visiting Art History Professor Scott MacDonald. More ...
Carter Speaks at Conference in Venice
Rand Carter, professor of art history, will speak at the International Network for the Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism conference in Venice from Nov. 2 to 5.  The theme of the conference is "The Venice Charter Revisited.”  More ...
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