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Carl Hayden '63 re-elected NY chancellor
Carl Hayden, a 1963 graduate of Hamilton, was re-elected by the New York state Board of Regents to a third three-year term as chancellor. Hayden, a member of the board since 1990, was first elected chancellor in 1995. He is an attorney in Elmira. Regents are elected to the board by joint sessions of the state Legislature. The board sets education policies for public schools throughout New York state. More ...
Barbara Gold writes on diversity
Barbara Gold, associate dean of faculty and professor of classics, has written an article for the Association of American Colleges and Universities' publication, Diversity Digest. Gold's article, titled Diversifying the Curriculum: What Do Students Think, conveys the thoughts of a Hamilton College student focus group about diversity requirements. More ...
Ecology Field Trip
A group of 20 Hamilton students and their faculty advisor, Biology Professor William Pfitsch, are on a two-week trip to study tropical field ecology in Costa Rica. More ...
Josh Simpson to be featured on PBS
Josh Simpson '72 will be featured in a PBS documentary, "Where the Earth Meets the Sky, the Glassworks of Josh Simpson," this weekend. WGBY Springfield, MA, (channel 57) will air the program on Saturday, March 24, at 7:30 pm. More ...
Robert Jordon '60 wins Discovery Award
The Dermatology Foundation has awarded Robert Jordon, a 1960 graduate of Hamilton and chairman of the Department of Dermatology at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, and Ernest H. Beutner, Ph.D., for their groundbreaking research on blistering skin disorders in the 1960s. The Dermatology Foundation created the award in 1991 as its highest tribute to dermatologists who embody the essence of scientific and intellectual curiosity that the organization strives to nurture through its research awards program. More ...
Alumnus, poet Peter Meinke to read
Peter Meinke, poet and author, and a 1955 graduate of Hamilton, will give a reading of his work tonight, March 29, at 8 p.m. in Dwight Lounge, Bristol Campus Center. The reading is free and open to the public. Meinke's visit is sponsored by the English department. More ...
Two Seniors Win Watson Fellowships
Two Hamilton College seniors have been awarded Thomas J. Watson Fellowships for 2001-2002. Louisa Smith, an economics and art double major from Duxbury, MA, and Justin Stein, a philosophy major from Larchmont, NY, were selected from among 1,000 students who applied for the awards. This is the third consecutive year that Hamilton students have been among the recipients of a Watson Fellowship. More ...
Power, Morality and Integrity
Hamilton will offer its fifth annual Alumni Seminar in the Liberal Arts this summer, when it presents Power, Morality and Integrity, July 26-29. More ...
Michael Rothenberg in Daily News
Michael Rothenberg, a 1986 graduate of Hamilton College, was named director of New York Lawyers for the Public Interest earlier this year. The organization, founded five years ago, was created to supplement legal services to the poor in New York City. Rothenberg was featured in The New York Daily News in Clem Richardson's "Spotlight on Great People" column. More ...
The 2000 Census
The March report of the 2000 Census provides a look at race and Hispanic origin in the United States. Hamilton College professor Philip Klinkner says the numbers show a diverse but not integrated portrait of America. More ...
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