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John Simpson '72 Designed Trophies for Mohawk Valley "Accent on Excellence"

Honorees in the Mohawk Valley's Accent on Excellence awards will receive trophies designed by Hamilton alumnus glass artist John Simpson '72. The trophies, designed at his studio in Shelburne, Mass., feature a glass sphere or planet on a Plexiglass stand. Simpson is known for his "planet" design, a round piece of multiple layers of glass with layers of colors. The Accent on Excellence award honors young residents of the Mohawk Valley who have excelled in their professional lives and dedicated themselves to serving the community.  More ...

John Simpson '72 Designed Trophies for Mohawk Valley "Accent on Excellence"

Honorees in the Mohawk Valley's Accent on Excellence awards will receive trophies designed by Hamilton alumnus glass artist John Simpson '72. The trophies, designed at his studio in Shelburne, Mass., feature a glass sphere or planet on a Plexiglass stand. Simpson is known for his "planet" design, a round piece of multiple layers of glass with layers of colors. The Accent on Excellence award honors young residents of the Mohawk Valley who have excelled in their professional lives and dedicated themselves to serving the community.  More ...

New Edition of Isserman’s Book, America Divided Released

Hamilton College’s Maurice Isserman, William R. Kenan Professor of History, co-authored a book with Michael Kazin of Georgetown University; the book, titled <i> America Divided: The Civil War of the 1960’s </i> and published by Oxford University Press has been revised and re-released. The Second Edition of the book includes new insights by both Isserman and Kazin regarding events of the 1960’s, including the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Vietnam War, and the rise of the New-Right. More analysis of the cultural changes in the 1960’s is included in the new edition as well, including the important affects of musicians such as Bob Dylan, The Beatles, and Motown had on people and culture of the era.   More ...

New Edition of Isserman’s Book, America Divided Released

Hamilton College’s Maurice Isserman, William R. Kenan Professor of History, co-authored a book with Michael Kazin of Georgetown University; the book, titled <i> America Divided: The Civil War of the 1960’s </i> and published by Oxford University Press has been revised and re-released. The Second Edition of the book includes new insights by both Isserman and Kazin regarding events of the 1960’s, including the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Vietnam War, and the rise of the New-Right. More analysis of the cultural changes in the 1960’s is included in the new edition as well, including the important affects of musicians such as Bob Dylan, The Beatles, and Motown had on people and culture of the era.   More ...

Lecture on the Native Americans who Discovered Columbus
Author, Storyteller Bobby Gonzalez will present, "The Tainos: The Native Americans Who Discovered Columbus," October 1, at 7 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn.  Gonzalez is Native American/Latino lecturer, storyteller, and poet from New York City; and the author of Song of the American Holocaust. More ...
Presidential Inauguration Webcast
At 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18, Joan Hinde Stewart will be inaugurated as the 19th president of Hamilton College.  For those who cannot make the trip to campus, we invite you to watch the live broadcast of the event via the Web.  For more information, visit:
http://www.hamilton.edu/college/president/webcast.html
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Yordan Quoted in Associated Press Article
Carlos Yordan, visiting prfessor of government was quoted in an Associated Press article, "Symbolic victory seen for U.S. with resolution's approval at U.N.," about the U.N. resolution authorizing a multinational military force under U.S. command. Yordan said, "the resolution was a symbolic victory for Europeans as well because it "forces the United States to explain itself" not only to its allies, but to China and Russia, too." More ...
'American Influence on China’s Peaceful Evolution'
Cheng Li, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Government, gave a lecture titled "Education, Art, and Politics: American Influence on China’s Peaceful Evolution," as one of the activities planned for Hamilton's presidential inauguration. Li's lecture was also part of the Faculty Lecture Series sponsored by the office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty. More ...
Syracuse Professor Lectures on Aging, Skill Learning and Cognitive Expertise
Professor William Hoyer of Syracuse University gave a lecture entitled "Aging, Skill Learning and Cognitive Expertise" on Oct 29 in the Science Auditorium. Hoyer talked about his research in the field of cognitive aging, particularly about the differences in skill learning between older and younger subjects. The event was the first in the John Rybash Memorial Lecture Series, established in honor of John Rybash, Hamilton College Professor of Psychology from 1991-1999 by his family, friends, colleagues and former students. More ...
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