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Now that Spring Break has come and gone, many parents are faced with the impending dilemma — “What will (fill in your kid’s name) do all summer?” More ...
Peter Rabinowitz Elected Officer
Professor of Comparative Literature Peter Rabinowitz was elected second vice-president of the Society for the Study of Narrative Literature. He will serve as first vice president in his second year and president in his third year. More ...
Peter Rabinowitz Elected Officer
Professor of Comparative Literature Peter Rabinowitz was elected second vice-president of the Society for the Study of Narrative Literature. He will serve as first vice president in his second year and president in his third year. More ...
Peter Rabinowitz Elected Officer
Professor of Comparative Literature Peter Rabinowitz was elected second vice-president of the Society for the Study of Narrative Literature. He will serve as first vice president in his second year and president in his third year. More ...
Carter Honored by Society of Architectural Historians
Professor of Art Rand Carter will be honored by the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) at a special reception this month at the society’s annual meeting in Richmond, Va. Preceding this meeting, Carter will attend the International Friends of Schinkel (FOS) meeting, also in Richmond. He is one of two founding members of FOS, an organization dedicated to the study of the 19th century neo-classicist designer, architect, and urbanist. Carter represented the FOS and gave the opening and closing addresses at an international congress at the faculty of architecture of the Universidad Pedro Enriquez de Urena in the Dominican Republic in November. He will speak at a FOS conference co-sponsored by the faculty of architecture of the University of Catania in Siracusa, Sicily, in June. More ...
Patrick Reynolds Publishes Chapter in Advances in Marine Biology
Patrick Reynolds, associate professor of biology, published a chapter, "The Scaphopoda" in Advances in Marine Biology 42: 137-236. More ...
Peter Rabinowitz Edits Series for Ohio State Press
Professor of Comparative Literature Peter Rabinowitz is series co-editor of the Theory and Interpretation Series at Ohio State University Press. The latest book published is, "Invisible Author: Last Essays" by the novelist and critic Christine Brooke-Rose. More ...
Owen Presents Paper at SUNY Binghamton
Assistant Professor of Economics Ann Owen presented, "Is Trade Good for Your Health?" at SUNY Binghamton. This paper was co-written by Assistant Professor of Economics Steve Wu. More ...
Matt Liptak at the Sanibel Symposium
Matthew Liptak '03 Selected as Goldwater Scholar
Matthew Liptak, a junior at Hamilton College, has been named a Barry M. Goldwater Scholar for the 2002-03 academic year. The scholarship is the premier national undergraduate award in the fields of mathematics, the natural sciences and engineering. He has also been selected as a Pfizer Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow. That will enable Liptak to devote full-time effort to his research project for an eight to 10 week period this summer, and will culminate with a poster presentation at Pfizer's Global Research & Development Laboratories in Groton, Conn., in October. More ...
Edward Walker '62 Op-ed in LA Times
Edward Walker '62, former ambassador to the United Arab Emirates and Egypt and currently president of the Middle East Institute, wrote an op-ed for the Los Angeles Times (3/21/02) about the need for other countries to reform before getting aid from the U.S. More ...
Snowshoeing in the Adirondacks
Adirondack Seminar Class Explores Old Forge on Snowshoes
Members of the environmental studies class, "Forever Wild: The Cultural and Natural Histories of the Adirondacks," went snowshoeing around Old Forge in the Adirondack mountains. The class is a new sophomore seminar that offers an interdisciplinary approach to learning. It is taught by Professor of Biology Ernest Williams and Associate Professor of English Onno Oerlemans. More ...
Richard Nelson '72 Scores with "Franny's Way"
Richard Nelson, a 1972 graduate of Hamilton, wrote and directed a new play, "Franny's Way," that is receiving accolades in New York's theatre world. In a New York Times review (3/28/02), the play is described as "Richard Nelson's sensitively drawn portrait of love in the age of J. D. Salinger... 'Franny's Way,' which opened Tuesday night at the Atlantic Theater in a Playwrights Horizons production, reaffirms Mr. Nelson's distinctive gifts as a creator of memory plays that sting." More ...
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