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President Tobin
President Tobin Welcomes New Americans
As proud family and friends waved tiny American flags, Hamilton President Eugene M. Tobin congratulated the 40 new Americans who were sworn in at a May 9 naturalization ceremony at the Federal Court House in Utica. In his remarks Tobin said the essence of being an American "is our system of freedom under law" and that "the responsibilities of citizens are as important as the rights accorded citizens." More ...
Teaching Awards Presented to Five Faculty Members

Hamilton College's highest awards for teaching were presented on Friday to faculty members from the philosophy, physics, economics, sociology and Spanish departments.  More ...

Julie-Francoise Kruidenier
Julie-Francoise Kruidenier Named Recipient of James Soper Merrill Prize
Julie-Francoise Kruidenier, a candidate for graduation from Hamilton College later this month, was named the recipient of the James Soper Merrill Prize at Hamilton's annual Class and Charter Day on May 10. More ...
Donna Cardarelli Awarded Fulbright Grant
Donna M. Cardarelli, a candidate for graduation from Hamilton College later this month, has been awarded a J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship for study at Buryat State University in Russia. Seven Hamilton College seniors have won Fulbright Grants and teaching Assistantships this year. More ...
Jin and Xu Organize Second Chinese Language Teaching Conference
The Second Conference on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching in the 21st Century (TCLT2), co-sponsored by Hamilton College, was held at Yale University, June 7-9. Hamilton Professors of Chinese Hong Gang Jin and De Bao Xu were organizers. This followed the successful Conference on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching (TCLT1) held at Hamilton in June, 2000. TCLT2 had more professionals attend and more universities/colleges participated (both from the US and overseas). More ...
Rabinowitz Gives Paper, His OSU Series Publishes Two Books
Professor of Comparative Literature Peter Rabinowitz gave a paper titled "'I Never Saw Any of Them Again': Series, Sequels, and Character Identity," at the International Conference on Narrative on April 12. Two more books have come out in the Theory and Interpretation of Narrative series that Rabinowitz co-edits for Ohio State University Press: Breaking the Frame: Metalepsis and the Construction of the Subject by Debra Malina, and Narrative Dynamics: Time, Plot, Closure, and Frames, edited by Brian Richardson. More ...
Charlotte Porter Awarded Fulbright Teaching Assistantship
Charlotte Porter, a candidate for May graduation from Hamilton, has been awarded a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship to Austria. More ...
Owens-Manley Presents Research at Service-Learning Colloquium
Associate Director of Community Research in the Levitt Center Judy Owens-Manley presented her research at a May Colloquium for Service-Learning Practitioners held at Franklin & Marshall College, in Lancaster, Pa. The colloquium was an opportunity for practitioners to share syllabi, compare notes, engage in philosophical discussions and develop a repertoire of best practices for various aspects of service-learning programs. Owens-Manley presented "Evaluation of Community Programs and Services" as a part of a session on research in service of community. More ...
Owen Has Paper Accepted by Economics Letters
"Menu Costs, Firm Strategy, and Price Rigidity," a paper written by Assistant Professor of Economics Ann Owen with David Trzepacz ’00, has been accepted for publication in Economics Letters. The paper developed out of Trzepacz’s senior honors thesis. More ...
Environmental Studies Class Poster Session
We invite the Hamilton community to view posters on the term projects of the Adirondack class, EnvSt 205, on Monday, May 6, from noon to 5:30 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn. Students will stand by their posters from noon to 1 p.m. to discuss their projects. Topics include: Lynx Reintroduction: A Failed Attempt in the Adirondacks;Acid Rain in the Adirondacks; Preserving the Great Camps; Storytelling in the Adirondacks; Hiking in the High Peaks: Impact and Regulations; Hamlets of the Adirondacks; Sociological Aspects of Wolf Reintroduction in the Adirondacks;The 1980 Lake Placid Olympics; The Adirondack Chair and its Deteriorating Rustic Roots; Developing a Property in the Adirondack Park; The Spirit of the Primitive: Women of the Adirondacks; and Snowmobiling in the Adirondacks. More ...
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