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Ravven Named Head of Jewish Philosophy for AAR
Professor of Religious Studies Heidi Ravven has been named head of the Jewish Philosophy section of the American Academy of Religion, a position that entails determining the programs in Jewish Philosophy at the AAR for at least the next four years. More ...
About 200 students packed KJ Aud. to hear President Eugene Tobin's welcome to "Midnight Madness"
"Midnight Madness" Writing Workshop
"Midnight Madness," billed as "The World's Largest Late Night Writing Workshop," was held on the Hamilton campus on January 29. More than 250 students participated in a series of workshops led by faculty. Government Professor Ted Eismeier, who organized the event, said the purpose was "to reinforce the messages that students get in class -- that Hamilton cares about writing." More ...
Chocolate Lovers Take Note
Hamilton College Biology Professor Ernest Williams will present a lecture, "Chocolate: what it is and why we like it," on Monday, Feb. 4 at 4:10 p.m. in the Science Auditorium. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. More ...
Eugene Domack, professor of geology
Domack Featured in Syracuse Post-Standard
Professor of Geology Eugene Domack led a trip to Antarctica that was featured in the Jan. 31 issue of the Syracuse Post-Standard. Four Hamilton College students participated in the five-week trip. More ...
Ernest Williams holding cocoa bean mulch
Unwrapping the Secrets of Chocolate
If you walk past Ernest Williams’ house in the spring and notice the distinct smell of chocolate, it’s not your imagination — it’s the aroma of cocoa bean shells he uses as mulch in his flowerbeds. More ...
Books that Changed Your Life
Perhaps it was a book that sparked an intellectual pursuit or steered you toward a lifestyle change. It might have made you look at the world in a new way or challenge what you once believed to be true. Most of us can recall at least one book that touched us in a profound way. More ...
Domack and Students Research in Antarctica
The Syracuse Post-Standard reported that Hamilton Geology Professor Eugene Domack and some of his Hamilton students traveled to Antarctica to research clues about global warming. The group collected sediment samples in order to determine how weather in Antarctica has changed over time and hopefully reveal any trend in climate change. More ...
Africana Studies Program Film Series
The Africana Studies Program continues its Diasporic Film Series in celebration of Black History Month. The 2002 theme is "The Color Line Revisited: Is Racism Dead?" The second event, "An Evening with Filmmaker Haile Gerima," will include a lecture, "The Politics of Black Cinema," and the film "Sankofa." It will be held on Tuesday, Feb.12, at 7 p.m. in the Chemistry Aud. Professor Joycelyn Moody will moderate. More ...
Red Cross Blood Drive
The Inter-Society Council will sponsor a Red Cross Blood Drive on Thursday, February 7, from 12-5 p.m. in the Annex. Signups will be on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 4 and 5, from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. in Beinecke (or by email reply to eturcot@hamilton.edu). Please come sign up to give blood. It's a small thing to give, and it means so much to those in need. More ...
David J. Morse '74 Named VP at Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
David J. Morse, a 1974 graduate of Hamilton, has been named vice president for communications at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). RWJF was established as a national philanthropy in 1972 and today it is the largest US foundation devoted to improving the health and health care of all Americans. Previously Morse served as director of public affairs at The Pew Charitable Trusts. Morse earned his master's degree in international relations from The Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies. More ...
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