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Hamilton College Faculty Comment on Political Conventions
Hamilton College professors of rhetoric and communication and government are offer their views on issues to be discussed during the political conventions.  More ...
Hamilton Hosting Mercury Conference

Hamilton College is currently hosting the 3rd Mercury Conference in Computational Chemistry from Thursday, July 29 to Saturday, July 31. The Mercury Conference, devoted solely to undergraduate computational chemistry, provides a great opportunity for students to learn about the broad field of computational chemistry, particularly in interdisciplinary subjects. Students also can discuss their work with other undergraduate computational chemists and leaders in their field. Undergraduate poster presentations and speakers will display new work done in computational chemistry, allow others to learn about the field and create a sense of community amongst students and faculty of many colleges and universities.  More ...

Kat Lexa '05 and Heather Michael '07 Studying Peptide Composition
For Kat Lexa '05, Heather Michael '07 and Meghan Dunn (George Washington '06), examining nearly 36,000 different molecular structures has proven both difficult and rewarding. The students are spending this summer in Hamilton's new Science Center studying the molecular composition of peptides in an effort to eventually produce a more effective drug for the treatment of breast cancer. More ...
Vaughan Elected Fellow of American Psychological Association
Professor of Psychology Jonathan Vaughan was elected as a fellow of the American Psychological Association for 2004. The American Psychological Association is based in Washington, D.C. According to the APA website, the association is the largest association of psychologists in the world working to "advance psychology as a science and profession and as a means of promoting health, education, and human welfare." More ...
Dan Griffith '07 Investigating Two Possible Drug Treatments
Daniel Griffith '07 wanted to stand out as a Hamilton research student and hoped to work on not just one, but two different projects this summer. Griffith and Frank Pickard '05 worked together on an investigation of enediynes, potential anti-cancer agents that may eventually result in an anti-cancer drug. Griffith's other project involves him calculating values for phenols and organic acids that can be important in the process of designing medications. More ...
Pfitsch and Williams Awarded Grant from Nature Conservancy
Associate Professor of Biology William Pfitsch and Leonard C. Ferguson Professor of Biology have received a grant from The Nature Conservancy.  Pfitsch and Williams will continue work in their project "Rome Sand Plains lupine and frosted elfin management." More ...
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Hamilton Alums Combine Philanthropy and Athletics
2003 Hamilton Alums, Ali Cherry, Sarah Karpinski and Andrew Magoun have reached the half way mark training as "Team Hamilton" for the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington,D.C. They are training under the guidance of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to help raise awareness and fund research to find a cure for these horrible diseases.  More ...
Study Questions Whether Boehlert Is an Underperformer
In the run up to this fall's elections, Congressman Boehlert has been criticized by some for his purported underperformance in securing congressional funds for his district. Both Democratic and Republican critics of Congressman Boehlert have claimed that federal spending in his district is well below average. They reference a study done for the Associated Press that looks at data through 2001. The study claims Boehlert's district ranked only 326th out of 435 congressional districts. More ...
Owen Comments on Interest Rates in Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Ann Owen, director of the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center and associate professor of economics, was quoted in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution article "Fed sees economic 'traction'; Interest rates raised quarter-point."  Owen said, "The rate boosts are a calculated gamble. By raising rates, the Fed can hope to reduce inflationary pressures throughout the economy, but it cannot have a significant impact on oil prices, and the increased interest rates will undoubtedly cost jobs."
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