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Women's swimming & diving seventh after day two of NESCACs
Hamilton College recorded two more provisional NCAA cuts and broke two more school records in the second day of competition of the New England Small College Athletic Conference Championships at Bowdoin College on Feb. 21. More ...
Art Students Tour New York Studios of Contemporary Artist
Art students, led by Katharine Kuharic, the Kevin W. Kennedy Associate Professor of Art, traveled to New York City on Feb. 19-21 to tour the studios of respected contemporary artists Polly Apfelbaum, Kurt Kauper, Julie Heffernan, Justine Kurland and Carolee Schneeman.
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Arboretum and Continuing Education
In addition to providing an off-season forum for garden enthusiasts from the area, the Hamilton College Arboretum Winter Series workshops are now providing an opportunity for professional development of local arborists. The Winter Series 2009 workshops are open to the public and feature lectures by experts in the horticulture field. Attendance at these workshops is an opportunity for arborists to keep their certifications up to date. More ...
Vincent Simeone lectures for Arboretum
February's Arboretum Winter Series 2009 workshop was given by Vincent Simeone, an expert horticulturist who works for Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park in Long Island. More ...
Jones Presents Talk at Spain's Mondragon University
Derek Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, gave a talk titled "The Economic Impact of Offline Teams" at ETEO, Mondragon University, in Oñate, Spain, on March 5. Jones' presentation was based on a paper written with Colgate professor Takao Kato available as a working paper from the Institute for the Study of Labor. More ...
Casey Green '09 Senior Seminar Paper Selected for National Classics Honor Society Panel
Senior classics major Casey Green's senior seminar paper has been selected for the Eta Sigma Phi panel at the 2010 APA meeting in California. Eta Sigma Phi is the national classics honor society and the APA is the American Philological Association, the national professional organization for classicists. In addition, Madeline Ware's paper received honorable mention for the Eta Sigma Phi convention later this month in Memphis.Hamilton was the only school to have two papers recognized. More ...
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