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Four Faculty Members Granted Tenure
Four faculty members from the English, theatre & dance, Africana studies and sociology departments were approved for tenure by the college's board of trustees during their recent meeting. The granting of tenure is based on recommendations of the vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty, and the committee on appointments, with the president of the college presenting final recommendations to the board of trustees. More ...
Rich Bernstein '80 to Appear on Wall $treet Week
Rich Bernstein, a 1980 graduate of Hamilton, will be the featured guest on Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser on Friday March 22. The show is shown on most PBS stations at 8:30 p.m. Bernstein is chief U.S. strategist for Merrill Lynch & Co. More ...
Salt City Jazz Collective
The Salt City Jazz Collective to Perform Free Jazz Concert
The Salt City Jazz Collective will present a free jazz concert on Tuesday, April 2, at 9 p.m. in Café Opus at the Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts at Hamilton College. More ...
Dr. Walvoord discussed water resources and waste disposal
Michelle A. Walvoord, "Desert Vadose Zones: Re-supply or Refuse?"
Michelle A. Walvoord, of the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, spoke to the geology department about desert water table dynamics on March 15. Her talk, titled “Desert Vadose Zones: re-supply or refuse?,” outlined her work in the field, which includes formulating a new model for water flow and aquifer recharge in arid and semi-arid regions. Vadose zones are the regions... More ...
Goldberg Presents Lecture at Agnes Scott
Associate Professor of Asian Art History Steve Goldberg presented a plenary lecture, "Chinese Calligraphy in an Age of Globalization," at Considering Asia: Indentity, Community, Ecology, sponsored by Asia Studies Development Program with the support of the Luce Foundation, held at Agness Scott. He also presented a paper, "On Chinese Calligraphy," at the Atlanta College of Art. More ...
Hamilton's Heart Run Team
Hamilton Heart Run Team Exceeds Goal
Hamilton's Great American Heart Run and Walk Team raised $6,346 in its best effort yet. Hamilton co-chair Marylyn Nassimos reports that Hamilton's 89 participants raised an average of $71.30/person. These numbers represent an increase in participants and in money raised from last year. More ...
ACCESS Project, Adair in The National Journal
The ACCESS Project and Women's Studies Professor/ACCESS co-director Vivyan Adair are featured in a National Journal (3/9/02) article,"Get Hitched, Stay Hitched," concerning President Bush's plan to give states money to encourage marriage among welfare recipients. More ...
Jia Qingguo talks to a student during his visit to Hamilton
Jia Qingguo Spoke on U.S./China Relations
Brookings Institution Fellow Jia Qingguo presented, "The Improvement of Sino-American Relations after September 11: Is it Sustainable?" on March 13, at Hamilton. More ...
Hilary King '05 measures the girth of an old tree
Diggins, Students Visit Old-Growth Forest
Four students along with visiting Professor of Biology Thomas Diggins joined members of the Sierra Club and the New York Old Growth Forest Association (NYOGFA) in Saratoga Spa State Park on March 10 to determine if the forest was old growth or not. The park is located just north of Albany, NY, and was going to be developed into a golf course until the Sierra Club stepped in and argued for its protection. More ...
Christian Johnson Hall, home of the Emerson Gallery
Emerson Gallery
The Emerson Gallery is located in Christian A. Johnson Hall on the campus of Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. Admission to the exhibitions and special events is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 1- 5 p.m. For more information, please call the Gallery at (315) 859-4396. More ...
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