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Hamilton Sophomore Investigating Role of Neurotransmitter in Metamorphosis
Anna Arnold, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, is currently participating in the school's summer science research program. Arnold has committed ten weeks of her summer vacation to a neuroscience lab, working with Assistant Professor of Biology Herman Lehman. The project involves an insect neurotransmitter known as octopamine and the role it plays throughout development and metamorphosis. More ...
Hamilton Sophomore Investigating Role of Neurotransmitter in Metamorphosis
Anna Arnold, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, is currently participating in the school's summer science research program. Arnold has committed ten weeks of her summer vacation to a neuroscience lab, working with Assistant Professor of Biology Herman Lehman. The project involves an insect neurotransmitter known as octopamine and the role it plays throughout development and metamorphosis. More ...
Hamilton Sophomore Investigating Role of Neurotransmitter in Metamorphosis
Anna Arnold, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, is currently participating in the school's summer science research program. Arnold has committed ten weeks of her summer vacation to a neuroscience lab, working with Assistant Professor of Biology Herman Lehman. The project involves an insect neurotransmitter known as octopamine and the role it plays throughout development and metamorphosis. More ...
Hamilton Sophomore Investigating Quirks in New Chemistry Equipment
Andy Vermilyea, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, is nearing the completion of his ten-week summer science research project on the chemistry department's new ITC (Isothermal Titration Calorimeter). The ITC is the latest in calorimetry technology, but its accuracy has been called into question due to data incompatible with published results. Andy has undertaken the task of resolving this conflict. More ...
Networked Microscopy Classroom
Professor of Geology Eugene Domack, Stephen Harper Kirner Professor of Geology Barbara Tewksbury and Associate Professor of Geology David Bailey were awarded $75,399 from the National Science Foundation’s CCLI program to support a networked microscopy classroom in the Geology Department. Domack also received a $25,000 grant from the National Science Foundation supporting an international conference examining global warming and geologic changes in the Antarctic Peninsula. This grant will be matched 1:1 by Hamilton’s Environmental Studies Program. More ...
Robert Redfield's Paper Appears in Czechoslvak Mathematical Journal
Samuel F. Pratt Professor of Mathematics Robert Redfield’s paper, "Subfields of lattice-ordered fields that mimic maximal totally ordered subfields," appeared in the Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal, 51(126), 2001, pp. 143-161. More ...
New Employees
Maria Crumb recently joined the Admission Office as an office assistant/application processor. Maria comes to us from Hartford Insurance, where she worked in the Customer Service department troubleshooting customer problems and entering data on insurance policies. She graduated from Remsen Central School and lives in Remsen with her husband, Jay, and daughter, Taylor. More ...
INDIANA JONES- Raiders of the Lost Ark
Action-packed and adventure-filled, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK is director Steven Spielberg's loving homage to the Saturday matinee cliffhanger serials of his childhood. Starring Harrison Ford, Paul Freeman, Ronald Lacey, John Rhys-Davies, Denholm Elliot, Karen Allen and others. Music by John Williams. More ...
Author, Educator Lorene Cary Lecture on Thursday
Author and educator Lorene Cary will present a lecture, "Living to Tell the Tale: Experiences of an African-American Woman at Elite Educational Institutions," on Thursday, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. in the Chapel. Lorene Cary's first book, Black Ice (1991), has been called "the most beautifully written and moving African-American autobiographical narrative since Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings." A memoir of her years first as a black female student, and then teacher, at St. Paul's, an exclusive New England boarding school, Black Ice was chosen as a notable book for 1992 by the American Library Association. Currently a lecturer in creative writing at the University of Pennsylvania where she was a 1998 recipient of the Provost's Award for Distinguished Teaching, Cary has lectured throughout the U.S. For more information, please call the Kirkland Project office at x4288. Sponsors: Kirkland Project, Office of the President, Kirkland Endowment Advisory Committee, Higher Education Opportunity Program, Dean of Faculty Office, Dean of Students Office, Africana Studies and the Teacher Education Program. More ...
Mitchell Stevens' Book Noted in Chronicle
Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Homeschooling Movement, a new book by Assistant Professor of Sociology Mitchell Stevens, is featured in the Oct. 11 Chronicle of Higher Education's Hot Type column. More ...
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