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Ernest Williams
Williams Co-Authors Letter to North American Leaders

Ernest Williams, the William R. Kenan Professor of Biology emeritus and lecturer in biology, co-authored a letter that will be presented to the leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico when they meet for the North American Leaders’ Summit in Ottawa on June 29.  More ...

Andre Burnham ’18 and Fiona McLaughlin ’19.
Queen Bees and Wannabees: Examining Bee Fitness

Over the past decade, bees have been dying and colonies collapsing in unprecedented numbers, posing a threat not only to the bees themselves, but to the many crops they pollinate. Scientists are still working to understand all the factors that pose risks to bees. This summer, Andre Burnham ’18 and Fiona McLaughlin ’19 are contributing their own research to this important question by comparing the fitness of locally raised queen bees and queen bees imported from California.  More ...

Courtney Gibbons
Gibbons Attends AMS Workshop

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons attended the American Mathematical Society (AMS) Mathematics Research Communities “Algebraic Statistics” program on June 12-18 in Snowbird, Utah, where she participated in a workshop on “Likelihood Geometry.”  More ...

Robert Simon
A Philosopher's Championship: Simon's Festschrift

The entire spring issue of the Journal of the Philosophy of Sports, the publication of the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport, has been dedicated to Professor of Philosophy Emeritus Robert Simon’s scholarship on philosophy and sports.  More ...

Jeremy Mathurin '16
Jeremy Mathurin ’16 Heads to D.C. as Consultant for Deloitte

Jeremy Mathurin, the Class of 2016 Commencement speaker, will immediately put his public policy concentration to use as he begins a career as a consultant at Deloitte D.C., the largest professional services firm in the world.  More ...

Sculptures by Professor Rebecca Murtaugh are on display at DEMO Project in Springfield, Ill.
Murtaugh’s Work on Display in Springfield, Ill.

Sculptures by Associate Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh are included in a two-person exhibition with Chicago painter Allison Reimus at DEMO Project in Springfield, Ill. The show, titled Hard Candy, opened June 10 and runs through July 2.  More ...

Emma Reynolds '17
Planting a Love of Poetry

Emma Reynolds ’17 is spending this summer pursuing one of her passions – poetry. The comparative literature concentrator is doing Emerson Grant-funded research on the construction of poetry syllabi at the college and high school level.  More ...

S. Brent Plate
RNS Publishes Plate’s Review

A review of “Bosch: The 5th Centenary Exhibition” by Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate was published by Religion News Service (RNS) on June 9. The exhibition marking the 500th anniversary of the death of painter Hieronymus Bosch opened recently at the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid.  More ...

Clinton kindergarten students create art at the Wellin Museum.
Clinton Kindergartners Get Their Art On

The Wellin Museum of Art recently welcomed nearly 100 kindergarteners from the Clinton Central School District for a morning of arts education. The three classes that visited on June 7 and the two classes that came on June 9 worked with the Wellin educational staff consisting of Amber Spadea, the Andrew W. Mellon Educator for School and Community Programs, and a team of Hamilton College student docents including Anjanae Williams ’18, Elliot Nathan ’17, Julia Dailey ’18, and Reed Johnson ’18.  More ...

The field hockey team competed in Spain.
Hamilton Field Hockey Explores Cultures of Spain and Portugal During Trip

The Hamilton Field Hockey team recently returned from an exciting trip abroad to Seville, Spain, and Lisbon, Portugal. For eight days steeped in Spanish and Portuguese culture, the team explored the cities and cultural artifacts, played competitive field hockey, and spent time volunteering.  More ...

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