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A Work that Crosses Boundaries

As a creative writing and archeology double major with a passion for art, Petra Elfström ’18 was able to combine her interests and put them into practice this summer through research funded by the Digital Humanities Initiatives (DHi). Elfström is making an educational film focusing on the archaeological practices of the Slocan Narrows Archaeological Project (SNAP). Elfström is advised by Associate Professor of Anthropology Nathan Goodale and Janet Simons, co-director of the DHi.  More ...

Alexander Hollister '17, Hersheena Rajaram '19 and Patrick McConnell '17.
Are Young Refugees Staying in Utica?

Thousands of refugees have arrived in Utica over the past couple decades. One thing that’s unclear however is how many refugees, particularly youth, choose to stay. This summer a Levitt Research Group is examining that question. Alexander Hollister ’17, Patrick McConnell ’19, and Hersheena Rajaram ’19, working with Professor of Economics Paul Hagstrom, are developing a survey for refugee youth in the Utica-Rome Metropolitan Statistical Area.  More ...

Senior class president Silvia Radulescu ’17 is an intern at the New York City Campaign Finance Board.
Political Proving Ground

What better internship could there be for Hamilton’s former Student Assembly president than working at the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB)? Silvia Radulescu ’17 is spending her summer at the non-partisan, independent city agency whose mission is to improve campaigns and elections in the city by reducing the potential for corruption.  Radulescu’s internship is supported by the Levitt Center.  More ...

Betsy Ramirez '19
Communicating Change

Twenty rising sophomores are spending the summer completing career-related experiences through First-Year Forward, through Hamilton’s Career Center. At the beginning of the year these students committed to regular group meetings, career counseling session, and skill-building assignments. Their goals are to develop skills in communication, networking and interviewing, and to assess their own strengths and career interests. Internships this summer will help them to define and build toward career goals. Betsy Ramirez ’19 is interning in the marketing and communications division of New York City’s Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA).  More ...

Steve Cunden '18 with Baxter at TechBridgeWorld.
Hamilton's Mr. Roboto

Steve Cunden ’18 has an unusual lab partner this summer. Baxter is pretty quiet and lacking personality, but he is very intelligent. Cunden is an intern at TechBridgeWorld lab at the Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon University, and Baxter, his partner, is a robot.  TechBridgeWorld, founded by Mary Bernardine Dias ’98, is a lab dedicated to bringing robotics to underdeveloped/developing countries and disadvantaged communities.  More ...

Last year's ILiADS conference at Hamilton.
Hamilton to Host ILiADS Conference

The second annual Institute for Liberal Arts Scholarship (ILiADS) 2016 will be hosted at Hamilton College beginning on Sunday, July 24. Nearly 90 participants from more than 23 liberal arts colleges will be on campus for this project-based, team-based summer institute funded by the Andrew W. Mellon foundation.   More ...

Sam Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld Interviewed on Canadian TV

Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Sam Rosenfeld was interviewed on two CTV News broadcasts about aspects of the Republican National Convention on Thursday, July 21. CTV is Canada’s most-watched television network.  More ...

Philip Klinkner
WHYY Interviews Klinkner on Party Conventions

As a guest on WHYY’s Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane, Philip Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government, discussed a wide range topics related to this week’s Republican National Convention. Comparing past party conventions – particularly those in 1964 and 1968 – to 2016, he noted the shift in purpose of the four-day events.  More ...

From left, Jaclyn Zingman ’18, Barbara Singhakiat ’17, Leah Pranschke ’17.
Psychology Majors Explore Self-Esteem and Ego Threat

This summer, psychology majors Barbara Singhakiat ’17, Leah Pranschke ’17 and Jaclyn Zingman ’18 are conducting social psychology research under the supervision of Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton. Their work examines reductions in working memory following ego threat in people with defensive self-esteem.  More ...

Andrea Townsend
Townsend Co-Authors Article on C. jejuni and Crows

An article co-authored by Assistant Professor of Biology Andrea Townsend was recently published in Applied and Environmental Microbiology. “Influence of host ecology and behavior on Campylobacter jejuni prevalence and environmental contamination risk in a synanthropic wild bird species” describes seasonal variation in the prevalence of Campylobacter infection of wild crows in Davis, Calif.  More ...

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