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Lis-Marie Alvarado of WeCount! will take part in a discussion about immigrant women’s labor on Sept. 15.
Panel Discussion on Immigrant Women’s Labor Sept. 15

“Organizing for Justice: A Panel Conversation Exploring Immigrant Women’s Labor” will take place on Monday, Sept. 15, at 4:10 p.m., in the Red Pit, Kirner-Johnson Building. The discussion is free and open to the public.  More ...

Robert Martin
Martin’s Book Reviewed on Common-Place

A review of Professor of Government Robert Martin’s book Government by Dissent: Protest, Resistance, and Radical Democratic Thought in the Early American Republic recently appeared on Common-Place, the online journal of early American life and culture. The book was published in 2013 by NYU Press.  More ...

Hamilton Remembers 9/11

In keeping with tradition, the College Republicans and the College Democrats this morning placed the annual display of 3000 American flags beside Martin's Way in memory of those who lost their lives (including three Hamilton alumni) on Sept. 11, 2001.  More ...

John Dovidio
The Subtlety of Contemporary Racism

In modern day America, it’s sometimes said that racism no longer exists. Three decades after the Civil Rights Movement, our country elected its first black president, seemingly validating this view. However, John Dovidio, the Carl Iver Hovland Professor of Psychology and the Dean of Academic Affairs of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences at Yale University, disagrees.  More ...

Kara Sage
Sage Joins Editorial Board

Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Kara Sage was recently invited to join the editorial board of Current Psychology. As per the journal website, "Current Psychology stands as an international forum for rapid dissemination of information and research results at the cutting edge of psychology.  More ...

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HCAYS Orientation Trip to Galicia

Almost every student dreams of the opportunity to study abroad and at Hamilton it is not only possible – it’s encouraged. Hamilton’s four programs in China, India, France and Spain are popular, not only with Hamilton students, but also with students from other small liberal arts colleges. This past week the 20 students participating in Hamilton’s program in Madrid, Spain, traveled to Galicia.  More ...

Russell Marcus
Marcus Publishes Article

Assistant Professor of Philosophy Russell Marcus recently published an article titled “On Reading the History of Philosophy: Comments on David Concepción’s ‘Reading Philosophy with Background Knowledge and Metacognition.’” It appears in Philosophy Through Teaching: A Commemorative Anthology from the American Association of Philosophy Teachers.  More ...

Colgate and Hamilton Awarded Mellon Foundation Grant

Colgate University and Hamilton College, who last year forged a unique partnership as contributing members in edX, recently received a $91,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to further their exploration of online learning technologies within the residential liberal arts context.

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José M. Causadias
Causadias Joins Editorial Board

Assistant Professor of Psychology José M. Causadias was recently invited to join the board of review editors at Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology. The journal is published quarterly by the American Psychological Association (APA) and focuses on the science of culture, race and ethnicity.  More ...

Caroline Clarke '14
Caroline Clarke ’14 Captures Communal Studies Award

When Caroline Clarke ’14 was choosing a topic for her senior thesis, she intended to write about the Millerites. She never expected that she would research the Shakers as well.  However, with the help of Christian Goodwillie, Hamilton’s director of Special Collections and Archives, Clarke fused the two research topics into one paper, titled “The Advent of the Disappointed: Why the Millerites joined the Shakers and why they quickly left.” Clarke’s research paid off when she won the Donald Durnbaugh Starting Scholar Award from the Communal Studies Association.  More ...

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