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Marcus Publishes First Book

Assistant Professor of Philosophy Russell Marcus recently published his first book, Autonomy Platonism and the Indispensability Argument. In it, Marcus examined autonomy platonism and indispensability platonism and then defended a third view – intuition-based autonomy platonism.  More ...

Leah Pranschke '17
Leah Pranschke ’17 Interns With HeadCount

Leah Pranschke ’17 is spending her summer in Manhattan in an internship with HeadCount, a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization that seeks to engage the music community in politics and social activism. HeadCount’s primary function is voter registration, which it achieves through the construction of voter registration booths at concerts throughout the country in cooperation with a constantly expanding list of major musicians and artists.  More ...

Eil Shakun '16 at Weinstein Carnegie Philanthropic Group.
Eli Shakun ’16 Practices "Professional Fundraising" in WCPG Internship

Though common perception may hold that charity and for-profit business stand opposed to one another, Eli Shakun ’16 is spending his summer in an internship at the Weinstein Carnegie Philanthropic Group (WCPG) in New York City, a firm whose business model challenges that perception.  More ...

Derek Jones
Jones a Co-Author of Papers Presented in San Diego and Montreal

Derek Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, presented a paper titled “Complementarities between employee involvement and financial participation -Evidence from Finland” on June 23 at the Beyster Symposium at the University of California, San Diego.  More ...

Hillary Joy Pitoniak
Pitoniak Presents Workshop on “Herbs for Health”

Greenhouse and Invertebrate Care Technician Hillary Joy Pitoniak presented “Herbs for Health: Moving Beyond the Supplement” on June 20 at the Oneida County master gardeners’ 19th annual Herb and Flower Festival.  More ...

President Stewart's Letter on $10 Bill Appears in New York Times

The New York Times published a letter to the editor penned by President Joan Hinde Stewart in its June 30 issue under the headline “Don't Diminish Hamilton.” While emphasizing the Treasury’s need “to make room for a woman on our currency,” Stewart pointed out aspects of Hamilton’s life on which few others have focused in their defense of his continued presence on the bill. “Alexander Hamilton’s rise to eminence exemplifies exactly the ideals that this immigrant nation has always espoused,” she wrote.  More ...

From left, Kurt Minges, Samantha Sherman, Alicia Rost and Taylor Brandin.
Four Recent Grads Joining Towers Watson

Since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health care has remained in the minds of many Americans and news outlets, who wonder and speculate about its future. Yet, the conversation is often centered around legislation and healthcare providers, leaving much important work unnoticed. This summer, four Hamilton graduates, Sam Sherman ’15, Taylor Brandin ’15, Alicia Rost ’15 and Kurt Minges ’15, will be joining Towers Watson, an “American global professional services firm,” as Health and Group benefits analysts.  More ...

Dave Smallen
LITS Well-Represented at CLAC

Three members of Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) – Dave Smallen, Maureen Scoones and Kristin Strohmeyer – presented during the Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges (CLAC) held June 16-18 at Lafayette College.  More ...

Marta Antoniv '17 talks with Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry Daniel Griffith '07.
Marta Antoniv ’17 Probes Ring Structures and Applied Organic Chemistry

When Marta Antoniv ’17 explains her summer research, she pulls out a pencil and paper. Antoniv is working alongside Assistant Visiting Professor of Chemistry Daniel Griffith ’07 to help identify a novel method of synthesizing nitrogen-containing, seven-membered rings, a process which may aid researchers in developing pharmaceutical drugs. Thankfully, she provided an explanation.  More ...

Naomi Guttman
Guttman on Canadian Book Tour

Professor of English and Creative Writing Naomi Guttman read from her recently published novella-in-verse, The Banquet of Donny & Ari: Scenes from the Opera, during a June book tour that took her to Winnipeg, Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto.  More ...

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