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Orientation leaders greet families arriving on the Hill.
They're Here.....

Members of Hamilton’s Class of 2020 are on campus, registered, moved in and unpacked. After Opening Ceremonies on the football field and First Night Dinner, the newest students are now preparing to go on their Orientation Adventure trips. Here’s a look at the Class of ’20’s first day on the Hill.  More ...

New Faculty Appointed for 2016-17

Margaret Gentry, interim vice president, academic affairs and dean of faculty, announced the appointment of new faculty for the 2016-17 academic year, including nine tenure-track appointments, 17 visiting professors and instructors, five lecturers and two teaching fellows.  More ...

Nora Klemmer '17
A Strategic Internship

Nora Klemmer ’17 is spending her summer as an intern at Mercury Public Affairs, a global, high-stakes strategy firm offering a variety of capabilities including international affairs, government relations, crisis management, campaign management and more. Her internship is made possible by Summer Internship Funding 2016, managed by the Career Center.  More ...

Ravi Thiruchselvam
Thiruchselvam Publishes Study Results in SCAN

Assistant Professor of Psychology Ravi Thiruchselvam recently published an article in Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience (SCAN). The article presented the results of a study conducted with Jessica Harper ’15 and Abigail Homer ’16.  More ...

Welcome to Hamilton College’s Class of 2020!

Hamilton College welcomes the 475 members of its Class of 2020 on Tuesday, Aug. 16, for nine days of Orientation.  Twenty-three fall transfer students and 40 members of the Class of  ’20 who will start in January will also be on campus. Christina Naston ’20 will take over the College's Twitter page. Meet the newest Hamiltonians through her videos and photos. Classes will begin on Thursday, Aug. 25.  More ...

Emma Anderson '17
Wanted: Obese, Diabetic Mice

Emma Anderson ’17 has always been fascinated by biology. She is planning to pursue a graduate degree in a nutrition-related field, and hopes to have a positive impact on the health and well-being of others through her career. This summer, Anderson was selected for the Summer Student Program at The Jackson Laboratory, a non-profit biomedical research institution located in Bar Harbor, Maine. It’s been a great opportunity for her to explore her interests and learn about the potential career path of a biomedical researcher.  More ...

Seth Schermerhorn
Schermerhorn Publishes Article on “O’odham Songscapes”

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Seth Schermerhorn recently published an article in Journal of the Southwest. In “O’odham Songscapes: Journeys to Magdalena Remembered in Song,” he examines O’odham songs mapping indigenous pilgrimage routes from the Tohono O’odham Nation in southern Arizona to Magdalena in Sonora, Mexico.  More ...

Kacy Hobbis '17
Taking a Dip Into the Non-Profit World

Kacy Hobbis ’17 is a pro at engaging in government-focused community service, but this summer she wanted to take a different path. She’s interning at Youth Service America (YSA), a non-profit that motivates young people to become involved in community service. YSA runs grant programs, training and building toolkits to help youth complete their own service projects. She is receiving support through the Summer Internship Fund 2016, managed by the Career Center.  More ...

Jake Blount '17, second from left, with his band the Moose Whisperers.
King of the Mountain

Jake Blount ’17 just disproved the notion that practice makes perfect. Blount, a banjo player, put together an impromptu old-time string band, the Moose Whisperers, for a performance at the Appalachian String Band Festival (Clifftop) in West Virginia and took home first place.  More ...

Jennie Wilber '17
Examining Interfaith Communities

To Jennie Wilber ’17, interfaith and intercultural dialogue is important as a means to understand other people and build empathy across cultural boundaries. With its diverse group of immigrant and refugee communities, Utica is an ideal place to study intercultural interaction. Wilber is doing just that this summer through an Emerson Foundation research project.   More ...

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