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Michelle Facos K'76 Publishes Book on Art

Routledge has recently released An Introduction to Nineteenth-Century Art by Michelle Facos K'76. The work provides a "basic historical framework" and includes Scandinavian, German, and Eastern European artists in addition to those from France, Britain, and the United States.  More ...

"Emergence" by Trudy Kraft K'76

"Emergence," a solo exhibition by Trudy Kraft K'76, will open at the Gross McCleaf Art Gallery in Philadelphia on March 4, 5-7 p.m. Kraft uses a combination of watercolor, sumi ink, gouache, and frisket for her paintings and says she views her work as a "physical expression of the underlying interconnectedness of all things."  More ...

Steve Haweeli '76
Steve Haweeli '76 Among Fifty Around 50

Steve Haweeli '76, founder of WordHampton Public Relations, was recognized by Long Island Business News as one of "Fifty Around 50 Class of 2010." The fifty Long Island business leaders, organizations, and companies were honored at an award ceremony Oct. 10 at Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury.  More ...

Students in the fall 2010 Program in New York with Rob Morris '76.
New York Program Group Hosted by Rob Morris '76

The 15 students in the Hamilton Program in New York recently visited with Rob Morris, '76, his wife MaryHelen and two of their children at their home in Riverside, Conn.  After a pleasant meal, Morris, who is the founder and managing partner of Olympus Partners, a private equity fund based in Stamford, Conn., discussed the activities of his firm.  More ...

Rob Morris '76
Morris '76 Profiled in Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst

Hamilton trustee Rob Morris ’76 was profiled in the October 2010 issue of Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst. Morris, founder and managing director of private equity firm Olympus Partners, sits on the board of Hamilton’s Endowment Fund.  More ...

Jack Syage '76
Company Run by Jack Syage '76 Develops New Airport Screening Device
Airport security is an issue that has recently been all over the headlines.  After the sobering Christmas Day attack this past December, it became clear that further security measures must be taken in order to protect airline passengers from potential threats.  The increased focus on airline security created an incentive for companies, like Syagen Technology, Inc., to come up with new technologies.  Syagen Technology, a company based in Tustin, California and run by President Jack Syage ’76, recently developed a new screening device that blows air on travelers and analyzes the cast-off particles to detect explosives. More ...
Gary Pandolfi '76
Gary Pandolfi '76 Appointed Judge for Literary Magazines
According to a recent article in the Hartford Courant, Gary Pandolfi '76, an instructional technologist and an adjunct English professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Quinnipiac University, was recently appointed to serve as a judge in the Program to Recognize Excellence in Student Literary Magazines (PRESLM) for the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). Pandolfi double majored in English and philosophy at Hamilton and then earned his master's of arts in liberal studies from Wesleyan University. More ...
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