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Thomas J. Tamburelli ’81
Tamburelli '81 Joins Food Bank of South Jersey

Thomas J. Tamburelli ’81 was recently appointed to the board of trustees of Food Bank of South Jersey, whose purpose is to provide food to those in need, teach them about nutrition and help them find sustainable ways to improve their lives.  More ...

The 2015 Levitt Leaders in Washington, D.C.
4th Annual Levitt Leadership Institute Takes Washington, D.C.

The momentum of the 4th annual Levitt Leadership Institute continued off-campus in Washington, D.C., the week of March 16. Led again by Former Ambassador Prudence Bushnell and Christine Powers, and later joined by Director of Hamilton’s Education Studies Program Susan Mason, the group applied leadership lessons learned in the first week in January, and viewed leadership-in-action in our nation’s capital.  More ...

Arthur Levitt Visits Hamilton

Arthur Levitt Jr., and Lauri Levitt Friedland ’81 visited campus on Friday, Oct. 31 and met with 15 Hamilton students.  The students discussed their work as Levitt Research Fellows, Social Innovation Fellows and Public Service Interns, as well as their experiences with Project SHINE, the Innovation Roundtable, the Levitt Leadership Institute and the Levitt Social Innovation Team.  More ...

Reflection by Bruce Muirhead
Hamilton Artists’ Work Included in SAGA Catalog

Five Hamilton artists are represented in a new catalog of works from the Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA) 2012 member show. The artists included are Professors of Art Bruce Muirhead and William Salzillo, as well as Amy Buchholz ’81, Jake Muirhead ’86 and Michael Hew Wing ’99, who also designed the catalog.  More ...

Barbara Madeloni K '81.
Educator Barbara Madeloni K’81 to Lecture

Educator Barbara Madeloni K’81 will present a lecture titled “Jamming the Machine: Education for Democracy not Corporatocracy,” on Monday, Feb. 18, at 4:15 p.m., in the Red Pit, Kirner-Johnson Building.  Madeloni is a senior lecturer in the Teacher Education program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Her lecture is co-sponsored by Hamilton’s Comparative Literature and Education departments, and is free and open to the public.  More ...

Kim Ann Mink '81
Kim Ann Mink '81 Joins ALS Association's National Board of Trustees

The ALS Association has appointed Kim Ann Mink '81as a member of the ALS Association's National Board of Trustees.  Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, named for the New York Yankee Hall of Famer who died of ALS.  More ...

Wshington Program students with Paddy McGuire '81.
DC Students Meet With Federal Voting Assistance Director Paddy McGuire ’81

On March 14, students in the Program in Washington met with Paddy McGuire ’81, deputy director of the Federal Voting Assistance Program.  FVAP acts on behalf of the Secretary of Defense to help administer the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act of 1986.  More ...

Michael Scott '81
Michael Scott '81 Exhibit: Black and White Line Paintings 1989 – 2011

The Gering & Lopez gallery in New York is currently featuring an exhibition by Michael Scott '81 entitled "Black and White Line Paintings 1989 – 2011." The show closes Feb. 18.  More ...

Kevin Smith '81.
Kevin Smith '81 Details Copyright Impact in Digital Age

Every year, Hamilton’s chapter of Phi Beta Kappa—the oldest academic honor society in the United States—holds a lecture in honor of Richard Couper ’44. The lecture series, which began in 2005, focuses on the library collections and the institutions themselves, as Couper was a major benefactor of Burke Library. This year’s speaker, Kevin Smith ’81, spoke on “The Impact of Copyright on Art and Scholarship in the Digital Age.”  More ...

Kevin Smith '81
Kevin Smith '81 to Give Couper Phi Beta Kappa Library Lecture

Kevin Smith '81, Duke University scholarly communications officer, will deliver the Couper Phi Beta Kappa Library Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 6, at 4:15 p.m., in the Bradford Auditorium, KJ.  The lecture, titled “From Schopenhauer to Schwarzenegger: The Impact of Copyright on Art and Scholarship in the Digital Age,” is free and open to the public.  More ...

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