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Paul Greengard '48 is Honored as a Nonagenarian Scientist

Paul Greengard ’48 was featured in Chemical & Engineering News’ article titled Sustained by Science, a tribute to all scientists who are still progressing in their field, even past the age of 90. Greengard was included for his research on the biochemistry of neurodegenerative and psychiatric diseases.  More ...

Bob Hacker '73 Publishes Second Book

Bob Hacker ’73 published his second book, Scaling Social Entrepreneurship: Lessons Learned from One Laptop per Child. The book is a practical guide to how to scale a social entrepreneurship venture based on 3+ years as CFO of One Laptop and five years teaching social entrepreneurship at Florida International University and MIT Sloan.  More ...

Onwaniqua Heard '15
Onwaniqua Heard ’15 Heads Back to the Classroom

Onwaniqua Heard ’15 is going to find herself back in the classroom more quickly than most recent graduates: this time, however, she’ll be the teacher, not the student. Heard will be entering the Greenwich Country Day School’s Co-Teacher Program this fall, a program that “gives co-teachers a chance to work with children of different ages and to broaden their professional experience.”  More ...

Marcus and McNerney ’13 Highlighted in The Hedgehog Review

Assistant Professor of Philosophy Russell Marcus and alumnus Sam McNerney ’13 were included in a recent article in The Hedgehog Review that lauded the kind of intellectual inquiry frequently pursued on a liberal arts campus while questioning the viability of those very institutions.  More ...

Hamilton Alumni Attend HAMILTON on Broadway

On July 15, 150 Hamiltonians enjoyed Lin Manuel-Miranda’s new musical HAMILTON, which was inspired by Ron Chernow’s biography of the show’s namesake. Connie Wilkin P’14, ’16 arranged a talkback following the performance with the show’s producer Jeffrey Seller and assistant company manager Kaitlin Fine. The cast members who spoke to the group included King George (Jonathan Groff), George Washington (Christopher Jackson), Angelica Schuyler (Renee Elise Goldsberry), Thomas Jefferson/Marquis de Lafayette (Daveed Diggs), James Madison (Okieriete Onaodowan) and Alexander Hamilton (Lin Manuel Miranda).  More ...

Jensen '15 signs professional baseball contract

Former Hamilton College baseball player Joe Jensen ’15 has begun his professional career after signing with the Southern Illinois Miners of the Frontier League. Jensen made his debut with the Miners earlier this week.  More ...

Peter Mastracco '92 to Be Inducted into Rome Sports Hall of Fame

On Sunday, Peter Mastracco ‘92 will be inducted into the Rome Sports Hall of Fame. “I’m very overwhelmed,” admitted Mastracco to Sentinel Sports about the nomination. “I’ve had time to think about it, I just can’t get the right words out.” Mastracco also noted how it’s nice to see such a diverse group of athletes being honored in this year’s class.  More ...

Ned Walker '62
Two Alumni Diplomats Praise Obama's Iran Deal

As reported in The New York Times on July 16, “More than 100 former American ambassadors wrote to President Obama on Thursday praising the nuclear deal reached with Iran this week as a ‘landmark agreement’ that could be effective in halting Tehran’s development of a nuclear weapon, and urging Congress to support it.” Two Hamilton alumni, Edward S. Walker ’62, Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory,  and William Luers ’51, signed the letter.   More ...

Eren Shultz '15
Shultz Cultivates Career With TIAA-CREF Global Agriculture Investment Team

Although globally humans rely mostly on agriculture as a source of sustenance, farmers around the world are not on equal footing. Eren Shultz ’15 is particularly aware of this disparity “having both grown up in rural Wisconsin and spent significant amounts of time traveling and living abroad in small agrarian villages in Eastern Africa.” Shultz said he was both “fascinated and concerned” with “the differences in mechanization and lifestyles” between those communities.  More ...

Bill Harley '77 to Speak at Smithsonian

Bill Harley ’77, Grammy-winning singer-storyteller, will be reflecting upon the enduring relevance of The Phantom Tollbooth, which inspired one of his works, “Milo’s Tune.” Harley will be joined by author Norton Juster for a celebrating of the beloved children’s book on Sunday, July 12th at 3 p.m. in Baird Auditorium at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. Harley was awarded an honorary degree from Hamilton during the 2015 Commencement Ceremony on May 24.  More ...

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