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Ned Walker '62 and his Tools of Diplomacy class.
Walker '62 Shares The Tools of Diplomacy With Government Class

Walter L. Cronkite IV ’11 is among students in a government class being taught this semester at Hamilton by Edward S. Walker Jr. ’62, the former United States Ambassador to Egypt, Israel, and the UAE. Here he describes how Walker has used the current crisis in Egypt to teach the class about diplomacy.

 

Participating in an intimate, upper-level seminar about diplomacy taught by a renowned and accomplished ambassador has been a once in a lifetime opportunity for 22 students in Edward S. Walker Jr.’s ’62 government class. It has been especially fortuitous that this Egyptian crisis, which might turn out to change the entire face of the Middle-East, occurred while we are under his tutelage.  More ...

Ambassador Walker '62 (center) on CNN with Candy Crowley and Ambassador Negroponte
CNN Will Feature Walker Again on Sunday

CNN’s State of the Union program will again feature Ambassador Edward Walker ’62, the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory, on Sunday, Feb. 13, for the third consecutive week for a discussion of the situation in Egypt with CNN’s Candy Crowley and former U.N. Ambassador John Negroponte. Richard Bernstein ’80, Richard Bernstein, CEO and chief investment officer of Richard Bernstein Advisors, interviewed Walker on Friday, February 11, and Walker will also be interviewed on Friday, Feb. 11, by Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s Hardball at 7 p.m.  More ...

Antarctic landscape
Domack and Shevenell ’96 Publish Paper in Nature

The journal Nature published a paper on Feb. 9 co-authored by Eugene Domack, the J. W. Johnson Family Professor of Environmental Studies; alumna Amelia Shevenell ’96, his former student who is now a lecturer at the University College London; Anitra Ingalls, University of Washington professor; and C. Kelly, a University of Washington graduate. Titled “Holocene Southern Ocean surface temperature variability west of the Antarctic Peninsula,” the paper is also featured in the journal’s News and Views section which highlights papers of special note.  More ...

Edward S. Walker, Jr. '62
Many Major News Outlets Interview Walker '62 on Egypt

Edward S. Walker Jr. '62, former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, Israel and the United Arab Emirates and the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory, has spent many hours in the last few days with the national and international media sharing his insights on the continuing protests in Egypt. Beginning with an interview on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition on Jan. 28, Walker has spoken with print, radio and TV reporters on the situation.  More ...

Bruce Muirhead's "Songstress"
Hamilton Printmakers Exhibit at Hartwick College

An exhibit featuring 40 intaglio works by members of the Atelier Four is on display through Feb. 3, in the Foreman Gallery at Hartwick College’s Anderson Center for the Arts. The Atelier Four is William R. Keenan Professor of Art Bruce Muirhead, Professor of Art and Curator of the Hamilton Collects Program William Salzillo and artists Amy Georgia Buchholz ’80 and Jake Muirhead ’86.  More ...

John Hewko '79
John Hewko '79 Named Top Executive at Rotary International

Rotary International has named John Hewko '79, an attorney with extensive international experience in both the private and public sectors, to be the global humanitarian service organization's new top executive, serving as its general secretary. The appointment is effective on July 1.  More ...

Drew S. Days III '63 and Art Massolo '64
Hamilton Opens New Center and Names It For Two Trustees

Hamilton College has opened a new center to support its increasingly diverse student population and named it for trustees Drew S. Days III and Arthur J. Massolo.  More ...

Robert Moses '56
Alumni Speakers Bring Expertise to Campus

Speakers at Hamilton this fall have reflected a Who’s Who of leaders in many fields, including alumni who returned to campus to share their expertise. Organizations and classes on the Hill have been fortunate to draw from the wealth of experience and knowledge of Hamilton alumni.  More ...

Corinne Bancroft '10
Essay by Corinne Bancroft '10 and Peter Rabinowitz Published

“A Slice of Watermelon: The Rhetoric of Digression in Chekhov’s ‘The Lady with the Dog,’” by Corinne Bancroft ’10 and Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz, has been published in Digressions in European Literature: From Cervantes to Sebald, edited by Alexis Gromann and Caragh Wells and published by Palgrave/Macmillan.  More ...

YPP's Math Bash Connects Utica Students to the Hill

Members of the Young People’s Project hosted the third semi-annual “Math Bash” on Saturday, Dec. 11, in the Annex.  More ...

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