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Program in Washington students with George Baker '74 and Frank Vlossak '89.
Baker '74 and Vlossak '89 Welcome Washington Program Students
On the evening of October 14, students in the Program in Washington were welcomed into the office of Williams and Jensen, a leading government affairs law firm, for a presentation on politics and lobbying by principals George Baker ’74 and Frank Vlossak ’89. More ...
Joseph S. Lewis III '75 named Dean, UC Irvine
Joseph S. Lewis III '75 was named Dean of the Arts, University of California, Irvine and will begin his  tenure in March 2010. Lewis is currently at Alfred University as Dean, School of Art and Design. At Hamilton he majored in art and then went to Maryland Art Institute to earn his masters. 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 ...
Lewis Kuller '55
Lewis Kuller '55 Named AHA 2009 Distinguished Scientist
The American Heart Association announced that Lewis Kuller '55 has been selected as one of its 2009 Distinguished Scientists.  Each year this distinction is bestowed upon prominent AHA members whose work has advanced the understanding and management of cardiovascular disease and stroke.  The awards will be presented during the 2009 AHA Scientific Session, Nov. 14-18, in Orlando, Fla. More ...
Math Department to Host Alumni Panel on Careers in Math Education
The Mathematics department will host a panel discussion featuring three recent graduates who are currently employed in the field of math education on Friday, November 6. The panel will include Stephanie Hedges '96 of Greenwich Academy, Pete Huszagh '03 of the STAR Academy at Riverhead High School, and Tim Evans '05 of NYC Lab Middle School. More ...
David Nathans '72
David Nathans '72 MV Museum Director
David Nathans '72 has been named the executive director of the Martha's Vineyard Museum. Nathans who was interm director of Hamiton's Emerson Gallery and has for many years served on Hamilton's Committee on the Visual Arts, was interviewed by the Martha's Vineyard Times. In the interview he said at the Martha's Vineyard Museum he will "challenge the curators to think about the collections in terms of themes that will reach out to broad groups of people. More people will be surprised and excited about what we have. Broader exhibitions will create awareness and greater credibility." More ...
John Rice '78
John Rice '78 to Address Wall Street Association

The Hamilton College Wall Street Association will hold its fall 2009 meeting at the Racquet and Tennis Club of New York on Wednesday, November 4, from 6 pm to 9 p.m. The event will feature a keynote address by Hamilton Charter Trustee John Rice '78, vice chairman of General Electric ("GE") and president & CEO of GE Technology Infrastructure.  More ...

Kirkland College Archives, Media & Publications Subcommittee
A meeting of the Kirkland Subcommittee for Archives, Media and Publications during Fallcoming made progress planning steps to foster the Kirkland Legacy. These efforts began in October 2008 when members gathered for an initial meeting in Hamilton's Burke Library. Kirkland alumnae were joined by Professors John O'Neill and Maurice Isserman, Mary O'Neill, Hamilton Archivist Katherine Collett, current Hamilton students and other interested staff members. Collett detailed items in the Kirkland Archives and expressed a keen interest in collaborating with us on projects preserving our history. More ...
Elizabeth Benjamin '09 with students from Safe Passage
Elizabeth Benjamin '09 Spent Summer with Safe Passage
Elizabeth Benjamin graduated last spring with a degree in anthropology and Hispanic studies. While at Hamilton, she was a member of the national champion women's lacrosse team. This past summer, Elizabeth had the opportunity to combine her academic and extra-curricular interests by working with Safe Passage (Camino Seguro). Safe Passage is an organization based in Guatemala City, Guatemala that is devoted to assisting the poorest members of the community. Elizabeth spent two months with the organization as a classroom assistant, working with 5th and 2nd grade students and sharing her love of lacrosse. More ...
Leo Rayhill '49 Honored

Leo Rayhill ’49 of Fayetteville, N.Y., was honored on September 25 at Cazenovia College’s 8th annual jazz festival, Jazz ‘N Caz.  For more than 40 years, Rayhill has shared his passion and love of jazz with the Central New York community.  More ...

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