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Jay Williams '54
Williams '54 Publishes Article On Bible Web Site
Jay G. Williams '54, the Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religion, published an article titled "Christianity and Slavery" with Bible Interpretation (bibleinterp.com). More ...
David Paris '71
Paris '71 Contributes Op-ed To Inside Higher Ed

Professor of Government David Paris '71 contributed an op-ed to Inside Higher Ed (11/6/09). In “The Clock is Ticking,” Paris writes that it is only a matter of time before the Obama administration, like its predecessor, focuses intently on higher education accountability. College leaders shouldn't wait, Paris warns.  More ...

Students in the Washington Program with Stuart Ingis '93 and Birch Bayh.
D.C. Students Meet With Stuart Ingis '93 and Hon. Birch Bayh
On November 4, students in the Washington Program met with Stuart Ingis ’93 and the Honorable Birch Bayh, partners of Venable LLP. A nationally recognized expert in Internet law, Ingis represents clients in federal privacy and Internet-related legislation and rulemaking proceedings. More ...
Kyla Gorman '09
Kyla Gorman '09 Awarded $10K Scholarship to Study Video Game Design
Kyla Gorman '09 has been awarded $10,000 by the Penny Arcade Scholarship Program. Gorman intends to use her money to pursue a degree in game design from The University of Southern California. More ...
Population Control and Sustainability
Overpopulation is inextricably tied to countless environmental issues: Poverty, water shortages, pollution and waste management, famine, and resource consumption. It was this topic, with a focus on family planning and sex education, that was the focus of a discussion on Wednesday in the Kirner-Johnson Red Pit led by Izaak Walton League representative Rebecca Wadler Lase ’00 and Sierra Club representative Cassie Gardener. More ...
Sierra Club Representative to Lecture About Global Over-Population
Rebecca Wadler '00, a representative of the Sierra Club, will speak about global over-population and its adverse environmental impacts, on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 6 p.m., in the Red Pit at Hamilton. The talk is free and open to the public and is sponsored by the Hamilton Environmental Action Group. More ...
Senior Presentations of Research in Chinese
Largest Class of Chinese Concentrators Present Senior Projects
Hamilton’s largest class of Chinese Concentrators to date presented their senior project research at the Chinese Concentrators’ Conference on October 8 and 9. Seventeen members of the class of 2010 presented their research, all of which was done in Chinese. More ...
Caroline Webber K'73
Caroline Webber K'73 Researches Nutrition and Poverty
Caroline Webber K'73, assistant professor of nutrition and dietetics, Western Michigan Univeristy, presented a paper at the Society for Nutrition Education Annual Conference. Webber's study examined a rise in gasoline price and its affect on the food buying habits of low-income, ethnically-diverse families.  After graduating from Kirkland College, Webber continued her education at the University of California, Berkeley where she earned a bachelor's of science and then an MPH at the University of Minnesota. She acquired her Ph.D. at Cornell University.  More ...
Richard Bernstein '80
Rich Bernstein '80 Named Trustee of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Rich Bernstein '80 has been named a trustee of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation is a philanthropic, not-for-profit grantmaking institution based in New York City.  At Hamilton, Bernstein was a member of the Emerson Literary Society and majored in economics. He went on to earn his MBA in finance from NYU. Currently a Hamilton College Charter Trustee, Bernstein is the CEO of Richard Bernstein Capital Management and an adjunct associate professor at the NYU/Stern Graduate School of Business. He is the former chief investment strategist and head of Merrill Lynch’s Investment Strategy Group. More ...
Wlajimir Alexis '13, right, with Larry Griffith, vice president of the United Negro College Fund and Gates Millennium Scholar program.
Wlajimir Alexis '13 Is Gates Millennium Scholar
Wlajimir “Jimmy” Alexis ’13 is the recipient of a prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship (GMS), which provides full financial support for the cost of undergraduate education for outstanding minority students with significant financial need. One thousand recipients were chosen from 40,000 applications in this year’s competition, the 10th. More ...
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