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Tomaselli K '77 Received Book Award from Choice Magazine
World at Risk: A Global Issues Sourcebook, edited by Valerie Tomaselli K '77, has been selected as "Outstanding Academic Title" for 2002 by Choice Magazine. Choice's editorial staff reviewed more than 6800 titles to make their selections for the year. More ...
Greengard '48 Featured in NY Daily News
Dr. Paul Greengard, a 1948 graduate of Hamilton College who shared the 2000 Nobel Prize for Medicine, was featured in a NY Daily News article (Feb. 3, 2003) about his talented family. Greengard's wife is a sculptor, one son is a mathematician, another heads an IBM research facility, his daughter was a CNN producer and his sister won a Pulitzer Prize. More ...
Greengard ‘48 in the New York Daily News
Neurobiologist Paul Greengard ’48 and his family were recently featured in the New York Daily News for their outstanding accomplishments. Greengard shared the 2000 Nobel Peace Prize for Medicine. Ursula von Rydingsvard, his wife, is a renowned modern artist. His children all excel in their chosen occupations, maybe even considered geniuses in their respective fields: Leslie, a mathematician, Ursula, a former producer for CNN, and Claude, the head of IBM”s Silicon Valley research committee. He attended Hamilton College with government money awarded from the G.I. Bill, and graduated the college in only two years. More ...
Hamiltonians Train to Raise Money for Cancer Research
Shortly after the 25th annual weekend gathering of a group of Hamilton alumni for the Falmouth Road Race in Falmouth, MA, the idea of "Team Trish" was born. "The goals of Team Trish are twofold," said Barb Smalley '83 who helped coordinate the team. "We want to support the Rosts as well as support The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's mission of finding cures and providing much needed patient services." More ...
GOLD Group Alumni Networking Receptions
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Alumni Association Will Recognize Hamilton Employee
The Hamilton College Alumni Council has established an award that will honor a College employee. The Distinguished Service Award will "recognize an employee who has substantially contributed to Hamilton through distinguished performance in his or her position and through involvement in student, alumni or other activities in the College community." Active employees in all departments will be eligible for the award. Employees can be nominated for the award by The Alumni Council's Nominations Committee. More ...
Robert Colley '66 Named Associate Dean at Syracuse's University College
Robert M. Colley, a 1966 graduate of Hamilton College, has been appointed associate dean of marketing and distance education at University College of Syracuse University. He will oversee the college’s marketing, advertising, public relations and publications efforts. Colley will also direct the college’s development of distance and online programs. More ...
Hamilton Alumni Hockey Weekend Feb. 21-23
An event-filled weekend celebrating the tradition of ice hockey at Hamilton will be held Feb. 21-23 on the Hill. Activities will include men's varsity games against Colby and Bowdoin and an Alumni Hockey Game. A highlight of the weekend will be the retirement of former Continental goaltender Guy Hebert's jersey. A 1989 graduate, Hebert went on to become the Anaheim Mighty Ducks' first overall pick in the 1993 expansion draft. He is the franchise's leader in games, wins, starts, minutes, saves and shutouts. Hebert is currently the Mighty Ducks Alumni Association director. For information on attending the Alumni Hockey Weekend, contact Jay Bonham, associate director of annual giving, at (866) 729-0315, or jbonham@hamilton.edu. More ...
The Patriot Ledger Features Author Steven Krensky ‘75
A recent article in Massachusetts’s Patriot Ledger featured Hamilton Alumnus Steven Krensky ‘75. Krensky’s first book was accepted to a publisher shortly after graduating from Hamilton, and since then he has published 65 children’s books. Krensky discussed the satisfaction he receives from his occupation, but noted that it is still a job; “You can’t have the mentality of, ‘Oh, I’ll write whenever I feel creative’ or you end up in a situation where your not working.” More ...
Bill Delaney featured in the The Boston Globe
Bill Delaney,’73, was featured in a Boston Globe article that highlights Delaney’s most recent career move, transitioning from television to radio. The former CNN correspondent began co-hosting the noon news show, “Here and Now,” on Boston’s WBUR-FM (90.9). Delaney commented on the changes occurring in television news; “they want everything in smaller and smaller bits…at a time when I think people need longer and longer bits to understand what’s going on.” More ...
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