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Psi U Career Day

The 2nd Annual Psi Upsilon undergraduate career day was held on Mar. 9 in the Red Pit. The career day program was installed in order to assist Psi U undergraduates in their transition to the next step, whether through internships, graduate school, or first jobs. The afternoon-long event featured a presentation by Kino Ruth of the Career Center, followed by a panel forum in which alumni told career stories and gave insight into 'the real world.' A break-out session closed the afternoon, which encouraged the undergraduates to network, develop leads, and make new connections.  More ...

Cronkite's War: His World War II Letters Home
CBS This Morning to Feature Isserman and Walter Cronkite IV

CBS This Morning Saturday will feature an interview with Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History Maurice Isserman and his former student Walter Cronkite IV ’11 about their new book Cronkite's War: His World War II Letters Home. The segment is tentatively scheduled to air at 7:45 a.m.  More ...

Filmmaking workshop participants in Bristol Campus Center.
Hamilton Network Connects Students and Alumnus for Film Workshop

Many Hamilton students and alumni talk about the value of the “Hamilton network” in helping them explore careers, find internships or jobs, or simply provide advice. For nine students interested in filmmaking that network came alive when Benjamin Eckstein ’01 conducted an intense two-day workshop on the Hill on April 20-21.  More ...

Robert Schultz '69 to Publish Memoir

Autobiography of a Baby Boomer, a memoir written by Dr. Robert Schultz '69, is set to release in May 2013. The subtitle describes the book as, "One man's detour from Cornell Medical School across Europe, Afghanistan, Iran, & India (with a few potholes along the way)."  More ...

Richard Burns '77
Richard Burns '77 to Lecture on “LGBTQ Rights: Past, Present and Future”

Richard Burns '77, executive director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Community Center in New York City, will present a lecture, “LGBTQ Rights: Past, Present and Future” on Wednesday, May 1, at 5 p.m., in the Red Pit, KJ. Burns will discuss how he connected his passion for social justice to a career and what he sees as the past, present and future of the LGBTQ rights movement. The lecture is free, open to the public and sponsored by the Days-Massolo Center.  More ...

Nina Bogin K'74 Publishes Third Poetry Book

Alison Brackenbury of the Poetry Review comments on the achievement of Bogin's most recent work, "Nina Bogin writes beautiful, spare, exemplary poems from which everything unnecessary is quietly stripped away. (…) Her poetry, clear and direct, is never narrowly personal. The 'lost hare' is 'bedded down in the thoughts/ and dreams I hoarded there.'  Each listener can add experience to that hoard. Nina Bogin's poetry is its own place, but her particular patch of poetic earth can also become her readers' country."  More ...

L-R: Stephen Wu and Kendall Weir '12
Chicago Sun-Times Features Weir '12 and Wu NFL Draft Study

The Chicago Sun-Times featured alumnus Kendall Weir ’12 and Professor of Economics Stephen Wu’s study, “The Effects of Character on NFL Draft Status and Subsequent Performance,” in an article discussing the upcoming National Football League draft and the prospects of Notre Dame linebacker Mante Te’o. New Jersey's largest news website, NJ.com, also devoted a column to the research.  More ...

Icebreaker Araon in the Ice
Domack and Christ '11 Continue Antarctica Research

On Thursday, April 11, 18 members of the LARISSA (Larsen Ice Shelf System Antarctica) science team and 26 additional scientists from the Korean Polar Research Institute sailed from  Chile toward the Antarctic Peninsula on the Korean Icebreaker Research Vessel ARAON. Among the LARISSA researchers are Eugene Domack, the J. W. Johnson Family Professorship of Environmental Studies, and his former advisee, alumnus Andrew Christ ’11, who is providing continuing information and images throughout the expedition via a blog on the LARISSA site.  More ...

Hamilton Community Support for Boston

The Boston Alumni chapter would like to acknowledge the horrific events that took place in our city. We have been deeply saddened at the loss of life; distraught at the physical and mental anguish inflicted upon not only our citizens, but citizens of the world who came to challenge their bodies and cheer on runners. While the stories continue to come in from relatives and friends, we learned that one of our own young alums was at the finish line when the blast went off. Fortunately he was not seriously hurt in body.  More ...

Psi Chi volunteers at the Oneida Walk for Autism.
Psi Chi Members Volunteer at Autism Walk

Five members of Psi Chi, the national honor society in psychology, volunteered at the Walk for Autism fundraiser in Oneida on April 20. April is Autism Awareness Month and the walk was held to benefit The Kelberman Center in Utica, a regional center for excellence for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  The center was founded by Michael Kelberman ’80. Heather Wixson, associate director of the Career Center, was co-chair of the walk this year.  More ...

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