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Myriam Cotten
Cotten Gives Invited Seminar at University of Maryland

Associate Professor of Chemistry Myriam Cotten gave an invited seminar presentation at the University of Maryland (Shady Grove) on March 24. Her talk titled “Bridging Structure, Dynamics, and Function in Antimicrobial Peptides: Insights from Studying Piscidin” focused on her ongoing research on how antimicrobial peptides recognize and kill bacteria.  More ...

Stephen Wu and Kendall Weir '12
Wu and Weir '12 NFL Study Highlighted in NY Times and AJC

Manning or Leaf? A Lesson in Intangibles,” a New York Times article that addressed the decision-making processes used in selecting players for professional teams, referenced a study of performance versus pay in the NFL draft conducted by Professor of Economics Stephen Wu and his student Kendall Weir. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution featured an interview with Wu focused on the same study in its Sunday, May 4, edition.  More ...

Program in Washington students at the Pentagon with Lt. Col. Eric Hannis '90, center, and professor Sharon Rivera.
Washington Program Students Visit the Pentagon

Students in the Hamilton College Program in Washington, D.C., were treated to a private tour of the Pentagon by Lt. Col. Eric Hannis ’90 on April 16. He is currently serving as the country director for Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan in the Middle East Division of Air Force International Affairs.  More ...

How College Works
Chambliss Interviewed on NYU Radio Station

Daniel Chambliss, the Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology, was interviewed on WNYU, New York University ‘s radio station, about his and his former student Chris Takacs'  new book, How College Works. The April 28 interview addressed how students can get the most out of college. Chambliss also described the ten-year study of nearly 100 students from their high school years to five years after college graduation that he and Takacs conducted.  More ...

Team Hamilton, from left Heather Wixson, Mary Evans ’82, Michael Kelberman ’80, Olivia Surgent ’17, Ian Lunn ’17, Rachel Lannino '17,  Meg Riley ’17, Helen Park ’17 Jessica Gutfleish ’14 and Jessica Harper ’15.
Hamilton Community Supports Autism Awareness Month

The Hamilton Community showed its support for Autism Awareness Month in April.  Team Hamilton raised $2815 for a walk at SUNY IT on April 26.  Along with the Psi Chi contribution of $1,644 from an April 5 walk in Oneida, and $390 raised by selling Autism Awareness ribbons on World Autism Day on April 2, Team Hamilton raised $4849 for the Kelberman Center.  More ...

Michael J. Bourbeau ’11 Film Selected for Six-Year Tour

Michael J. Bourbeau, a recent 2011 graduate, has been selected to have his thesis film (featuring “Blue & Peanut") as part of “What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones,” a six year tour exhibiting work by Chuck Jones, creator of Bugs Bunny, Wile E. Coyote, The Road Runner, Daffy Duck, The Grinch, and many other wonderful cartoons. The tour begins in July at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, NYC. It is in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity.  More ...

Bruce W. Sanford ’67 Honored With First Amendment Award

The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press will be honoring Bruce W. Sanford ’67 with a 2014 First Amendment Award on May 19 at The Pierre in New York City. Along with four other leaders in journalism and media law, Sanford will be recognized for his work at the forefront of American media law and as one of the most accomplished press lawyers in the nation. The Washington D.C. attorney has represented major media outlets including television networks, newspapers, book publishers, and such authors as Bill Clinton, Barbara Bush, and John Grisham.  More ...

Mary Evans
Wall St. Journal Quotes Evans

A Wall Street Journal article that addressed changes in corporate internship programs included comments by Career Center Assistant Vice President Mary Evans as well as references to Hamilton’s Career Center. Published on April 23, “Colleges, Employers Rethink Internship Policies” reported that the career center “won't post openings for unpaid positions from companies that they know also offer paid internships.”  More ...

Kevin '70 and Karen Kennedy
Hamilton Receives $10 Million Gift; Arts Building Named

Hamilton College will name its theatre and studio arts building for Kevin and Karen Kennedy in recognition of their lifetime giving to the college, including $10 million for the new project. They are the lead donors to the $46.8 million building that is located directly across College Hill Road from the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, which opened in 2012.  More ...

Sam Matlick '17, far right, with other contestants in the SUNY IT Business Plan Competition.
Samuel Matlick ’17 to Compete in NYS Business Plan Competition

Six months ago, Samuel Matlick ’17 competed with more than 50 other current students and recent graduates in Hamilton’s fourth annual Pitch Competition. His win there encouraged him to forge ahead, hoping to bring his idea to fruition. A week ago, he presented his plan at a regional business plan competition hosted by SUNY Institute of Technology and he walked away a winner again.  More ...

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