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S. Brent Plate
Plate a Speaker at UVM, SU

Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate recently discussed “Spirituality and Sensuality: Why Bodies Matter More Than Beliefs” at the University of Vermont and at Syracuse University.  More ...

Maurice Isserman
Isserman a Discussant at Berlin Colloquium

Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History, was an invited participant/discussant at the 19th Berlin Colloquium on Contemporary History April 23-25 at the European Academy Berlin in Germany.  More ...

Andrea Townsend
Townsend Co-Authors Article in PeerJ

An article co-authored by Assistant Professor of Biology Andrea Townsend titled “Patterns of evolution of MHC class II genes of crows (Corvus) suggest trans-species polymorphism” appears in the April issue of PeerJ.  More ...

Frank Anechiarico ’71
Anechiarico ’71 on CAPI Corruption Panel

Frank Anechiarico ’71, the Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, was a member of a panel during the Global Cities: Joining Forces Against Corruption Conference hosted by the Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity (CAPI) at Columbia Law School.  More ...

Karen Brewer
Brewer Presents Invited Seminar at Bryn Mawr

Professor of Chemistry Karen Brewer presented “Synthesis and spectroscopic studies of rare-earth doped sol-gel and nanocrystalline materials” on April 17 as part of the Chemistry Colloquium at Bryn Mawr College.  More ...

Thomas Wilson
Wilson Discusses Conceptions of Heaven and God

Thomas Wilson, the Elizabeth J. McCormack Professor of History, presented a talk on conceptions of heaven and god in Confucian ritual discourse on April 17 at the University of Rochester.  More ...

Doran Larson
Larson Featured on Public Radio International Show

Professor of English Doran Larson recently discussed the importance and value of prisoner education on  To the Point, a Public Radio International-hosted and KCRW-produced program, in a segment titled “Should we let more prisoners take college classes?” The April 24 show featured both Larson and one of his students, Attica inmate John J. Lennon whose op-ed in support of education for prisoners recently appeared in The New York Times.  More ...

David Rivera and Sharon Werning Rivera
Sharon and David Rivera on SU Panel

Associate Professor of Government Sharon Rivera and Lecturer in Government David Rivera were members of a panel that discussed “Russia, the West, and the War in Ukraine” on April 16 at the Center for European Studies at Syracuse University.  More ...

Peter J. Rabinowitz
Oxford Publishes Peter Rabinowitz’s Essay

Peter J. Rabinowitz, the Carolyn C. and David M. Ellis ’38 Distinguished Teaching Professor of Comparative Literature, published “Toward a Narratology of Cognitive Flavor” in the Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Literary Studies, edited by Lisa Zunshine.  More ...

Professor of Economics Steve Wu talks about teaching at one of the monthly events.
Year-Long Series Explores the Art of Teaching

While many people recognize the value of a college education, not all appreciate the art behind educating. The Hamilton community has been fostering dialogues this year as part of the inaugural Talk About Teaching (TAT) series. Associate Dean of Faculty Penny Yee, who helps coordinate the variety of events, described the purpose of the series as “drawing attention to the practice of teaching at the college.” The events take place across campus, with noontime gatherings almost every Tuesday.  More ...

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