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Katheryn Doran
Doran Chairs Session at APA Meeting

Associate Professor of Philosophy Katheryn Doran chaired a session titled “Advice for Job Candidates: The Teaching Demo” on Jan. 7 at the American Philosophical Association (APA) Eastern Division meeting in Washington, D.C.  More ...

Andrew Rippeon
Rippeon Presents at MLA

Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature and Creative Writing Andrew Rippeon presented a paper at the Modern Language Association Annual Convention, January 7-10, in Austin, Texas. Rippeon’s paper, “‘Well, it was a few lines 15 minutes ago’: Larry Eigner, Jonathan Williams, and Epistolary Post-Projectivism,” was part of a panel on letter-writing in post-1945 American poetry.  More ...

Jessica Gordon-Burroughs
Gordon-Burroughs Gives Paper at MLA Conference

Jessica Gordon-Burroughs, visiting assistant professor of Hispanic studies, presented “Straight Pins, Gauze, and Linotypes: The Cuban Artists’ Book of the 1990s” on Jan. 9 at the Modern Language Association (MLA) Conference in Austin, Texas.  More ...

Simon Coppard
Coppard Presents at Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting

Simon Coppard, visiting assistant professor of biology, presented a talk on Jan. 5 at The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology annual meeting in Portland, Ore. His talk was titled “Patterns of expression and evolution of cryptochrome and timeless genes involved in lunar spawning: Temporal prezygotic isolation among sympatric species of the pantropical sea urchin Diadema.”  More ...

Sally Cockburn
Cockburn Presents at National Mathematics Meeting

Professor of Mathematics Sally Cockburn gave a talk titled ‘A Senior Seminar in Set Theory as a Springboard for Mathematical Philosophy’ on Jan. 6 at the Joint Mathematical Meetings held in Seattle.  More ...

Monk Rowe, the Joe Williams Director of the Fillius Jazz Archive and lecturer in music performance, performs during Fallcoming Weekend.
Rowe Offers edX Course on Jazz

On the heels of two successful edX online course offerings in 2015, Hamilton will debut a third course, Jazz: the Music, the Stories, the Players, presented by Joe Williams Director of the Jazz Archive and Lecturer in Music Performance Monk Rowe beginning on Feb. 2. The free six-week program is designed to appeal equally to the casual listener, the avid fan and the proficient jazz player, according to Rowe.  More ...

National Media Focused on College's Expanded Access in 2015

This year the national media highlighted the college’s focus on expanding access and equalizing experiences on campus in several major articles. Outlets featuring these Hamilton policies and programs included The Chronicle of Higher Education, Huffington Post and the Hechinger Report. The college also received broad national media attention most recently with the announcement of its incoming president, David Wippman, via an Associated Press news story.  More ...

Jaime Kucinskas
Kucinskas Publishes Book Review

Assistant Professor of Sociology Jaime Kucinskas published a review of Momin Rahmin's 2014 book Homosexualities, Muslim Cultures and Modernity in the journal Contemporary Sociology.  More ...

Head Women's Volleyball Coach Erin Glaser presents at the AVCA Conference.
Glaser Presents at AVCA Meeting

Erin Glaser, head women’s volleyball coach and associate professor of physical education, was a co-presenter on Dec. 17 at the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) National Convention in Omaha, Neb.  More ...

Ann Owen
Marketplace Features Owen Interview

A Dec. 22 American Public Media Marketplace broadcast titled “How 2 percent GDP growth looks in the real economy” featured an interview with Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics. Owen commented on the relatively small gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate, observing that typically, after a recession caused by a financial crisis, growth tends to be slow initially.  More ...

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