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Sarah Patterson '08
Sarah Patterson '08 Joins Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC

The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle has announced that Sarah Patterson '08 has joined its Charleston office. Patterson will practice in consumer finance litigation and assist with research, pleadings, discovery, and trial preparation. She was most recently a legal research and writing teaching assistant at West Virginia University College of Law.  More ...

Lesley Ryder '11
Huffington Post Publishes Article by Lesley Ryder '11

The Huffington Post has published an article by Lesley Ryder '11 titled "After Hamilton, Chasing a Dream." Ryder reflects on her experiences as a Hispanic student at Hamilton, beginning with her participation in the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education opportunity program (HEOP) the summer before her freshman year.  More ...

Jason Haas '07
Jason Haas '07 Starts at Mozilla

On Aug. 12 Jason Haas '07 will begin as a community manager at Mozilla, the nonprofit organization that runs the Firefox project, as well as other products and initiatives. His new role will take him to San Francisco, where he will be responsible for coordinating volunteer programs and events around the world. "The success of my new role will draw from my experience as an organizer and marketing consultant, engaging and empowering those who seek to create positive change," said Haas.  More ...

Leide Cabral '11
YPP Volunteering Adds Up to Job for Leide Cabral '11

Recent Hamilton graduate Leide Cabral ’11 has an impressive background in community service, and has especially contributed to the fight against educational inequality. Cabral, who graduated with a degree in mathematics, has recently begun work in Boston with the Young People’s Project (YPP), an organization that develops students from traditionally marginalized populations as learners, teachers and leaders for the future.  More ...

Nick Stagliano '11
Stagliano '11 Steps into Development Job at Juilliard School

With a plethora of positive experiences working in development, Nick Stagliano ’11 knew that he wanted to go into fundraising after he graduated from Hamilton. Stagliano says that he’s lucky to have found the perfect job—his new position in the development office at The Juilliard School in New York City blends perfectly his passion for fundraising with his love for performance art and higher education.  More ...

Sam McNerney '11
Sam McNerney '11 Writes Guest Post for Scientific American

Sam McNerney '11, who has recently begun a career in science journalism, has written an article titled “Confirmation Bias and Art” that was published July 17 on Scientific American’s guest blog.  The article discusses the tendency of humans to look for what confirms their beliefs and ignore what contradicts them—confirmation bias.  More ...

Theresa Allinger '11 discusses her senior thesis with David Fink, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization and IAEA member.
Allinger '11 Presents at International Antarctic Earth Sciences Symposium

Theresa Allinger ’11, a geosciences major, presented a poster on her senior thesis research “Antarctic Deep Sea Corals as Paleoceanographic Proxies for Warm Water Upwelling” at the recent International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences held at the University of Edinburgh. Her participation was supported by the J. W. Johnson Family Professorship stipend and the National Science Foundation through Eugene Domack, the J.W. Johnson Family Professor of Geosciences.  More ...

Julie Meurer '11
Google Internship Leads to Career for Julie Meurer '11

Internships can be invaluable for students speculating about their futures; not only do internships offer an impressive boost to a student’s résumé, they also provide windows into the career world so that students can get a grasp on what types of job would be right or wrong for them.  More ...

Drew Christ '11 discusses his senior thesis at the National Snow and Ice Data Center.
Christ '11 Discusses Thesis at National Snow and Ice Data Center

Drew Christ '11 recently discussed the results of his senior thesis at the National Snow and Ice Data Center at the University of Colorado, Boulder.  His short talk was related to the annual data meeting of the LARISSA working group. One of the highlights of the discussion was the recognition that Christ’s work has defined for the first time the precise chronology for glacial advance during the Little Ice Age in glaciers of the Graham Land coast, Antarctic Peninsula, which took place between AD 1110 and AD 1690.  More ...

Bret Lineberry '11
Bret Lineberry '11 Begins Finance Career With GE

Bret Lineberry ’11 found success in the post-graduate job search largely thanks to a valuable connection with a Hamilton alumnus. A May graduate with a degree in economics and world politics,  she’ll soon begin working in finance for General Electric in Atlanta.  More ...

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