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Phil Klinkner
Klinkner to Discuss Super Tuesday on WIBX

Professor of Government Phil Klinkner will discuss the Super Tuesday results this moning on WIBX, 950 AM, from 8:30 to 8:45 a.m.  More ...

Alan Cafruny and Ted Lehmann
Cafruny and Lehmann Co-Author Article in New Left Review

Professors Alan Cafruny and Ted Lehmann of the Government department have published an article in the New Left Review titled "Over The Horizon?  The United States and Iraq."  The article evaluates the retained influence of the U.S. in Iraq and the broader Gulf region in the aftermath of the troop withdrawal completed in December 2011. The piece grew out of a letter to the editor that they published in The Financial Times on Dec. 21, 2011.  More ...

Gordon Hewitt
Gordon Hewitt, Mariani Study Cited in New York Times Op-Ed

A study co-authored by Gordon Hewitt, assistant dean of faculty for institutional research, was cited in a New York Times op-ed, “The Indoctrination Myth,” on Sunday, March 4.  The op-ed was in response to Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum’s comment that “There are good, decent men and women who go out and work hard every day and put their skills to test that aren’t taught by some liberal college professor trying to indoctrinate them.”  More ...

Dennis Gilbert
WAMC Features Gilbert on Academic Minute

WAMC/Northeast Public Radio in Albany will feature a reading by Professor of Sociology Dennis Gilbert on Monday, March 5, as part of the public radio station’s Academic Minute. During his reading, Gilbert examines exactly who is considered middle class, pointing out that there are many definitions.  More ...

Eric Boole ’13, Amy Soenksen ’13, Amy Marchesi ’13, Ellie Fausold ’13, Nick Solano ’14, Cam Waugh ’13, and Kevin Prior ’13 stand by the grave of Pierre L’Enfant overlooking Washington, D.C.
Washington Students Visit Arlington National Cemetery

On a spectacular Sunday afternoon, Feb. 26, students on the Program in Washington visited Arlington National Cemetery, the final resting place for 14,000 veterans.  The highlight of the visit was witnessing the changing of the guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns by soldiers of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment.  More ...

Hamilton's students in Washington, D.C., with Mike McCurry P'13.
D.C. Students Meet with Co-Chair of Commission on Presidential Debates

On Feb. 15, students in the Program in Washington met with Michael McCurry P ’13, co-chair of the Commission on Presidential Debates. CPD was established in 1987 to sponsor and produce debates for the United States presidential and vice presidential candidates and to undertake research and educational activities relating to the debates.  More ...

Hamilton's Model UN delegates in Montreal.
10 Students Participate in Annual Model UN Assembly

Ten Hamilton students traveled to Montreal to participate in the McGill University Model United Nations Assembly (McMUN), which convened January 26-29.  The conference drew more than 1,300 delegates to fill 25 different committees that focused on international relations in the Information Age.  More ...

Washington Program students with Steven Hayward, center, at the American Enterprise Institute.
Washington Program Students Visit American Enterprise Institute

Students in Hamilton’s Program in Washington, D.C., visited the American Enterprise Institute this week and met with Steven Hayward, the F. K. Weyerhaeuser Fellow.  Hayward writes on a wide range of public policy issues and is the author of the Almanac of Environmental Trends, and many books on environmental topics.  More ...

David Paris '71
Paris '71 Essay on Washington Post Blog

A guest post titled “Higher education’s $64,000 question” by Professor of Government David Paris ’71 appeared on The Washington Post College Inc. blog on Feb. 2. Paris, who is currently serving as executive director of the New Leadership Alliance for Student Learning and Accountability, expressed his support for establishing evidence-based improvement of student learning as a central focus of higher education.  More ...

Peter Maher '13
Peter Maher '13 Publishes Op-ed in Asheville, N.C., Newspaper

An op-ed written by Peter Maher ’13 was published on Jan. 22 by The Tribune Papers of Asheville, N.C. The piece, titled “The Lone Wolf: Why singular terrorists pose the greatest threat,” was written as an assignment in a fall semester Government class, Global Challenges, taught by Ambassador Edward “Ned”  Walker Jr. ’62. Maher then submitted it to the paper for consideration.  More ...

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