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Ned Walker Jr. '62 illustrates a point in his Cultural Diplomacy class.
Former Ambassador Ned Walker Jr. ’62 Teaches Cultural Diplomacy

Ambassador Edward S. Walker Jr. ’62, the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory, has returned to the Hill this semester to teach a course on Cultural Diplomacy: Tool of Diplomacy or Imperialism (Government 341.)  More ...

Phil Klinkner
Klinkner Gives Election Post-Mortem

In the last talk of a semester-long series on the election season, The Publius Society invited Professor Phil Klinkner of Hamilton’s Government Department to give his thoughts in “An Election Post-Mortem.”  More ...

Government Professor Phil Klinkner watches the results come in.
NPR Quotes Klinkner on Republican Party Strategy

Philip Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government, was quoted extensively in a National Public Radio website article that addressed how the GOP might react going forward in light of Governor Mitt Romney’s defeat. Posted hours after President Obama delivered his victory speech, “Republican Response Likely To Be Tactical, Not Transformative” appeared in NPR’s It’s all politics column.  More ...

Calin Trenkov-Wermuth ’00
Trenkov-Wermuth ’00 Co-Authors Book on NATO

NATO and the Challenges of Austerity, a book co-authored by Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Calin Trenkov-Wermuth ’00, was recently published by RAND Corporation. Trenkov-Wermuth and his co-authors, F. Stephen Larrabee, Stuart E. Johnson, John Gordon IV, Peter A. Wilson, Caroline Baxter and Deborah Lai, prepared the report for the Office of the Secretary of Defense.  More ...

Phil Klinkner
Klinkner Provides Election Insight at Think Tank

With the 2012 elections less than two weeks away, Think Tank held a session on Oct. 26 focusing on the timely topic of the presidential election.  Phil Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government, was invited to lead a discussion with an audience of students, staff and visiting parents.  More ...

Peter Cannavo
Cannavo Pens Op-ed for Huffington Post

Associate Professor of Government Peter Cannavò published an op-ed, “The Real Frankenstorm,” on The Huffington Post (Oct. 26, 2012).  In the piece Cannavò questions why the subject of climate change has not been addressed in this year’s presidential race.  More ...

Peter Maher '13, right, talks with Rome deputy police chief Kevin Simons '88.
Peter Maher '13 Research Leads to New Strategy for Rome Police

Whether it’s through a varsity sport, a cultural diversity club or a service organization, Hamilton students devote both time and energy throughout the year to getting involved in their community. Peter Maher ’13 is no exception and has a unique story to tell. Over the past two years, he has spent more than 30 hours a week interning with the police department in the nearby city of Rome, N.Y.  More ...

George Baker '74 talks to his senior seminar in lobbying class.
George Baker Jr. ’74 and Frank Vlossak ’89 Teach Lobbying Seminar

George Baker Jr. ’74 and Frank Vlossak ’89 have returned to Hamilton to share their real-world experience with 12 students through a unique Lobbying and Government Relations course. Baker and Vlossak, who hold the positions of distinguished lecturers of American Public Policy and Practice, previously co-taught the course in 2008.  More ...

P. Gary Wyckoff
Wyckoff Essay Published in InsideHigherEd

Using examples from today’s political landscape, Professor of Government P. Gary Wyckoff examined elements of critical thinking in an essay titled “What Exactly Is Critical Thinking,” published by InsideHigherEd in its Oct. 11 edition. “As I prepared for the start of classes this fall, I tried to pinpoint the critical thinking skills I really want my students to learn,” wrote Wyckoff.  “And as I listened to public debates on everything from tax policy to Obamacare, five essential thinking skills seemed to be missing, again and again.”  More ...

Program in Washington students at the American Enterprise Institute.
D.C. Program Students Attend Briefing on Higher Education Policy

Bipartisanship is generally in short supply in Washington.  However, Hamilton’s Program in Washington students got a glimpse of it at a briefing at the American Enterprise Institute on September 19.  Senators Ron Wyden (D, Oregon) and Marco Rubio (R, Florida) discussed a bill they had introduced, the Student Right to Know Before You Go Act.  More ...

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