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Hamilton Awarded STARTALK Grant for 4th Year

For the fourth year, Hamilton College is the recipient of STARTALK funding to operate two programs for Chinese language this summer—a Chinese teacher development program and a week-long intensive learning Chinese immersion course for students in grades 8 and 9.  More ...

Alumni panelists Jared Fox '03, Kecia Hayes '89 and Rob Banzer '88
Students Tackle Public Policy Issues in Education Reform “Smackdown”

Professor Gary Wyckoff’s public policy students worked in teams this semester to meet the challenge of devising effective yet feasible policy proposals for education reform. They presented and defended their projects to a panel of alumni who work in education on May 12.  More ...

Students help artist Danielle Tegeder complete a 70-foot wall drawing in the Wellin Museum of Art.
Dannielle Tegeder Exhibition at Hamilton’s Wellin Museum Opens May 11

The Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art presents Dannielle Tegeder’s first solo museum exhibition, “Dannielle Tegeder: Painting in the Extended Field.” Tegeder is an abstract painter from New York City, and draws her inspiration from urban systems, architecture, data, infrastructure and geography.  More ...

Filmmaking workshop participants in Bristol Campus Center.
Hamilton Network Connects Students and Alumnus for Film Workshop

Many Hamilton students and alumni talk about the value of the “Hamilton network” in helping them explore careers, find internships or jobs, or simply provide advice. For nine students interested in filmmaking that network came alive when Benjamin Eckstein ’01 conducted an intense two-day workshop on the Hill on April 20-21.  More ...

Arthur Vining Davis Foundations Grant Will Support First-Year Experience Program

Hamilton College has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations to support the three-year pilot phase of a comprehensive First-Year Experience (FYE) program to help students make the transition to college.  More ...

 Inzer with (l-r) Spencer, Lauer and Burge
Inzer Discusses Admission Issues on NBC's Today Show

Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Monica Inzer made her third appearance on NBC’s Today Show on Thursday, April 11.  Financial aid, choosing a college, and wait lists  were among the topics that Inzer, Arizona State University Executive Director of Admission David Burge, University of Michigan Undergraduate Admissions Director Ted Spencer and Today Show co-host Matt Lauer discussed.  More ...

Pitch Competition Makes a Hit

Hamilton students and alumni took the opportunity to put their business ideas and proposals to the test through the annual Hamilton College Pitch Competition held during Volunteer Weekend, April 5-7.  More ...

Athletic Director Jon Hind '80, President Joan Hinde Stewart, DSA recipient Dave Thompson, and Alumni Association President John Hadity '83.
“Fitness Guru” Dave Thompson Honored With Alumni Association's Distinguished Service Award

Dave Thompson, director of the Charlean and Wayland Blood Fitness and Dance Center, director of Campus Wellness and professor of physical education at Hamilton, was honored as the 2013 Distinguished Service Award recipient by Hamilton’s Alumni Association. John Hadity ’83, president of the Alumni Association, presented the award on April 5 during the Alumni Council’s Recognition dinner.  More ...

Hamilton Reduces Residence Hall Electric Use by 5.8%, Wins Negawatt Challenge

Students came back from spring break to some good news concerning sustainability on the Hill. Hamilton was the winner of the three-week NY Negawatt/CCN Competition Challenge among New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium peer schools.  The student body, led by Hamilton Environmental Action Group (HEAG) reduced electricity consumption across all Hamilton residence halls by 5.8%, which equates to 27,909 kilowatt hours or approximately $2,500.  More ...

The Taylor Science Center
Twelve Female Science Students Receive Clare Boothe Luce Undergraduate Research Award

Twelve of Hamilton’s outstanding female science students are the first recipients of the Clare Boothe Luce Undergraduate Research Award. The new annual award will fund up to 12 female scientists each summer over the course of three years as Clare Boothe Luce Scholars in the fields of computer science, physics and chemistry. The $144,600 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation will be matched with funds from Hamilton.  More ...

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