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Hamilton and Colgate Announce Membership in edX

Hamilton College and Colgate University jointly announced today their partnership as new contributing members in the nonprofit, online learning platform edX. Founded by Harvard University and MIT, edX currently offers more than 150 courses in many areas of study, including the arts and humanities, public health, law, math and computer science. Its focus is to create access to the world’s best education globally, improve on-campus education and conduct research to enhance teaching and learning.  More ...

Barbara Tewksbury gives a keynote address via Skype to a Geosceince Congress in Tehran, Iran.
Tewksbury Gives Keynote at International Geoscience Event

Upson Chair for Public Discourse and Professor of Geosciences Barbara Tewksbury gave the keynote address at the 32nd National Symposium and 1st International Geoscience Congress on Feb. 18. The event was in Tehran, Iran, and because Tewksbury was unable to be there, “University-Level Geoscience Education for the 21st Century,” was presented via video.  More ...

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Dave Smallen Named VP for Libraries and Information Technology

On September 15, David Smallen became the Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology, a position that allows him to create new pathways of collaboration between the traditional functions of both the Burke Library and Information Technology (IT). Smallen has been at Hamilton since 1972 — “I sometimes joke that I handed out the pistols at Hamilton’s duel,” he said — and has been involved with the Information Technology department since 1974.  More ...

Hamilton Authors Publish in SAA Archaeological Record

An article written by several members of the Hamilton community was published in the May issue of The SAA Archaeological Record, the magazine of the Society for American Archaeology.  More ...

Hamilton to Host Mobile Learning Summit

Hamilton will host the first Mobile Learning Summit on Friday, March 16, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Kirner-Johnson Building.  Presented in partnership with the New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education (NYSCATE), the summit will include discussions, presentations and workshop sessions spanning the mobile technologies within the K-20 educational continuum.  More ...

Monica Inzer
University Business quotes Inzer and Smallen

Both Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Monica Inzer and Vice President for Information Technology Dave Smallen were quoted in the Oct. 1 issue of University Business magazine. In “Tuition setting: rationale behind determining price in a time of limited budgets,” Inzer discussed the participants and processes in tuition-setting discussions and in “Cloud email: the good the bad the uptime:,” Smallen discussed the elimination of storage costs and improved uptime that resulted when the college converted to gmail.  More ...

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New Hamilton Mobile App Available

When viewing www.hamilton.edu from a mobile device, users may notice a new look.  A redesigned mobile homepage now provides fast, mobile-friendly access to information, including the College’s phone directory, important campus numbers, events and sports scores.  Hamilton.edu Mobile is optimized for iPod, iPhone, Android and newer Blackberry devices.  More ...

Library/ ITS Staff Present Strategic Planning Poster

Hamilton librarians Glynis Asu and Carolyn Carpan and ITS staff members Maureen Scoones and Nikki Reynolds presented a poster at the biannual Association of College & Research Libraries conference in Philadelphia on March 31.  More ...

Janet Simons
EDUCAUSE Publishes Simons' Article

An article co-authored by Associate Director of Instructional Technology Support Services Janet Simons was published online in EDUCAUSE Quarterly Magazine (Volume 33, Number 3, 2010). “The Media Scholarship Project: Strategic Thinking about Media and Multimodal Assignments in the Liberal Arts” presents the results of a study undertaken by Hamilton, Colgate University and St. Lawrence University to “take stock of the ways in which multimodal assignments were being used” on the campuses and to look at “the ways in which such assignments foster interdisciplinary collaboration.”  More ...

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