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Susan Skerritt K'77 speaking with Hannah Weisman '13 at Finance Bootcamp
Campus Engagement: A Trustee Priority

Despite a weekend full of committee meetings, members of the Hamilton Board of Trustees still found many opportunities to engage one-on-one and collectively with students, faculty and staff during the Board's quarterly meeting March 1-2 in Clinton. Here are a few occasions of those occasions.  More ...

Students gathered in the Sadove Student Center lounge to watch election returns on Nov. 6.
Hamilton and Kirkland Alumni Run for Elected Office

Members of the Hamilton community were interested in far more than the results of the presidential election on Tuesday.  Two Hamilton alumni and a Kirkland alumna were also running for elected office.  More ...

Creating Sustainable Urban Centers is Focus of Panel

Creating sustainable urban centers in Utica and Syracuse was the topic of a panel discussion hosted by the Levitt Center on Oct. 27.  More ...

Christie Bell Vilsack K'72
Christie Bell Vilsack K'72 Announces Run for Congress

Christie Bell Vilsack K ’72 recently announced her intention to run for Congress in Iowa’s new Fourth Congressional District.  More ...

Stephanie Ingraham '13
Utica's Garden Grows Greener

The Utica area is sometimes described as a food desert, or an area where healthy, fresh food is not immediately available. This lack of fresh food forces residents to turn to cheaper, less healthy options such as convenience store food. Stephanie Ingraham ’13 is an intern with Utica Urban Gardens at For the Good, Inc., an initiative that works to fight poverty and provide low-income individuals with fresh crops while preserving the environment.  More ...

Patricia F. Goldsmith Named Vice President of Advancement

Patricia F. Goldsmith was named vice president of advancement for Scripps College. Goldsmith most recently served as the College's vice president for enrollment, marketing, and communication.    More ...

Jill Chipman '14, Haley Riemer-Peltz '12, Jennifer Roberts '14 and Lydia Rono '11.
Lydia Rono '11 Awarded Babbitt Fellowship

Lydia Rono ’11 has been awarded the Samuel F. Babbitt Kirkland College Fellowship for graduate study. Rono will pursue a Ph.D. in organic chemistry at Princeton University in the fall. In addition, Haley Riemer-Peltz ’12, Jennifer Roberts ’14 and Jill Chipman '14 were recently selected by the Kirkland Endowment as 2011 Summer Associates. They will conduct research with faculty advisors and receive stipends for their work.  More ...

George Bahlke
George Bahlke Memorial Service to Be Held on April 2

A memorial service for Professor of English Emeritus George Bahlke will be held on Saturday, April 2, at 3 p.m. in St. James' Episcopal Church in Clinton, followed by a reception in the parish hall. Bahlke died on Feb. 1 of complications from pneumonia. He was 76 and, although retired, was a frequent presence on campus. The family asks that in lieu of flowers, those wishing may donate to the George Bahlke Travel Fund, established by his wife, family and friends on the occasion of his retirement.  More ...

Susan Hartman K'74 Collaborates on Documentary Project
Susan Hartman K'74, a journalist, has been working with a team of three award-winning photographers and a videographer on a documentary project, based on her New York Times cover story, Jump Rope Girls, 20 Years On. This project follows three remarkable young Brooklyn women.  Hartman has known these young women—and written about them—since they were 11. The project includes, Destiny's Sweet Sixteen, a video. More ...
Seated from left, Wai Yee Poon, Sofia Guerron, Caitlin Lavin, Haley Riemer-Peltz. Standing: Galia Slayen, Kate Harloe, Lilly Gillespie.
Inaugural Kirkland College Scholars Selected
Ten students have been named the inaugural Kirkland College Scholars at Hamilton College. The new scholarship recognizes students who demonstrate a commitment to the needs and interests of women. It perpetuates the legacy of Kirkland College, which was the women’s college, coordinate with Hamilton, from 1968 to 1978. More ...
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