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Eugene Domack and Michael McCormick
Antarctic Sun Features Domack and McCormick Research

The Antarctic Sun, a publication of the U.S. Antarctic Program, featured research performed by Eugene Domack, the J.W. Johnson Family Professor of Environmental Studies, and Associate Professor of Biology Michael McCormick as part of the LARISSA (LARsen Ice Shelf System Research, Antarctica) Project.  Domack is the principal investigator on the LARISSA program and, while at Hamilton, has conducted marine geology expeditions to Antarctica for the last 25 years.  More ...

Johanna Farkas '12 and friend.
Farkas '12 Spends Summer Immersed in Mystic Mammals

The wonder and beauty of aquariums are enchanting to children and adults alike. Marine life offers a wealth of intricate diversity to our planet and these species help maintain ecosystems throughout the world. Johanna Farkas ’12 is spending the summer at one of the premier aquariums and world leaders in marine research, the Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration. Farkas’ internship is supported by the Jeffery Fund through the Career Center and the Renwick Prize in Biology.  More ...

The mouth region of the marine enoplid nematode Epacanthion sp.
Smythe Gives Invited Talk at Society of Nematologists Meeting

Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Ashleigh Smythe gave an invited talk titled “Molecular Phylogeny of Enoplia: Implications for Classification and Stoma Evolution” at the 50th anniversary meeting of the Society of Nematologists held July 17-20 at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore. Her talk was presented in the symposium “Freshwater and Marine Nematodes.”  More ...

Patrick D. Reynolds
Patrick D. Reynolds Appointed Hamilton's Dean of Faculty

Patrick D. Reynolds, professor of biology at Hamilton, has been appointed dean of faculty at the college, effective July 1, 2011. He is currently serving in that capacity on an interim basis.  More ...

Daniel Feinberg '12 conducts field research on preventing water pollution.
Daniel Feinberg '12 Spends Semester in Woods Hole

Daniel Feinberg '12 spent the fall semester as a student in the Semester in Environmental Science, in Woods Hole, Mass. The first Hamilton student to participate in the program, he has been measuring the lifetime of Permeable Reactive Barriers, relatively affordable systems that can remove nitrate pollution from groundwater.  Here he describes his experience in the program.  More ...

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