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New York program students in front of "Washington Crossing the Delaware" by Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze.
NY Program Tours Met

Students in the New York City program visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Sept. 14. Located on Fifth Avenue, the Met is the largest art museum in the United States. A museum guide provided an introduction then students had a close look at some master works and listened to the stories behind the art.  More ...

Local Farm Crawl Launches Adirondack Program

Students in the Hamilton Adirondack Program wasted no time making local connections upon arriving at their home for the semester, the Mountain House in Keene, N.Y. One whirlwind Friday, students rose just after dawn and spent the day visiting farms near the program site.  More ...

Hamilton Program in NY students at the Washington Square Arch in Greenwich Village.
NYC Group Takes Walking Tour of City


During their first few days in New York City, New York Program students took a guided food tour and walking tour in Manhattan.  This tour took place in the Greenwich Village neighborhood, a quaint and quiet part of Manhattan that is full of history.    More ...

New York City Program students and director Professor Derek Jones at the Tenement Museum.
NYC Program Tours Tenement Museum

Students participating in the Fall 2016 New York City (NYC) Program visited the Lower East Side Tenement Museum in Manhattan on Sept. 7. The Museum is housed in a building, constructed in 1863, that originally contained 22 apartments before it was eventually abandoned as a residential space.  More ...

The HCAYS group in Santiago de  Compostela Plaza next to the Cathedral.
HCAYS Group Tours Galicia

Participants in the Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain (HCAYS) recently visited the Spanish region of Galicia as part of their orientation trip. Twenty-six students from Hamilton, Colby, Grinnell, Scripps, Swarthmore, Davidson, Bates, Bryn Mawr and Williams are participating in HCAYS.  More ...

Toni Burdick '18, Deasia Hawkins '18
Toni Burdick ’18, Deasia Hawkins ’18 Awarded Gilman Scholarships

Antonia "Toni" Burdick ’18 and Deasia Hawkins ’18 have been awarded Gilman International Scholarship Program awards for undergraduate study abroad. Burdick plans to study in Senegal this fall through the Council on International Educational Exchange and in France in spring 2017 through the Hamilton in France program. Hawkins will study in Germany for the 2016-17 academic year through the Tufts-in-Tübingen program.  More ...

Sophie Gaulkin '17 in Iceland.
The Rocky Ethics of Geological Sampling

Rock coring is an important means of analysis for certain disciplines within geoscience. Unfortunately, it also destroys part of the very record it enables geologists to study. For this reason, geoscientists need a code of ethics to preserve the geological record as much as possible while conducting research. These codes do exist, but Sophia Gaulkin ’17 believes that they are insufficient. This summer, she is using an Emerson Grant to research the current state of the ethics of geological sampling and propose a new code of conduct.  More ...

Angel Pichardo,Suxian (Suzy) Lin,Katherine (Katie) Guzzetta, Abbas A. Khan.
Bio. Research Provides Cultural Experience Abroad

Biology majors Abbas Khan’18, Suxian (Suzy) Lin’18, and Angel Pichardo’17, along with biochemistry major Katherine (Katie) Guzzetta’18 spent the summer exploring the application of nanoparticles in biotechnology at the National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Taiwan. The research is under the supervision of Associate Professor of Biology Wei-Jen Chang and in collaboration with Professor Zung-Hang Wei’s mechanical engineering lab at NTHU. In addition to the academic challenge, the research group has described the experience as a cultural adventure.  More ...

Anna Liu '18
Anna Liu ’18 Receives Gilman Scholarship and Freeman-ASIA Award

Anna Liu ’18 has been awarded the Gilman Scholarship and Freeman-ASIA award for study abroad in China for this summer. An economics and Chinese major at Hamilton, she is active on the Campus Activities Board and the Pen Pals Program.  More ...

New York City Program participants visited the Metropolitan opera on April 29.
Final NYC Program Venue: Metropolitan Opera

Participants of the Spring 2016 New York City (NYC) program had opportunity to attend a performance of La Bohème at the Metropolitan Opera on April 29. For many, it was the first time to experience a live operatic production. La Bohème is a timeless love story set in Paris in the 1830s.  More ...

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