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Amy Soenksen ’13 and Ellie Fausold '13 at CPAC.
Washington Students Attend CPAC

For students in the Semester in Washington Program, variety is the spice of political life. A diverse group of these students—conservative, liberals and the curious—chose to attend the  39th annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) that took place February 9-11.  More ...

Washington Program students with Steven Hayward, center, at the American Enterprise Institute.
Washington Program Students Visit American Enterprise Institute

Students in Hamilton’s Program in Washington, D.C., visited the American Enterprise Institute this week and met with Steven Hayward, the F. K. Weyerhaeuser Fellow.  Hayward writes on a wide range of public policy issues and is the author of the Almanac of Environmental Trends, and many books on environmental topics.  More ...

Frank Vlossak '89 and George Baker '74
Washington Students Discuss the Craft of Politics

On February 1, students in the Semester in Washington Program met with George Baker ’74 and Frank Vlossak ’89, principals at Williams and Jensen PLLC. Williams and Jensen is one of the nation's leading, independently owned government affairs law firms.  More ...

Kevin Prior, Cam Waugh, Knute Gailor, Amy Soenksen and Dylan Wulderk stand by David’s portrait of Napoleon near the rotunda of the National Gallery of Art.
Washington Students Tour National Gallery of Art

Although the co-curricular program of the Semester in Washington focuses primarily on meetings and networking with policy makers and shapers, students also explore the cultural assets of the nation’s capital.  More ...

Washington students donned glasses for "4-D" experience about the history of journalism.
Washington Program Visits Newseum

Sixteen sophomores and juniors have begun the spring 2012 Semester in Washington, which combines academic seminars, independent research and internships. Internships this semester include the House, Senate, Department of Justice, Republican National Committee, and a variety of thinks tanks, consulting firms and non-profits. The Semester in Washington also has a rich co-curricular program, including meetings with those who make and influence policy and excursions to take advantage of Washington’s educational and cultural assets.  More ...

Program in Washington students with Ketura Brown '04 at the State Department.
Washington Program Visits State Department

Students in the Semester in Washington Program visited the Department of State, hosted by Foreign Service Officer Ketura Brown ’04 on Dec. 7.  Brown discussed careers in the foreign service and her own journey from Hamilton College, where she participated in the Semester in Washington Program, to the Carter Center at Emory University to the Fletcher School of Tufts University to the State Department.  More ...

D.C. Program students and Professor Ted Eismeier in the atrium of World Bank.
Washington Program Attends Working Lunch at World Bank

Students in the Program in Washington attended a working lunch at the World Bank hosted by Hasan Tuluy P ’08 on Dec. 1. Currently the World Bank Group’s vice president for human resources, Tuluy will become vice president for Latin America and the Caribbean in January.  More ...

Students in Hamilton's Program in Washington, D.C. with U.S. Rep. Richard Hanna, left.
Beyond Books, DC Program Students Enjoy Many Opportunities

Students in the Semester in Washington Program met with U.S. Representative Richard Hanna of New York’s 24th District on Oct. 12. Rep. Hanna fielded a variety of questions from the group about his experiences as a new member of the House of Representatives and about the issues confronting the 112th Congress.  More ...

Washington Students at State Department Conference
DC Program Students Participate in Nuclear Proliferation Conference
Hamilton students in the Program in Washington were invited to participate in a conference titled “Realizing a World Without Nuclear Weapons” on March 30. The conference was held in the new George C. Marshall Conference Center at the State Department and brought together several key Department of State assistant secretaries dealing with disarmament, private experts, non-governmental representatives of interested organizations and college graduate and undergraduate students and faculty. More ...
Program in Washington students visited the Pentagon and met with Fred Shear '03.
Washington Program Visits Pentagon
On December 9, students from the Washington Program met with Fred Shear ’03 at the Pentagon. A staff writer for Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Shear briefed the students on the organization and operation of the military command. Students then toured the 3,705,793 square foot building that has 17.5 miles of corridors and 23,000 employees, military and civilian. The group also visited the Pentagon Memorial honoring the 184 people whose lives were lost on September 11, 2001. More ...
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