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A Hamilton student works with a refugee.
Project SHINE: 10 Years of Contributing to the Community

The start of the Spring 2015 semester at Hamilton marks the 10th anniversary of Students Helping in the Naturalization of Elders, or Project SHINE, operated through the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center.  The service-learning program helps students understand the needs and circumstances of others through work in the community.  Students act as English coaches to refugees and immigrants, and work one-on-one or in small groups with adult learners and young adults.  More ...

Omobolaji Olarinmoye
Olarinmoye Awarded Levitt Center SHINE Grant

Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Omobolaji Olarinmoye has received a Levitt Center 2013 Project SHINE course development grant for his Introduction to Comparative Politics (Gov. 112) course.  More ...

Elizabeth Parker-Magyar '12
Elizabeth Parker-Magyar '12 Awarded Fulbright ETA to Jordan

Elizabeth Parker-Magyar ’12, a candidate for May graduation, has been awarded a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship to Jordan.  She is a world politics major at Hamilton.  More ...

Katrina Rabeler '12 and Chip Sinton '13, students in GOVT 202, at the end-of-semester party with Sedin Vukovic.
Hamilton Students and Young Refugees Share Experiences Through Class
This past fall semester, seven Hamilton students participated in the Government 202 quarter-credit service learning course titled “Immigrants and Refugees in the U.S.” taught by former Levitt Center Associate Director for Community Research Judith Owens-Manley. The course met once a week to discuss refugee resettlement experiences, policies and procedures, especially those specifically related to local Utica’s large refugee population. More ...
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