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Jamie Granskie '16
Education, Compassion Marks Jamie Granskie ’16 NEDA Internship

Jamie Granskie ’16 is making a difference this summer as an intern at the National Eating Disorders Association, headquartered in New York City. Formed in 2001, the NEDA is America’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders.Granskie’s internship is supported by the Scott Steven Morris ‘86 Fund, managed through Hamilton’s Career Center.  More ...

Corinne Smith '17
Corinne Smith ’17 Addresses Sexual Assault on Campuses

Sexual assault is a significant problem on college campuses. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are sexually assaulted while they are in college. This summer, Corinne Smith ’17 is using a Levitt Summer Research Fellowship to assess sexual violence at Hamilton.  More ...

Leah Pranschke '17
Leah Pranschke ’17 Interns With HeadCount

Leah Pranschke ’17 is spending her summer in Manhattan in an internship with HeadCount, a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization that seeks to engage the music community in politics and social activism. HeadCount’s primary function is voter registration, which it achieves through the construction of voter registration booths at concerts throughout the country in cooperation with a constantly expanding list of major musicians and artists.  More ...

Azriel Grysman
Grysman’s Article Published in Psychology Journal

“Collecting Narrative Data on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk” by Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Azriel Grysman was recently published in the journal Applied Cognitive Psychology. The article presented the results of Grysman’s study of methods used to collect autobiographical memory narrative data.  More ...

Rachael Feuerstein '16
Feuerstein ’16 Studying Holocaust Psychology

While many students undertake research projects over the summer, Rachael Feuerstein ’16 is using her vacation to pursue a particularly charged subject of study: the social psychology behind the Holocaust. Her project, "The Psychology of Evil and Perpetration: A Psychological Analysis of Why and How the Holocaust Happened," under the direction of Professor of Religious Studies Heidi Ravven and funded through a Levitt Center grant, “aims to explain why ‘good’ people do bad things, or more generally, why people can do evil, such as commit mass genocide.”  More ...

Tara McKee
McKee Presents ADHD Poster

Associate Professor of Psychology Tara McKee presented a poster on May 30 at the 5th World Congress on ADHD in Glasgow, Scotland. The poster, titled “Social-Emotional Correlates of ADHD Symptomatology in College Students,” presented the results of research conducted last summer with the help of Joshua DeVinney ’15 and Courtney Hobgood ’15  More ...

Science Show and Tell

Hamilton College welcomed 3rd grade students from Oneida’s Seneca Street Elementary School to the Taylor Science Center on June 3 for a number of educational presentations on psychology, biology, physics and chemistry.  More ...

From left: Michael Esterman, William Prinzmetal, Alexandra List and Alex Mitko '16
Alex Mitko ’16 Presents Poster at VSS Meeting

Alex Mitko ’16 presented a poster on May 18 at the Vision Sciences Society (VSS) annual meeting in St. Pete Beach, Fla. The poster, titled “An EEG Study of Illusory Conjunctions,” was co-authored by Mitko and Assistant Professor of Psychology Alexandra List, along with researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, and Boston University School of Medicine.  More ...

Winners of the Three Minute Thesis 2015 from left first runner-up Sabrina Yurkofsky '15, second runner-up M.E. Ficarra '15 and champion Lisbeth DaBramo '15.
Three Minute Thesis Debuts at Hamilton

Senior chemistry major Liz DaBramo was the champion and Sabrina Yurkofsky and M.E. Ficarra were first and second runners-up, respectively, in the inaugural Hamilton College Three Minute Thesis competition held May 2 in the Taylor Science Center’s Kennedy Auditorium.  More ...

Jennifer Stevens Aubrey
Lecture on “Self-Objectification and its Consequences” is April 20

Jennifer Stevens Aubrey, an associate professor of communication at the University of Arizona, will present a lecture titled “Self-objectification and its Consequences: A Review of the Effects of Mediated Sexual Objectification on Adolescents and Young Adults” on Monday, April 20 at 7:30 p.m., in room 3024, Taylor Science Center.  More ...

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