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Jason Townsend
Townsend Co-Authors Article on Pest Control by Birds

“Field-scale habitat complexity enhances avian conservation and avian-mediated pest-control services in an intensive agricultural crop,” an article co-authored by Supervisor of Introductory Laboratories Jason Townsend, was recently published in the journal Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment.  More ...

Joan Hinde Stewart
Stewart Named Resident Associate at National Humanities Center

Hamilton College President Joan Hinde Stewart, who will retire from Hamilton on June 30, has been named a resident associate at the National Humanities Center for the 2016-17 fellowship year.  More ...

Wellin Museum Director Tracy Adler, second from right, with speakers at ArtTable's Spring PechaKucha.
Adler Discusses the Museum Experience at ArtTable

Tracy L. Adler, director of the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, presented “What I Talk About When I Talk About Art: Customizing the Visitor Experience” on April 7 at ArtTable’s Spring PechaKucka in New York City.  More ...

DK Lee '17 presented his work at the Northeast Regional Computing Program Conference in Providence, R.I.
DK Lee ’17 Presents at NERCOMP Conference

DK Lee ’17 presented at the 2016 Annual Northeast Regional Computing Program (NERCOMP) Conference in Providence, R.I., on March 23. The projects presented were developed throughout Lee’s year-long Instructional Technology Apprenticeship Program (ITAP) with Educational Technologist Benjamin Salzman ’14.  More ...

Kimberly Williams, center, with Winnie and Johnny Ihlenstadt, her host family in Copenhagen.
Williams Presents in Copenhagen

Kimberly Williams, associate director of the Days-Massolo Center, presented an interactive workshop about “Advocating for the Intersectional Student” during the Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) conference held March 14-18 in Copenhagen.  More ...

Hamilton Supports America's Greatest Heart Run & Walk

The 19th annual America’s Greatest Heart Run & Walk drew 77 Hamilton College walkers and runners on Saturday, March 5, in Utica.  This year’s donations are still being counted, but thus far Team Hamilton has raised $3,914 for the American Heart Association.  More ...

#LeapForHamilton Day Breaks All Records

Leaping up to, catapulting over and exploding through records, the Feb. 29 #LeapForHamilton challenge was a monumentally successful fundraising effort with the support of alumni, students, parents, friends and employees. The challenge, to reach 1,812 gifts, was met at 5:23 p.m., but enthusiasm and generosity continued to mount. By day’s end, 2,868 gifts totaled $900,313, representing 158 percent of the original 1,812 donor goal. This marks a single-day giving record by a factor of more than four and exceeds the total number of gifts in any single month in Hamilton’s history.  More ...

Hamilton Be the Match Registrants Top 500

“Be a Match” the posters and emails exhorted, advertising the Feb. 17 marrow registry drive held at Hamilton. After four such events and 500 sign-ups, Milinda Ajawara ’16 has been identified as a Hamilton match for an individual in need of a marrow transplant. Be the Match, the organization that maintains the registry, rightly proclaims that “every potential donor who proves to be a match has a chance to be a hero and save a life.”  More ...

Head Women's Volleyball Coach Erin Glaser presents at the AVCA Conference.
Glaser Presents at AVCA Meeting

Erin Glaser, head women’s volleyball coach and associate professor of physical education, was a co-presenter on Dec. 17 at the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) National Convention in Omaha, Neb.  More ...

Huffington Post Highlights Hamilton's Need-Blind Policy

Hamilton’s need-blind admission policy is the focus of a Dec. 18 feature story published by Huffington Post titled “How One Top College Ended a Policy that Weeded Out Poor Students.” The article detailed how Hamilton made the decision to eliminate merit scholarships and later to adopt the need-blind policy that eliminates applicants' financial need from consideration in admission decisions.  More ...

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