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The 2015 Tobin Award winners Norm Bramley, Phyllis Breland '80 and Terry Lapinski.
Three Employees Honored With Tobin Awards

The winners of the Beverly S. and Eugene M. Tobin Employee Awards were announced and employees celebrating milestone service anniversaries were honored at Hamilton’s 31st annual employee service recognition luncheon on May 18 on Dunham Green.  More ...

Chronicle of Higher Ed Article Features College

The Chronicle of Higher Education, in an article titled “At Hamilton College, Top Administrators Were Themselves First-Generation Students,” (link available until 5/19) highlighted the college’s focus on expanding access and equalizing experiences on campus.  The May 18 story reported on the challenges first-generation students face and how Hamilton’s programs, including First-Year-Forward, SEAS and the universal pre-orientation program (beginning this August), address them.  More ...

Hillary Joy Pitoniak was presented a Department of Health service award.
Pitoniak Receives DOH Service Award

Hillary Joy Pitoniak, greenhouse and invertebrate care technician, was presented with a service award on May 8 by the New York State Department of Health (DOH) for her work with the Utica Community Gardens. Pitoniak has represented Hamilton on the Utica Community Gardens committee since its founding in 2012.  More ...

Andrew Jillings and Janelle Schwartz '97 at Adirondack Day.
Schwartz ’97 and Jillings Promote Adirondack Programs

Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing Janelle Schwartz ’97 and Director of Outdoor Leadership Andrew Jillings were invited to attend Adirondack Day on April 27 at the New York State Legislative Office Building in Albany, N.Y.  More ...

Vigil participants cross the bridge from KJ.
Hamilton Stands With Nepal

Students, faculty and members of the Hamilton community came out in force for a candelight vigil to remember victims of the April 25 earthquake in Nepal and raise awareness of fundraising efforts on campus and globally.  The vigil was organized by the International  Students Association.  Today (April 30) the Asian Cultural Society is holding a brainstorming session “What Can we do for Nepal,” at 5 p.m. on the Sadove Sunporch.  More ...

Anne Dinneen
Hamilton College Appoints Chief Investment Officer

Anne Dinneen, director of investments since 2004 at the James Irvine Foundation in San Francisco, has been named chief investment officer at Hamilton College.
Dinneen, who worked previously at Barclays Global Investors, Thomas Weisel Partners and Banc of America Securities, will manage the college’s $922 million endowment and planned giving assets. She will assume her position at Hamilton on May 15.  More ...

Professor of Economics Steve Wu talks about teaching at one of the monthly events.
Year-Long Series Explores the Art of Teaching

While many people recognize the value of a college education, not all appreciate the art behind educating. The Hamilton community has been fostering dialogues this year as part of the inaugural Talk About Teaching (TAT) series. Associate Dean of Faculty Penny Yee, who helps coordinate the variety of events, described the purpose of the series as “drawing attention to the practice of teaching at the college.” The events take place across campus, with noontime gatherings almost every Tuesday.  More ...

Bill Huggins, right, with Mike Joseph, chairman of the Mohawk Valley Engineers' Executive Council.
Huggins Honored by MVEEC

Associate Director of Physical Plant for Building Services William Huggins received the Outstanding Engineering Professionalism Award, given by the Mohawk Valley Engineers’ Executive Council (MVEEC). The award was presented at a banquet on April 23 at the Roselawn in New York Mills, N.Y.  More ...

Ken Herold speaks at a conference in China.
Herold Explores Philosophies of Information

Director of Library Information Systems Ken Herold has guest edited another special issue for the critical professional journal Library Trends, titled "Exploring Philosophies of Information."  More ...

Team Hamilton Turns Out for America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk

More than 80 members of the Hamilton community participated in the America’s Greatest Heart Run and Walk on March 7 in Utica.  This year’s donations are still being counted,  but in 2014 Team Hamilton raised $9,727 for the American Heart Association. Hamilton organizers  hope to come close to that amount for this year. The entire 2015 event included about 8,000 participants, with more than $1 million raised.  More ...

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