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Amit Taneja
Taneja Receives Peace Studies Award

Amit Taneja, director of the Days-Massolo Center, has been honored with a Peace Studies award from The Central New York Peace Studies Board and Peace Studies Conference Committee.  He received the award at the organization’s 23rd annual conference on Nov. 12 in Syracuse.  More ...

Catherine D. Brown
Brown Speaks at Professional Design Group Meeting

Director of Visual Communications Catherine D. Brown was the guest speaker at a monthly meeting of the Upstate New York branch of AIGA, the professional association for design committed to advancing design as a professional craft, strategic tool and vital cultural force.  More ...

Jeannine Murtaugh
New York Times Interviews Murtaugh on Grad School

An article appearing on The New York Times’ The Choice blog announced a forthcoming article in the Times Sunday Education Life section for which Jeannine Murtaugh, assistant director of the career center, was interviewed. “The Next Gate” addresses the graduate school admission process and includes interviews with admission representatives from graduate programs at Yale University, University of California (Berkeley) and University of Texas as well as with Murtaugh.  More ...

Gordon Hewitt
Hewitt Presents at Institutional Research Conference

Assistant Dean of Faculty for Institutional Research Gordon Hewitt was part of a panel presentation on using data in the accreditation process at the annual conference of the Association for Institutional Research in Toronto on May 23.  More ...

J.D. Ross
Ross and Slayen '13 Featured in National Media

Galia Slayen ’13, who with Perry Ryan ’12 provided the impetus for Hamilton’s participation in the National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (NEDAW), was featured on NBC’s Today Show on Monday, April 18, in live interviews at both the 8 and 10 a.m. hours. Director of New Media  J.D. Ross was interviewed for an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education titled "Colleges Rehab Their Web Sites for Major Payoffs" that appeared online and  in the publication’s April 18 issue.  More ...

<em>Stutter</em> by William Billiter.
Billiter Publishes Book of Poetry, Stutter

William Billiter, director of foundation, corporate and government relations, has written a book of poetry titled Stutter (University of Georgia Press, April 1, 2011). Stutter was a winner in the 2010 National Poetry Series, an award program judged by distinguished national poets.  More ...

Library/ ITS Staff Present Strategic Planning Poster

Hamilton librarians Glynis Asu and Carolyn Carpan and ITS staff members Maureen Scoones and Nikki Reynolds presented a poster at the biannual Association of College & Research Libraries conference in Philadelphia on March 31.  More ...

J.D. Ross
Ross Quoted in New York Times Article

Director of New Media J.D. Ross was quoted in a New York Times article titled “A Facebook ‘Welcome’ That May Not Be” on Dec. 8. The article, which also appeared on the paper’s “The Choice” blog, described the activities of a firm called Roomsurf.  More ...

William Billiter
Billiter Manuscript Selected by National Poetry Series
William Billiter, director of foundation, corporate and government relations, is a 2010 winner in the National Poetry Series, a literary awards program which sponsors the publication of five books of poetry each year. More ...
Randall Ericson
Ericson Compiles Solzhenitsyn Bibliography
Couper Librarian Randall Ericson has compiled a bibliography of the works of prominent 20th century author and Nobel prize winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Spanning the years 1962-75, it includes translations of Solzhenitsyn’s work into all languages, as well as miscellaneous non-literary works such as letters and Solzhenitsyn’s statements to the Soviet Writers’ Union. One of the Solzhenitsyn’s most recognized and celebrated publications, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, was first published in 1962. More ...
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