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Philip Maier '12
Philip Maier '12 Co-Authors Article in Journal Civil Wars

Philip Maier ’12 co-authored a paper in the June, 2012, issue of the journal Civil Wars, published through the University of Birmingham. The forthcoming journal is a special issue – “Assessing the Capabilities of Regional and International Organizations in Civil Wars” – that examines the ability of various organizations to deal with internal conflicts, such as the African Union in Burundi and NATO in Afghanistan.  More ...

Seniors Daniel Feinberg, Dilyana Mihalova, Lucas Harris, Bethany O'Meara and Dan Bruzzese.
Biology Students, Williams Present at Northeast Natural History Conference

Professor of Biology Ernest Williams took six students to the Northeast Natural History Conference 2012, held April 16-18 at the OnCenter in Syracuse, N.Y., where he and the students all made presentations.  More ...

Denise Ghartey '12
Denise Ghartey '12 is Bristol Fellowship Recipient

Denise Ghartey ’12 has been awarded Hamilton’s Bristol Fellowship. The Bristol Fellowship was begun in 1996 as part of a gift to the college by William M. Bristol Jr., (Class of 1917).  The $22,000 fellowship is designed to encourage Hamilton students to experience the richness of the world by living outside the United States for one year and studying an area of great personal interest.  More ...

Elly Field '13
Elly Field '13 Presents at Southern Sociological Society Conference

Elly Field '13 presented a paper with Professor George Hobor of Colgate University at the annual conference of the Southern Sociological Society in New Orleans on March 22. The paper was co-authored with sociology students Amy Dow '12 and David Schwartz '13 and details the results of the group's summer research on the social and economic integration of Utica's Karen and Bantu refugee population.  More ...

Lucas Harris '12
Lucas Harris '12 Will Study Plant Species in Finland Under Fulbright Grant

Lucas Harris ’12 has been awarded a Fulbright Grant to Finland. He will spend the 2012-13 academic year working under Dr. Miska Luoto at the University of Helsinki, studying how individual plant species in subarctic Finland will react to climate change.  More ...

Austin Walker '12
Austin Walker '12 Chosen to Attend Clinton Global Initiative University

Austin Walker ’12 was selected to attend the Clinton Global Initiative University conference, March 30 – April 1 at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.  More ...

Students examine artifacts at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C.
Students in Asian Temples in a Virtual World Class Visit D.C. Museums

Six students in Thomas Wilson’s seminar, Asian Temples in a Virtual World, travelled to Washington, D.C., from March 8-12 to visit museums in conjunction with their research projects. The trip featured a private viewing of 16 artifacts in the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler collections.  More ...

Caitlin Livsey '12
Livsey ’12 Presents Poster at Geological Society Meeting

Caitlin Livsey, a senior geosciences major, presented a poster at the 47th Geological Society of America, Northeast Section meeting held March 18-20 in Hartford, Conn.

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Spencer Gulbronson '12
Spencer Gulbronson '12 Awarded Watson Fellowship

Spencer Gulbronson, a candidate for May graduation from Hamilton, has been awarded a prestigious Thomas J. Watson Fellowship for 2012-13. Her project, titled “The Universal Language: Exploring Creative Approaches to Math Education,” was among 40 national winners of the Fellowships.  More ...

Victoria (Tori) Morrow '14
Victoria Morrow '14 Awarded University of Michigan Classics Fellowship

Victoria (Tori) Morrow ’14 has been awarded a summer fellowship at the University of Michigan to do work in classics and medieval studies through the university’s Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP).  The SROP brings talented underrepresented students to Ann Arbor to work with faculty mentors on research projects during two months in the summer. Morrow is a classics major.  More ...

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