Public Events
Public Events Calendar >>


Media Relations

Student Spotlight  RSS Feed

181 to 190 out of 746

Members of the Mock Trial Team at the Regional Qualifer in Buffalo.
Mock Trial Team Advances to Opening Round of Championship

Hamilton’s Mock Trial team continued to have a successful season, finishing fourth at the Buffalo, N.Y., regional tournament held Feb. 10 - 12. With an overall record of 7-1, the team earned a bid to compete in the Opening Round Championship Series in Hamilton, Ohio, on March 23 - 25. Maggie McGuire ’15 and Ian Carradine ’15 won Outstanding Witness awards, demonstrating the depth of the team’s talent.  More ...

Hamilton science students judged the Clinton Middle School Science Fair.
Hamilton Science Students Act as Judges at Clinton Science Fair

Fifteen Hamilton students took time out on Saturday, Feb. 11, to serve as judges for the Clinton Middle School Science Fair.  The Hamilton volunteers took their jobs seriously, providing many helpful comments on the middle school students’ score sheets.  More ...

Jen Borton, Mark Oakes, Beril Esen '13 and Sam Briggs '12.
Borton, Sam Briggs '12 and Beril Esen '13 Present at Conference

Associate Professor of Psychology Jen Borton, students Sam Briggs '12 and Beril Esen '13, and former Hamilton Professor Mark Oakes presented two posters at the annual conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in San Diego in January. Their posters were titled Defensive Self-Esteem and Self-Awareness and Unforgettable: Autobiographical Memories of People with Defensive High Self-Esteem.  More ...

Lauren Howe '12
Have You Eaten Real Food Today?

Lauren Howe ’12 spent the fall semester conducting an independent study project in which she researched and recorded campus food purchasing at Hamilton.  She collaborated with Bon Appétit and Real Food Challenge (RFC), a student-led organization based in Boston advocating “real food” on more college campuses.  More ...

Peter Maher '13
Peter Maher '13 Publishes Op-ed in Asheville, N.C., Newspaper

An op-ed written by Peter Maher ’13 was published on Jan. 22 by The Tribune Papers of Asheville, N.C. The piece, titled “The Lone Wolf: Why singular terrorists pose the greatest threat,” was written as an assignment in a fall semester Government class, Global Challenges, taught by Ambassador Edward “Ned”  Walker Jr. ’62. Maher then submitted it to the paper for consideration.  More ...

Model European Club members with Professor Alan Cafruny in Wroclaw, Poland.
Model EU Travels to Poland for EuroSim Conference

Over winter break 15 students from Hamilton’s Model European Union club — as well as faculty advisor Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs — attended the 25th annual EuroSim conference in Wroclaw, Poland, from Jan. 5-8.  Each year, the EuroSim conference presents a different topic relating to European policy; the topic of this year’s conference was European asylum policy and the development of a common European asylum system.

   More ...

Two Students Receive Class of 1979 Travel Awards

Two Hamilton students have been selected as recipients of the Class of 1979 Student Travel Award. The award, established by the alumni of Hamilton’s Class of 1979, offers financial assistance to outstanding students who wish to pursue extensive research projects in different parts of the world.  More ...

D.C. Program students and Professor Ted Eismeier in the atrium of World Bank.
Washington Program Attends Working Lunch at World Bank

Students in the Program in Washington attended a working lunch at the World Bank hosted by Hasan Tuluy P ’08 on Dec. 1. Currently the World Bank Group’s vice president for human resources, Tuluy will become vice president for Latin America and the Caribbean in January.  More ...

Members of Hamilton's Mathletics team took part in the Putnam Competition.
Mathletics Team Vies in Putnam Competition

Ten students from Hamilton's Mathletics team competed nationally on Dec. 3, in the William Lowell Putnam mathematics competition.  The participants were Jeremy Adelman ’13, Abrar Ahmed ’13, Yinghan Ding ’12, Adam Fix ’13, Robert Huben ’15, Maribeth Johnson ’13, Sunrose Shrestha ’14, Josh Snyder ’13, Yonghun Song ’13 and Shichen Xu ’12. They had trained for the competition throughout the fall semester with Assistant Professor of Mathematics Andrew Dykstra.  More ...

Fed Challenge participants Mallory Dawson, Thomas Cheeseman, Matt Poterba, Chris Shi, Dan Bartus.
Monetary Policy Students Advance to Final Round of Fed Challenge

Students in Hamilton's Monetary Policy class traveled to the New York Federal Reserve Bank on Nov. 16 and competed in the semi-final round of the Fed Challenge in the morning, advancing to the final round in the afternoon.  They were awarded an Honorable Mention for their performance overall and were recognized with a special award for "best teamwork."  More ...

<<First   <Back   15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24   Next>   Last>>