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Sarah Perdomo '12
Sarah Perdomo '12 Interning at ArtCenter/South Florida Summer Program
ArtCenter/South Florida (ACSF), located in Miami Beach, describes itself as “an access point for artists, curators, and visitors alike. ACSF is a major cultural institution that offers the community exhibitions for up-and-coming visual artists and educational programs in a wide variety of media for many different age groups and skill levels. This summer, Hamilton’s Sarah Perdomo ’12 will be joining the ArtCenter/South Florida team as a teaching assistant at one of the institution’s summer education programs. More ...
Spencer Gulbronson '12
Spencer Gulbronson ’12 Helps Students Enhance Their Digital Security
Facebook is one of the Internet’s most popular phenomena; the site already has more than 400 million active users, and an average of 374,000 new people join every day. But users may not realize that putting a lot of their personal information on Facebook could leave them open to identity theft and other security issues. Working under Associate Professor of Computer Science Mark Bailey, Spencer Gulbronson ’12 is creating exercises to inform college students about security threats that could put their most essential information at risk. More ...
New York program students with Princeton Professor Peter Singer.
New York City Program Students Talk Bioethics with Princeton Professor
Students in Hamilton's New York City Program wrapped up their semester with dinner and conversation with Peter Singer, the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University, and laureate professor at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE), University of Melbourne. More ...
Lauren Duncan '10 scales the Bruce Climbing Wall.
Lauren Duncan ’10 Gives the Climbing Wall a Hand
For outdoor enthusiasts, few things are as appealing and exciting as biking, hiking and rock climbing. All three of these require physical strength and substantial amounts of movement. But on the Bruce Climbing Wall in Hamilton’s Blood Fitness Center, climbers are lent a helping hand—literally. In conjunction with Art 307, Advanced 3D and Material Studies, under Assistant Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh, environmental studies major Lauren Duncan ’10 created hand-shaped climbing wall holds that are not only artistic and significant, but also functional. She calls her project “LED by hand.” More ...
Steve Mello '11
Contraception in Rwanda is Topic of Levitt Fellow Research
Among the myriad problems facing Rwanda, population control is one of the most urgent. A 2000 Demographic and Health Survey found that only 4 percent of women in Rwanda were using contraception. This low percentage gives rise to several problems, including high infant and mother death rates. With his summer Levitt Fellowship research, Steve Mello ’11 is examining data from two demographic and health surveys to see whether an increase in contraception leads to healthier children. More ...
Juancho Hurtado '11 cooks up a meal at the Co-op.
Woollcott Co-op Offers Unique Living Option
Hamilton students have the choice of a wide variety of living situations. From dark side suites to spacious Carnegie and South quads to Griffin Road apartments, living options are as diverse as the student body. Of all the many housing options offered at Hamilton, probably the least known about is the Woollcott Cooperative (colloquially referred to as the co-op). In high demand among upperclassmen, the co-op option offers a unique Hamilton living and dining experience. More ...
Annie Hudson at the Albert Einstein Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Levitt Fellow Annie Hudson ’12 Studying State-Building in Balkans
The Balkan states are marked by great ethnic pride and nationalism. Ethnic tensions have stirred conflict on the Balkan Peninsula for thousands of years, and in the age of globalism, defining an ethnic and nationalistic identity is of increasing importance for the Balkan countries. This summer, Annie Hudson ’12 will travel to and conduct research in Kosovo, Serbia and Macedonia to study national cohesiveness and state-building. More ...
Leide Cabral '11 and Denise Ghartey '12 at the VSU STEM Conference.
The Young People's Project Leaders Present at Virginia State
Leide Cabral ’11, Denise Ghartey ’12 and Hector Acevedo ’08 presented at the K-16 Model of Minority STEM Education: Innovations in Pedagogy and Approach Conference hosted in April at Virginia State University with funding from the National Science Foundation. The student leaders of The Young People’s Project at Hamilton College (YPP@HC) joined Maisha Moses, The Young People’s Project national board member and daughter of Robert Moses ’56. More ...
Edward S. Walker '62 and Max Currier '10
2010 Edition of Insights Published
The spring 2010 edition of Insights, the journal that features the best of undergraduate social science research papers at Hamilton, has been published by the Levitt Center. Edited and refereed by students and Associate Professor of Government P. Gary Wyckoff, Insights features articles by J. Max Currier '10, Lauren Howe '13, Richard Maass '12 and Julie Melowsky '11. More ...
Members of the Class of 2010 elected to Sigma Xi.
Sigma Xi Elects 25 New Members
The Hamilton College chapter of Sigma Xi, the scientific research society, elected 22 students to associate membership and three faculty to full membership on May 10. Two alumni who were elected to associate membership at the time of their commencement were promoted to full membership. More ...
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