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Emerson Summer Research Grants Awarded to 28 Students

Twenty-eight Hamilton students have been named recipients of the 2010 Emerson Summer Grants. The students receive a stipend and spend the summer working collaboratively with a Hamilton faculty member, researching an area of interest.  More ...

Geoscience seniors Lisa Feuerstein, Leila Malcom and Megan Fung in Baltimore.
Geosciences Seniors Present Posters at Baltimore Meeting
Lisa Feuerstein ’10, Leila Malcom ’10, and Megan Fung ’10 presented posters at the Northeastern/Southeastern Geological Society of America Joint Section Meeting held in Baltimore on March 15. All three were in the Geologic Education and History session of the conference. More ...
The Levitt Center is housed in KJ.
11 Students Awarded Levitt Summer Research Fellowships

Eleven Hamilton students have been awarded Levitt Summer Research Fellowships for 2010. The students receive a stipend and spend 10 weeks in the summer working intensively with a faculty mentor. Among this year’s projects are a study of U.S. auto industry reform, contraception in Rwanda, and the changing state capacity of post-Communist states.  More ...

Clinton Elementary School students with John Lofrese '10.
Chinese Majors Provide Elementary Language Education Through BOCES Program
Throughout the spring semester, students of Chinese 495 Language Practicum are participating in a BOCES-sponsored program that supports Chinese language instruction in local schools. The program, which collaborates with the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison Board of Cooperative Educational Services, is funded through a U.S. Department of Education Foreign Language Assistance Program (FLAP) grant. More ...
"Lioness at Sunset" by Calvin Johnson '10.
Worldview Photo Contest Winners Announced
Six Hamilton students were honored for their photography in the fourth annual Worldview Photo Contest, which challenges students studying abroad to capture unique images of their surroundings. More ...
16 Seniors Elected to Phi Beta Kappa
Sixteen Hamilton seniors were elected to the Epsilon chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's oldest honor society, in March.
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Garrett Armbruster '10
Garrett Armbruster ’10 Presents at Northeastern Storm Conference Meeting
Garrett Armbruster ’10 presented a poster titled “ Forecasting Lake Effect Precipitation for Upstate New York” at the 35th Annual Northeastern Storm Conference held in Saratoga, N.Y., on March 6. The American Meteorological Society, the National Weather Service, and Lyndon State College sponsored the conference. The work Armbruster presented was based on his senior thesis with Prof. Cynthia Domack in the Hamilton College Geosciences Department and an internship with meteorologist Adam Musyt at WKTV, Utica. More ...
Hamilton students and faculty in Ottawa.
French Classes Visit Ottawa
Five students and three French faculty members spent the weekend of March 5-7 exploring Ottawa, the Canadian capital. The group was led by Visiting Assistant Professor of French Julie Kruidenier Tolliver '02, a native of the Ottawa region. The students and faculty experienced the distinctive character of a bilingual city situated at the juncture of anglophone Ontario and francophone Quebec. More ...
An ASB group from last year's trip to South Carolina was featured on a local TV station.
Alternative Spring Breakers Hit the Road to Volunteer

While many undergraduates head home or to balmy beach resorts to rest up after grueling midterms, 98 Hamilton students will drive south to volunteer at nonprofit organizations in nine cities during Spring Break, March 13-28. This year marks Hamilton's 17th Alternative Spring Break (ASB), an annual volunteer venture that consists of nine different community service trips to non-profit organizations in the south.  More ...

New York City program students at the Metropolitan Opera House.
A Night at the Opera for NYC Program Students
Students participating in the NYC program enjoyed a performance of Puccini’s La Boheme at the Metropolitan Opera House in Manhattan on Feb. 20. This was the first experience at the opera for many students in the program and they were captivated by the storyline, the beauty of the music, and the grandeur of the sets. More ...
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