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Student and Faculty Author Article in Journal of Archaeological Science
Heather Otis '10, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Nathan Goodale, and Ken Bart, director of the microscopy and imaging facility, published an article, "Sickle blade life history and the transition to agriculture: A case study from Southwest Asia," in the Journal of Archaeological Science. The article appeared online on Dec. 21 and will be published in the March issue of the journal. The study examines the importance of sickle technology during the transition to agriculture in the Middle East at an early Neolithic community occupied circa 11,500 years ago in Jordan. More ...
Will Eagan '11
Will Eagan '11 Presents at AAS
Will Eagan '11 presented a poster at the 215th meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 4. The annual meeting of the AAS is the main conference for professional astronomers in North America. Eagan's poster was titled "Comparison of Properties of High- and Low-Redshift Ultra-luminous Infrared Galaxies." It resulted from research he conducted last summer in collaboration with Assistant Professor of Physics Natalia Connolly and Dr. Brian Connolly, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania and scholar-in-residence at Hamilton.
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Seated from left, Wai Yee Poon, Sofia Guerron, Caitlin Lavin, Haley Riemer-Peltz. Standing: Galia Slayen, Kate Harloe, Lilly Gillespie.
Inaugural Kirkland College Scholars Selected
Ten students have been named the inaugural Kirkland College Scholars at Hamilton College. The new scholarship recognizes students who demonstrate a commitment to the needs and interests of women. It perpetuates the legacy of Kirkland College, which was the women’s college, coordinate with Hamilton, from 1968 to 1978. More ...
Katrina Rabeler '12 and Chip Sinton '13, students in GOVT 202, at the end-of-semester party with Sedin Vukovic.
Hamilton Students and Young Refugees Share Experiences Through Class
This past fall semester, seven Hamilton students participated in the Government 202 quarter-credit service learning course titled “Immigrants and Refugees in the U.S.” taught by former Levitt Center Associate Director for Community Research Judith Owens-Manley. The course met once a week to discuss refugee resettlement experiences, policies and procedures, especially those specifically related to local Utica’s large refugee population. More ...
Sujitha Amalanayagam '10
Sujitha Amalanayagam ’10 Co-Authors Article
Sujitha Amalanayagam ’10 co-authored an article published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (12/09). The article is titled “Epinephrine treatments is infrequent and biphasic reactions are rare in food-induced reactions during oral food challenges in children.” Among the other co-authors is Hugh A. Sampson ’71, chief of the Division of Allergy & Immunology in the Department of Pediatrics, director of the Jaffe Food Allergy Institute, and dean of Translational Biomedical Science at The Mount Sinai Medical Center. More ...
Some of the 90 pounds of items collected in the Mini Cram & Scram.
Mini Cram & Scram Nets Food, Reuse Items

Eight students from the Recycling Task Force and the Cram & Scram crews collected reused items and food during exam week in the mini-scram campaign. About 90 pounds of food, clothing, bedding, shoes and coats, small appliances and furniture were donated. The food will be added to that being collected at the Physical Plant for the Clark's Mills Food Pantry. The appliances and furniture are headed to the Utica Salvation Army, along with the reuse sneakers from the Fitness Center and the Athletic department.  More ...

Hamilton's Math Literacy Workers.
Young People's Project Equates Math With Leadership
The Young People's Project at Hamilton College hosted its first semi-annual math tournament on Saturday, Dec. 5, in the Fillius Events Barn. Attendees included 24 students whom the organization works with at Donovan Middle School in Utica. More ...
Program in Washington students visited the Pentagon and met with Fred Shear '03.
Washington Program Visits Pentagon
On December 9, students from the Washington Program met with Fred Shear ’03 at the Pentagon. A staff writer for Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Shear briefed the students on the organization and operation of the military command. Students then toured the 3,705,793 square foot building that has 17.5 miles of corridors and 23,000 employees, military and civilian. The group also visited the Pentagon Memorial honoring the 184 people whose lives were lost on September 11, 2001. More ...
Kristen Scherb '13, Jeremy Brendle '13, Andrew Menges '12, Adam Vorchheimer '11.
Debate Society Competes at Fordham
The Hamilton Debate Society competed at the 27th Annual Fordham Debate Tournament, held at Fordham University in the Bronx on Nov. 27-29. Adam Vorchheimer ’11 and Andrew Menges ’12 competed together, as did Jeremy Brendle ’13 and Kristin Scherb ’13. More ...
Angela Sanchez '12, Kate Harloe '12 and Corinne Bancroft '10.
Border Issues to be Examined in New Course
Strange, but exciting. That’s how Kate Harloe ’12 described the somewhat unusual academic pursuit that she and Corinne Bancroft ’10 took on this semester. Not only did Harloe and Bancroft propose a new interdisciplinary course for the upcoming spring semester, but they wrote the syllabus and recruited an enthusiastic team of faculty to teach it. The enterprise was strange due to its role-reversing nature, and exciting in that the students assumed a new involvement in their education. More ...
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