05BF5C3D-FE25-CDD2-D0B43F36A4F6028E
15F328E9-0287-A0D8-FDE517CB347CB61F
Public Events
Public Events Calendar >>

RSS Feed       

Media Relations
315-859-4680

Students  RSS Feed

111 to 120 out of 881

DK Lee '17 presented his work at the Northeast Regional Computing Program Conference in Providence, R.I.
DK Lee ’17 Presents at NERCOMP Conference

DK Lee ’17 presented at the 2016 Annual Northeast Regional Computing Program (NERCOMP) Conference in Providence, R.I., on March 23. The projects presented were developed throughout Lee’s year-long Instructional Technology Apprenticeship Program (ITAP) with Educational Technologist Benjamin Salzman ’14.  More ...

Denise Meza Reyes '16 and Patricia Taik '16.
Hands Across the Water

Student organization Global Outreach Hamilton, a part of the Community Outreach and Opportunity Project (COOP), took nine students and two faculty members to the Caribbean island of Nevis to work with the St. Kitts- and Nevis-based non-profit organization Operation Future during the second week of spring break. Emily Rubinstein '16, one of the trip's organizers, shares this reflection.  More ...

New York City Program students and Professor Dan Chambliss on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
NYC Program Tours Metropolitan Museum of Art

The students participating in Hamilton’s Program in New York City recently had the opportunity to tour the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  More ...

Hamilton App creators, from left, Sam Kotlov ’16, Katherine Droppa ’16, Noah Lowenthal ’16  and Chris Lee '16.
Students Create Hamilton Mobile App

“It’s a Google and two clicks to get to the [Bon Appétit] menu,” Chris Lee ’16 noted, “and that’s just annoying.” Lee, a computer science major, isn’t being lazy; he understands that in the age of smartphones, convenience often determines usefulness. With this in mind, the Hamilton Mobile App, available in both the App Store and Google Play Store, aims to “centralize information to one useful app for the benefit of students, alumni, faculty and staff.”  More ...

Hamilton Reads tutors for Westmoreland Elementary School.
Hamilton Reads...In Rome and Westmoreland

Hamilton Reads (previously America Reads) started anew this semester at two local schools, Westmoreland Elementary and Rome Elementary. The literacy organization is sponsored through the Community Opportunity and Outreach Project (COOP) and serves first, second, third and fourth grade students.  More ...

Justin Long '16
Justin Long ’16 Awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Thailand

Justin Long ’16 has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Thailand. Long, a linguistics interdisciplinary studies major, studied in Ecuador during his junior year.  More ...

Ramon Villalona and Rashveena Rajaram
NYC Trip Offers Taste of Positions in Finance

With graduation approaching, it may seem unusual that two senior economics majors have organized a trip to New York City for underclass students to meet with alumni executives at various financial institutions. Ramon Villalona and Rashveena Rajaram, co-presidents of Hamilton’s Finance Club, plan to expand their classmates’ vision of their career options  and assist them in making contacts  during this day-long event.   More ...

What's Coming Up at Hamilton?

Hamilton students are nearing the end of their spring break, but they’ll have plenty to look forward to when the spring semester resumes on March 28.  The college calendar is loaded with upcoming lectures, performances and events from now until the end of the semester. Take a look!  More ...

Arthur Williams '16
White House Calling

Anyone who doubts the significance of Hamilton students’ research should have a talk with Arthur Williams ’16. His summer research, focused on the impact of microfinance loans on Cuban entrepreneurship, attracted the attention of President Obama’s senior director for speech writing as the president prepared for his historic trip to the island nation this week. Williams, an international student from Jamaica, also presented that research at SUNY Binghamton, and he attended Nasdaq’s Cuba Opportunity Summit.  More ...

Participants reflecting on the leadership skills used to complete the Washington Challenge
Students Hone Leadership Skills in Levitt D.C. Program

Hamilton’s Levitt Leadership Institute (LLI) students spent their first week of spring break discovering how to be passionate, flexible and persistent in Washington, D.C. As organizers and participants in sessions with both governmental and non-profit organization leaders, they had the opportunity to demonstrate their newly acquired leadership skills.  More ...

<<First   <Back   8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17   Next>   Last>>
Cupola