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Tyler Lovejoy '16 left, with a soon-to-be graduate from the Trade Institute who has since landed a job.
Building a Workforce From the Ground Up

Tyler Lovejoy ’16 is interning this summer at a small startup restaurant in Pittsburgh with a unique approach to workforce hiring: a completely free job training program that “will introduce participants to the urban agriculture, world class culinary/restaurant experience and skills necessary to excel in these fields.” He is  a workforce development advisor to Kevin Sousa, the owner and operator of the Superior Motors restaurant.  More ...

Elizabeth Lvov '17 with Blacka di Danca, a well-known dancer who has performed in music videos and in shows in Times Square on New Years Eve.
Elizabeth Lvov ’17 Explores Female Identity Through Stories and Dance

Elizabeth Lvov ’17 is exploring the crossroads between women’s studies, cultural studies, creative writing and dance this summer through the lens of her comparative literature major in an Emerson Grant project titled “The Embodiment of Music: A Creative Exploration of Female Identity Through Stories and Dance.” Lvov is working with faculty advisor Visiting Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies Joyce Barry.  More ...

Matt Cartwright '83 and Max Flath '16 in Cartwright's Washington, D.C. office.
A Traffic Jam, A Bumper Sticker, An Internship

Max Flath ’16 is getting an inside look into the workings of our political system this summer as an intern in the office of Congressman Matt Cartwright ’83 (D-PA-17). Though internships on Capitol Hill are not uncommon, the manner by which Flath acquired his internship stands out as unique and reinforces the power of  Hamilton connections.  More ...

Corinne Smith '17
Corinne Smith ’17 Addresses Sexual Assault on Campuses

Sexual assault is a significant problem on college campuses. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are sexually assaulted while they are in college. This summer, Corinne Smith ’17 is using a Levitt Summer Research Fellowship to assess sexual violence at Hamilton.  More ...

Elza Harb '18 at work in the  District Office of Congressman Mike Quigley (IL-05) in Chicago.
Elza Harb ’18 Sets Sights on Government as Congressional Office Intern

Elza Harb ’18 hasn’t yet declared her prospective major in government, but she’s getting a strong start along that path with an internship this summer in the district office of Congressman Mike Quigley (IL-05) in Chicago. Harb’s internship with Quigley’s office is funded through Hamilton’s First Year Forward program.   More ...

Shannon Boley '17, right, at Nandamala Buddhist temple in Utica with Ko Salla the monk there.
Shannon Boley ’17 Examines Religious Lives of Utica Refugees

At Hamilton, research into how the city of Utica and its flourishing refugee population affect one another has been going on for over a decade. This summer Shannon Boley ’17 and Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies Brent Plate are studying the religious life of refugees in Utica as part of Harvard’s prestigious Pluralism Project.  More ...

John Rufo '16 reads at Bowery Poetry Club.
The Politics of Poetry

John Rufo ’16 is taking poetry beyond the personal and into the political this summer with an Emerson project titled “Hybrid Forms, Hybrid Voices: A Creative Study of Contemporary Political Poetics.”  More ...

Marquis Palmer 18, right, discusses his Emerson project with his advisor Professor Rick Werner.
Marquis Palmer ’18 Examining #BlackLivesMatter Movement

This summer, Marquis Palmer ’18 is exploring conceptual frameworks with the potential to contribute to the recent #BlackLivesMatter movement, focusing primarily on an unexpected and popularly misunderstood school of thought — anarchism. His research is an Emerson project under the direction of John Stewart Kennedy Professor of Philosophy Richard Werner.  More ...

 Rachel Beamish '16 poses in front of Greek temples while studying abroad in Rome.
Ancient Mythology Is New Again in Rachel Beamish ’16 Emerson Project

Classic mythology originated thousands of years ago, yet it still resonates with audiences today. With an Emerson Foundation grant, Rachel Beamish ’16 is examining adaptations of classical and Egyptian mythology within modern young adult novels. She is working with Professor of Africana Studies and Classics Shelley Haley to examine how contemporary novels adapt classical mythology to 21st century American culture.  More ...

Mykhailo Antoniv '17 at Grand Central Tech.
Mykhailo Antoniv ’17 Entrenched in Tech in Dual Internship

Mykhailo Antoniv ’17 is making the most of his computer science major this summer in an internship with Grand Central Tech, a startup accelerator headquartered in New York City. Through his work with GCT, Antoniv is also acting as an intern at Backtrace, an error debugging platform for native applications. His endeavors this summer are supported by the Class of 2006 Fund, managed through Hamilton’s Career and Life Outcomes Center.  More ...

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