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Richard Wenner '17, Erin Lewis '18 and David Dacres '18 presented at the ACS National Meeting.
Students Present at ACS National Meeting

David Dacres ’18, Erin Lewis ’18, Rich Wenner ’17 and Pat Marris ’16 presented the results of their research at the 251st American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting and Exposition held March 12-17 in San Diego.  More ...

Evelyn Torsher '17
U.S. State Dept. Awards Torsher ’17 Language Scholarship

Evelyn Torsher ’17 has been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) to study Arabic in Amman, Jordan.  She also received a CLS in 2015 and studied in Morocco.  More ...

The Taylor Science Center.
10 Female Students Funded for Science Research by Luce Foundation

Ten women participating in summer research in the Hamilton College Chemistry, Computer Science and Physics departments have been recognized as Clare Boothe Luce Undergraduate Research Scholars. Funded through a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation and matching funds from Hamilton College, these awards provide stipends and funding for equipment, supplies, and travel to encourage women to either begin or continue research projects in the three disciplines.  More ...

Hamilton President-elect David Wippman talks with students and alumni following the choir's performance in St. Paul, Minn. Caitlin McQuade '18 is at left and Mackenzie Leavenworth '15 is on the right.
Surprise Guest

Hamilton’s choir had a special guest when they performed in St. Paul on their spring tour last week. Hamilton President-elect David Wippman attended the performance. Wippman is currently dean of the University of Minnesota Law School and will become president of Hamilton on July 1.    More ...

Student Travels Put Hamilton on the Map

There’s just no one answer to the question: “What are Hamilton students doing over spring break?”  More ...

Ian Dunning '16 at the 41st annual Northeastern Storm Conference in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Ian Dunning ’16 Presents Research on 2014 Local Tornado

Ian T. Dunning ’16 presented a poster titled “A Deadly Tornado in Upstate New York:  The Smithfield Tornado of 2014” at the 41st Annual Northeastern Storm Conference held in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on March 4-6.    More ...

Students, faculty and organizers of the Global Volunteers service trip to Nevis with Ambassador Everson Hull.
History Meets Service on the Island of Nevis

A student service organization at Hamilton has big plans for Spring Break. Members will be volunteering with non-profit agencies on the Caribbean island of Nevis, birthplace of Alexander Hamilton, from March 19-26.  More ...

Tsion Tesfaye '16 talks about her plans to help those from her native Ethiopia during a discussion of the Transformational Leadership and Social Innovation Program.
Tesfaye ’16 to Present Youth for Ethiopia Project at CGI U

Tsion Tesfaye ’16 has been selected to present her Commitment to Action project “Youth for Ethiopia” in a skills building session at the 2016 Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) meeting that will be held April 1-3 at the University of California, Berkeley.  More ...

Hamilton College student Juliet Miller '18 tutors Thailand native May Say through Project SHINE.
Students Volunteer in Community Through SHINE, VITA

 Among the Levitt Center’s programs aimed at connecting Hamilton students with the Utica community are Project SHINE and VITA. SHINE (Students Helping in the Naturalization of Elders) is a service learning program in which Hamilton students tutor refugees and immigrants learning English. VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) offers free tax help to families who cannot prepare their own tax returns. Hamilton students become certified volunteer tax preparers through the IRS.  More ...

Students, Alumni Organize Animal Rescue Law Forum

The third annual Animal Rescue Law Forum, created by Kevan Cleary P’12 and continued with the support of Tami Aisenson K’75, P’12 will take place on Wednesday, March 16, in New York City. The forum brings together lawyers and animal rights activists from around the region to discuss current animal-related legal issues. This year, the organization lists its topics as “New York’s ‘Dangerous Dog’ law, animal cruelty prevention and rescuing migratory birds.”  More ...

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