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Ernest Williams
Williams, Reynolds and Oerlemans Co-Author Book Chapter
A book with a chapter coauthored by Hamilton faculty Ernest Williams, Patrick Reynolds and Onno Oerlemans has been published by the University of Iowa Press. The chapter, “Interdisciplinary Teaching about the Adirondacks,” appears in Nature and Culture in the Northern Forest, (edited by Pavel Cenkl, 2010). More ...
Debra Boutin
Boutin Gives Colloquium at Center for Communication Research
Associate Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin presented a colloquium at the Institute for Defense Analyses, Center for Communication Research, in Princeton, N.J., in February. More ...
Jane Springer
Springer Publishes Poems in Two Journals
Visiting Assistant Professor of English Jane Springer has had three new poems published in The Cincinnati Review and The Southern Review. Her poems are titled "Whiskey Pastoral," "Snow Angel," and "Murder Ballad." More ...
Barbara Tewksbury
Tewksbury and Colleagues Awarded National Prize for Online Teaching Resources Web Site
Barbara Tewksbury, the Upson Chair for Public Discourse and Professor of Geosciences, is part of a team that has won a national award for a web site that they have developed over the past eight years to improve undergraduate geoscience education. The Web site On the Cutting Edge: Professional Development for Geoscience Faculty, has been awarded the 2009 Science Prize for Online Resources in Education (SPORE) by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and Science magazine. More ...
Masaaki Kamiya
Kamiya Serves on Selection Panel for Critical Language Scholarship
Masaaki Kamiya, associate professor of East Languages and Literatures, recently served on a panel to select 30 recipients for the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program at the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC). The CLS Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State and provides fully funded intensive summer institutes for U.S. undergraduate and graduate students to participate in group language programs overseas. More ...
Ted Lehmann
Lehmann Presents Paper at ISA Annual Meeting
Assistant Professor of Government Ted Lehmann delivered a paper, "Oil and American Hegemonic Decline," to the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, held in New Orleans, Feb. 17-20. The paper examined contending theories and arguments regarding America's relative power in the world, and oil's importance in the decline of U.S. economic and military power. More ...
"Cauliflower, 2006"
Almanas Photo Featured in Gastronomica
A photograph by Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Kathryn Parker Almanas was featured in the Winter 2010 issue of Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture. The photo,   "Cauliflower, 2006," was published within a supplementary section that features the work of 17 contemporary artists. More ...
Todd Franklin
Franklin Presents Paper at Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy
A. Todd Franklin, associate professor of philosophy, presented a paper at a New York City meeting of the Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy on Feb. 21. Franklin’s paper, titled "Black Subjectivity and the Significance of Voice," focused on the role of various expressions of voice in relation to the consciousness and agency of black youth. More ...
Joe Urgo
Urgo Named President of St. Mary's College of Maryland
The following announcement was sent to the campus community by President Joan Stewart on Monday, Feb. 22, at 12:15 p.m. It is with very mixed feelings that I write to say that Vice President and Dean of Faculty Joe Urgo has been named president of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, effective July 1. More ...
Joseph Mwantuali
Mwantuali Lectures at Mount Holyoke
Associate Professor of French Joseph Mwantuali gave an invited lecture at Mount Holyoke College on Feb. 18, titled “The Congo in the Colonial Imagination and the Response of the Congolese National Literature.” He discussed a range of topics including history and politics of colonization in the Congo and their relation to the present tragedy and the responses of the Congolese artists and writers. More ...
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