Kirner-Johnson CommonsThe Kirner-Johnson Building — also known as KJ — houses the offices for faculty in the social sciences. It’s home to Hamilton’s highly regarded writing and oral communication centers, as well as the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center.
The building features a comfortable atrium popular with students, team rooms for working on group projects, and five tiered case-method classrooms with the latest technology to support teaching and learning.

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Research & Discovery

Whether it’s during the academic year or the summer, Hamilton students collaborate with professors on original research. Often their work results in articles published in peer-reviewed journals or in presentations at national conferences.

Matt Fiore ’24, Kimmie Johnson ’24, and Angela Escalante Zarco ’25 traveled to Romania for archaeological research.

Students and Faculty Travel the World for Summer Research

Hamilton faculty and students traveled the globe this summer, collaborating on research projects from the UK to Romania. See what some had to say about their research and travels.

Brian Hu '24

Hu ’24 Analyzes Effectiveness of Electric Vehicle Rebates

In 2016, the New York State government implemented a financial incentive program to make electric vehicles a more affordable choice and increase their adoption. Brian Hu ’24 spent his summer studying the effectiveness of this rebate program on electric vehicle adoption.

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