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SAVE THE DATES: June 9–12, 2022

Reunions ’21 Postponed

We’ll welcome not one, not two, but THREE reunion cohorts to celebrate together in 2022. Imagine spending the weekend with three out of four classes that shared campus with you!

These events are open to all alumni, parents, and friends. There also are regional alumni associations that provide opportunities to organize additional activities.

Whisky Tasting for the ’80s

4/22/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Calling all ’80s alumni! A representative from George A. Dickel & Co., will be providing a virtual whisky tasting for all of the ’80s classes - brought to you by the Class of 1980. Come sip along with us!

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Theatre on Pause with Rachel Weinstein ’93, Rachael Wilkin ’18, Lindsey Pearlman ’08, Michael Breslin ’13, and Professor Mark Cryer

4/29/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

On March 12, 2020, Broadway (and theatres across the country) shut its doors as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. One year later, theatre is still on an extended “intermission” with no reopening yet in sight. 

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Cultural Diplomacy with Ned Walker ’62

4/29/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join Ned Walker ’62, the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory Emeritus, for a discussion on "Cultural Diplomacy," informed by his expertise and interest in Middle Eastern affairs. 

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Connectivity in a Box with Carolyn Kossow ’17, Ondine Jean-Baptiste ’17, Valerie McGowan ’10, Andy Horton ’66, and Scott Nussbaum ’02

5/4/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

This past year, the COVID-19 pandemic changed the landscape in which creatives and companies connect with their audiences. As the world transitioned to virtual and digital, people began to connect with each other and brands through new and creative ways. Join HCN for a panel discussion featuring Carolyn Kossow ’17, Ondine Jean-Baptiste ’17, Valerie McGowan ’10, Andy Horton ’66, and Scott Nussbaum ’02, creatives from a variety of media and find out how they connect with audiences during and after the pandemic within the limitation of a "box!" We will discuss topics like social media, themes in modern and foreign film, contemporary and non-fungible token (NFT) art, and more. Additionally, the audience will have a chance to ask questions to our expert panelists after the discussion.

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Ryan Serhant ’06 & Real Estate: A Moderated Conversation with Spenser Heller ’17

5/5/2021, 5:30 PM VIRTUAL

Join us for a discussion with Ryan on all things Hamilton and real estate, including Ryan's experience on the Hill, tips for employment search, and the current state of the real sstate industry in a COVID-19 world. The discussion will be followed by a Q&A with Ryan and the audience.

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American Identity: An Omni-American Alternative with Greg Thomas ’85

5/6/2021, 7:30 PM VIRTUAL

Join Greg Thomas ’85 for a discussion of the civic themes in his mentor Albert Murray's book, The Omni-Americans: Black Experience and American Culture. Greg will explore the rich diversity of our nation and the ethnic, regional, and ideological pluralism that results in conflicts that have recently turned violent.

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The Gamification of Communication: A Session with Curiosity Lab Founder and CEO Michael Tennant ’04

5/7/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Hamilton Career Network Virtual Event

The best professional communications practices, even before COVID, went beyond articulating strategy, updates, and profit and loss statements. Helping colleagues stay aligned, engaged, and connected, as reports from McKinsey and PwC have shown, improve performance, reduce attrition, and increase ROE — and that job tends to fall to the communications team. In a post-COVID world of distancing and remote interaction, how can we stay connected? Join Hamilton alumnus and visionary Michael Tennant '04 as he walks us through how we can stay connected and build empathy virtually and within our groups through an apparently simple game of cards that he has created. Those in attendance for this event will be entered into a raffle to win an Actually Curious card game.

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Arboretum Association Talk with Landscape Designer Jan Johnsen

5/8/2021, 10:00 AM VIRTUAL

In her presentation, The Spirit of Stone, Jan shares creative and practical ways to use natural stone in the garden, from rock gardens to dry streams, and as benches, art, paths, and more.

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A New Look at Evidence of Glacial Retreat in the Upper Mohawk Valley Region Using LiDAR Images with Bob Allers ’74

5/11/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Bob Allers ’74 will present a program on the Glacial Geology in Oneida, Madison, and Herkimer Counties as seen in LiDAR Images. During the past year, Bob had a chance to interact with an upper-level geoscience class at Hamilton College and to learn a bit about GIS (Global Information Systems) and LiDAR imaging.

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Right/Wrong, How Technology Transforms Our Ethics: A Conversation with John Werner ’92 and Juan Enriquez

5/12/2021, 7:30 PM VIRTUAL

Please join as venture investor John Werner ’92 speaks with long-time friend and collaborator Juan Enriquez about Juan's book, Right/Wrong, How Technology Transforms Our Ethics.

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Changing the Name of the Game - Driving Economic & Social Change in Financial Services

5/14/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Please join HCN for a panel discussion with alumni driving critical economic and social change in financial services. Nancy Rosenzweig '82 and Diana Van Maasdijk '93 will discuss their respective career paths, and how to make a positive impact through capital markets, investing, and social enterprise.


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50th Forum: Higher Education in an Age of Smarter Machines with Gene Roche ’71

5/18/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

H.G. Wells warned that “civilization is in a race between education and catastrophe” – a warning that seems even more urgent today than it was a century ago. What do citizens need to know about artificial intelligence and robotics to participate effectively in this new age?

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A Conversation with New York Times bestselling author Mark Sullivan ’80

5/18/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join acclaimed author Mark Sullivan ’80 for an evening of literature, adventure, and reminiscences. 

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Celebrating Dan Chambliss

5/19/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

After 40 years of teaching at Hamilton College, Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology Dan Chambliss is retiring! Join alumni, current students, and members of the Chambliss fan club for this special event. We will share stories and memories, while we raise a glass to honor and celebrate all that he’s done for scores of students during his career.

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Sustainable Investing with David Blood ’81

6/12/2021, 2:00 PM VIRTUAL

David Blood ’81, co-founder and Senior Partner of Generation Investment Management, will discuss the development of sustainable investing and explain the long-term commercial and societal benefits of this approach.

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