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Events


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

Saving Local Food Amidst the Global Pandemic a panel discussion moderated by Professor Stephen Ellingson

7/14/2020, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

The COVID-19 pandemic is already destabilizing the nation's food supply.  Some reports suggest that local farmers are stepping in to fill gaps in the supply, while others suggest that local farmers and others dependent on local food face equally uncertain futures. 

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Saved from the Rubbish Heap: Teaching with Accidental Treasures

7/16/2020, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Please join the Director and Curator of Special Collections and Archives Christian Goodwillie for a bizarre journey through 2000 years of manuscripts, books, ephemera, and artifacts from the collections of Burke Library! We’ll start with papyrus and end with a tape measure!

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La Vanguardia Career Day

7/18/2020, 4:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join La Vanguardia alumni and students for a virtual Career Day!

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COVID-19: Privacy Tensions and Data Security Unease

7/20/2020, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Hamilton Career Network Virtual Event

Join us as Stu Ingis ’93, chairman, Venable LLP, and Jim Dinneen ’05, chief operating officer, Advanced Cyber Security Center, cover the latest policy, business, and technology trends as well as the rapid transformation of how consumers think about the use and security of their personal data during these unprecedented times.

 

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Social Distancing in the Garden: A Thoughtful Approach to Understanding and Appreciating Landscape Design with Scott Brinitzer ’85

7/21/2020, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

For those of us still confined to our homes and getting reacquainted with our own backyards, Scott Brinitzer ’85 presents a thoughtful approach to landscapes.

Over the past 33 years, Scott Brinitzer Design Associates has developed a Landscape Architecture practice that specializes in creating elegant, sophisticated gardens that meet clients' practical and aesthetic needs.

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Stories to Spark Conversation with Julie Saslow Winkler ’94

7/22/2020, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join Julie Saslow Winkler ’94 as she shares her favorite stories for kids of all ages.  An English language arts teacher and a former children's bookstore owner, Julie started doing online storytimes at the beginning of the coronavirus lockdown, with hopes of giving kids (and herself) the comfort of stories. 

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From Grape to Glass with Jessica Mozeico ’95 and Arthur Kalita ’71

7/23/2020, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join Jessica Mozeico ’95 and Arthur Kalita ’71 to learn how an Oregon winemaker and a vineyard owner have collaborated since 2004 to produce award-winning Pinot Noir, the signature wine grape of Oregon.

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Equity and Inclusion Committee Open House

7/28/2020VIRTUAL

Equity and Inclusion Committee Open House

More details coming soon!

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HCN Government & Law Book Club

7/29/2020, 6:00 PM VIRTUAL

Hamilton Career Network Virtual Event

Join us for an interactive discussion with Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Relations Alan Cafruny on The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson.  The Splendid and the Vile is an in-depth account of Winston Churchill's leadership during Germany's Blitz of London.  Professor Cafruny will moderate a discussion on key themes from the book, Churchill and Great Britain during World War II, the book's applicability to modern day domestic and international politics, and leadership in a time of crisis.

 

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Classic Cocktails Masterclass with Bob Kunze-Concewitz ’88 and the Campari Academy

7/30/2020, 4:00 PM VIRTUAL

Have you ever wondered how to make cocktails like a professional mixologist? Wonder no longer as you embark on a truly special classic cocktail training. We will be joined by Campari CEO, Bob Kunze-Concewitz ’88 and mixologists from Campari Academy, Campari America’s leading bartender school.

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Mathematics for Human Flourishing -- a book discussion for troubled times with Professor Courtney Gibbons

8/4/2020, 4:30 PM VIRTUAL

Whether it's been a few days or decades since you last connected with your joy for mathematics, Francis Su's book, Mathematics for Human Flourishing, will speak to you.

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Contact Tracing in the Age of COVID: How a Routine Day Job Turned into a Pandemic Necessity with Eddie Ajaeb ’11 and Scott Allocco ’82

8/10/2020, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Please join Eddie Ajaeb ’11 and Scott Allocco ’82 for a discussion about contact tracing during the Coronavirus pandemic. Why is it important? How is it done and how is it working? What are the logistical and technological challenges? Eddie and Scott will answer these questions and more!

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Songs of the Suffragists with Laura Engelhardt ’95 sponsored by the Women's Leadership Committee

8/11/2020, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join author Laura Engelhardt ’95 as she shares her book Songs of the Suffragists, a narration of the history of American feminism from the 19th Century through the modern era.

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HCN Book Club: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

8/12/2020, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Hamilton Career Network Virtual Event

Join us for an interactive discussion with Assistant Professor of Biology Natalie Nannas on The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot.

More details soon!

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Direct questions to the Office of Alumni Relations
866-729-0319 or hamily@hamilton.edu

Introducing Snap Internships

Introducing Snap Internships


Snap internships are short-term, remote positions for specific projects or tasks. Remote Snap internships can take place at any point throughout the year, dramatically increasing the number of opportunities for students to acquire career-related knowledge and experience. The Career Center is posting internships now to meet the immediate needs of students.

Contact Information


Office of Alumni and Parent Relations

866-729-0319 hamily@hamilton.edu
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