Alumni Virtual Events

Alumni Colleges

Career strategists Evie Scoville ’85, Warren White ’92, and Ken Mattsson ’87 share guidance on navigating your next career step. (5/27/2020)
A discussion of the science of soap and a demonstration. Learn how to make your own soap with easy to find items. (5/26/2020)
Culinary Institute of America Pastry Chef Stephen Durfee ’85 demonstrates how to make a Chocolate Caramel Tart. (5/18/20)
Zumba is a fitness class that combines high energy and motivating international music with dance moves. (5/15/2020)
Thomas Tull ’92, founder of Legendary Entertainment and now chairman and CEO of Tulco, discusses how to identify opportunities when options seem limited. (5/13/2020)
No experience necessary — just come ready to create! She will walk you through the basics of shape, form, light, and shadow with exercises and demonstration. (5/12/2020)
Join journalist Edvige Jean-François ’90 as she shares her experiences covering challenging and uplifting stories. (5/6/2020)
Fostering community and benefiting from shared experiences, facilitated by Jazmin Gatto de Torres ’02 and Carrie Patch Knudsen ’02. (4/28/2020)
Steve Laycock ’08, director of East Coast sales for Ilegal Mezcal and a partner at Ducks Eatery, leads a discussion about tequila and mezcal. (4/23/2020)
Bob Fryklund ’80, vice president and chief strategist for the Upstream Energy Group at IHS Markit, talks about oil prices. (4/21/2020)
Political journalist Jessica Moulite ’14 offers her insights from reporting on COVID-19 and shares practices on how to stay informed. (4/14/2020)
Kimberly Farish Kandra ’93, owner of Kimmotion Pilates Studio, is offering an online Pilates mat class for the Hamilton Community. (4/10/2020)

Faculty & Staff Events

After nearly two decades, Phyllis Breland ’80 is retiring from Hamilton, and we’re celebrating her remarkable career. (5/15/2020)
Director of Annual Giving Fred Rogers P’22 — the College’s self-appointed cemetery “dean and docent” — presents an exploration of our ancient burying ground. (5/12/2020)
Marianne Janack, the John Stewart Kennedy Professor of Philosophy, discusses a place we have all become extremely familiar with during COVID-19 — home. (5/7/2020)
An illustrated talk and reading from Professor Isserman's latest book, The Winter Army: The World War II Odyssey of the 10th Mountain Division, America’s Elite Alpine Warriors. (4/20/2020)
A discussion with Vice President and Dean of Students Terry Martinez and Associate Dean of Students for Diversity and Inclusion Maria Genao-Homs. (4/20/2020)
Philip Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government, leads an online discussion of “pandemic politics” and the impact on 2020 elections. (4/16/2020)
Professor of Literature and Creative Writing Tina May Hall leads participants in a short journaling exercise to record thoughts and reactions to this chaotic, unusual time. (4/7/2020)

Hamilton Career Network Events

A panel of young alumni in finance and consulting discuss their career paths, what led them to pursue MBAs, and how they have used their post-grad education to pivot or advance. (5/20/20)
In virtual learning we are faced with new challenges including changing mediums and practices. Join a virtual round table with fellow Hamiltonians in the education field to discuss these issues. (5/14/2020)
Alumni in media entertainment discuss how they've been faring since the pandemic. Panelists include Keith Stichweh ’92, Charlotte Simons ’16, Jay Marsac ’92, and Abigail Homer ’16. (5/5/2020)
A Hamilton Career Network (HCN) discussion with public health experts and former or current government officials. Moderated by Michael O’Leary ’04. (4/29/2020)
A discussion of John Carreyrou’s Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup, an account of Elizabeth Holmes and the Theranos scandal. (4/15/2020)
Greg Wilson ’89 offers advice on using crisis communications skills to help protect and advance your organizational mission during the rapidly-evolving coronavirus crisis. (4/8/2020)

Contact Information

Office of Alumni Relations

Anderson-Connell Alumni Center
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323

Mon.-Fri.: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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