Alumni Virtual Events

Alumni Colleges

A special classic cocktail training with Campari CEO Bob Kunze-Concewitz ’88 and mixologists from Campari Academy, Campari America’s leading bartender school. (7/30/2020)
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. (7/21/2020)
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. (7/23/2020)
Stu Ingis ’93 and Jim Dinneen ’05 cover the latest policy, business, and technology trends as well as the rapid transformation of how consumers think about their personal data during these unprecedented times. (7/20/2020)
Susan Alice Bickford K’72 talks about the choices, tropes, and delights of genre fiction, and provide some insights into her thrillers. (7/13/2020)
Marc Randolph ’80, co-founder of Netflix & author of That Will NEVER Work: The Real-Life, Totally Improbable Story of Netflix’s Early Days. (6/30/2020)
Tom Booth ’06 shares his talent and skill as he leads attendees through a live illustration demonstration complete with storytelling. (6/29/2020)
A Kirkland poetry reading and discussion organized and led by Jo Pitkin K’78, featuring Nin Andrews ’80, Nina Bogin K’74, Doris Low K’78, and Jane Summer K’76. (6/23/2020)
Cook with Elizabeth Starnes Palmer Califano ’11 as she prepares a summery recipe that’s healthy, and uses ingredients you have on hand. (6/16/2020)
Join Jonathan Rick ’05, D.C. communication consultant, and learn how to win clients and influence colleagues. (6/15/2020)
Organization and design professionals Avery Amante ’00, Jessie Sheehan ’00, and Carol Lang ’00 share ideas and tips. (6/11/2020)
Kevin O’Donnell ’89 discusses the reinsurance industry and how it helps us understand significant challenges. (6/10/2020)
Join home baker Amy Carew Merin ’89 as she demonstrates how to make seasonal fruit pies. (6/5/2020)
Join leadership coach Martha Freymann Miser K’75 in a dialogue about how to build strong teams during this tumultuous time. (6/3/2020)
Career strategists Evie Scoville ’85, Warren White ’92, and Ken Mattsson ’87 share guidance on navigating career steps. (5/27/2020)
A discussion of the science of soap and a demonstration of soap making. (5/26/2020)

A discussion about health and humanitarian efforts in Rwanda, South Africa, and Nigeria. (5/22/2020)
Samantha Koss ’95 will teach you the easiest one-bowl yeast bread recipe. (5/21/2020)
A Kirkland poetry reading and discussion led by Jo Pitkin K’78. (5/21/2020)
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, discusses how to identify opportunities. (5/13/2020)
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

Christian Goodwillie leads a bizarre journey through 2000 years of manuscripts, books, ephemera, and artifacts from the collections of Burke Library. (7/16/2020)
A farmer, a chef, and an area expert discuss how the local food system is handling the stresses caused by the pandemic. Moderated by Professor Stephen Ellingson. (7/14/2020)
Professor of Music Lydia Hamessley will discuss Dolly Parton’s career and several of her songs. (6/17/2020)
A special event hosted by Carol Friscia K’77 to honor Bruce and all that he’s done for his scores of students over these many years. (6/4/2020)
A virtual lunchtime visit and an update on Hamilton College athletics with Director of Athletics Jon Hind ’80. (5/28/2020)
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

Hamilton Career Network presents an interactive discussion with Professor Alan Cafruny on The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson. (7/29/2020)
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 a.m.-4 p.m.
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