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Braden Glover '18 with Pat Baldissard, education director at The Fells.
Working to Preserve A Historic Estate

Braden Glover ’18 is exploring whether a career connected to the environment might be right for him through his summer internship at the Fells, a private non-profit on the shores of Lake Sunapee in Newbury, N.H.  It’s located at the summer home of U.S. diplomat and statesman John Milton Hay, who served as a private secretary for President Lincoln and as Secretary of State under Theodore Roosevelt. Glover’s internship is supported by the Richard & Patsy Couper Fund, managed by the Career Center.  More ...

Kaia MIller '18
Kaia Miller ’18 Studying Immune Responses in Fruit Flies

This summer, Kaia Miller ’18 is working in the Silverman lab at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in the Division of Infectious Disease, studying the immune responses and pathways in Drosophila melanogaster (fruit flies). Her internship is supported by the Sandra Solomon Internship Fund, managed by the Career Center.  More ...

Kassandra Zaila '15 presented at The Allied Genetics Conference on July 14.
Zaila ’15 Presents Thesis Findings at Genetics Conference

Kassandra Zaila ’15 presented at The Allied Genetics Conference 2016 in Orlando, Fla., on July 14. She showcased her senior thesis findings in an oral presentation titled “Diversities of endosymbiotic Rickettsia in the fish parasite Ichthyophthirius multifiliis.”  More ...

Patricia O'Neill
O'Neill Participates in Digital Humanities Institute

Professor of English Emerita Patricia O'Neill presented her work on "Poetry and Computers" at the National Humanities Center in June. The week-long institute gathered scholars from the United States and Europe to review projects and methodologies in digital humanities  More ...

Sophie Gaulkin '17 in Iceland.
The Rocky Ethics of Geological Sampling

Rock coring is an important means of analysis for certain disciplines within geoscience. Unfortunately, it also destroys part of the very record it enables geologists to study. For this reason, geoscientists need a code of ethics to preserve the geological record as much as possible while conducting research. These codes do exist, but Sophia Gaulkin ’17 believes that they are insufficient. This summer, she is using an Emerson Grant to research the current state of the ethics of geological sampling and propose a new code of conduct.  More ...

Angel Pichardo,Suxian (Suzy) Lin,Katherine (Katie) Guzzetta, Abbas A. Khan.
Bio. Research Provides Cultural Experience Abroad

Biology majors Abbas Khan’18, Suxian (Suzy) Lin’18, and Angel Pichardo’17, along with biochemistry major Katherine (Katie) Guzzetta’18 spent the summer exploring the application of nanoparticles in biotechnology at the National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Taiwan. The research is under the supervision of Associate Professor of Biology Wei-Jen Chang and in collaboration with Professor Zung-Hang Wei’s mechanical engineering lab at NTHU. In addition to the academic challenge, the research group has described the experience as a cultural adventure.  More ...

Ben Mittman '18
Ben Mittman ’18 Interning at NECC

This summer, Ben Mittman ’18 is working at the New England Center for Children (NECC), a private, non-profit organization that accepts children with the most severe symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Mittman works at the main educational facility with other teachers, focusing on caring for the students and teaching them information and essential life skills that will help them become more independent and better transition into the community after graduation. His internship is supported by the Hamilton College Internship Fund, managed by the Career Center.  More ...

A Work that Crosses Boundaries

As a creative writing and archeology double major with a passion for art, Petra Elfström ’18 was able to combine her interests and put them into practice this summer through research funded by the Digital Humanities Initiatives (DHi). Elfström is making an educational film focusing on the archaeological practices of the Slocan Narrows Archaeological Project (SNAP). Elfström is advised by Associate Professor of Anthropology Nathan Goodale and Janet Simons, co-director of the DHi.  More ...

Alexander Hollister '17, Hersheena Rajaram '19 and Patrick McConnell '17.
Are Young Refugees Staying in Utica?

Thousands of refugees have arrived in Utica over the past couple decades. One thing that’s unclear however is how many refugees, particularly youth, choose to stay. This summer a Levitt Research Group is examining that question. Alexander Hollister ’17, Patrick McConnell ’19, and Hersheena Rajaram ’19, working with Professor of Economics Paul Hagstrom, are developing a survey for refugee youth in the Utica-Rome Metropolitan Statistical Area.  More ...

Senior class president Silvia Radulescu ’17 is an intern at the New York City Campaign Finance Board.
Political Proving Ground

What better internship could there be for Hamilton’s former Student Assembly president than working at the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB)? Silvia Radulescu ’17 is spending her summer at the non-partisan, independent city agency whose mission is to improve campaigns and elections in the city by reducing the potential for corruption.  Radulescu’s internship is supported by the Levitt Center.  More ...

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