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Philip Klinkner
Klinkner Discusses Presidential Campaign

Philip Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government, presented “Baskets of Deplorables? Understanding Support for Donald Trump” at Hunter College on Sept. 28. He provided insight on this year’s presidential campaign based on his timely research on the role of racial resentment among Trump supporters.  More ...

Senior Laboratory Technician Rick Conrey examines a tray of melted samples just removed from the furnace at a temperature of 1800 F.
New XRF Lab Offers Chemical Analyses

In the field of geochemical analysis, Hamilton has done what few other small colleges have attempted. This year, an earth materials analytical instrument known as an x-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometer began operation within the Geosciences Department, enabling Hamilton and other academic institutions to have access to exceptionally high quality chemical data.    More ...

The Phelps Mountain climbers.
And Then There Were Five

More than 125 Hamilton students took to the High Peaks of the Adirondacks on Sept. 24 and 25 for the Outing Club’s (HOC) annual 46 Peaks Weekend. Beautiful weather and fall foliage made for a memorable trip, but ultimately logistical complications and strenuous trails resulted in five peaks going unsummited.  More ...

Derek Jones
Jones a Co-Author of Article in ILR Review

Derek Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, co-authored an article on the influence of employee involvement and financial participation on worker productivity, published recently in the journal Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) Review.  More ...

"Aperture: Gladiolus and Calypso" by Rebecca Murtaugh at Brooklyn's East Fourth Street Community Gardens.
Murtaugh’s Work Featured in Brooklyn Exhibitions

Associate Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh has work in two group exhibitions in Brooklyn and a piece in an upcoming hardback book. “Seeking Space: Making the Future” opens Friday, Sept. 30, at David and Schweitzer Contemporary.  More ...

From left: Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Rajinikanth Mohan, Annabel Sangree '18, Thomson Tai '17, Taylor Arnoff '17.
Team Collaborates on Plant Gene Research

Serine Hydroxymethyltransferase (SHM) genes are traditionally known for their role in metabolism. They catalyze the reaction that generates carbon essential for the production of amino acids and other metabolites.  While humans have two SMHs, the plant Arabidopsis has seven of them. This summer Annabel Sangree ’18, Thomson Tai ’17 and Taylor Arnoff ’17 looked at the roles these additional genes play.  More ...

Hamilton Reclaims Long Lake Regatta Cup

Eight paddlers from Hamilton College’s Marathon Canoe Racing team took part in the annual Long Lake Long Boat Regatta on Sept. 24.  The team reclaimed the cup this year, prevailing over reigning champions from Paul Smith’s College by a narrow 5-second margin.   More ...

Robert Knight
Knight’s Work on Display in Syracuse

Photos from In God’s House by Assistant Professor of Art Rob Knight will be featured in two exhibitions in Syracuse, N.Y., this fall. A three-year project, In God’s House examines the changing nature of structures used for ritual gatherings, focusing on religious spaces that represent a state of transition in some way.  More ...

Hamilton President David Wippman and Connecticut College professor David Kyuman Kim discuss global education.
Global Education in an Interconnected World

Hamilton played host to a conversation of critical importance on the nature of higher education as it relates to concepts of growing multiculturalism, inclusivity and difference, titled “Considering Global Education in an Interconnected World.” The Sept. 23 talk, the first keynote address of the Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Conference – the Global Liberal Arts in the 21st Century, featured Hamilton president David Wippman and David Kyuman Kim, an associate professor of religious studies and American studies at Connecticut College.  More ...

Year of the Party Crashers: Election 2016

Regardless of who wins the presidency in November 2016, the result will mark the culmination of a number of surprising and confusing issues. On Sept. 22 an expert panel engaged in a discussion of   issues ranging from the composition of the Supreme Court to the political parties’ power in selecting future presidential candidates.  More ...

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