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Washington, DC GOLD Alumni Networking Reception: Alternative Careers for Lawyers
Distinguished Speakers: George Baker, Jr. (Hamilton ‘74) , Partner, Williams & Jensen, P.C., specializing in energy, environment and natural resources Emelie East (Trinity ’94) , Executive Vice President, McBee Strategic Consulting Nick Gess (Bowdoin ‘77), Bingham Consulting Group/Bingham McCutchen Notable Past Experiences: Former Associate Deputy Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice; Director, Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, U.S. Department of Justice. Diane Thompson (Vassar ‘73) , Development Officer, Pew Charitable Trust Notable Past Experiences: Former Partner at Foreman and Heidepriem; Chief of Staff for Senator Barbara Mikulksi; Counsel for National Organization for Women.. More ...
Washington, DC GOLD Alumni Networking Reception: Government with an International Focus
Thirteen schools have joined forces to bring together a broad base of alumni in Boston, New York City and Washington, DC for several evenings of career networking receptions. You will be able to mingle with others in your field, hear distinguished alumni speak about their careers, and make new connections. Alumni working in, affiliated with, or interested in the fields listed are welcome to attend. More ...
New York City GOLD Alumni Association Networking Reception: Not-for-Profit
Distinguished Speakers: George Khaldun (Bowdoin ‘73), Chief Operating Officer, Harlem Children’s Zone, Inc. Notable Past Experiences: Former Deputy to the President, Rheedlen Center for Children and Families Nina McNeely Diefenbach (Trinity ‘80), Deputy Vice President for External Affairs and Chief Development Officer, Metropolitan Museum of Art Notable Past Experiences: Degree in Arts Management from NYU. Muzzy Rosenblatt (Wesleyan ’87), Executive Director, Bowery Residents Committee Notable Past Experiences: Chief of Staff, NYC Homeless Services. Lorie Slutsky (Colgate ‘75), President, New York Community Trust Notable Past Experiences: Chairman of the Board, Council on Foundations; Vice Chairman, The Foundation Center. Please R.S.V.P. today by calling the Office of Alumni Programs toll-free at 866.729.0314 or emailing Jackie Thompson at jdthomps@hamilton.edu. Space is limited and no walk-in or on-site registrations will be accepted. More ...
New York City GOLD Alumni Association Networking Reception: Sports Management
New York City GOLD Alumni Networking Reception: Sports Management
Tuesday, February 11, 2003
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
The Williams Club
24 East 39th Street
212-679-5300
$20 per person, alumni only
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Resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict -- Key to a Successful War on Terrorism
Assistant Professor of Government Yael Aronoff comments on Iraq and U.S./Arab Relations. She says, "Resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would do more for the war against terrorism than would an invasion of Iraq." More ...
Evan Smith '87 Featured in Dallas Morning News
Evan Smith, a 1987 graduate of Hamilton College, was featured in a Dallas Morning News article (Jan. 5, 2003), "Native Texan via Queens." Smith, named editor of the magazine in 2000, majored in government and wrote for The Spectator while he was at Hamilton. More ...
Hamilton Sailing Club
Sailing Team Revived
Sailing is back at Hamilton. Thanks to the collaborative work of Anna Guerin '01 and Julie Smith '04, Hamilton now joins more than 200 colleges across the country offering sailing as an extracurricular option for their students. More ...
Richard Seager
Seager Interviewed for Dallas-Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Richard Seager was interviewed for a Dallas-Fort Worth Star-Telegram article about Buddhist monks who shun the material world (1/5/03). Seager, author of the book, Buddhism in America (Columbia, 1999), said in the article, titled "The Path to Buddha," that "Buddha is a person. They don't worship in the sense...of [worshipping] God." Seager also noted that "Buddhism is gaining popularity with businesses, which offer seminars for their employees and pay to bring speakers such as the Dalai Lama to teach Buddhist thought and qualities such as being focused and mindful...'there's also a whole lot of spiritual or psychological reasons individuals might find it helpful to their own life,'" Seager said. More ...
Singers of Tibet's Drepung Loseling Monastery
"The Mystical Arts of Tibet: Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing"
The fabulous multiphonic singers of Tibet’s Drepung Loseling Monastery, whose sellout performance in Carnegie Hall and the Lincoln Center received national acclaim, will perform Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing on Saturday, Jan. 25, at 8 p.m., in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts, on the campus of Hamilton College. More ...
Florida Alumni Association Reception with President Tobin
Florida Alumni Association Reception
Thursday, February 6, 2003 Join members of the Florida Alumni Association for a reception with President Eugene M. Tobin. At the home of: BETTYANN and MARTIN '70 SHERMAN P'04 15597 FIDDLESTICKS BOULEVARD FORT MEYERS, FLORIDA Reception: 6 p.m.; Presentation: 7 p.m. More ...
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