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Shields Speaks at Conference
Professor and Chair of Chemistry George Shields spoke at an Oct. 3 summit on "Delivering Technology Leadership for Life Sciences." The conference was jointly sponsored by SGI and the Delaware Biotechnology Institute to examine the impact of emerging technology on life sciences research, focusing on issues such as safeguarding against bioterrorism and advancing the drug discovery process. Shields who is the director of the Molecular Education and Research Consortium in Undergraduate computational chemistRY (MERCURY) discussed the "Formation of MERCURY and Acquisition of High-Performance Computers to Support Research in Undergraduate Computational Chemistry across New York and New England." More ...
Students Organize Rally to Show Support for College President
Hamilton students organized a campus rally to show support for President Eugene Tobin. Tobin issued his resignation at a faculty meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 1. Student leaders and several faculty members addressed the community gathering. More ...
Faculty Development Workshop for Sophomore Seminar Design, Version 2.0
Faculty and academic development partners - Heard from faculty about their experiences in past and present Sophomore Seminars - Heard from academic services departments such as ITS, Oral Communications, the Library, and the Writing Center about their specialized and individually tailored services - Discussed specific questions suggested by faculty about teaching issues - Discussed how we can work together to create the optimal learning environment for the students in your classes! More ...
Winslow Lecture to Feature Classicist David Scourfield
David Scourfield, professor of classics and head of the classics department at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, will deliver the Winslow Lecture at Hamilton College on Monday, Oct. 7 at 4:10 p.m. in the Red Pit, Kirner-Johnson building. The lecture, titled "Love, Death and the Ancient Imagination," is free and open to the public. More ...
President Tobin to Step Down
Eugene M. Tobin, president of Hamilton College since 1993, has announced his resignation, which will become effective June 30, 2003. The announcement was made at the college’s monthly faculty meeting on October 1. More ...
Heidi Ravven
Ravven Publishes Paper
Professor of Religious Studies Heidi Ravven published a paper, "Spinoza's Individualism Reconsidered: Some Lessons from the Short Treatise," in Spinoza(Ashgate: Aldershot, 2002). More ...
Jensen Presents Paper at Duke University Conference
Professor of Economics Elizabeth Jensen co-authored a paper with Jean R. Sternlight,University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law, "Using Arbitration to Eliminate Consumer Class Actions: Efficient Business Practice or Unconscionable Abuse?" The paper will be presented at a conference called "The Coming Crisis in Mandatory Arbitration: New Perspectives and Possibilities" at Duke University School of Law on Oct. 4-5. More ...
Rabinowitz Contributes Article to International Piano
Professor of Comparative Literature Peter Rabinowitz contributed a "back-page" op-ed piece to International Piano 6 (No. 23) (September/October 2002). More ...
Hamessley Presents Paper at Women in Appalachia Conference
Associate Professor of Music Lydia Hamessley presented a paper at the Fourth Annual Conference "Women in Appalachia: Their Heritage and Accomplishments" held at Ohio University, Zanesville. The talk, "The Coon Creek Girls and the Construction of an Appalachian Image," examined this first all-girl string band, led by Lily May Ledford of Pinchem Tight Holler, Ky. Their story is illustrative of the way that music producers created an Appalachian identity for their acts through decisions about music, instrument choice, dress, demeanor, and the group's name. These representations of the "hillbilly gal," with its humorous intent, were popular with audiences, but quite problematic for the band members. More ...
Bakari Kitwana
Author, Editor Bakari Kitwana to Lecture in Masculinities Series
Author and editor Bakari Kitwana will deliver a lecture "Thuglife and the Hip Hop Generation: Representations of Black Masculinity in Popular Culture," on Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 7:30 pm. in the Fillius Events Barn at Hamilton College. Kitwana’s appearance is the next in the Kirkland Project “Masculinities” series. A reception and book signing will follow. Co-sponsored by the Department of Africana Studies and the Black Student Union, this program is free and open to the public. More ...
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