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Denver Post Article References Hamilton College Muslim America Poll
An article that appeared in the Denver Post said, "Hamilton College 'Muslim America' Poll released in May says more than half of the 500 Muslims surveyed said they knew individuals who were victims of anti-Muslim discrimination, harassment or assault following September 11." More ...
Collett Presents Lecture and Posters
Associate Professor of Physics Brian Collett presented a talk and two posters, which included "FETs Only: Teaching Electronics Without Bipolar Transistors," "Light Atom Energy Levels in Excel" and "Which Chip? Selecting a Microprocessor for Teaching,"at the 2002 summer American Association of Physics Teachers meeting in Boise, Idaho. More ...
Rowe Receives ASCAP Award
Monk Rowe, musician and director of the Hamilton College Jazz Archive, has been chosen as a recipient of the American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers (ASCAP) Popular Music Survey Award. This is the sixth consecutive year that Rowe has won this award, which is created for composers/performers who play their own work, was not aired on the radio. According to ASCAP, the awards are based upon the unique prestige value of each writer's catalog of original compositions, as well as recent performances in areas not surveyed by the society. More ...
Li Interviewed for The Economist Article
Government Professor and Woodrow Wilson Fellow Cheng Li was interviewed by the British magazine, The Economist, for an article about China's new leaders (June 15, 2002). He argues that a younger group of leaders -- the fourth generation -- "are likely to have been influenced by their experience of the ideologically inspired violence of the Cultural Revolution, making them more cynical about ideology, more open-minded and less confrontational than their predecessors in dealing with factional politics and social unrest." More ...
Professor of Biology Herman Lehman
Lehman Awarded Grant from NSF
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a grant to Hamilton College for the support of a project under the direction of Associate Professor of Biology Herman K. Lehman, in collaboration with Gene E. Robinson of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, to study the neural basis behavior in honey bees. More ...
Levitt Center Announces Fall Lecture Series
The Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center is sponsoring a series of lectures this fall focused primarily on issues relating to immigration and global citizenship. The evening lectures are free and open to the public. They are presented in conjunction with the departments of government, economics, history, sociology and philosophy. More ...
Professor of Geology Barbara Tewksbury
Tewksbury's Course Selected as One of Four to be Taught Nationally
The American Association of Colleges and Universities has selected Hamilton Geology Professor Barbara Tewksbury's introductory geology course as one of four courses to be taught nationally in 2002 as a model course that links the teaching of science to human issues. More ...
Orientation Leaders pose with the College's namesake, Alexander Hamilton.
Orientation Leaders Help First-Year Students Settle In
As Hamilton's class of 2006 arrives on the Hill, 43 orientation leaders are doing everything from helping the first-year students move into dorm rooms to answering questions about the book store, computer connections and on-campus events. More ...
"Masculinities" Series Opens With Sept. 5 Panel
The Kirkland Project “Masculinities” series will begin on Thursday, Sept. 5, with a panel discussion, “What Makes a Man?: Intellectual Investigations into Manhood, Masculinities and Men,” at 4 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn. The discussion is free and open to the public. More ...
Levitt Center Announces Fall Speakers Series
Hamilton College’s Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center is sponsoring a series of lectures this fall focused primarily on issues relating to immigration and global citizenship. The evening lectures are free and open to the public. They are presented in conjunction with the departments of government, economics, history, sociology and philosophy. More ...
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