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A.G. Lafley Featured in Forbes Magazine
A.G. Lafley, a 1969 graduate of Hamilton College and a member of the College's Board of Trustees, is featured in the July 8 edition of Forbes Magazine.The article, "A Fresh Face: A.G. Lafley is giving Procter & Gamble a radical makeover," describes Lafley's 25-year rise through Procter & Gamble, and the company's new emphasis on beauty care products. More ...
Douglas Sheldon '63 Featured in MusicalAmerica.com
Doug Sheldon '63 has been named the new conductor of the Orpheus Club of Philadelphia. Orpheus is an 80-member male chorus that is Philadelphia's oldest musical organization; its origins trace to 1872. Sheldon, a music major at Hamilton, also returns to the Hill each year to direct the Alumni Reunion Choir, an all-male ensemble. More ...
Personal Dimensions: Five Donors Who Helped Shape the Collection
The Emerson Gallery, Hamilton College, presents Personal Dimensions: Five Donors who Helped Shape the Hamilton College Collection, from June 21 through August 18 in the North and South Galleries. More ...
Bill Yeomans '55 Named Volunteer of the Year
William Yeomans '55 will be honored as the 2002 Volunteer of the Year, and two alumni will receive the College Key Award at the Alumni Council dinner during Fallcoming Weekend, October 4-6. More ...
Milagros Gordillo Guttanti '05, Nichola Meserve '03 and Hannah Stahle '03
Students Conduct Research in Utica Marsh
Three Hamilton College science students are spending the summer conducting diabetes research on area snapping turtles with Biology Professor David Gapp. Hannah Stahle, Nichola Meserve and Milagros Gordillo-Guffanti are tracking snapping turtle and painted turtle populations in Utica Marsh, Westmoreland and in Stone Mill Pond. A collectors permit was granted to Gapp by the DEC and the Marsh Council to trap turtles in the Utica Marsh, which is a wildlife interpretive center. More ...
Silversmith, Nizzi Promoted
Hamilton College President Eugene M. Tobin announced two recent faculty promotions. Ann Silversmith, an associate professor of physics, has been promoted to full professor, and men's soccer coach Perry Nizzi was promoted from assistant to associate professor of physical education. More ...
David Gaynes '99 Program to Air in Utica Area
Out of the Box TV's program Backroads of Central New York will air on WUTR - TV 20 (the ABC affiliate in Utica, NY), on Thursday, June 20, at 8 p.m. The hour-long program focuses on three historic out-of-the-way routes in the Central New York area. The program is produced by David Gaynes '99. More ...
"Our Hamilton"
James B. Nickel '52 delivered the Half-Century Class Annalist's Letter at the annual meeting of the Alumni Association. More ...
Kenneth Hayes Miller's <i>The Preparation</i>
Emerson Gallery Presents Selections from Hamilton Collects American Art
The Emerson Gallery at Hamilton College will open the summer exhibition season with Selections from Hamilton Collects American Art from June 17 through August 4, 2002. More ...
Hamilton Invests in the Sciences
An article in the Syracuse Post-Standard reported that Hamilton's new Science building, scheduled to be completed in 2005, will cost an estimated $56 billion. The four story expansion is the most expensive project in Hamilton's 190-year history. "This building will help ensure Hamilton's leadership position in the undergraduate science education," commented President Tobin, "Already, more than a quarter of Hamilton students major in the sciences, about twice the national average." More ...
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