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Owen Has Paper Accepted by Economics Letters
"Menu Costs, Firm Strategy, and Price Rigidity," a paper written by Assistant Professor of Economics Ann Owen with David Trzepacz ’00, has been accepted for publication in Economics Letters. The paper developed out of Trzepacz’s senior honors thesis. More ...
Environmental Studies Class Poster Session
We invite the Hamilton community to view posters on the term projects of the Adirondack class, EnvSt 205, on Monday, May 6, from noon to 5:30 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn. Students will stand by their posters from noon to 1 p.m. to discuss their projects. Topics include: Lynx Reintroduction: A Failed Attempt in the Adirondacks;Acid Rain in the Adirondacks; Preserving the Great Camps; Storytelling in the Adirondacks; Hiking in the High Peaks: Impact and Regulations; Hamlets of the Adirondacks; Sociological Aspects of Wolf Reintroduction in the Adirondacks;The 1980 Lake Placid Olympics; The Adirondack Chair and its Deteriorating Rustic Roots; Developing a Property in the Adirondack Park; The Spirit of the Primitive: Women of the Adirondacks; and Snowmobiling in the Adirondacks. More ...
Klinkner Reviews Book in The Nation
Associate Professor of Government Philip Klinkner published a book review, "The Great Societizer" in The Nation. Klinkner reviewed Robert Caro's Master of the Senate. More ...
Derek Jones Presents Research on Changing Employment Practices and Quality of Jobs
Derek Jones, The Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, presented "Changing Employment Practices and the Quality of Jobs: Evidence from Case Studies of Medium-Sized Manufacturing Establishments in Central New York" at a joint conference of the Rockefeller and Russell Sage Foundations. The conference, "Evidence from the Future of Work Case Studies, Industrial Restructuring and Its Impact on Low Skilled Workers," was held May 2-3 in New York City. Jones presented the paper with Colgate University Professor of Economics Takao Kato and Colgate University Professor of Sociology Adam Weinberg. More ...
Owens-Manley Publishes Article in Social Work
Associate Director of Community Research in the Levitt Center Judy Owens-Manley published an article with Professor Jan Hagen, School of Social Welfare, SUNY/Albany, titled "Issues in Implementing TANF in New York: The Perspective of Frontline Workers" in the April issue of Social Work. The authors conducted focus groups with frontline workers in two counties in upstate New York to study their functions, the interaction of welfare and domestic violence, and the process of decision making at the front line using case vignettes. More ...
Leah Byrne Senior Fellow Presentation
Leah Byrne will present her Senior Fellowship research, "Octopamine and Nitric Oxide: Interactions of Neurotransmitters," on Monday, May 6, 8 p.m. in the Science Auditorium. More ...
Kirkland Cottage Open for Visitors on Saturday
In observance of the Town of Kirkland's 175th anniversary celebration, Hamilton will open the Kirkland Cottage for visitors on Saturday, May 4, from 1-5 p.m. Members of Pentagon have generously volunteered to staff the cottage and answer questions. For those who have never had the opportunity to visit this historic campus building here's your chance. More ...
David Shaye '02 Awarded Fulbright
David Shaye, a candidate for May graduation from Hamilton College, has been awarded a J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship to study the growth of HIV/AIDS in Dominica, an independent Caribbean country. The purpose of the Fulbright program is to increase mutual understanding between the people of the U.S. and other countries through educational exchange. More ...
Gold Elected Officer of Association
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold was elected president of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States for 2002-03 at the organization's recent spring meeting. More ...
Stuart Scott '61, chairman-elect of Hamilton's Board of Trustees, met with the campus community.
Chairman-Elect Stuart Scott '61 Meets Campus Community
Stuart Scott, who will become chairman of the board of trustees at Hamilton College on July 1, was on campus today to meet members of the College community. Students, faculty and staff stopped by Cafe Opus for an informal meeting with Scott. A 1961 Hamilton graduate, Scott is chairman of Jones Lang LaSalle Inc., the world’s leading real estate services and investment management firm with approximately 6,700 employees based in more than 100 key markets on five continents. More ...
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