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U.S. Consul-General in Hong Kong Speaks at Hamilton
U.S. Consul-General in Hong Kong Michael Klosson '71, will give a talk titled "U.S. Policy in Asia Post September 11th," on Wednesday, April 17 at 8 p.m. in the Dwight Lounge of the Bristol Campus Center. The government department, the Edwin Lee Fund, and the career center are sponsoring the talk. More ...
David Gaynes '99 and Stephen Knapp '69 discuss careers in the arts.
"Careers in Visual Arts"
This week over 40 students took the opportunity to listen to a filmmaker, a sculptor, and a painter describe how they navigated various channels of the art world and built successful careers. "Careers in Visual Arts," organized by the career center, received such a positive response from students as well as from alumni that it may be repeated in the near future. More ...
EPA Administrator Christie Whitman
EPA Administrator Christie Whitman Named Commencement Speaker
Christie Whitman, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency administrator, will deliver the Commencement address at Hamilton College on Sunday, May 26, at 10:30 a.m. Whitman was sworn in as President George Bush's EPA administrator in January 2001. She served previously as the 50th governor of New Jersey. More ...
Geology Professor Eugene Domack
Eugene Domack Quoted in USA Today
Professor of Geology Eugene Domack was quoted in a USA Today article about why an Antarctic ice shelf broke up and what the implications are for global climate change. More ...
Joseph Livingston Awarded Fulbright Scholarship
Joseph Livingston, a candidate for May graduation from Hamilton College, has been awarded a J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship. Livingston will travel to United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) refugee camps in Jordan for his study, "The Causes of Social Class Composition and Disparity among Palestinian Refugees in Jordan." More ...
Daniel Boisvert
Boisvert Awarded Fulbright Teaching Assistantship
Daniel Boisvert, a candidate for May graduation, has been awarded a J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship for his project, “Beyond the Classroom,” to teach English as a foreign language in Germany. More ...
Whitehead '85 Appointed Univ. Maine Head Men's Ice Hockey Coach
Timothy Whitehead '85 has been appointed head men's ice hockey coach at the University of Maine. Whitehead led the team to the National Championship game with a record of 26-11-8. A finalist for the 2002 Spenser Penrose Award, presented to the nation's top college hockey coach, Whitehead's career consists of a record of 102-106-16 and six years as a head coach. More ...
Goldberg Directs NEH Workshop
Steve Goldberg, associate professor of art and department chair, directed a National Endowment for the Humanities workshop titled “Representing Excellence: The Authoritative in South and East Asian Art and Literature” at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., April 11-14. He also presented "Art and Articulation: The Embodiment of Excellence and Authority in Asian Cultures" and "Images as Metaphors of Authority in Social Context: India and China" on April 11 and 12 respectively. More ...
Georges Publishes Article in Economics Bulletin
Associate Professor of Economics Chris Georges published an article titled "An Efficiency Wage Model With Persistent Cycles" in Economics Bulletin, Vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 1-6. More ...
Dr. Richard Shore as John Muir
John Muir Comes To Life
Dr. Richard Shore gave a one-man performance as John Muir on April 10 to emphasize the need to protect wilderness and the environment. John Muir was an outdoorsman of the truest sense; he lived in the land, not off it. Muir penned the proposal to designate Yosemite as a National Park, and was the strongest proponent for its protection. Shore dressed as Muir, spoke in a Scottish accent like Muir, and in the first person, communicated Muir's ethics of wilderness conservation. More ...
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