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Levitt Center Faculty Forum Discusses Climate Change
Professors from four different disciplines came together on April 2 to talk about the the causes, evidence and impacts of climate change in a faculty forum co-sponsored by the Levitt Center's 2003-2004 series on "The environment: public policy and social responsibility" and the Environmental Studies Program. Professors Ian Rosenstein of chemistry, Eugene Domack of geology, Bill Pfitsch of biology and Peter Cannavo of government gave presentations on climate change from the perspectives of their disciplines. More ...
Students Present Research at GSA meeting
Geology students participate in professional conference? Topics include geoscience education, marine geology, palentology More ...
Raybeck Discusses Michael Jackson and Martha Stewart at Think Tank
Professor of Anthropology Doug Raybeck spoke at a Think Tank brown bag lunch on April 9 about the cultural constructions and perceptions of newsmakers Michael Jackson and Martha Stewart. The talk was titled “The Paedomorph and the Priestess: Michael Jackson and Martha Stewart as Cultural Icons.” He is currently working on a paper on the subject, which he will deliver later this year at the National Anthropology Conference. More ...
Hamilton College Recognized for Outstanding Undergraduate Research
Hamilton College has been awarded $60,000 from the Merck/American Association for the Advancement of Science Undergraduate Science Research Program. The Merck/AAAS program recognizes outstanding undergraduate research programs, and awards research stipends for collaborative work between chemistry and biology departments. This year, Hamilton was among the fifteen schools to receive the honor in the national competition. More ...
Ravven Present Poster at Conference: "Toward a Science of Consciousness"
Professor of Religious Studies Heidi Ravven presented a poster of her paper, "Spinoza and Recent Discoveries in Affective Neuroscience," at the sixth annual series of major conferences, "Toward a Science of Consciousness" at the University of Arizona in Tucson from April 7-11.  The conference brings together researchers from throughout the sciences and humanities who study the neuroscience, philosophy, biology, and cogntive sciences related to the nature, origin, aspects, and operations of consciousness.  The conference marks the tenth anniversary of the landmark first Tucson consciousness conference in 1994. More ...
Adair Speaks On Prevalence of Women in Service
Vivyan Adair, the Elihu Root Peace Fund Professor of Women's Studies, spoke at a Brown Bag Lunch sponsored by the Hamilton Action Volunteer Outreach Coalition (HAVOC) on the topic of Women in Service. Adair discussed her theories on the preponderance of women in volunteer, service, and altruistic roles, and what this means from a critical feminist theory standpoint. Students, faculty and staff also contributed their observations and analysis to the discussion. More ...
Acculturation and Adaptation Among Immigrants and Refugees
John W. Berry, professor emeritus in the department of psychology at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, discussed his research concerning the social, psychological and academic adaptation of immigrants in a new culture.  He spoke at Hamilton on April 14. More ...
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Cryer to Appear in "The Laramie Project" at LSU's Swine Palace
Assistant Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer is in rehearsal for "The Laramie Project" by Moisés Kaufman at Swine Palace, the professional theatre at Louisiana State University. Cryer is doing eight different characters in the production, which will be open April 21-May 9.  Following the brutal, hate-inspired murder of gay college student Matthew Shepard in 1998, the play’s creators traveled to the scene of the crime, Laramie, Wyoming, and interviewed residents of the small town. The interviews were adapted into a moving, poignant script that asks the audience to consider how such a heinous crime and the media scrutiny that followed could affect an entire community’s existence. More ...
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