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Campus Telephone Directory
We are currently in the process of verifying information for the 2002-03 Campus Telephone Directory. Any changes should be reported to the Personnel Office, ext. 4302. Individuals will receive a copy of their personal information on file for verification in early August. More ...
John Rice '78 Featured in Atlanta Journal-Constitution
John Rice '78 was featured in an Atlanta Journal-Constitution article about GE's Power Systems division, whose 2001 sales exceeded Atlanta-based Coca-Cola. More ...
Raybeck: President Elect
Hamilton College Professor of Anthropology Douglas Raybeck has been elected president of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research. The Society of Cross-Cultural Research (SCCR) is a multidisciplinary professional association of behavioral scientists “dedicated to the use of scientific method in understanding human behavior in all times and places.” The term of president lasts one year, and Raybeck is scheduled to assume his duties in 2003. More ...
John Rice '78, CEO of GE Power Systems, Interviewed
John Rice, Hamilton Class of 1978, was interviewed by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on the current success of General Electric. Rice commented, "I think regardless of the size of your operation, you want to run it like the corner store." More ...
Michael Granof '63 Op-Ed in New York Times
Michael Granof, a 1963 graduate of Hamilton and a professor of accounting at the University of Texas at Austin, co-authored an op-ed that appeared in The New York Times (6/28). In "Generally Accepted Accounting Abuses," Granof and co-author Stephen Zeff suggest that in light of recent corporate accounting scandals more federal oversight is needed. They recommend an outside body such as the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq appoint an independent panel for each company listed on the exchange. "These groups would work with corporate audit committees to select audit firms and approve fees," the authors suggest. More ...
Prof. Mitchell Stevens poses with his students
High School Students Take Part in Summer Starter Program
For an institution of higher learning to be successful it is critical that the opinions and world views of the campus are not homogenous. To help reflect the rich heterogeneity of our nation and world, colleges must attract cultural groups that are underrepresented on their campuses. In an effort to broaden the appeal of a liberal arts education to students of color, Hamilton began the Summer Starter Program. Andrea DuVall, Associate Dean of Admissions and Coordinator of Multicultural Recruitment at Hamilton College, is happy to bring 30 motivated, goal-oriented students to “the hill” for a week of challenge, fun and reflection each summer. More ...
Oerlemans' Book, Romanticism and the Materiality of Nature Reviewed
A new book by Associate Professor of English Onno Oerlemans, Romanticism and the Materiality of Nature, received a positive review in the British newspaper The Guardian. "His (Oerlemans) perceptive readings of the Romantics uncover a keen sense of nature's materiality, but also reveals a nature that is 'strange and unknowable,' irredeemably 'other.'" More ...
Organizers of the Technology and Chinese Language Teaching Conference
Second Conference on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching is Success
The second Conference and Workshops on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching in the 21st Century (TCLT2), held at Yale University in June, drew 52 attendees from 30 institutions. The conference, co-sponsored by Hamilton College, was a follow-up to TCLT1, held at Hamilton in 2000 and organized by Professors of Chinese Hong Gang Jin and De Bao Xu. More ...
Rich Bernstein '80 Interviewed For New York Times
Richard Bernstein '80, chief United States strategist at Merrill Lynch, was interviewed for a New York Times article (6/23/02) about what the weaker dollar means for investors. "The good news is that a weaker dollar is very good for corporate profits. The strong dollar is one reason companies have suffered," Bernstein explained. More ...
Making Change: Working for Social Justice Conference
A conference, Making Change: Working for Social Justice, sponsored by the Kirkland Project, will convene at Hamilton College during Fallcoming Weekend, Oct. 4-6. Civil Rights activist Bob Moses '56, founder of the Algebra Project, a national math literacy program, will give the keynote address on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 11 a.m. More ...
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