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Professor of Government Cheng Li
The Christian Science Monitor quoted Cheng Li
The Christian Science Monitor quoted Government Professor Cheng Li on recent developments in U.S-China relation. President Bush has visited China twice in his first two years in office, and he has spoken of building a positive and friendly relationship with China. However, at the same time President Bush has shown more support than any recent president to Taiwan, which is an island China claims as one of its province. Cheng Li said, “Beijing feels it is getting a mixed message from Washington.” More ...
Aronoff Elected to Governing Council of I.S.P.P.
Assistant Professor of Government Yael Aronoff was elected to the Governing Council of the International Society for Political Psychology, 2002-2004. More ...
Think Green
Recycling on Hamilton's campus is being revived by Matt Stringer '03. Students, faculty and administrators are getting in the "habit again" with new bins and assurances that their efforts will pay off in less waste for the landfill and a more environmentally friendly campus. More ...
Faculty Lecture Series on May 3
The next lecture in the Faculty Lecture Series will feature Julie Dunsmore, assistant professor of psychology, talking about "Parents' discussions with their children about the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001" on Friday, May 3 at 4:10 p.m. in the Red Pit, KJ. Reception will follow in Cafe Opus. More ...
Dandelion Seed Heads and the Moon ((1961), 1965) Burchfield, Charles
A Behind the Scene Look at "Hamilton Collects"
“Hamilton Collects American Art” celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Emerson Gallery.  But it also offers the Hamilton and surrounding communities an extraordinary opportunity to see American art by well-known artists that has rarely, if ever, been viewed publicly. To provide a “behind the scenes” look at some of the preparatory work undertaken for this exhibition, we interviewed Emerson Acting Director Bill Salzillo.  We followed his interview with a cross section of campus responses to the question, “What is your favorite painting in the show?”  For those of you who haven’t been asked but would like to respond, simply go the Emerson page at www.hamilton.edu/gallery and click on “comments” under “Hamilton Collects.”  We would love to hear from you, too. More ...
Redfield Lectures in Paris
Samuel F. Pratt Professor of Mathematics Robert Redfield spoke on "Lattice-ordered fields of quotients" at Technische Universität Darmstadt and Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität München in Germany. Redfield presented a similar talk to an audience of mathematicians from Angers, Le Mans, and Paris at the equipe de Logique Mathématique de l'Université Paris 7. More ...
Frechette Serves on MacArthur Foundation Committee
Ann Frechette, Luce Junior Professor of Asian Studies and assistant professor of anthropology, served on the committee for the MacArthur Foundation-Social Science Research Council's Global Security and Cooperation fellowships in April. More ...
Naomi Guttman Awarded Grant
Assistant Professor of English Naomi Guttman has been awarded an Individual Artist's grant from The Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts. Last April, she gave a poetry reading with alumna Karlen Chase ('99) at the Catskill Mountain Foundation's Performing Arts Center in Hunter, NY. Guttman also participated in a multicultural Canadian poetry reading at the New England Modern Language Association convention in Toronto and chaired a poetry panel there. More ...
Ravven Co-Edits Book
Professor of Religious Studies Heidi Ravven edited a book, Jewish Themes in Spinoza's Philosophy, with Lenn Goodman of Vanderbilt University. She also contributed to the preface and wrote the essay, "Spinoza's Rupture with His Hints for Jewish Modernity," for the volume. More ...
Gapp and Williams Present at the Northeast Natural History Conference
Professors of Biology David Gapp and Ernest Williams made presentations at the Northeast Natural History Conference VII, held at the New York State Museum in Albany, on April 25-26. Professor Williams made a presentation coauthored with Theodore W. Valenti ('01) and Daniel H. Catlin ('01) titled, "Behavior of Frosted Elfins in Lupine Patches." Professor Gapp made a presentation coauthored with Katie Lee ('03), Sarah McNeil ('04), Angela Pagano ('02), and Hannah Stahle ('03) titled, "Snapping Turtle Nest Destruction by Another Snapper." David and Pearl Gapp also made a presentation titled "Diabetes in the Common Snapping Turtle, Chelydra serpentina: an Update." More ...
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