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  • Members of the Adirondack seminar Forever Wild traveled to the Adirondack Park with their professor, Associate Dean of Faculty Onno Oerlemans, on a two-day field trip on Oct. 5 and 6.

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  • Janelle Schwartz ’97, Hamilton Adirondack Program founder and general director, was honored by Craigardan at the nonprofit educational organization’s recent Dinner in the Field event.

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  • Eight individuals have received fellowships focused on innovations in digital pedagogy under a new program sponsored jointly by the Dean of Faculty and the Library Information Technology Services (LITS).

  • Kai Scarangella ’21 says the Richard Morse Award she received from the Adirondack Research Consortium and Ecology and Environment will help her attend graduate school. “Earning my doctorate will help me achieve my goal of becoming the director of an environmental remediation and restoration research institute,” she says.

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  • Past and future Hamilton Adirondack Program members and Janelle Schwartz, program founder and general director, participated in Adirondack Day in Albany. The program, designed to educate legislators and their staffs about the economic, education, and social issues and energy in the Park, was held on May 13.

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  • Inspired an Introduction to Photography class last year, sophomore Amy Harff used her acquired skills to examine and document the different facets of food waste in her Adirondack Program independent research project this past fall

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  • As the semester wound down, students in the fall 2018 Hamilton Adirondack Program participated in a ceramics workshop at Craigardan where they got to learn how to sculpt and throw clay. The workshop was led by resident artists with Michele Drozd, co-founder and executive director of Craigardan.

  • When I arrived at the Mountain House for the Hamilton Academic Program in the Adirondacks on Aug. 20, it was with the thought that it was only one semester away. But now it has become so much more. I will be living in the Adirondacks for my spring semester, as I take a leave of absence. I have found both a job and a new internship, along with a place to live, all through connections I made while doing this program. Next spring, I will have a full-time job at Dogwood Bread Company, one of my current internships. I have also been fortunate to find an internship with ADK Action through one of our Common Experience Seminar guest speakers.

  • Fort Ticonderoga and the Saratoga Battlefield were the first two venues explored by members of History of American Mountaineering and Outdoor Adventure, a course taught by Professor of History Maurice Isserman as part of the Hamilton College Adirondack Program.

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  • Each fall, the Hamilton Adirondack Program showcases an important voice in and for the Adirondacks as the program’s plenary speaker. This year that speaker was Jerry Jenkins, an ecologist with the Wildlife Conservation Society and author of several books about the region, including The Adirondack Atlas, Climate Change in the Adirondacks, and his forthcoming Woody Plants of the Northern Forest: A Photographic Guide.

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