New York Program Celebrates Chinese New Year, Tours Metropolitan Museum of Art

The group enjoyed lunch at Nancy Lee's Pig Heaven.
The group enjoyed lunch at Nancy Lee's Pig Heaven.

Hamilton’s Program in New York students along with faculty director Daniel Chamblis and co-director Susan Morgan celebrated Chinese New Year at Nancy Lee's Pig Heaven, before taking the first guided group tour given of the newly opened American Art Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Jan. 25. This semester’s program theme is Health and Health Care in a Global Society.


Students on the New York Program this semester are Janine Barlow ’13, Gloria Bardin ’13, Cailin Chang ’13, Christie Crawford ’13, CJ Dayananda ’13, William Godinez ’13, Jessica Griffith ’13, Patrick Kennedy ’13, Cara Quigley  ’13, Michelle Romano ’13, Emily Sherry ’14, Morolake Thompson ’14, Chelsea Wahl ’13 and Huilin Wang ’13. Dan Chambliss, the Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology, is teaching the Sociology of Health Care and Professor Morgan is teaching a course on global epidemics.

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