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New York Program students at Barclays Capital with Professor Erol Balkan, George Mack '93 and Alexandra Leighton '09.
NYC Program Visits Alumni at Barclays Capital

On September 21, students in Hamilton's New York City program visited the Barclays Capital building for a discussion hosted by Hamilton alumni George Mack ’93 and Alexandra Leighton ’09. Barclays Capital, located on 49th Street and 7th Avenue, is one of the world’s premier investment banks.  More ...

Eric Kuhn '09
Kuhn '09 and Tull '92 on Vanity Fair List

Vanity Fair has included Eric Kuhn '09 and Thomas Tull '92 in the annual Next Establishment list, which recognizes rising talent in the technology, media, policy, and business sectors.   More ...

Larry Allen '09
Larry Allen '09 Teaching in Kazakhstan

Larry Allen '09 is among the first eight foreign teachers at the Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools in Kazakhstan. The schools are part of an educational reform system designed by Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, and Allen and his colleagues will aid in the reform and improvement of secondary schools.   More ...

Jennifer Borton
Borton and Alumni Co-Author Paper in Psychology Journal

A paper co-authored by Associate Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton was published in the March-April issue of The Journal of Social Psychology. “Does Suppressing the Thought of a Self-Relevant Stigma Affect Interpersonal Interaction?” was co-written with David Reiner ’05, Erica Vazquez ’08, Jessica Ruddiman ’09 and Stephanie Anglin ’10.  More ...

The DownBeat Keys at The Bitter End

The DownBeat Keys, a band composed of Kadahj Bennett '12, Will Preston '11, Jared Schneider '11, Baldwin Tang '10, Ryan Calabrese '09, and Andrew Root '09, is scheduled to perform at The Bitter End in New York City on Saturday, Dec. 18. Because the Bitter End is one of the city's most well-known clubs, The DownBeat Keys have captured the attention of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), who profiled the band in their "Radar Report."  More ...

Alice Popejoy '09
Alice Popejoy '09 Contributes to Discover Blog

Alice Popejoy '09 has contributed a post titled “Genetic Discrimination: The Best Reason for Universal Healthcare You’ve Never Heard Of” to the blog The Intersection at Discover Blogs. The post draws upon research Popejoy conducted at Hamilton with Professor of Biology Jinne Garrett about DNA, genetic testing, and the law.  More ...

Danielle Ain '09 and Abroad101 Win Startup Challenge

Since her graduation, Danielle Ain '09 has been working for Abroad101, an internet startup review site for study abroad programs. Recently, Abroad101 was named a finalist in the MassChallenge Global Startup Competition and Accelerator and awarded $50,000. The competition is the world’s largest for startups.  More ...

Fractals Publishes Article by Bedient and Two Alumni
Alumni Keith Gross ’09 and Brendan Sullivan ’07 with Yale alumna Jennifer Lanski have published an article with Professor of Mathematics Richard Bedient and Yale Professor Michael Frame in the journal Fractals. The paper, titled “Higher Block IFS: Memory Reduction and Dimension Computations,” is the result of work over a period of years by the authors as parts of various senior projects. More ...
Eric Kuhn '09 and Shelly Palmer P'11, P'13
Digital Networking Dominant Theme during GOLD Summit Weekend
Alumni and students had the opportunity to experience the power of the college’s alumni network firsthand at the GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Summit on April 16-18. Many presentations focused on the power of social media and other digital solutions to expand career opportunities. More ...
Kate Hails '10, Kenyon Laing '09, Ma Cho and Mu Sa Lee at the Refugee Center.
Levitt Weaving Project Expands at Refugee Center
Having proven herself as a Bonner Leader, Emily Powell ’09 was awarded $1,000 as part of the CASE Foundation Grant secured through the Levitt Center last January to fund The Weaving Project. The success of the initial project, which was conducted in coordination with a Women's Studies course in Global Feminism, assisted the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees in securing additional funding to expand the undertaking. More ...
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