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Vincent Odamtten and Erik McDuffie '92.
Odamtten Presents Paper in Ghana
Professor of English Vincent Odamtten presented a paper on "Selected Ghanaian Writing from a Pan-African Perspective" at the 5th Biennial Conference of Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora (ASWAD) in Accra, Ghana, in August. More ...
Students in the Program in Washington with Marc Elias '90.
Washington Program Students Discuss Election Topics With Marc Elias '90
Students in the Program in Washington D.C. met last week with Marc Elias '90, partner in Perkins Coie LLP. Elias, a nationally recognized expert in election and campaign finance law, served as general counsel for the Kerry for President Campaign in 2004 and represented Al Franken in the recount of the Minnesota Senate election. More ...
Annual Fund Performance Cup Winners Announced
Annual Fund Performance Cup awards are a longstanding tradition at the College. Each year, following the completion of the fiscal year, individual classes are recognized for accomplishments that set standards for other classes to emulate. Class cup winners are noted on the following page. More ...
Curtain Rises on Kate Dumbleton ’89 and Chicago Jazz Ensemble
After an extensive search and review, the Chicago Jazz Ensemble (CJE) has appointed Kate Dumbleton ’89 its newest executive director. “We believe we have selected an executive director who is creative and talented, and whose vision will take the CJE into new directions without compromising the integrity of the music or the outstanding reputation the ensemble has built since it first took up residency at Columbia College Chicago in 1965,” said erstwhile executive director J. Richard Dunscomb. More ...
Michael Schmidt '10
Michael Schmidt ’10 Joins Forces with Robert Moses ’56 in Algebra Project Internship
Born in Harlem, educated at Hamilton then Harvard, civil rights leader Dr. Robert P. Moses’ life is an inspirational story in the style of 19th century Horatio Alger novels. He graduated from Hamilton in 1956 and founded The Algebra Project (AP) in 1982 as a means to advance public school education, especially in mathematics, for every child. He and the people at The Algebra Project feel that every child is entitled to a proper education in order to succeed in an increasingly technology-based society. More ...
Judith Owens-Manley
Owens-Manley and Russell '12 Attend Bonner Summer Leadership Conference
Stefanie Russell '12, Jordan Fischetti '08 and Stephanie Wolter '07 attended the Bonner Summer Leadership Institute with Levitt Center Associate Director for Community Research Judith Owens-Manley in Deland, Fla., in June. The group presented two workshops at the conference: “Refugee & Immigrant Issues: Deepening Levels of Engagement” and “The Beginnings of a Youth Development Project: Challenges & Rewards.” More ...
Rachel Pohl '11, left, and President of Walt Disney World Resort Meg Crofton at the August 13 "Women Who Mean Business" reception
Rachel Pohl '11 Connects with Central Fla. Alumni and Beyond
From Boston to Washington, and from Long Island, N.Y., to Portland, Ore., summer 2009 saw a constellation of "Welcome to Hamilton" events take place across the country. The small gatherings, graciously hosted by alumni and parents, brought Hamilton communities together by region in a continual, concerted toast to the Class of 2013 and the supportive family members behind it. More ...
Hamilton's Run for the Fallen in 2008.
Ceremonial Run for the Fallen to Take Place at Hamilton
One year after the inaugural Run for The Fallen, a ceremonial run/walk will take place on the Hamilton College campus on Sunday, Aug. 23, at 9 a.m. It will begin at the Michael J. Cleary ’03 Tree, adjacent to the Campus Road side of the Siuda House (Office of Admission and Financial Aid). Please join members of the community for this special remembrance. More ...
William M. Bristol III '43
Patriarch Passes
The patriarch of Hamilton’s first family, William McLaren “Mac” Bristol III ’43, died Tuesday, August 18, following a brief battle with cancer. He was 88. More ...
G. J. Ryan '72
G. J. Ryan ’72 Joins N.J. College Presidents Council Exec Board
G. Jeremiah Ryan ’72, president of Bergen Community College, Paramus, N.J., has been elected to the executive board of the New Jersey Presidents' Council (NJPC). NJPC is a quorum of 50 college and university presidents, representing both public and private institutions, whose mission it is to make recommendations to state officials regarding nascent state programs, budgetary and student-aid matters, and New Jersey’s master plan for higher education. NJPC reviews state policies and promotes public awareness of various initiatives and issues relevant to higher education. The council convenes throughout the year. More ...
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