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Sharon Rivera
Congressional Quarterly Press Publishes Rivera Election Simulation
Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera has published an on-line version of a simulated election campaign exercise with Congressional Quarterly Press. The simulation, titled “Elections in West Europa,” is designed to teach students about party systems, campaigns and government formation in established democracies by using active learning strategies. More ...
Anna Oldfield
Oldfield Authors Turkish Language Module at University of Wisconsin
Anna C. Oldfield, Asian Studies Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, has authored a video-based Turkish language learning module for a three-year Department of Education International Research and Studies Program grant. More ...
Nathan Goodale
Goodale Publishes in American Antiquity
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Nathan Goodale with co-author Ian Kuijt (University of Notre Dame) recently published an article titled “Daily Practice and the Organization of Space at the Dawn of Agriculture: A Case Study from the Near East”  in American Antiquity. More ...
Ernest Williams
Williams Lectures at Ecological Society of America
Ernest Williams, the Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Professor of Biology, recently attended the annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America in Albuquerque, N.M, where he gave a talk titled "Habitat change and population loss and gain in a montane butterfly." This talk summarized research he has conducted over the past 25 years on Gillett's Checkerspot butterfly in the Rocky Mountains; the distribution of this species has changed as the meadows they inhabit have been altered by climate change, forest fire, and vegetative succession.

Also, Williams had an article published in American Butterflies (vol. 17, pages 4-13; summer 2009 issue) titled "Lifestyles of the scaled and beautiful: Pearl and Northern Crescents." For a number of years, Williams and students have conducted research on Pearl Crescent butterflies and their host plants, with parallel studies being run from a chemical viewpoint by Silas D. Childs Professor of Chemistry Robin Kinnel and his students. More ...
Seth Major
Michael Gregg '08 and Seth Major Publish Article
An article by Michael Gregg ’08 and Associate Professor of Physics Seth Major titled “On Modified Dispersion Relations and the Chandrasekhar Mass Limit,” has been published in the International Journal of Modern Physics D [Vol 18 (2009) 971]. In the article, based on Gregg’s senior project, they report on the results of their study of the consequences of modifying special relativity. More ...
Maurice Isserman
Minnesota Public Radio Features Isserman on Woodstock
On the eve of the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, Maurice Isserman, the James L. Ferguson Professor of History and Woodstock attendee, was interviewed by Minnesota Public Radio with Woodstock performer Richie Havens and longtime New York disc jockey Pete Fornatale. The Chronicle of Higher Education published Isserman’s essay, “3 Days of Peace and Music, 40 Years of Memory” on the same day, Aug. 10. More ...
MERCURY Attracts Researchers Across the U.S.
The Eighth Annual National MERCURY Conference on Computational Chemistry, devoted solely to undergraduates who are working on research projects in computational chemistry, was held at Hamilton from August 2 - 4. Hamilton, National Science Foundation and SGI provided support for the conference. More ...
Boutin Publishes Research Article
Associate Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin recently published a research article "The Determining Number of a Cartesian Product" in the Journal of Graph Theory. This work continues Boutin's studies finding a smallest set of nodes that captures all the symmetries in a network. In this recent work she closely bounds the size of such a set in a large class of networks created by taking products of smaller networks. More ...
Hamilton students and faculty at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.
Cotten and Team Study at National High Magnetic Field Lab
Associate Professor of Chemistry Myriam Cotten and her research team spent two weeks in July at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, Fla., to study membrane-active peptides. Her team comprised of Matt Baxter ’11, Olivia Lin ’12, Courtney Carroll ’11, Billy Wieczorek ’11, Jason McGavin ’12 and Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry U.S. Sudheendra, used several state-of-the-art Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) instruments to obtain atomic-level information on peptide-lipid samples. More ...
Ambassador Edward S. Walker, Jr. '62
TIME Says Walker among finest American diplomats
Last May, TIME’s senior correspondent for the Middle East described Edward S. Walker, Jr., ’62 as “among the finest American diplomats to have served in the State Department” in a piece titled “Wise Men To Obama: ‘We Stand With You.’” More ...
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