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Dave Tewksbury
National Geographic Presents Tewksbury Research

The National Geographic Daily News site published an article focused on research conducted by Geosciences Technician Dave Tewksbury on May 28. “Japan's Secret WWII Weapon: Balloon Bombs” described the Japanese plan to use balloon bombs propelled across the Pacific by jet stream currents to the United States. The story was an outgrowth of a poster Tewksbury presented at the annual Geological Society of America meeting in 2008.  More ...

Mike Sprague, Yvonne Schick '13 and Mike Neidhart.
Three Employees Receive Tobin Awards

The winners of the Beverly S. and Eugene M. Tobin Employee Awards were announced and employees celebrating significant anniversaries were recognized at Hamilton’s 29th annual employee service recognition luncheon on May 20 at Soper Commons.  More ...

Jim Helmer
Helmer Publishes Book Chapter, Discusses Commencement Speakers

Jim Helmer, Oral Communications Center coordinator, recently published a chapter in The Cambridge Companion to Horseracing and was interviewed for a Baltimore Sun article about commencement speakers  More ...

The Maurice Horowitch Career Center
Chronicle of Higher Ed and The New York Times Focus on Hamilton

The College’s First Year Forward (FYF) program was the focus of an article published on May 13 in The Chronicle of Higher Education titled 'Little Tricks' Help Disadvantaged Students Plot Career Paths.” The New York Times also featured Hamilton in a Sunday, May 12, front-page article titled “On a College Waiting List? Sending Cookies Isn’t Going to Help.”   More ...

Christian Goodwillie
Goodwillie Publishes Writings by Shaker Apostates and Anti-Shakers

Christian Goodwillie, director and curator of Special Collections and Archives in Burke Library, recently published Writings of Shaker Apostates and Anti-Shakers, 1782–1850. The three-volume set was issued by Pickering and Chatto. It contains 38 separate texts.  More ...

 Inzer with (l-r) Spencer, Lauer and Burge
Inzer Discusses Admission Issues on NBC's Today Show

Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Monica Inzer made her third appearance on NBC’s Today Show on Thursday, April 11.  Financial aid, choosing a college, and wait lists  were among the topics that Inzer, Arizona State University Executive Director of Admission David Burge, University of Michigan Undergraduate Admissions Director Ted Spencer and Today Show co-host Matt Lauer discussed.  More ...

Monica Inzer
Inzer to Appear on NBC's Today Show

Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Monica Inzer will make her third appearance on NBC’s Today Show on Thursday, April 11.  Financial aid, choosing a college, taking a gap year and wait lists are among possible topics that will be addressed by Inzer, Arizona State University Executive Director of Admission David Burge and University of Michigan Undergraduate Admissions Director Ted Spencer. The segment is tentatively scheduled for 8:35 a.m. {Update: The segment has been moved to 8:10 a.m.}  More ...

Mary O'Neill
O’Neill Discusses QSR Center at JMM

Mary O’Neill, academic support coordinator and director of the Quantitative Literacy Center, presented a paper on Jan. 10 at the Joint Math Meetings of the Mathematical Association of America and the American Mathematical Society (JMM) in San Diego.  More ...

Study by Cockburn, Kelly and Hewitt Published in REHJ

“Modeling preferential admissions at elite liberal arts colleges,” a paper by Associate Professors of Mathematics Sally Cockburn and Tim Kelly and Assistant Dean of Faculty for Institutional Research Gordon Hewitt, was published in the current issue of Research in Higher Education Journal.  More ...

Robin Treen, foreground, and Patty Critelli, left, both custodial forepersons at Hamilton, and Danielle St. Pierre (background) of St. Elizabeth's, shelve books at the St. Elizabeth Family Practice in Utica.
Administration & Finance Employees Lend a Hand to Bookshelf Project

Take a group of Hamilton employees eager to volunteer in the community, put them in a warehouse full of unused books headed for the discard pile, and what has evolved is a Community Bookshelf service project that benefits many local organizations.  More ...

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