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Katherine Dilyard '10
Katharine Dilyard ’10 Awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Russia
Katharine Dilyard ’10, a candidate for May graduation from Hamilton, has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) to Russia. Dilyard is a world politics and Russian studies major at Hamilton. More ...
Corinne Bancroft '10
Corinne Bancroft '10 Gives Paper at Narrative Conference
Corinne Bancroft '10 gave a paper titled “A Story We Tell to Ourself: The Rhetoric of Border Narratives” at the International Conference on Narrative in Cleveland on April 8-11. This was the 25th anniversary of the conference and there were more than 300 papers presented by scholars from around the world. Bancroft was the only undergraduate student to present and is one of about six in the history of the conference More ...
Nate Fedrizzi '10
Nathan Fedrizzi '10 Receives Bristol Fellowship
Nathan Fedrizzi ’10 has been awarded the College’s prestigious Bristol Fellowship. The Bristol Fellowship was begun in 1996 as part of a gift to Hamilton College by William M. Bristol Jr., (Class of 1917). The purpose of the fellowship is to perpetuate Mr. Bristol’s spirit and share it with students of the College that was such an important part of his life. Created by his family, the fellowship is designed to encourage Hamilton students to experience the richness of the world by living outside the United States for one year and studying an area of great personal interest. More ...
Phillip Milner '10
Phillip Milner ’10 and Tom Morrell ’10 Awarded NSF Fellowships
Two Hamilton seniors, Phillip Milner and Tom Morrell, have been awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships. Milner is a chemistry/math double major who will be starting a Ph.D. program in chemistry in the fall, at an institution yet to be determined. Morrell is a chemistry major who will begin a Ph.D. program in chemistry at Princeton in the fall. More ...
Taylor Adams '11
Taylor Adams '11 and Deborah Barany '11 Named Goldwater Scholars
Taylor Adams ’11 and Deborah Barany ’11 have been named Barry M. Goldwater Scholars for the 2010-11 academic year. They are among 278 scholars from across the U.S. to receive the Goldwater, the premier national undergraduate award in the fields of mathematics, the natural sciences and engineering. Kevin Graepel ’11 received honorable mention. More ...
Opening Round Championship Series Mock Trial Team
Mock Trial Team Competes in Opening Round Championship Series
Hamilton’s Mock Trial team placed 12th (out of 24) at its Opening Round Championship Series competition held March 13-14 at Pace Law School. Competing on Hamilton’s team were Dorian Bakogiannis ’10, Liz Farrington ’10, Noah Bishop ’11, Julia Goldstein ’12, Beth O’Meara ’12, Tyler Roberts ’12, Alex Rued ’12, Ian Thresher ’12, Libby Gutschenritter ’13 and Marta Johnson ’13. More ...
Lydia Rono '11
Lydia Rono ’11 Awarded Davis Peace Project Fellowship for School Building Project in Kenya
Lydia Rono ’11 has been awarded a Davis Peace Project Fellowship program grant of $10,000. Through her project, titled Education for Peace, she hopes to build one secondary school classroom and one rest room in Barekeiwo Village in Kenya, thus qualifying Barekeiwo High School for Kenyan government educational funding. This would supplement the one classroom and one staff room already built by the community. More ...
Kevin Rowe '10
Kevin Rowe '10 Presents at Conference
Kevin Rowe '10 presented a poster at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco on April 1. The poster was a summary of his government thesis, titled "Community and the Cosmopolis: Planning the American City After Modernism." The trip was funded by the Class of 1979 Travel Award. More ...
Jeffrey Harris '10
Talkwheel, Brainchild of Jeff Harris '10, Turns Into Success
Through his interface on the web, Jeff Harris ’10 noticed a void on the Internet when it came to the ability to have group conversations. So he did what any budding software entrepreneur would do – he moved to Silicon Valley and built a discussion platform that makes group conversation and overall collaboration possible. The result is Talkwheel, a company Harris founded alone, but has since built a team to include the brightest and smartest minds of Silicon Valley. In March Talkwheel added three new members including the lead architect from IBM’s Lotus Notes, who is coming on as vice president of product development. More ...
Hamilton's Mississippi Habitat for Humanity ASB group in Roanoke, Va.
Alumnus/Parents Provide Southern Hospitality to ASB Group
Steve Talevi ’79, P’10 and his wife Jacqueline opened their home to a group of Hamilton students on an Alternative Spring Break trip in March. The students, who volunteered at Habitat for Humanity in Mississippi, spent a night at the Talevi’s home in Roanoke, Va., as a halfway point on their way back to campus. The ASB group included Jennifer Talevi ’10. More ...
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