The Senior Program
The Senior Program serves as an integrating and culminating experience for all Hamilton students. At the center of the Senior Program is the senior project, in which you focus and apply the knowledge and skills you have developed in your first three years of study. The senior project takes different forms in different disciplines. But each student works closely with at least one faculty member, and the project typically concludes with a public presentation or defense. As a student with an interdisciplinary concentration, you will design your own Senior Program as part of your overall plan of study; the Committee on Academic Standing must approve it.
Recent examples of research projects in interdisciplinary studies include:
- Riesling Rising: New York State of Wine