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Events


SAVE THE DATES: June 9–12, 2022

Reunions ’21 Postponed


We’ll welcome not one, not two, but THREE reunion cohorts to celebrate together in 2022. Imagine spending the weekend with three out of four classes that shared campus with you!

These events are open to all alumni, parents, and friends. There also are regional alumni associations that provide opportunities to organize additional activities.

Meet the Faculty with Professor Alex Manning

4/13/2021, 4:30 PM VIRTUAL

Alex Manning, assistant professor of sociology, joined the faculty in July 2020. Hear about how the study of sociology has helped him make sense of all that went on in 2020.

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50th Forum - The Arts @ Hamilton: Then and Now with Michael Shapiro ’71 and Tracy Adler

4/14/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join Michael Shapiro ’71, director emeritus of the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, and Tracy L. Adler, Johnson-Pote director of the Wellin Museum of Art, for a light-hearted conversation about the visual arts at Hamilton from the late 1960s through the present.

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Diversity and Inclusion: Where We Go From Here

4/14/2021, 8:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join the Alumni Council’s Regional Affairs committee in the first of a series of conversations focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

This special event will feature Phyllis Breland ’80, retired professor and member of the DEI Advisory Council, for a conversation on the past, present, and future of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives at Hamilton College. The conversation will be guided by our own Megan Hauck ’04, vice-chair of the Washington, D.C., region, and Jimmy Nguyen ’14, vice-chair of the Boston region.

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Nineties Nostalgia - Mocktails & Merriment with Josie Collier ’97

4/16/2021, 8:30 PM VIRTUAL

Did you acquire a new skill or take up a hobby during the pandemic? Did you try your hand at making your own sourdough starter? Like many others in lockdown, Alumni Association President Josie Collier ’97, P’14 began to channel her energy and perfected a few make-at-home mocktails, which she swears are just as delicious as cocktails. Join Josie for a gathering of 90s alumni to recreate her twist on "the best" drink, the Bee's Knees. We hope you will attend and share your own favorite concoctions with alumni from the classes of the 90s.

 

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Arboretum Association Talk: Beekeeper Scott Hart on Why We Need Bees

4/17/2021, 10:00 AM VIRTUAL

A passionate beekeeper for almost a decade Scott Hart can answer just about any question from aspiring or experienced beekeepers. For the past eight years, he was worked to maintain hives with no treatment. Scott also makes his own queens and strives for genetics to help drive the bees past the huge issue of varroa mites. A recent sampling of his hives proved he was on the right track: his hives had some of the lowest numbers of mites out of all the hives that were tested in NY state. 

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2016 Virtual Reunion: Baking Opus Chocolate Chip Cookies and Little Pub Trivia Night

4/18/2021, 5:30 PM VIRTUAL

Opus Chocolate Chip Cookies and Little Pub Trivia Night make a triumphant return to mark the class of 2016's 5th reunion. 

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How They Wrote It: The Writing Process and Getting Published

4/19/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join published authors, Sam Wagner ’14 and Jenna Langbaum ’15, as they delve into their writing processes, how they stay inspired, and their journey to getting published. Jenna is a creative director, copywriter, poet, and playwright. Her collection of micro fiction, Me in Search of You, will be released May 2021. Sam is a freelance writer and poet. His works include The Poetry of Beer and Some Kind of Angel: A Little Book of Bleak.

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She's Beautiful When She's Angry: The Beginnings of the Women's Movement with Melanie Sutherland K’79

4/20/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join filmmaker Mary Dore and Melanie Sutherland K’79 for a conversation about the beginnings of the women's movement as covered in Dore's documentary film, "She's Beautiful When She's Angry."

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Hamiltonians Built This: Tomo featuring Greg Schwartz ’94

4/21/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

After a very successful 13 year career at Zillow, Greg Schwartz ’94 has launched his own fintech startup, Tomo Networks, that improves the homebuying experience for prospective homeowners. Tomo will provide what we want and deserve: the efficiency of a tech-enabled real estate transaction and the intimacy of having a team of elite professionals on our side.

Tomo Networks, which started in October of 2020, is planning to officially launch this spring. This event is great for anyone interested in startups, fintech, real estate and beyond!

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Whisky Tasting for the 80s

4/22/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Calling all 80's alumni! A representative from George A. Dickel & Co., will be providing a virtual whisky tasting for all of the 80's classes - brought to you by the Class of 1980. Come sip along with us!

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Theatre on Pause with Rachel Weinstein ’93, Rachael Wilkin ’18, Lindsey Pearlman ’08, and Michael Breslin ’13

4/29/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

On March 12, Broadway (and theatres across the country) shuttered its doors as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. One year later, theatre is still on an extended “Intermission” with no reopening yet in sight. Join us as four theatre professionals from the Hamilton community talk about how they and their industry have been impacted by the pandemic. 

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Cultural Diplomacy with Ned Walker ’62, Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory Emeritus

4/29/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join Ned Walker ’62, the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory Emeritus for a discussion on "Cultural Diplomacy" informed by his expertise and interest in Middle Eastern affairs.

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Creativity in a Box

5/4/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Details coming soon!

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American Identity: An Omni-American Alternative with Greg Thomas ’85

5/6/2021, 7:30 PM VIRTUAL

Join Greg Thomas ’85 for a discussion of the civic themes in his mentor Albert Murray's book, The Omni-Americans: Black Experience and American Culture. Greg will explore the rich diversity of our nation and the ethnic, regional, and ideological pluralism that results in conflicts that have recently turned violent.

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Arboretum Association Talk with Landscape Designer Jan Johnsen

5/8/2021, 10:00 AM VIRTUAL

In her presentation, The Spirit of Stone, Jan shares creative and practical ways to use natural stone in the garden, from rock gardens to dry streams, and as benches, art, paths, and more.

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A New Look at Evidence of Glacial Retreat in the Upper Mohawk Valley Region Using LiDAR Images with Bob Allers ’74

5/11/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Bob Allers ’74 will present a program on the Glacial Geology in Oneida, Madison, and Herkimer Counties as seen in LiDAR Images. During the past year, Bob had a chance to interact with an upper-level geoscience class at Hamilton College and to learn a bit about GIS (Global Information Systems) and LiDAR imaging.

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Right/Wrong, How Technology Transforms Our Ethics: A Conversation with John Werner ’92 and Juan Enriquez

5/12/2021, 7:30 PM VIRTUAL

Please join as venture investor John Werner ’92 speaks with long-time friend and collaborator Juan Enriquez about Juan's book, Right/Wrong, How Technology Transforms Our Ethics.

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50th Forum: Higher Education in an Age of Smarter Machines with Gene Roche ’71

5/18/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

H.G. Wells warned that “civilization is in a race between education and catastrophe” – a warning that seems even more urgent today than it was a century ago. What do citizens need to know about artificial intelligence and robotics to participate effectively in this new age?

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A Conversation with New York Times bestselling author Mark Sullivan ’80

5/18/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join acclaimed author Mark Sullivan ’80 for an evening of literature, adventure, and reminiscences. 

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Celebrating Dan Chambliss

5/19/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

After decades of teaching at Hamilton College, Sociology Professor Dan Chambliss is retiring! Join other former students as well as current students and other friends in the Chambliss fan club for this special event to share stories and memories while we raise a glass to honor Dan and all that he’s done for his scores of students over these many years.

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Sustainable Investing with David Blood ’81

6/12/2021, 2:00 PM VIRTUAL

David Blood ’81, co-founder and Senior Partner of Generation Investment Management, will discuss the development of sustainable investing and explain the long-term commercial and societal benefits of this approach.

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