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Spring 2009


In this issue

Buff, Blue and Green

This issue of the Alumni Review looks at sustainability on the Hill and beyond from four perspectives: how faculty and curriculum focus on the environment; how campus operations and the physical plant are working to shrink Hamilton's "carbon footprint"; how students are involving themselves in environmental issues; and what alumni are doing in the professional sphere to shape the planet's future

Spring 2009

Faculty: Thinking, Talking Across Borders

Climate change requires an interdisciplinary response -- and that's what Hamilton's classrooms and research labs happen to be best at.

Spring 2009

Operations: More Aware and More Efficient

The American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment is just one chapter in a long-developing mission to become a carbon-neutral campus.

Spring 2009

Students: 'From the Top Down and the Bottom Up'

From campus-wide recycling to festivities such as Green Week to environmental get-smark activities like the Dorm Energy Battle, students help lead the way on sustainability.

Spring 2009

Alumni: Working for a Greener Future

They come from a spectrum of disciplines, interests and idologies, but they have in common a background on the Hill and a commitment to a sustainable world.

Contact Information


Stacey Himmelberger

Editor, Hamilton Alumni Review
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
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