In This Issue

The Science of Teaching Science

By Cynthia Berger

Hamilton's new Science Center will provide professors and students with some of the most state-of-the-art facilities and equipment at any liberal arts college in the country. But the wat science is taught at Hamilton has already shifted, and the College is emerging as a national leader with its philosophy that students learn science by doing science. More ...

Science in the Streets

By Cynthia Berger

Science at Hamilton doesn't just happen in the classrooms and labs -- it spills into the community where students connect abstract ideas with concrete issues. The result is research projects that have "real-world" public policy implications. More ...

Eureka Moments

By Sharon Rippey, Holly Foster and Stacey Himmelberger

Breakthrough treatments for cancer, new forms of energy, clues to unraveling the mysteries of the brain -- these are just a few of the discoveries made by Hamilton alumni scientists. We selected nine alumni whose "eureka moments" significantly advanced the body of knowledge in their respective fields. More ...

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