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Wharton's Jensen Discusses Gender Bias

Robert Jensen, professor of economics and public policy at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, gave a Levitt Center- sponsored talk on April 21 about the gender bias in developing countries. In particular, he focused on the economic and cultural implications of preferences toward male children in India.  More ...

Samantha Srinivasan, Thomas Duda, Alex Black and Jack Confrey presented posters at the Parilia classics conference on April 15.
Hamilton Hosts Parilia Classics Conference

The Classics Department hosted the annual undergraduate research conference, Parilia, with Union and Skidmore Colleges on April 15. For about 15 years, the conference has been held around the time of Rome’s birthday, April 21. The host college rotates among the three each year.  More ...

Amrika Sieunarine '16
Amrika Sieunarine ’16 Awarded College's Bristol Fellowship

Amrika Sieunarine ’16 has been awarded Hamilton’s Bristol Fellowship for her project “Women and Poverty: Uncommon Perspectives on an All Too Common Struggle.” 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. Sieunarine will receive a $30,000 award and travel to Brazil, Greece, Bangladesh, Thailand and Ghana.  More ...

S. Brent Plate
Plate Makes Presentations Across Europe

Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate recently gave presentations at several venues in Europe. He discussed interreligious relations in Spain and then traveled to Sweden and Germany to discuss sacred scriptures and texts.  More ...

Seniors Brisa Camacho-Lovell and Katie Conroy marvel at the Technicolor dyes on display in the Eastman Museum atrium.
Hispanic Studies Class Visits Eastman Museum

Students in the Hispanic Studies Latin American film course (HSPT 323/423) recently visited the George Eastman Museum, in Rochester, N.Y., home to an important celluloid film collection. They viewed key works in the George Eastman archives and toured climate-controlled celluloid vaults.  More ...

Jenny Yang in the Red Pit
Yang Asks "What Would You Do If Money Didn't Matter?"

Writer and comedian Jenny Yang began her April 20 lecture by playing a modified game of “Heads Up, 7 Up” to get a sense of the crowd in the Red Pit. She started with general questions like class year, and asked attendees to cover their eyes as she asked more sensitive questions, including financial aid status and families’ academic backgrounds.  More ...

The fashion design group shows off their cape inspired by a butterfly.
Art Partners

For the second year, Hamilton students served as mentors to Clinton Middle School students who are participating in Olympics of the Visual Arts (OVA).  OVA is a state-wide competition where middle schoolers have the opportunity to participate in longer term art projects outside of the classroom.  More ...

Hamilton Remains on the $10 Bill

Having lobbied for the retention of Alexander Hamilton’s image on the $10 bill, Hamilton College is pleased with today’s announcement by U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew. The College, which is named for the first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury who also served as its first trustee, also supports Secretary Lew’s intent to add illustrious women in U.S. history on the $10 bill and to honor Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill.  More ...

Sharon Werning Rivera
Rivera Publishes Article in Russian Journal

Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera recently published an article titled “Is Russia Too Unique to Learn from Abroad? Elite Attitudes on Foreign Borrowing and the West, 1993-2012” in Sravnitel’naya politika (Comparative Politics).  More ...

“Understanding Gender Bias in Developing World”

Robert Jensen, professor of business economics and public policy at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, will present a lecture titled “Understanding Gender Bias in the Developing World” on Thursday, April 21, at 7 p.m., in the Chapel. The lecture is sponsored by the Levitt Center and is free and open to the public.  More ...

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