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Toni Burdick '18, Deasia Hawkins '18
Toni Burdick ’18, Deasia Hawkins ’18 Awarded Gilman Scholarships

Antonia "Toni" Burdick ’18 and Deasia Hawkins ’18 have been awarded Gilman International Scholarship Program awards for undergraduate study abroad. Burdick plans to study in Senegal this fall through the Council on International Educational Exchange and in France in spring 2017 through the Hamilton in France program. Hawkins will study in Germany for the 2016-17 academic year through the Tufts-in-Tübingen program.  More ...

Louisa Stone '17 with U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.)
A Voice for Survivors of Sexual Violence

Louisa Stone’s ’17 internship this summer combined her passion for social justice with her goal of pursuing a career in public policy and legislation. Stone, a government major, worked for SurvJustice, a non-profit organization in Washington, D.C. that helps survivors of sexual violence to find justice through legal assistance, policy advocacy, and institutional training. Her internship is funded through the Career Center and made possible by Daniel Fielding ’07.  More ...

Martina Brave '17 with Dr. Antonio Di Cristofano at an Albert Einstein SURP poster session.
Martina Brave ’17 Researches Thyroid Cancer

In 2016, the American Cancer Association expects 62,450 new cases of thyroid cancer with approximately 2,000 deaths. Although anaplastic thyroid cancer (ATC) is fairly rare, representing approximately 5% of thyroid cancer, it is also one of the deadliest forms of cancer, with most patients dying within 6 months of diagnosis. Martina Brave’17 got the opportunity this summer to explore the mechanisms behind thyroid cancer, as part of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP).   More ...

Philip Pearle
Pearle Presents at Quantum Universe Conference

Professor of Physics Emeritus Phil Pearle recently presented “Quantized Vector Potential and the Magnetic Aharonov-Bohm Effect” during the Concepts and Paradoxes in a Quantum Universe conference held at Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ontario.  More ...

From left: Professor Adam Van Wynsberghe, David Dacres '18, Kalvin Nash '18, Erin Lewis '18, AB Abera '19 and Rich Pastor '73.
Students Present Work at Undergrad Chemistry Conference

Four Hamilton students presented their computational chemistry research during the 15th Annual Molecular Educational Research Consortium in Undergraduate computational chemistRY (MERCURY) conference. The conference was held at Bucknell University July 21-23.  More ...

Linh Do '18
Linh Do ’18 Examines Vietnam's Economy in Transition

A far-reaching economic policy that impacts countless lives can start with something as small as a grain of rice. Linh Do ’18 is spending her summer working on a research project titled, “Vietnam’s Economy in Transition,” which aims to analyze the effects of the Renovation Policy on Vietnamese rice production. Her project, undertaken with economics professor Erol Balkan, is supported by a Levitt Center Summer Research grant.  More ...

Theo Eshutu, Brave New World II, 1999, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian  Institution, museum purchase, 2008-7-1. © Theo Eshutu, courtesy the artist and Axis Gallery,  NY/NJ
Wellin Museum Presents Senses of Time

Senses of Time: Video and Film-Based Works of Africa – on view from Sept. 10 to Dec. 11 at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art – explores how time is experienced and produced by the human body. Figures stand, climb, dance and dissolve in nine works of video and film art by seven acclaimed contemporary African artists. An opening reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10. 

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Orientation leaders greet families arriving on the Hill.
They're Here.....

Members of Hamilton’s Class of 2020 are on campus, registered, moved in and unpacked. After Opening Ceremonies on the football field and First Night Dinner, the newest students are now preparing to go on their Orientation Adventure trips. Here’s a look at the Class of ’20’s first day on the Hill.  More ...

New Faculty Appointed for 2016-17

Margaret Gentry, interim vice president, academic affairs and dean of faculty, announced the appointment of new faculty for the 2016-17 academic year, including nine tenure-track appointments, 17 visiting professors and instructors, five lecturers and two teaching fellows.  More ...

Nora Klemmer '17
A Strategic Internship

Nora Klemmer ’17 is spending her summer as an intern at Mercury Public Affairs, a global, high-stakes strategy firm offering a variety of capabilities including international affairs, government relations, crisis management, campaign management and more. Her internship is made possible by Summer Internship Funding 2016, managed by the Career Center.  More ...

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