Students and Faculty Join Forces for Summer Research

Bocas del Toro Research Station
Bocas del Toro Research Station
More than 120 Hamilton students are spending part of their summer conducting research with faculty. From Clinton to Iceland and Green Lakes to Greece, students are collaborating with Hamilton faculty on Levitt Center public affairs-related research, Emerson fellowships and science research.

Emerson recipients are exploring the communal identity in India, how Pete Seeger transformed the Hudson River and alcoholism in Russia. Levitt recipients are examining The U.S. auto industry reform, national cohesiveness in the Balkans, and future relations between the People’s Republic of China and the Holy See are among topics being explored by Levitt Summer Fellows. Some of the 85 summer science researchers are investigating nematode biodiversity of the Bocas del Toro Archipelago in Panama, early medieval gravestones of the western Irish coast, and ion concentration changes in water.
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