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From left bottom, Sindy Liu '18, Mitchel Herman '19, Eseosa Asiruwa '18 and Matt Goon '18.
Can Physiological Sensors Predict Psychological State?

This summer, computer science concentrators Sindy Liu’18, Eseosa Asiruwa’18, Mitchel Herman’19 and Matthew Goon’18 are doing research with machine learning on outputs from various sensors. The research project is directed by Stephen Harper Kirner Chair of Computer Science Stuart Hirshfield.  More ...

Beatty ’17 Beauty Blogger at BASE BUTTER

A summer internship at a start-up company in New York City is enabling Janika Beatty ’17 to explore a couple different interests: the beauty industry and blogging.  Beatty is working for BASE BUTTER, a new company that produces an all- natural multipurpose body butter.  Support for Beatty’s internship is made possible by Daniel Fielding ’07 and managed through Hamilton’s Career and Life Outcomes Center.  More ...

Pat LeGates '18
Taking Notes

He’s a neuroscience concentrator, but Pat LeGates ’18  is spending the summer exploring a very different interest.  He’s composing experimental electronic music and video and studying the relationship between the two through an Emerson Foundation grant.  More ...

Claire Han '19
Han ’19 Developing Interest in Software

Claire Han ’19 is working this summer as a software development intern at Resource Systems Group (RSG) in White River Junction, Vt. RSG, Han explained, is “a consulting firm that offers services in transportation planning, market strategy, and custom software development.” Han, who is a prospective computer science major, aims to learn as much as possible about different aspects of software development. As an intern, Han said every day is a bit different, and she’s working on a variety of projects. Some of her work includes translating code, while other days she attends department meetings or participates in training. This means she gets to learn not only about software development, but about consulting.  More ...

A Link Between Past and Present

Marisabel Rey ’19 is exploring the link between past and present in her native Peru this summer through an Emerson project that will examine the lingering oral storytelling tradition of the Peruvian highlands.    More ...

Eddie Brennan '19
Eddie Brennan ’19: Multitasking Marketing Master

Twenty rising sophomores are spending the summer completing career-related experiences through First-Year Forward, a program run by Hamilton’s Career and Life Outcomes Center. Their goals are to develop skills in communication, networking and interviewing, and to assess their own strengths and career interests. Internships this summer will help them to define and build toward career goals. Eddie Brennan ’19 is interning at the Fountainhead Group.  More ...

Hamilton's women's soccer team with youth players at a clinic in Bermuda.
Women's Soccer Team Travels to Bermuda

The Hamilton Women’s Soccer team embarked on an unforgettable journey to Bermuda in May. Players and coaches enjoyed getting to know the local people, the history of the island, the thriving culture and of course, the finest international competition.  More ...

Michelle Woodward '17 in Harlem.
Building a Gallery Exhibit from the Ground Up

Michelle Woodward ’17 is not one to let things slide. The Hamilton College art history major started a methodical search for summer internships during the fall semester, when she was studying in Siena, Italy. Woodward spent a week researching New York City art galleries that feature modern and contemporary art, complied a list of 10 to 15 of them and pumped out an individualized cover letter and a résumé to each.  More ...

Andre Burnham ’18 and Fiona McLaughlin ’19.
Queen Bees and Wannabees: Examining Bee Fitness

Over the past decade, bees have been dying and colonies collapsing in unprecedented numbers, posing a threat not only to the bees themselves, but to the many crops they pollinate. Scientists are still working to understand all the factors that pose risks to bees. This summer, Andre Burnham ’18 and Fiona McLaughlin ’19 are contributing their own research to this important question by comparing the fitness of locally raised queen bees and queen bees imported from California.  More ...

Emma Reynolds '17
Planting a Love of Poetry

Emma Reynolds ’17 is spending this summer pursuing one of her passions – poetry. The comparative literature concentrator is doing Emerson Grant-funded research on the construction of poetry syllabi at the college and high school level.  More ...

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