Professor of Women’s Studies Betty Bayer joined a panel of distinguished speakers for the unveiling of the historic plaque marking the hospital founded by Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell Class of 1849, the first woman in America to receive her degree as a Doctor of Medicine.
Strong leadership skills and a solid grounding in mathematics and finance have landed Taylor Mancini ’19 an internship with Genworth, an industry leader in long-term care insurance and financial solutions for aging adults.
At the conclusion of another year marked by more than 80,000 hours of service, the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning recognized outstanding contributions to local initiatives at the 10th annual Community Engaged Scholarship Forum on May 1.
In recognition of outstanding scholarship and their impact as teachers, the Hobart Alumni Association and William Smith Alumnae Association will honor Professor Emerita of Art History Elena Ciletti and Interim President and Professor Emeritus of Economics Patrick A. McGuire L.H.D. ’12 with the Distinguished Faculty Award during this year’s Reunion.