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In a new book chapter, Associate Professor of Media and Society Leah Shafer examines the mockumentary chronicling of the fictional paper company Dunder Mifflin and the lives of its employees,…

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Alums Forecast Weather for Insurance Industry


Geoscience graduates Elliott Morrill ’15 and Pamela Eck ’15 are putting their passion and knowledge for meteorology to work in the insurance sector helping to forecast the likelihood of weather…

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HWS Launches InteractiveMap and Virtual Tour


With 360-degree panoramic views from atop St. Mark’s tower, detailed descriptions and photographs of residence halls, and such features as a 3D rendering of the William Scandling research vessel,  the…

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Kievit ’12 Publishes on Mental Health and Exercise


In a recent article in the CrossFit Journal, Amy Kievit ’12 reflects on how the fitness regimen has helped her manage anxiety. As Kievit describes in the article, “A Membership…

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Investing in HWS


Hobart and William Smith have had a remarkable year marked by significant milestones thanks to the enduring generosity of alumni, alumnae, parents and friends of the Colleges. Whether it has…

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Pitch Semifinalists
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The annual Stu Lieblein ’90 Pitch Contest has once again attracted top entrepreneurial talent on campus, as nine individuals and one group of three students have moved on to the…

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Charles Temple reads the book Otis by Lauren Long for read for the record
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Professor of Education Charles Temple recently made four trips to Tajikistan to help improve reading outcomes for students in grades one through four. Through the United States Agency for International Development…

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In a December CNN article, Clifton Hood, the George E. Paulsen ’49 Professor of American History and Government, weighs in on the import and feasibility of tech billionaire Elon Musk’s…

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Geoscience Prof. Laird and student Augusta Williams ’13 are studying how bird migration patterns affect what appears on weather radar systems. They’ll be heading to Utah on Dec. 15 to begin an on-site study.
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The migration patterns of eared grebes, a type of waterfowl, are the focus of an article co-written by Professor of Geoscience Neil Laird and Augusta Williams ’13, published in the…

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“No workday, photo shoot or article is ever the same,” says Christopher Legaspi ’12, menswear editor at Vanity Fair. Working with politicians, actors and other high profile talent means his…

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TheOffice_4
Published December 14th, 2017 by

In a new book chapter, Associate Professor of Media and Society Leah Shafer examines the mockumentary chronicling of the fictional paper company Dunder Mifflin and the lives of its employees,…

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Published December 13th, 2017 by

Geoscience graduates Elliott Morrill ’15 and Pamela Eck ’15 are putting their passion and knowledge for meteorology to work in the insurance sector helping to forecast the likelihood of weather…

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With 360-degree panoramic views from atop St. Mark’s tower, detailed descriptions and photographs of residence halls, and such features as a 3D rendering of the William Scandling research vessel,  the…

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In a recent article in the CrossFit Journal, Amy Kievit ’12 reflects on how the fitness regimen has helped her manage anxiety. As Kievit describes in the article, “A Membership…

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Campus_Winter_5
Published December 13th, 2017 by

Hobart and William Smith have had a remarkable year marked by significant milestones thanks to the enduring generosity of alumni, alumnae, parents and friends of the Colleges. Whether it has…

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Pitch Semifinalists
Published December 8th, 2017 by

The annual Stu Lieblein ’90 Pitch Contest has once again attracted top entrepreneurial talent on campus, as nine individuals and one group of three students have moved on to the…

Full Article

Charles Temple reads the book Otis by Lauren Long for read for the record
Published December 1st, 2017 by

Professor of Education Charles Temple recently made four trips to Tajikistan to help improve reading outcomes for students in grades one through four. Through the United States Agency for International Development…

Full Article

Boring_1
Published December 7th, 2017 by

In a December CNN article, Clifton Hood, the George E. Paulsen ’49 Professor of American History and Government, weighs in on the import and feasibility of tech billionaire Elon Musk’s…

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Geoscience Prof. Laird and student Augusta Williams ’13 are studying how bird migration patterns affect what appears on weather radar systems. They’ll be heading to Utah on Dec. 15 to begin an on-site study.
Published December 7th, 2017 by

The migration patterns of eared grebes, a type of waterfowl, are the focus of an article co-written by Professor of Geoscience Neil Laird and Augusta Williams ’13, published in the…

Full Article

Legaspi_Chris_1
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“No workday, photo shoot or article is ever the same,” says Christopher Legaspi ’12, menswear editor at Vanity Fair. Working with politicians, actors and other high profile talent means his…

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