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Aulet ’19 and Ross ’19 Analyze Cherry Compounds with USDA

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At the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s research station in Geneva, N.Y., Kayla Aulet ’19 and Kenisha Ross ’19 are investigating the health properties of a summer staple: the cherry. Anthocyanins…

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Arabzada ’19 Featured in Health Magazine


Health magazine recently profiled Zahra Arabzada ’19 in its Real Life Strong Campaign, a series of stories about women who demonstrate strength, resilience and grace. Arabzada, who was also recently featured in…

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Peace Corps in Mongolia for McCarthy ’18


Trekking across the globe, Cashel McCarthy ’18 began her Peace Corps service as a public health volunteer in Mongolia in June. The recent William Smith graduate is devoting two years…

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HWS at Rochester International Jazz Festival


This summer, four HWS students performed at the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival as part of the HWS Jazz Guitar Ensemble, led by Applied Instructor of Guitar Studies Greg Wachala. The…

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Orientation Adventure


The Classes of 2022 are ready to embark on a new journey, but before matriculating during August’s Orientation, more than 100 first-years are set to backpack, kayak and sail with…

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Through the Centennial Center’s inaugural HWS Summer Sandbox Idea Accelerator, a cohort of 12 students are refining their business ideas in hopes of launching new for-profit or non-profit ventures. Over…

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Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Kirin Makker joined a panel of other experts on Connecticut Public Radio’s Colin McEnroe Show to explore the reality and mythology of small town America.…

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In the most recent issue of ASIANetworkExchange, guest-edited by Professor of Sociology Jack Harris P’02, P’06, Associate Professor of Anthropology Chris Annear and Harris discuss the frontiers between national, regional…

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Adelaide Fowle ’19 and Grace Marshall ’19 each presented their own papers at Rochester Institute of Technology’s Undergraduate Philosophy Conference this spring. “It was a great opportunity to share and…

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Brooks
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“It has been my goal to work in international marketing since the beginning of my senior year of high school,” says Brooks Follett ’19. As a 2018 Charles H. Salisbury…

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At the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s research station in Geneva, N.Y., Kayla Aulet ’19 and Kenisha Ross ’19 are investigating the health properties of a summer staple: the cherry. Anthocyanins…

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Health magazine recently profiled Zahra Arabzada ’19 in its Real Life Strong Campaign, a series of stories about women who demonstrate strength, resilience and grace. Arabzada, who was also recently featured in…

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Peace Corps
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Trekking across the globe, Cashel McCarthy ’18 began her Peace Corps service as a public health volunteer in Mongolia in June. The recent William Smith graduate is devoting two years…

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This summer, four HWS students performed at the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival as part of the HWS Jazz Guitar Ensemble, led by Applied Instructor of Guitar Studies Greg Wachala. The…

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The Classes of 2022 are ready to embark on a new journey, but before matriculating during August’s Orientation, more than 100 first-years are set to backpack, kayak and sail with…

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Summer Sandbox-00095
Published July 12th, 2018 by

Through the Centennial Center’s inaugural HWS Summer Sandbox Idea Accelerator, a cohort of 12 students are refining their business ideas in hopes of launching new for-profit or non-profit ventures. Over…

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Kirin Makker
Published July 12th, 2018 by

Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Kirin Makker joined a panel of other experts on Connecticut Public Radio’s Colin McEnroe Show to explore the reality and mythology of small town America.…

Full Article

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
Published July 15th, 2018 by

In the most recent issue of ASIANetworkExchange, guest-edited by Professor of Sociology Jack Harris P’02, P’06, Associate Professor of Anthropology Chris Annear and Harris discuss the frontiers between national, regional…

Full Article

Fowle Marshall Headshots 0001
Published July 15th, 2018 by

Adelaide Fowle ’19 and Grace Marshall ’19 each presented their own papers at Rochester Institute of Technology’s Undergraduate Philosophy Conference this spring. “It was a great opportunity to share and…

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Brooks
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“It has been my goal to work in international marketing since the beginning of my senior year of high school,” says Brooks Follett ’19. As a 2018 Charles H. Salisbury…

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