Bill Whitaker 60 Minutes
Sept. 4, 2014 NYC

Trustee Bill Whitaker ’73, L.H.D. ’97 will serve as a guest host on the iconic television game show Jeopardy. The category: HWS Alums. The answer: This HWS Trustee will serve…

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Winter Play KColton-0161B

Inspired by the spiritualist leanings of the founder of William Smith College, a new audio production by the HWS Theatre Department invites listeners to explore a third coordinate school on…

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A grant of more than $115K has been awarded to the HWS Innovative Classrooms Initiative from the New York State Higher Education Capital (HECap) Matching Grant Program. The HWS Innovative…

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Teaching Endowment DU

“It’s so important that teachers be honored and nurtured,” says Nancy Malfitano Bailey ’71, noting that she has been concerned about the dwindling numbers of students enrolled in education programs for several years. “It alarmed me well before the pandemic — and teaching is so much harder now with everything that’s going on.”

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Bodenlos Jamie Class-0005

Chair and Associate Professor of Psychological Science Jamie Bodenlos has been elected vice president of the eastern region of international psychology honor society Psi Chi. Since founding the HWS chapter…

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Liz Maguire 69

Elizabeth “Liz” Shires Maguire ’69 looks back on a four-decade career in public health — and imparts advice on leadership and mentorship — in her new memoir. Sometimes opportunity knocks.…

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Adam Wallace 04

Adam Wallace ’04 has been promoted to the level of associate at Kaplan Thompson Architects, a sustainable design firm based in Portland, Maine. The sustainable design firm Kaplan Thompson Architects…

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Celebrating Excellence

The William Smith Dean’s Office hosted a virtual ceremony celebrating the outstanding achievements of William Smith students on Thursday, Feb. 25. Allison Sperling Morris ’10, an attorney with the U.S.…

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Patrick Solomon DU

In a post on social media, Patrick Solomon ’92, P’20, P’23 shares the story of his 2019 heart transplant. “Pat, are you awake? You have a new heart.” Those were…

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Michael Hettich

The Mica Mine, a book of poetry by Michael Hettich ’75 has won the 2020 Lena Shull Book Award from the North Carolina Poetry Society and will be published by…

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