Bishop Curry 1

Love, self-care and healing relationships were the focus of a live virtual discussion with Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry ’75 on Nov.…

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Founders day Speakers

Four William Smith alums — Rachel Henderson ’06, senior vice president of corporate social good at Fenton; Delvina Morrow ’09, director of strategic and community initiatives for the Pittsburgh Penguins;…

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Travalia Girard DU

Due to limited availability of textbooks in her field, Associate Professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies Caroline Travalia has used excerpts from texts and created her own materials over the…

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Khanh Le DU

Khanh “Kristen” Le ’20 has had her Honors project in psychological science accepted for publication in The Journal of Genetic Psychology, an academic journal dedicated to research and theory in…

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Murphy2

When Shannon Murphy ’20, MAT ’21 was studying abroad in Ireland, she wanted to find a way to keep her interests alive—especially her appreciation of fantasy and sci-fi comic books,…

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Emerson Society

The Emerson Society is a key component of the Colleges’ annual fundraising efforts, with members making HWS a priority in their philanthropy by giving $2,000 or more per year. This…

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Ashdown Dixe Talmage

Associate Professor of Psychological Science Brien Ashdown, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies Craig Talmage and Alessa Dixe ’21 have published an article in the International Journal of Community Well-Being. “The…

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Melanie Conroy-Goldman Book

Professor of English Melanie Conroy-Goldman’s debut novel The Likely World continues to garner praise through print, podcasts and virtual events. Parade Magazine sorted through hundreds of books to name The…

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veterans

To mark Veterans Day, three HWS alums will gather for a virtual conversation about military service and what it means to serve. The event will take place on Wednesday, Nov.…

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Tim Sharon Clark

The near northwest neighborhood in Indianapolis, Ind., can be rough. A high-crime area, it’s not unusual to hear gunshots as you pass through. But for Timothy Clark ’87 and his…

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