William Smith @ Work

The inaugural William Smith @ Work conference offers a weekend of events culminating with a series of speakers, panels, interactive career sessions and leadership development workshops with William Smith alumnae…

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This summer, HWS biology faculty and students presented the results of their summer science research at the national Botany 2018 conference in Rochester, Minn. With Assistant Professor of Biology Shannon…

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Cosentino and Brubaker

An article by Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Kristen Brubaker and Associate Professor of Biology Bradley Cosentino offers insights that may help habitat managers shape biodiversity in tracts of forested…

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Hobart and William Smith Colleges 2018-19 theatre season begins this month with John Cariani’s Love/Sick, directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Chris Woodworth. Set on an average Friday night in suburbia…

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Wasserman with Chefs0026

Join the Abbe Center for Jewish Life for an evening of “Cooking, Culture and Chemistry” with renowned author, food columnist, chef and award-winning cooking instructor Tina Wasserman and Associate Professor…

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The Hobart and William Smith Colleges vocal ensembles Chorale and Cantori will present their annual fall concert on Saturday, Oct. 20. The Chorale, accompanied by chamber orchestra, will perform George…

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Fribolin Farm Interns 2

From the ability to make firsthand observations on plant development to the chance to gain some real-world foreign language practice, three summer interns on HWS Fribolin Farm found themselves using…

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Professor of Women’s Studies and President of the National Women’s Hall of Fame Betty Bayer is getting out the vote for the Partners in Preservation nationwide voting campaign. The public may…

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The Colleges’ Center for Civic Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL), along with the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), recently launched the “Community Engaged Faculty Fellows Program” for faculty interested…

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On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, retired C.I.A. officer John Sipher ’83, P’19 met with the show’s “Uninformed Correspondent” at the new Spyscape museum in New York to discuss…

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