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Elizabeth “Liz” Hawes ’19 has been accepted into a Ph.D. in medical and clinical psychology at the University of Alabama Birmingham. Since graduating from Hobart and William Smith, Elizabeth “Liz”…

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A newly planted pollinator patch on campus.

A student project designed to protect and encourage pollinators won the 2021 Action Program of the Year award from the IMPACT Conference. To provide food and habitats for bees, moths,…

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Isabelle Foisy ’22 begins a finance internship at the mathematics computing software company in May. At MathWorks, which specializes in data analytics and simulation, economics major Isabelle Foisy ’22 is…

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Global Cafe

The Center for Global Education will host the SIIF Grant Showcase Global Café on Friday, April 2, from 3 to 4 p.m. on the Scandling Café Back Patio. The Global…

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Jessie Bartels ’21 reflects on her abroad experience in Australia. In 41 days, economics major and entrepreneurial studies minor Jessie Bartels ’21 says she created memories that will last a…

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In June, Ryan Righi ’21 will begin a graduate program at the University of Notre Dame. Ryan Righi ’21, an economics major and entrepreneurial studies minor, has been accepted into…

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In celebration of the Peace Corps’ 60th anniversary, we checked in with HWS alums who, due to COVID-19, were serving abroad and called home, or whose plans have been delayed.  Annika…

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For her Honors project, anthropology major Carly Kelly ’21 studied the formation of Syrian Christians’ ethnoreligious identity in Geneva. Throughout her academic career, Carly Kelly ’21 has specialized in the…

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Since President John F. Kennedy established the Peace Corps in 1961, more than 240,000 Americans have served worldwide, including scores of HWS graduates. In celebration of the agency’s 60th anniversary, Peace…

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Edie Falk ’21 has been accepted into City Year, a nonprofit organization partnered with AmeriCorps, that provides student support to high need urban schools. In August, Edie Falk ’21 will…

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