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A recent HWS workshop and symposium brought international scholars together to share publishing insights and develop their scholarly programs. Publishing academic work is not an easy endeavor; the barriers seem…

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A new study led by Professor of Biology Meghan Brown documents that Cuba is home to hundreds fewer invasive plant species than expected. Why does Cuba have comparatively fewer invasive plant…

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The National Science Foundation will support Hobart and William Smith’s atmospheric science research with a grant of more than $500,000, the second award of that size in the past year.…

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The late Supreme Court Associate Justice is the 41st recipient of the Elizabeth Blackwell Award. During her confirmation hearings before the U.S. Senate in 1993, the late Supreme Court Associate…

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Stephen Wong

Stephen Wong ’89, a long-time senior executive at Goldman Sachs, is recognized for ethics, professionalism, leadership and mentorship with the company’s prestigious John L. Weinberg Award. Stephen Wong ’89 —…

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In the intensive two-week J-Term course “Birds in Our Landscape,” expert ornithologist and Professor of Biology Mark Deutschlander guides HWS students as they study avian winter behavior and ecology. “Learning…

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Thomas “Gib” Shea ’22, who created his own major, is preparing for a public service career managing responses to emergencies like COVID-19. A volunteer firefighter and EMT since high school,…

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Immersed in the comprehensive design process as students at HWS, four recent graduates are now thriving in the renowned master’s program at the Yale School of Architecture. In the HWS…

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bizari Idealab

In six workshops throughout the fall semester, the Michael ’59 and Ellen ’60 Opell IdeaLab brought new and established entrepreneurs to help guide HWS students through key steps towards launching…

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As a 2020 Woodworth Fellow, Willa Dow ’21 researched the impact of the French colonial legacy on the economies and environmental outlooks of four central African countries. Willa Dow ’21…

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