Tamara Payne

The epic biography of Malcolm X, begun by the late Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Les Payne P’88 and completed by his daughter Tamara Payne ’88, was named the winner of…

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Faithe Bey DU

With her 2019–20 collection, “We Are the Blueprint,” artist Faithe Bey ’21 calls attention to all the ways Black women are the inspiration and standard-bearers for contemporary images of feminine…

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Worden Alan

Alan Worden ’87 is harnessing data analytics to develop a national distribution strategy for the COVID-19 vaccine, to ensure the country’s most vulnerable have access as soon as it’s approved.…

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With social distancing protocols in place for in-person classes, Hobart and William Smith faculty and students are teaching and learning in unusual spaces, from Scandling Campus Center to Bristol Gym.…

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As the 2020 Nobel Prize announcement week begins, Professor of History Derek Linton, a national authority on the history of medicine and immunology, is featured in an article about Emil von…

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Lisa Patti Media and Society

For her analytical scholarship on the economic, political and aesthetic implications of global cinema, Associate Professor of Media and Society Lisa Patti has been selected as this year’s recipient of…

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As the 2019-20 John R. and Florence B. Kinghorn Global Fellow, Professor of Religious Studies Richard Salter ’86, P’15 engaged the HWS community and local students in a series of…

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Monson Kenyon

This year, two outstanding HWS faculty members have been selected as recipients of endowed professorships. Created and supported through the generosity of numerous alumni, alumnae and friends, these awards underwrite…

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Clarence A. “Dave” Davis Jr. ’48, whose generosity and vision have transformed the Colleges’ visual arts facilities and operations, passed away earlier this month. Davis was born on Sept. 2,…

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During her final semester at HWS, Tatianna Suriel ’20 embarked on a project to highlight the value of bilingual education and ways to improve outcomes and opportunities for students. [Please…

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