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The HWS Update

Join students, classmates, faculty and staff on campus for Homecoming and Family Weekend 2021. From athletics to art exhibits to admissions tours, HWS Homecoming and Family Weekend (Sept. 24-26) has a wide range of events on campus and around Geneva. “We have some great things planned — great opportunities to reconnect with friends, professors and

Lessons on guiding leaders through times of rapid and unpredictable change. Dr. Stephen Cohen ’67 will visit campus on Monday, Nov. 1 to speak to students interested in careers in psychology. His talk “Confessions of an Applied Psychologist: Surviving vs. Thriving” is drawn from his decades of experience in industrial-organizational psychology research and consulting. The

On his podcast, Guys Talking Yoga, Derek Vanderwarker ’96 interviewed Dan Bornstein, Ph.D. ’95, a health and exercise science expert at The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina. Launched in 2021, Guys Talking Yoga is a podcast featuring informative, entertaining, short-form interviews with men sharing their yogic path to encourage more men to embrace

Tyler Fuller ’18 is finishing his fourth year in medical school at SUNY Upstate Medical University’s Rural Medical Scholars Program. He completed his pediatrics, emergency medicine, family medicine and surgical rotations in the Finger Lakes. At the height of the pandemic, Tyler Fuller ’18 continued to pursue his goal of becoming a physician in order

The ethnographic Honors research conducted by Chloé Sudduth ’17 at HWS has been published as a peer-reviewed article in The Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography. Sudduth has been accepted to the Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice Ph.D. program. In the past decade, Geneva, N.Y. has emerged as a celebrated food and beverage hub with many

Sarah Walters ’19 Lands Post with Hillel at University of Rochester As the newly appointed Director of Jewish Student Life for Hillel at the University of Rochester, Sarah Walters ’19 is promoting engagement and developing and facilitating programs for undergraduates as well as building engagement among graduate students. She says she’s looking forward to creating meaningful

Beginning in the fall of 2021, HWS will offer an Advanced Certificate in Management (CiM). Continuing to build on the undergraduate liberal arts experience, Hobart and William Smith will now offer an Advanced Certificate in Management (CiM). The program is designed to help students develop skills, knowledge and insight in strategic management principles. “Many students

Research conducted on the microclimates in Watkins Glen gorge by Chad Hecht ’14 and Professor of Geoscience Neil Laird was recently published in the scientific journal Physical Geography. The July 2021 issue of Physical Geography features “Influence of cold fronts on microscale atmospheric conditions within the complex terrain of Watkins Glen Gorge, New York” by

Dorothy H. Wickenden ’76, L.H.D. ’14 discusses her new book at the Seward House Museum in Auburn, N.Y. Next month, the Seward House Museum welcomes Executive Editor of The New Yorker and former Hobart and William Smith Colleges Trustee Dorothy H. Wickenden ’76, L.H.D. ’14 as the 2021 Elsa Soderberg Distinguished Speaker. Wickenden’s new book, The Agitators: Three

Fred Matt on leadership: Provide clarity, lead by example, celebrate successBy Stan Linhorst | StanLinhorst@gmail.com Reproduced by permission of The Post-Standard.Fred Matt ’81 is president of F.X. Matt Brewing Co., the brewing company started by his great-grandfather in 1888. In the decades since then – through Prohibition, economic hard times, destructive fire, intense competition, and