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William F. McGowan elected to serve GENEVA, N.Y.—Geneva Scholarship Associates (GSA) has elected William F. McGowan to serve as the organization’s new board president. McGowan, a graduate of Syracuse University and University of Michigan Law School, has been practicing law in Geneva for 40 years. An active member of the Geneva community, McGowan has been

Matthew C. Lamanna ’97 has been named assistant curator of vertebrate paleontology at the prestigious Carnegie Museum of Natural History. He was featured in the Sunday, June 27, Finger Lakes Times article “Making waves in paleontology.” target=”new” According to the article, two weeks ago, Lamanna returned from doing field work in Patogonia, near the southern

Rosina Lombardi ’01, a chemistry alumna, received a prestigious NASA graduate fellowship to study life on Mars. Lombardi is pursuing the Ph.D. in chemistry/biophysics at Syracuse University and was recently notified that she has received a NASA pre-doctoral fellowship based on a proposal that she authored titled “Detection of Chirality in Amino Acids Using Fourier

L. Scott Clark, a member of the Hobart Class of 1988, has been promoted to executive director of laboratory services at Gentris Corporation, a clinical pharmacogenomics testing and diagnostic products company. Clark has held numerous corporate and academic research positions in pharmacogenomics, molecular biology, genotoxicology, mutational spectra, and DNA sequencing. He held the position of

“The Lost Dinosaurs of Egypt” will air tonight on the A&E Network featuring Matthew C. Lamanna, a 1997 graduate of Hobart College, who participated in the Sahara Desert dig. GENEVA, N.Y.—The A&E network is promoting its upcoming documentary as a real-life “Indiana Jones” adventure. The documentary will feature Matthew C. Lamanna, a Hobart graduate and

In recognition of remarkable service and professional achievement, at the 2019 Commencement ceremony, Hobart and William Smith Colleges awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters to Gloria Robinson Lowry ’52, L.H.D. ’19, a graduate who embodies the values and character of the HWS community. In a career spanning from the civil rights movement