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The HWS Update

HWS students presented research at the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology conference in Philadelphia. Under the guidance of Professor of Biology Patricia Mowery and Associate Professor of Chemistry Kristin Slade, nine students presented their research at the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) in Philadelphia in April. Topics of research cover

Program provides deep understanding of quantitative data analysis   Numbers tell stories, and with a new minor in data analytics, students will build skills to present those stories by drawing meaningful conclusions from data and putting those conclusions to work. Offered starting this fall, the program is designed to provide students in any field with

After four years of impressive play on the ice, members of the Hobart hockey Class of 2021 are working around the world in a variety of fields. During their four years of play on the Hobart hockey team, members of the Class of 2021 had a stunning track record on the ice, and their post-graduation

A new minor in aquatic sciences capitalizes on the campus’ long history of limnologic research and leverages the Colleges’ location on Seneca Lake. Combining courses from the natural sciences, mathematics and computer science, Hobart and William Smith recently approved an aquatic sciences minor. The interdisciplinary minor, to be first offered in spring 2022, will draw

The Department of Mathematics’ summer Research Experience for Undergraduates provided students with close faculty mentorship, research opportunities and insight about graduate study in the field. Students in the 2021 cohort went on to win national recognition from the Mathematical Association of America. Hobart and William Smith’s third annual Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, grant

“Your mentor only has one hour for you. What are you going to use it for?” Ruiwan Xu ’11 likes to ask young professionals. Her advice? Touch base with them during life’s big moments. And leave the conversation having added value. Xu is the founder and CEO of CareerTu, an online school in digital marketing, data analysis

In a new Media & Society course, HWS students explore the cultural contexts of video games — and produce games of their own.

“HWS research students are not laboratory assistants; they are co-investigators into our unknown world. They design experiments, collaborate within their labs, with other labs on campus often from other departments, and with labs at other institutions. Thanks to the Sherman Fairchild Foundation’s support and other ongoing initiatives, we anticipate the number of research students on campus this summer to reach an all-time high,” says Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Affairs Joe Rusinko.

Kidus Asmare Ayele’ 23 will join UnitedHealth Group as a technological development intern this summer. With a strong academic background in computer science, Kidus Asmare Ayele ’23 will begin a 10-week internship with UnitedHealth Group in Raleigh, N.C., in June. Working on a team of eight summer interns in the company’s software engineering group, Ayele

Gina Perini ’95, the Chair of the Board of Directors and CEO of Somos Inc., was named the winner of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year 2020 Award, New Jersey Program. Perini leads Somos, a top provider of registry management and data solutions that administers more than 800 million local and wireless telephone numbers