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The HWS Update

Geneva Scholarship Associates held its 12th Annual Casino Night on Nov. 2 raising $20,000 to support Geneva High School students attending Hobart and William Smith. The evening of gaming, raffles and celebration brought together current and past GSA scholarship recipients, their families and local supporters. Casino Night was made possible again this year by the

On Monday, June 10, Geneva Scholarship Associates (GSA) hosted its annual celebration to honor donors and past recipients, and to introduce the newest class of scholars. The GSA Board, alongside members of the Geneva and HWS communities, applauded this year’s recipients — Kate Equinozzi, Aliscia Richardson, Jacob Singleton, Nate Trowbridge and Morgan Wright, all of

Dr. Timothy J.  Ryan ’72, who grew up in Geneva, matriculated into Hobart College in 1968 as one of the first recipients of funding from Geneva Scholarship Associates (GSA). Since graduation, he has been a loyal supporter of the GSA, and in June, during the annual GSA celebration, the Colleges announced that Ryan has increased

This month, Hobart and William Smith Colleges announced that Stuart S. Piltch ’82, P’11, a past trustee of the Colleges, has pledged to fund a third endowed scholarship in honor of HWS staff members who transformed his life. The Piltch Family Endowed Scholarship Fund in Honor of Saga Employees will support qualifying Hobart and William

At the Geneva Scholarship Associates’ recent annual Casino Night, the organization’s signature fundraising event, current and past GSA scholarship recipients and their families joined local supporters and the HWS community for a night of gaming and celebration on the 50th anniversary of the GSA’s founding. The evening successfully raised $20,000 towards their initiatives. Casino Night was made possible

Caroline Wenzel Chapman ’05 was recently named the director of communications and advisement for the Canandaigua City School District. Chapman has more than a decade of experience working in Canandaigua Schools, including as a social studies teacher at both Canandaigua Academy and the Middle School. In her position, Chapman’s main role is to support internal

Geneva Scholarship Associates, a civic organization that has provided scholarship assistance helping Geneva students to attend Hobart and William Smith Colleges since 1968, has announced the appointment of five new members. Anne Buckley P’15, Mike Cutillo, Kate Ferguson-Schmidl, Steve Muzzi and Robert Schick have joined the collaborative group, a partnership between HWS and the local business

During her internship as a media planner with New York City-based Merkley+Partners, Madison Maher ’19 caught a glimpse into the world of advertising, and helped solidify her future career plans. “This internship was a crucial step in my job search process and post-graduation plans,” says Maher, who worked on the media planning team for Mercedes

On June 4, the Geneva Scholarship Associates (GSA) honored five academically and financially deserving scholarship recipients as well as recognized all who have supported GSA as the organization celebrates its 50th anniversary. Jacob Drennen ’22, Patrick FitzGerald ’22, Nathan Jacon ’22, Sofia Lawson ’22 and Tayah Payne ’22 joined more than 20 GSA scholars who

Francine D’Amico ’80 was recently named a teaching professor in the international relations program of the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. The new role recognizes D’Amico’s accomplishments in teaching, advising, service and curricular and co-curricular development since joining the Maxwell School in 2000. D’Amico currently serves as director of undergraduate studies in international relations, where