The Daily Update
Steven Phillips

An article by Dr. Steven Phillips ’62 argues that the coronavirus pandemic means that the United States is at war and that COVID-19 is “possibly the most lethal [enemy] we…

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Williams Kelsey

Despite the gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic, for Kelsey Williams ’21, it has opened a door to a rewarding internship experience. The physics major, who has a minor in chemistry,…

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Retired U.S. Marine Corps Captain Kevin Cook ’90 was recently named the chief operating officer for the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System. In the position, he oversees the…

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With help from her family, Madelin Adams ’20 has sewn 457 facemasks from their Cambria, N.Y.-home, located in Niagara County. Adams says her family mobilized after connecting to a larger network of…

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Fowle

Beginning in the fall, Adelaide Fowle ’19 will continue her post-graduate career in the Health and the Public Interest Program at Georgetown University. The one-year master’s program at Georgetown provides…

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Kelsey Pierce

Kelsey Pierce ‘20 has accepted a dual position as a clinical research coordinator and associate with the Cancer Center Protocol Office Breast Oncology team at Massachusetts General Hospital following graduation.…

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Recent acquisitions to the Colleges’ archives of personal letters and family photos of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell (1821-1910) provide a rare glimpse into the personal life of HWS’ most celebrated alumna.…

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For his life-saving work advancing public health and human rights - particularly the prevention of HIV/AIDS, Dr. Christopher C. Beyrer '81 was bestowed the Hobart College Alumni Association's highest honor on Dec. 18 in Washington, D.C.

In a December interview, internationally renowned epidemiologist Dr. Christopher C. Beyrer ’81 discussed healthcare, human rights and the primary challenges facing the HIV community ahead of AIDS 2020, the International…

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Women’s studies and psychology double major Yamileth Cedeno ’20 spent her summer conducting research on health and sex education standards in public schools under the direction of Assistant Professor of…

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Charmaine Chung '19 and Ashton Ariola '21 work in Associate Professor of Chemistry Kristin Slade's lab doing enzyme studies to gain insight about the downstream implications in aging and disease.

Chemistry and biochemistry majors Ashton Ariola ’22 and Charmaine Chung ’19 are tweaking typical lab conditions to examine how the crowded environment of a cell can alter enzyme kinetics. “Most…

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