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“Prolific.”  “A major force in the art world.”  “At the forefront of American art.” Jasper Johns has been hailed as one of the 20th century’s most important American artists.  His work appears in the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, and in the National Gallery of Art

Interested in medicine, dentistry, nursing or any other health profession? A general information meeting for the Health Professions program will be held on Thursday, Sept. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the Sanford Room of the Warren Hunting Smith Library. Facilitated by Mark Deutschlander, associate professor of biology and chair of the Health Professions Committee, and

This summer, Adriane Klein ’12 had the opportunity to experience the workings of a nursing home through the eyes of the CEO. Klein interned with Scott Dickinson, the CEO of Nevins Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Methuen, Massachusetts.  Klein’s main project for the summer was planning a golf fundraiser to be held this weekend.

Blackwell Scholars Join Classes of 2012 It’s rare that undergraduate students entering their first year of college know not only that they want to become doctors but that they’ve already made it into medical school. Sound too good to be true? Well, that is the real life story of three HWS first-years – Wendi Bacon,

Lauren Budd ’10 took on two internships this summer that perfectly complemented her interests and goals as a dance major who plans to go to graduate school for physical therapy.  Budd interned and shadowed for Huson Physical Therapy over an eight week period and then started her Paul Taylor Summer Dance Intensive which lasted most

William Smith student Clancy Brown ’09 has received The Morris K. Udall Scholarship, a prestigious national award designed to promote environmental outreach, research and understanding. “I learned about the fellowship during an informational session on campus,” says Brown. “It’s all about making a difference, about dedicating your life to something you’re passionate about. For me,

Kaitlynn VanNostrand ’09 wanted to get a job in Australia from the time she decided she was coming to HWS. After a couple of rough starts, she found the job, the funding and the adventure she was looking for. VanNostrand first tried the obvious approach to getting to Australia – study abroad – in her

Two new staff members – Lana Cao and Renee Nearpass – have joined the Salisbury Center for Career Services at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Cao has been named Assistant Director of Internships and Employment for Non-Profit and Government; Nearpass holds the position of Assistant Director of Health Professions Counseling and Fellowship Advising. “These two

A panel discussion featuring Dr. Jeremy Cushman ’96 and four Health Professions students will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 1 in Coxe 8. Cushman, an Emergency Department physician at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, will talk about how his scholarship, leadership and services experiences at HWS. These experiences encouraged him to seek enriching leadership

Research at Hobart and William Smith Colleges helps lay to rest a common misperception about these fascinating creatures. (June 12, 2003) GENEVA, N.Y. — The observation that bats can avoid obstacles in total darkness using sound waves has led to the assumption that they are sightless—hence the oft-heard expression “blind as a bat.” Not true,