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For her analytical scholarship on the economic, political and aesthetic implications of global cinema, Associate Professor of Media and Society Lisa Patti has been selected as this year’s recipient of the John R. and Florence B. Kinghorn Global Fellowship. Established in 1970 and generously endowed by Dr. and Mrs. William Reckmeyer in honor of John

As the 2019-20 John R. and Florence B. Kinghorn Global Fellow, Professor of Religious Studies Richard Salter ’86, P’15 engaged the HWS community and local students in a series of conversations about the role of religion, education and public policy in the life of a global citizen. Established in 1970 and generously endowed by Dr.

As the kicker on the Hobart football team, Kyle Hackett ’21 knows the importance of planning, practice and teamwork. He used those skills to land a summer internship as a risk analyst with Fidelity Investments. After applying for various internships with the company early in the fall of his junior year, Hackett was drawn to

This summer, Emma Consoli ’20 is combining her interests in publishing with her passion for non-profit work as an intern with Kiwimbi International, a charity focused on supporting educational resources in rural Kenya. Both Janet Selover Wulster ’72 and former HWS Trustee Carol Ulmer ’72 serve on the organization’s board. While working remotely, Consoli’s main

Six members of the William Smith College rowing team were recently named Scholar-Athletes by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association. It’s the most Herons honored by the CRCA since six were recognized in 2015. To become a CRCA Scholar-Athlete, student-athletes must be in their second, third or fourth year of eligibility, be ranked performance-wise in the

Twenty-eight students in the Classes of 2020 have graduated with Honors, demonstrating academic rigor and excellence in written and oral communication. Their research topics ranged from United States foreign policy and energy production in remote areas, to the study of anti-cancer drugs and more. To complete an Honors project at the Colleges, students embark on

According to Lindsay Lesniak ’21, who studied farmers’ views on genetically modified potatoes through a Student International Initiative Fund (SIIF) grant during her semester abroad, GMO foods are accepted in Ireland. Lesniak used her SIIF grant to travel to local markets in Galway and Sligo, two of the most agriculturally-based regions in Ireland. While there,

International relations major Saima Mashori ’22 is a 2020 Future First Fellow at Beyond the Bomb, a Washington, D.C.-based organization focused on denuclearization through education and policy reform. She is also a research assistant for Professor of Economics Feisal Khan focused on the constitution of Pakistan, Constituent Assembly debates and the evolution of corruption. Mashori

William Smith College senior guard Annaliese Schreder ’20 has accepted a position at Credit Suisse as Structured Products Analyst in New York City. Graduating magna cum laude in economics, Schreder completed a summer internship in global markets at HSBC Bank last summer. A three-time Liberty League All-Academic selection, Schreder was elected to Hobart and William Smith Colleges

As an intern for the Dallas Mavericks in 2019, Alexander Konradi ’24 gained professional experience in both information technology and community relations. While juggling his internship, Konradi competed in the inaugural European U20 Lacrosse Championships for the Latvian national team. An iconic institution in the city of Dallas, Konradi says that like most people around