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Alysa Newman ’16, Susan Tuvell ’16 and Alana Kilcullen ’15 recently participated in the 16th annual Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics (NCUWM) where they attended panels and workshops, and had the opportunity to meet other undergraduate women interested in math. Held in Lincoln, the conference focused on graduate-level mathematics and learning about careers

Three students completed international internships that will provide critical insight and a distinct advantage as each pursues his or her career. Kelly Haley ’15, Megan Soule ’15 and Kyle Zaverton ’15 were selected to receive Charles H. Salisbury Summer International Internship Stipend Awards from among a competitive pool of applicants. Their experiences took them through

The William Smith Alumnae Association will host a brunch to welcome graduating William Smith seniors into the Association. The Senior Brunch, now in its 37th year, is a hallmark moment for graduating women at William Smith and will take place on May 13, at 12 p.m. in the Vandervort Room of the Scandling Campus Center.

In a recent Finger Lakes Radio interview with Geoffrey Herd, director of the Geneva Music Festival, Hobart alum Dr. George Abraham ’59 is credited with making Herd’s first Carnegie Hall appearance possible. Herd, a violinist, and Abraham are both Geneva natives. The interview is available on the station’s archives, listed as “Geoffrey Herd, Geneva Music

Working under the president of Markit, Kyle Zaverton ’15 gained unique insight into high-level decision-making at a leading global provider of financial information services. During his internship, Zaverton, a dual major in mathematics and economics, created a report for the Asian management team in order to track the company’s status within the Asia Pacific region, which

Brooke Adams ’16 was recently named to the prestigious Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program. As a Hollings Scholar, Adams will be provided with up to $8,000 in academic assistance and a 10-week, paid full-time summer internship at a NOAA facility next summer. Awards also include all travel expenses to attend orientations and conferences. “I

The departments of art & architecture, mathematics, and computer science will begin hosting a series of workshops focusing on AutoCAD and laser cutting digital fabrication technologies on Wednesday, Feb. 12. “This semester’s Digital Workshop is a segue into the arena of new digital softwares and fabrication methodologies,” says Assistant Professor of Architecture Gabriella D’Angelo. “Not

During Homecoming and Family Weekend, a Student Research Symposium was held to highlight the work of undergraduates who spent the summer working with faculty mentors. This year, more than 60 students from all class years worked with 25 research mentors in the areas of biology, chemistry, geoscience, environmental studies, physics, mathematics and computer science, psychology

DC Metro Theater Arts, an online theater review website, recently posted an article featuring an interview with Hobart alum Alex Bryce ’09. The piece focused on his “powerful performance” as Ty Williamson in Dominion Stage’s production of “Sordid Lives.” Bryce, who is deaf, is working with a voice interpreter for the role. Bryce was previously

Joe Bochynski ’08 graduated this month with his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Prior to graduation, his work was exhibited as part of “RISD Graduate Thesis Exhibition 2013,” a showcase of the work of more than 190 graduate students. Bochynski’s was among the works featured in an article in The Phoenix. The