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Opening his lecture in a lighthearted manner, Professor Emeritus of Economics Pat McGuire HON ’10, L.H.D. ’12 presented an engaging mini-college course during Reunion 2013, which for the alums in attendance, was exactly as they had remembered McGuire’s classes. The course, “Ireland: The Celtic Tiger and After,” was one of 15 mini-college courses that were

The sanctuary of Trinity Church was filled with the words, reflections and joyful notes of HWS students, faculty, staff and Geneva community members Saturday afternoon as the traditional Baccalaureate ceremony offered the Classes of 2012 and their families solace amidst the excitement of graduation. “Over the past 24 hours, I have heard over and over

Hobart and William Smith Colleges will recognize six individuals with honorary degrees at this year’s Commencement Ceremony on Sunday, May 13. Selected for the various ways they demonstrate engaged citizenship – in service to Geneva, the Colleges and the nation – Doctor of Humane Letters degrees will be conferred upon: Rosa Blue P’72, P’77, P’84,

In what is being called the single largest influx of employees into downtown Geneva in recent history, Hobart and William Smith Colleges announced today that 70 employees will relocate downtown thereby boosting the City in its economic development efforts. Employees from the Colleges will occupy 18,486 square feet of the currently vacant Five Star Bank

Hobart and William Smith Colleges have been named 2011 Business of the Year by the Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce. This is the highest honor a business can receive locally. The award will be presented at the Chamber Annual Dinner on Friday, Jan. 27, 2012. In announcing the designation, Chair of the Geneva Area Chamber

Nearly two dozen HWS students and three faculty members recently headed to New York City’s financial district to take part in the annual New York City Finance Experience trip, giving them an opportunity to visit 10 of the most prestigious firms in the country. Selected through a competitive application process, the students were required to

During winter recess, the opportunities to explore new horizons never cease at HWS. In January, 10 students interested in pursuing careers in economics will explore all that Washington, D.C. has to offer in the first annual Economics Day in D.C. “This is our inaugural year, and we have so many economics alums doing amazing things

Alums and former faculty will present an afternoon symposia on Friday to look at some of the most significant issues facing the U.S. today. The first talk will focus on the current economic crisis and its impact on individuals. The second talk will provide the audience with an in-depth look at the policy behind the

Hobart and William Smith Colleges have named a longtime faculty member, respected scholar, innovative teacher and dedicated community member as interim provost and dean of faculty. Professor of Economics Pat McGuire HON’10 will begin his new duties this summer and will serve for one year while the Colleges conduct a national search for a permanent

The Two Cities course, taught by Professor of Sociology Jim Spates and Professor of Economics Pat McGuire, is featured in the New York Times “City Room” blog. New York Times reporter James Barron met Spates, McGuire and the students who accompanied them to New York last month to learn more about the program and the