The Daily Update
Cherubin Rose 2

When Rose Cherubin ’15 began her new job as a college and career access coach at BUILD in February, she had no idea the world was about to change so…

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At the spring meeting of the HWS Board of Trustees, five faculty members were elevated to full professor and another five were granted emeriti status. Effective July 1, Etin Anwar…

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Student Trustees 3

Thomas “Gib” Shea ’22 and Nuzhat Wahid ‘22 have been elected by their peers to serve as Junior Student Trustees. In their roles, Shea and Wahid will become voting members…

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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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Following his first year on campus, political science major and public policy and Latin American studies double minor Michael Bamah ’22 spent the summer interning with the Queens, New York, District…

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Honorary Trustee Hebert J. Stern ’58, P’03, LL.D. ’74 has written his first novel, Wolf, a look at Adolf Hitler’s rise to power through an historical fiction lens. With co-author…

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During winter break, several students in the Hobart and William Smith chapter of the Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) traveled to Washington, D.C. to network and attend workshops with leaders…

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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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Day on the Hill Tuesday-0799

Each January, the Day on the Hill program takes students inside governmental organizations, non-profits, NGOs and other Washington, D.C. institutions for a rare window into politics, policy and careers in…

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Bulnes Karen

Karen Bulnes ’21, a double major in political science and philosophy, worked to amplify the dialogue around sustainability and climate action as she canvassed for the Texas Campaign for the…

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