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The HWS Update

This fall, The Baltimore Sun inducted former HWS Board Chair and Honorary Trustee Thomas S. Bozzuto ’68, L.H.D.’18 and Barbara Bozzuto into the Business and Civic Hall of Fame. Honorary Trustee Thomas S. Bozzuto ’68, L.H.D.’18 and Barbara Bozzuto joined 11 other notable leaders honored this year by The Baltimore Sun. Named to the Sun’s

Allison Jordan ’21 graduated magna cum laude in anthropology and sociology and joined Steps to Success at Notre Dame Mission Volunteers, an AmeriCorps program. She’s also using her post-graduate year to apply to law school. In this Q&A, Jordan shares what motivates her to serve the Boston, Mass. community, and her vision for a better

A three-year, $150,000 gift from former Genevan Dr. Philip Breitfeld will support Geneva 2030’s efforts to foster success for local students. Over the next three years, Dr. Philip Breitfeld’s gift will enable Geneva 2030 to expand and deepen its work to improve education opportunity for students in the Geneva City School District. The grant also

For the fifth year in a row, Hobart and William Smith Colleges are among the top five U.S. liberal arts institutions for service, according to Washington Monthly. Washington Monthly’s 2021 College Guide and Rankings named HWS third in the nation among liberal arts colleges for service. The policy magazine’s annual rankings also cite HWS for student

Thanks to the support of Thomas J. Patchett ’88, Trustee Dr. Marguerite S. Murphy and Dr. Brian Cooper, Summer of Service celebrates its 10th anniversary. The 10th annual Summer of Service gave 11 HWS students the opportunity to become civic leaders as they took on internships targeting environmental and food justice, mental health advocacy, and

Based in Geneva, three recent graduates will join an impressive cohort of alums serving AmeriCorps. The alums will dedicate a year to supporting underserved people in Geneva in collaboration with local schools and community-building projects through the one-year federal anti-poverty service program. Shannon Drew ’21, Faith Hicks ’21 and Emma Ibbotson ’21 landed one-year AmeriCorps

HWS faculty and alums dance at Rochester Museum and Science Center event. The Rochester Museum and Science Center (RMSC) will present two outdoor dance performances that will include HWS faculty and alums. “Wander,” a site-specific dance tour, will take place on Monday and Thursday, June 28 and July 1, and “Wonder,” a stationary dance concert,

Hobart and William Smith recognize students, faculty and partners in Geneva for their investment in the local community.

The Colleges’ popular Community Sale has been transformed for 2021 into the HWS Donation Effort. This year, instead of inviting community members to shop donated clothing and supplies, students from Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Robin Lewis’ “Sustainability, Consumption and Commodities” seminar created a plan to redistribute items directly to community partners. Additionally, 16 student volunteers will