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Virtual Symposium for Scholarly Publishing

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A recent HWS workshop and symposium brought international scholars together to share publishing insights and develop their scholarly programs. Publishing academic work is not an easy endeavor; the barriers seem…

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Pirate Plants of the Caribbean


A new study led by Professor of Biology Meghan Brown documents that Cuba is home to hundreds fewer invasive plant species than expected. Why does Cuba have comparatively fewer invasive plant…

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Arrington ’88 Named JPMorgan Chase’s CMO for Commercial Banking


HWS Trustee Linda D. Arrington ’88 will lead marketing strategy for the company’s commercial banking unit based in New York. HWS Trustee and brand expert Linda Arrington ’88 is returning…

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Diving into Oceanography


HWS students share their discoveries from this winter’s exploration of the physical, chemical, geological and biological processes and patterns governing Earth’s oceans. During an intensive two-week course over winter break, Associate…

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Announcing New Writing Colleagues


This month, the HWS Writing Colleagues Program welcomed a new cohort of 16 peer mentors. On Thursday, Feb. 25, Hobart and William Smith held a welcome celebration for the newest…

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Sarah StarksÕ photo prioritizing perspective.

In Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Christine Chin’s “Introduction to Imaging” J-Term course, students explored photographically based imaging throughout history and showcased their learning and creativity with hands-on projects.…

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Carl Weiss DU

In celebration of the Peace Corps’ 60th anniversary, we checked in with HWS alums who, due to COVID-19, were serving abroad and were called home, or whose plans have been delayed.…

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AsiaNetwork Fellowship, KColton, Geran Center, Jonathan Garcia ’23, Roxanna Peña ‘23, Tenzin Yonten ‘23

Three students have received the ASIANetwork Student-Faculty Fellows Program Award. This award will fund a travel grant to Tokyo, Japan, to study the city’s history of transformation and to develop…

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A team made up of HWS faculty and staff took home first place honors in the annual adult spelling bee that raises funds for the nonprofit organization Literacy Volunteers Ontario-Yates.…

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Stripped, written by Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Maggie Werner and published by Penn State University Press, has been named to Book Authority’s list of 20 best new rhetoric…

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Professor of Geoscience Neil Laird, an expert in atmospheric sciences, explains the concept of wind chill in an article this month in Discover magazine. Wind chill measurements reflect the extra bite felt…

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A recent HWS workshop and symposium brought international scholars together to share publishing insights and develop their scholarly programs. Publishing academic work is not an easy endeavor; the barriers seem…

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A new study led by Professor of Biology Meghan Brown documents that Cuba is home to hundreds fewer invasive plant species than expected. Why does Cuba have comparatively fewer invasive plant…

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HWS Trustee Linda D. Arrington ’88 will lead marketing strategy for the company’s commercial banking unit based in New York. HWS Trustee and brand expert Linda Arrington ’88 is returning…

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First-Year Seminar Meetings KColton

HWS students share their discoveries from this winter’s exploration of the physical, chemical, geological and biological processes and patterns governing Earth’s oceans. During an intensive two-week course over winter break, Associate…

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Writing Colleagues welcome Reception KColton-0304

This month, the HWS Writing Colleagues Program welcomed a new cohort of 16 peer mentors. On Thursday, Feb. 25, Hobart and William Smith held a welcome celebration for the newest…

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Sarah StarksÕ photo prioritizing perspective.

In Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Christine Chin’s “Introduction to Imaging” J-Term course, students explored photographically based imaging throughout history and showcased their learning and creativity with hands-on projects.…

Full Article

Carl Weiss DU

In celebration of the Peace Corps’ 60th anniversary, we checked in with HWS alums who, due to COVID-19, were serving abroad and were called home, or whose plans have been delayed.…

Full Article

AsiaNetwork Fellowship, KColton, Geran Center, Jonathan Garcia ’23, Roxanna Peña ‘23, Tenzin Yonten ‘23

Three students have received the ASIANetwork Student-Faculty Fellows Program Award. This award will fund a travel grant to Tokyo, Japan, to study the city’s history of transformation and to develop…

Full Article

Blanchard Laura2

A team made up of HWS faculty and staff took home first place honors in the annual adult spelling bee that raises funds for the nonprofit organization Literacy Volunteers Ontario-Yates.…

Full Article

Maggie Werner 3

Stripped, written by Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Maggie Werner and published by Penn State University Press, has been named to Book Authority’s list of 20 best new rhetoric…

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