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Commencement 2019: Open Doors, Seek the Highest Good

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“Take a leap of faith. That is how this great, flawed country came into being,” said Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ 2019 Commencement speaker Dorothy H. Wickenden ’76, L.H.D. ’14, executive…

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President Jacobsen Launches Podcast with First Guest Wickenden


Throughout her first year at the Colleges, Hobart and William Smith Colleges President-Elect Joyce P. Jacobsen will get to know the community with “Pulteney Street Podcast: Inside HWS with Joyce…

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Celebrating Graduates’ Academic Success


At the annual Academic Achievement Awards Ceremony on Saturday, Hobart and William Smith honored graduating seniors and master’s of arts in teaching candidates with annual prizes from the Colleges and international…

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Celebrating Connections at Senior Dinner


It was a night of reflection and celebration as seniors, faculty and staff gathered on the grounds of Houghton House for the traditional Senior Dinner. Director of the Abbe Center…

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Janis ’76 to Deliver Baccalaureate Address


The annual Baccalaureate tradition offers the graduating Classes, their families and members of the HWS community a reflective pause with prayer and music during Commencement weekend. Featuring an address by…

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Professor of Environmental Studies John Halfman was featured on a segment on WROC-TV News 8 on May 3 as a part of a Weather Week segment, discussing how climate change…

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Gave his lecture on Archimedes’ Principle: What else will float your boat?

Andrew Schrader ’21 was recently named the winner of the Physics Department’s 2019 Albert Holland Physics Lecture Competition, after the delivery of his presentation, “Archimedes’ Principle: What Else Will Float…

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When it came time for Professor of Geoscience Nan Crystal Arens to teach a data science class, she took an entrepreneurial approach. Rather than only work with students from her…

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The Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL) recently held an event in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Colleges’ commitment to tutoring that included a conversation with…

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In a recent article in the Miami Herald, Professor of Religious Studies Michael Dobkowski discusses rhetoric around the ongoing political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, and where the rhetoric misses…

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Makayla Pydych (B)

Makayla Pydych ’19, MAT’20 has been involved with the Geneva community since her first semester on campus. Now, in her final semester as an undergraduate, she has been honored for…

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“Take a leap of faith. That is how this great, flawed country came into being,” said Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ 2019 Commencement speaker Dorothy H. Wickenden ’76, L.H.D. ’14, executive…

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Throughout her first year at the Colleges, Hobart and William Smith Colleges President-Elect Joyce P. Jacobsen will get to know the community with “Pulteney Street Podcast: Inside HWS with Joyce…

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Academic Achievement 7

At the annual Academic Achievement Awards Ceremony on Saturday, Hobart and William Smith honored graduating seniors and master’s of arts in teaching candidates with annual prizes from the Colleges and international…

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Senior Dinner

It was a night of reflection and celebration as seniors, faculty and staff gathered on the grounds of Houghton House for the traditional Senior Dinner. Director of the Abbe Center…

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The annual Baccalaureate tradition offers the graduating Classes, their families and members of the HWS community a reflective pause with prayer and music during Commencement weekend. Featuring an address by…

Full Article

John Halfman Summer Research 0268B

Professor of Environmental Studies John Halfman was featured on a segment on WROC-TV News 8 on May 3 as a part of a Weather Week segment, discussing how climate change…

Full Article

Gave his lecture on Archimedes’ Principle: What else will float your boat?

Andrew Schrader ’21 was recently named the winner of the Physics Department’s 2019 Albert Holland Physics Lecture Competition, after the delivery of his presentation, “Archimedes’ Principle: What Else Will Float…

Full Article

Arens Crystal Nan Classroom-00025

When it came time for Professor of Geoscience Nan Crystal Arens to teach a data science class, she took an entrepreneurial approach. Rather than only work with students from her…

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America Reads 002

The Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL) recently held an event in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Colleges’ commitment to tutoring that included a conversation with…

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Dobkowski and Salter Classroom-00094

In a recent article in the Miami Herald, Professor of Religious Studies Michael Dobkowski discusses rhetoric around the ongoing political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, and where the rhetoric misses…

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