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Year of Water NewsTue, 04 Jan 2022
A new minor in aquatic sciences capitalizes on the campus’ long history of limnologic research and leverages the Colleges’ location on Seneca Lake. Combining courses from the natural sciences, mathematics and computer science, Hobart and William Smith recently approved an aquatic sciences minor. The interdisciplinary minor, to be first offered in spring 2022, will drawThu, 17 Jun 2021
Rylee Wernoch ’21 has secured a position at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center through the Chesapeake Conservation Corps. In a position hosted by the Chesapeake Conservation Corps, Rylee Wernoch ’21 has joined a cohort of 30 recent college graduates who are working to conserve the Chesapeake Bay. Wernoch will work at the Smithsonian Environmental ResearchTue, 03 Mar 2020
Geneva Reads, a community literacy group, hosts a Community Read each March. This year, in collaboration with Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Beth Kinne and the Year of Water, the book selected is “The Death and Life of the Great Lakes” by Dan Egan. The New York Times 2017 Book Club Pick discusses the pastMon, 24 Feb 2020
The Fisher Center for the Study of Gender and Justice hosts the first presentations by this year’s Faculty Fellows on Wednesday, Feb. 26. Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Robinson Murphy and Visiting Assistant Professor of English Taylor Brorby will address this year’s Fisher Center theme, “The Drowned World,” with their respective talks, “Climate Change andFri, 07 Feb 2020
Two new art exhibitions were recently unveiled at a reception at the Davis Gallery at Houghton House. Recurrent: Prints & Artist’s Books by Amanda Maciuba is on display at the Davis Gallery at Houghton House until Friday, Feb. 28. Maciuba’s work is concerned with the landscapes, communities, development practices and environmental issues prevalent through the United States.