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Recognizing Academic Excellence

The annual Benjamin Hale dinner, named for a former president of Hobart College, will be held on Tuesday, April 15. The traditional Hobart year-end event will feature Jordan Printup '13, a current admissions intern at HWS, who will present a talk titled, "Two Worlds, One Journey." Recognizing Hobart students who have excelled in academics, the dinner will be held at 6:15 p.m. in the Vandervort Ro...  More >>

Research Links Stress with Health Issues

Assistant Professor of Psychology Jamie Bodenlos completed research which explored the effects of stress on health and behavior, and at the potential of mindfulness. The research was conducted with two alumnae Marleah Noonan '12 and Stephanie Wells '10, while Noonan and Wells were students. Their research involved collecting data from more than 300 HWS students, who completed self-report measures...  More >>

Ellis’13 Undergoes TFA Training

Brianne Ellis '13, who was accepted into the Teach for America (TFA) Program this summer, was mentioned in an article in Tulsa World, which discusses the training program that TFA recruits are participating in at Key Elementary School in Tulsa, Okla., this summer. Ellis is one of 700 new Teach of America recruits participating in the five-week training program under the guidance of TFA's own inst...  More >>

Alum Ward’s TFA Experience

Shavonne Ward '09 was recently quoted in the Clarion-Ledger for her work with KIPP Delta Public School, in Helena, Ark. KIPP, which stands for Knowledge is Power Program, works to offer all children the opportunity to prepare and get into college, no matter their family, economic or geographical situation. Since the first graduating class in 2010, every student that has graduated from charter ...  More >>

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