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Santinelli '18 Builds Business at MiddCORE

During the business skills and innovation summer program MiddCORE, Margaret Santinelli '18 worked with top business leaders, college educators and fellow entrepreneurial-minded students to develop creative solutions for real-world companies as well as their own "innovation ideas." Organized by Middlebury College and hosted at Sierra Nevada College, the four-week program centered on collaboration....  More >>

Farnsworth Publishes Children's Book

Associate Professor and Chair of Spanish and Hispanic Studies May Farnsworth recently published her first children's book, "You're Joking: Animal Jokes for Children." Appealing to young readers ready to laugh as well as budding biologists, the book includes 30 pages of illustrated jokes and a "Did You Know" section with information about the animals featured in the book. Farnsworth coauthored "Yo...  More >>

Hunt '11 Interviews Kana '12 for Punchland

Myles Hunt '11 recently interviewed Visiting Assistant Professor of Art and Architecture Patrick Kana '12 for an article that was published on Punchland, a prominent online magazine with a focus on music and the arts. The article covers Kana's development as an artist, ranging from his undergraduate experience at HWS to earning a master's from the School for American Crafts at Rochester Institute...  More >>

Intro to Higher-Ed: NJ SEEDS Returns to HWS

For the ninth consecutive year, the New Jersey SEEDS (Scholars, Educators, Excellence, Dedication and Success) will return to the Hobart and William Smith campus this summer for an immersive academic experience and introduction to college life. "Hobart and William Smith Colleges have been such a wonderful supporter of our College Preparatory Program," explains Imani Gilliam, dean of programs at t...  More >>

"Birds Without Borders" Wins REVERE Award

Professor of Education Jim MaKinster and his coauthors have earned a REVERE Award from the Association of American Publishers (AAP) for their book, "Birds Without Borders," and its related online resources. Subtitled "Investigating Populations, Habitats and Conservation of Birds in the U.S. and Abroad," the book is the result of the National Science Foundation-funded Crossing Boundaries project. ...  More >>

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