Robust LGBT Spring Offerings

In 2002, Hobart and William Smith Colleges became the first college or university in the United States to offer an undergraduate major in the field of LGBT/Queer Studies. Now in its second decade in existence, the LGBT Studies program at HWS is developing new courses to remain a distinct, cutting edge leader in the field. The department introduced three new, cross-listed courses and will host a f...  More >>

Alums Lead Talk on Careers in Science

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, the Professionals in Residence Series welcomed three alums back to campus to talk about careers in the field of science. Panelists include Sarah Heieck ‘97, Mike Roussell ‘04, and Rebecca Crist ‘96. The talk was held at 7:30 p.m. in the Sanford Room. Heieck earned a bachelor of arts degree in mathematics. She started her professional career in telecommunications and managem...  More >>

A Day with the NY Giants

Jenna Lohre '12 had a once in a lifetime experience this summer when she spent a day shadowing the medical staff of the New York Giants at the teams' minicamp. Lohre, who just received her bachelor's degree in religious studies with a minor in health professions, is currently attending Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine. "I've been interested in sports medicine for quite a while ...  More >>

(Re)Discovering Dr. Loguen Fraser

Assistant Professor of English Sarah Berry and students in her "Nineteenth-Century Women Healers and American Literature" course recently completed a project on one of the most important women in medical history, Dr. Sarah Loguen Fraser - a woman who has gone largely unrecognized by even the medical community. Members of the class worked throughout the Spring 2012 semester to create a thorough an...  More >>

Discussing the Medical Profession

Dr. Richard Cytryn '75, P'14, P'16 will host a talk, titled "Health Professions, Reflections of an MD," on Friday, April 27, as part of the Salisbury Center for Career Services' Professional in Residence series. The event will take place at 3:30 p.m. in the Seneca Room. A distinguished physician at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Cytrn also serves as a non-invasive clinical cardiologist ...  More >>

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