HWS alumni and alumnae work in all sectors of banking, finance and accounting. Many of them are highly successful entrepreneurs. These graduates have gone on to pursue positions at many top ranked institutions and firms across the country, including the following:
Bank of America
Department of the Treasury
DFS Hong Kong
J.P. Morgan Chase
MGM Studios, Inc.
New York State Health Dept.
New York Yankees
U.S. Dept. of Commerce
U.S. Dept. of State
United States Embassy
The Latin American Organization will host the annual Heritage Dinner on Saturday, Nov. 1 in the Vandervoort Room from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Proceeds from the event will fund supplies for elementary schools within the Geneva community. "The Latin American Organization has helped bridge the gap between campus life and life in the community," says LAO President Stephanie Perez '15. "Our volunteer work in t... More >>
Hobart and William Smith Colleges are ranked eighth in the nation among liberal arts institutions in the category of community service in Washington Monthly's annual ranking. Since 2005, the policy magazine has rated U.S. colleges and universities based on how much good they do for the country, evaluating each college's contributions to society, taking into consideration social mobility, research... More >>
In memory of the late David Lee Arnoff '82, a loyal Hobart alum and passionate sailor, the HWS Fall Regatta has been renamed the David Lee Arnoff Regatta in his honor. The HWS sailing team recently gathered with members of the Arnoff family, who are establishing the David Lee Arnoff Endowment Fund, for a special dinner event earlier this month to celebrate the inaugural Regatta held on Seneca Lak... More >>
When students arrived on campus this semester, their student identification card were replaced by OneCard, a multi-purpose identification and debit card that provides a single source of access to a variety of campus and off-campus services. "It is extremely exciting to see this project take off. We are lucky that the OneCard team has been able to begin installation so quickly," says Alysa Sadkin'... More >>
Adrian Castro, the Cuban-Dominican poet, performer and interdisciplinary artist, will read from his work as a guest of the Trias Series, curated by Trias Writer-in-Residence Chris Abani. Castro's talk will take place on Thursday, Oct. 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hirshson Ballroom; it is free and open to the public. "Adrian Castro weaves myth, history, music, courage, spirit and a heart deep with know... More >>