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Dr. Beyrer '81 Convocation Speaker

Hobart and William Smith Colleges welcomed internationally renowned expert on AIDS, Dr. Christopher C. Beyrer '81, as keynote speaker for Convocation 2014. Beyrer's life-saving work advancing public health and human rights has changed perceptions and behaviors, and improved the health of individuals, communities and countries around the world. Convocation was held on Monday, Sept. 1 on Stern Lawn...  More >>

Forensic Science Insight

Last fall, Sasha Borenstein '14 had the rare opportunity to attend an invitation-only seminar for roughly 200 of the top homicide investigators in the world. The event has never been open to students or the public. Her participation was made possible by Dr. Lowell J. Levine '59, a board-certified forensic dentist and the director of operations for the New York State Police Medicolegal Investigati...  More >>

Fifth Annual Arts Experience

A festival celebrating inclusion and the arts returned to the Hobart and William Smith campus this week. The two-week festival runs through Friday, April 11 and invites the HWS community, people with developmental disabilities, and the general public to participate in 26 events which are various means of arts expression. "It's wonderful how much the festival has grown over the last five years," ...  More >>

Wildcat Lectures on Environment, Culture

Daniel Wildcat, dean of the College of Natural and Social Sciences at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, will lead a guest lecture and discussion, "Enacting Indigenuity in an Age of Global Environmental Crisis," at the Colleges on Thursday, March 27. Wildcat is one of the Melvin Hill Visiting Professors who will be on campus this semester. Wildcat's talk will begin at 8 p.m. ...  More >>

Britt Joins as Melvin Hill Visiting Prof

Melissa Britt, clinical professor at Arizona State University, has been selected as a Melvin Hill Visiting Professor this semester. As such, she will present "Urban Dance for Social Change," a series of discussions, seminars and class presentations, from March 2 through March 5. Her visit is made possible through funding from the Provost's Office. Her residency, which includes visits to the Dance...  More >>

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