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ALUMNI AND ALUMNAE NEWS

Deming ’75 Issues Giving, Scholarship Challenge

Honorary Trustee David Deming '75 has issued a challenge to the Graduates of the Last Decade to encourage giving to the Colleges in a way that will also provide direct support to up to 10 HWS students. Deming will establish a $5,000 scholarship in the name of each Graduates of the Last Decade Class that secures 60 gifts from new donors during the week of ...  More >>

Perini ’95 Named President, CEO

Gina M. Perini '95 has been named president and chief executive officer of SMS/800, Inc. She previously served as acting president and CEO since September 2013 and chief administrative officer and general counsel from August 2012 through September 2013. "Gina has done an exceptional job leading the company during her tenure as acting president and CEO. Ba...  More >>

Felder of East Aurora Awarded

Zachary Felder '18 has been named the current recipient of the William and Diane Green P'83, P'87 East Aurora Community Scholarship. The scholarship rewards academic excellence and leadership by providing financial assistance to students from East Aurora High School to attend Hobart and William Smith Colleges. An event celebrating Felder and recent recipi...  More >>

Platoni ’74: “Shock and Awe Again”

Dr. Kathy Platoni '74, a post-traumatic stress disorder expert, who was at Fort Hood during the 2009 shooting, was interviewed this week about the recent shooting at Fort Hood by several media outlets, including CNN, Fox, MSNBC, and Time magazine. A clinical psychologist in private practice, Platoni returned to Hobart and William Smith last week to offer ...  More >>

Frelinghuysen '69, L.H.D.'01 Runs for Reelection

U.S. Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen '69, L.H.D.'01 (R-N.J.) was recently featured in the Daily Record, N.J., for announcing that he will run for reelection. Frelinghuysen is serving his 10th term as the Representative for New Jersey's 11th Congressional District. He is chair of the House Defense Appropriations Subcommittee and serves on the key appropriations ...  More >>