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Mottainai: A Photo Exhibit

In June 2014, Sarah Meyer, the community outreach coordinator for the Finger Lakes Institute (FLI), led the annual Technos Program, which promotes international exchange and understanding on the campus of Technos International College, and offers students the opportunity to experience and appreciate Japanese life and culture. During the trip, Meyer captured a series of photographs reflecting on J...  More >>

Wake the Farm Workshops

Members of the Hobart and William Smith community, as well as the public, can help ‘wake' the HWS Fribolin farm through a series of workshops being held in April and May. Led by Sarah Meyer, community outreach coordinator for the Finger Lakes Institute at HWS, the program's theme, Wake the Farm, focuses on making preparations for the 2015 growing season. The first workshop, Wake the Farm Beehive ...  More >>

HWS Welcomes 'Living on Earth' Host

The HWS Finger Lakes Institute and the Sustainable Community Development program will welcome award-winning journalist Steve Curwood, the host and executive producer of "Living on Earth," Public Radio International's environmental news show, broadcast nationally and in the Finger Lakes region on National Public Radio affiliates WEOS, WXXI and WSKG. Hosted as part of the Sustainable Community Deve...  More >>

HWS Named a 2014 Tree Campus

Hobart and William Smith Colleges have been named a 2014 Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation and Toyota. This is the third consecutive year that the Colleges have obtained the recognition. Tree Campus USA is a national program that was launched in 2008 by the Arbor Day Foundation and Toyota to honor colleges and universities for their leadership promoting healthy trees and engaging studen...  More >>

Sustainable Community Development Series

The fourth annual Community Development Speaker Series will bring local and national presenters to Hobart and William Smith Colleges to discuss innovations and advances in sustainable development in the Finger Lakes. “We have some key people, locally and nationally, who have some interesting thoughts about sustainability, and we are bringing these people to campus to inform the HWS community and ...  More >>


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