Tenure for 16 HWS Faculty Members

Built in 1901 by New York City architecture firm Clinton and Russell, Coxe Hall is named for the second Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Western New York State, who had  a close familial connection to Hobart College. Located in the very center of campus, Coxe Hall hosts classrooms, offices, the Cellar Pub dining area, and Bartlett Theatre, which served as HWS's main site of drama performances up until the building of the Gearan Center for Performing Arts.The Hobart and William Smith Colleges Board of Trustees, upon recommendation of President Mark D. Gearan, approved tenure and promotion to the rank of Associate Professor to 16 faculty members.…
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Wind Conditions and Firefighter Safety in Montana

Luke RuddyWorking with the National Weather Service Office (NWS) and Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory in Missoula, Mt., Luke Ruddy ’18 will conduct wildfire research this summer as part of a project…
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Metz Publishes in American Meteorological Society

Metz_1Assistant Professor of Geoscience Nick Metz has recently published two articles on high-impact weather in the Midwest U.S. and along African Highlands.  The first article, published in the journal Weather…
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Three Awarded Carver & DeLaney Grants

Carver_DelaneyThree HWS students have been awarded grants this spring through the Carver & DeLaney Family Environmental Studies Endowment. Mitchell Beyer ’17, Amanda Bruha ’20 and Madeline Schmitt ’19 have undertaken…
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Piersante ’18 Pursues Atmospheric Research

Piersante_JeremiahJeremiah Piersante ’18, a double major in Geoscience and Spanish & Hispanic studies, was recently selected to take part in the Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric (SOARS) program through the National…
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