Kinghorn Fellowship

The John R. and Florence B. Kinghorn Global Fellowship was established in 1970 and generously endowed by Dr. William J. and Joan P. Reckmeyer in honor of his great uncle and great aunt, John Readie and Florence Bainbridge Kinghorn.

The fellowship is intended to honor outstanding HWS faculty, staff and administrators who have exemplified global citizenship on a sustained basis at the Colleges. This excellence can be demonstrated through research and writing, mentoring independent studies or Honors projects, leading international study programs with an emphasis on citizenship, working with third-party organizations and/or encouraging global enrichment programs on campus.

Thomas D'Agostino and Jack Harris

Thomas D'Agostino and Jack Harris (2017-18 Kinghorn Fellows)

D’Agostino and Harris Named 2017-18 Kinghorn Global Fellows

Charlie Temple

Charlie Temple (2016-17 Kinghorn Fellow)

Temple Named Kinghorn Fellow

What Are Global Perspectives? (A Kinghorn Essay)

Temple Offers Roadmap for Global Citizenship

Alejandra Molina

Alejandra Molina (2015-16 Kinghorn Fellow)

Molina Named Kinghorn Fellow

"Immigration: Voices and Identities"

Catherine Gallouët

Catherine Gallouët (2014-15 Kinghorn Fellow)

Gallouët Awarded Kinghorn Global Fellowship

Gallouët to Give Kinghorn Lecture


Center for Global Education
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
300 Pulteney Street
Geneva, NY 14456

Phone: (315) 781-3307
Fax: (315) 781-3023

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