Faculty Form Mindfulness Group

Mindfulness CohortA new interdisciplinary faculty group hopes to employ the practice of mindfulness ​to help students, staff and faculty stay grounded and lessen anxiety and stress. “Management of stress is especially critical for college students,” writes Associate…
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HWS Welcomes New Posse Scholars, Mentors

Assistant Director of Admissions Rose Cherubin and Director of Campus Safety Marty Corbett gather for a photo with members of HWS Posse 5 on the steps of Scandling Campus Center during HWS Scholar Day.For first-year Posse scholar Isabel Urquiza ’22, of La Mirada, Calif., “The opportunity to go to college with my Posse and be welcomed to Hobart and William Smith Colleges with…
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In France, Cultural Immersion at the Community Level

Torea Hollister 1In the French cities of Rennes and Aix-en-Provence, more than 600 miles apart, Margaret Hollister ’20 and Adrianne Torea ’19 are enjoying an immersion in French language and culture emblematic…
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Kingery Highlights Active Learning in Psychology Journal

In her new book published this month by Guilford Press, Associate Professor of Psychology Julie Newman Kingery and her coauthors provide an innovative perspective on the implementation of cognitive behavioral treatments for children and adolescents with internalizing disorders such as anxiety, depression and mood disorders.

With a chapter devoted to each of 13 essential techniques and strategies commonly included in cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) programs, "Treating Internalizing Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Core Techniques and Strategies" serves as an informative resource for professionals such as clinical child/adolescent psychologists, counselors, social workers, psychiatrists and school psychologists.An innovative learning experience for HWS students at Rochester’s Strong National Museum of Play is the focus of a recent article by Associate Professor of Psychology Julie Newman Kingery. Published…
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Interning to Improve Mental Health

Buckenmaier_SamanthaWorking to provide a constructive environment for individuals with mental disabilities and those battling substance abuse, Samantha Buckenmaier ’20 joined the Arundel Lodge Behavioral Health Center in Parole, Md., as…
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