This January, HWS students are studying abroad in Costa Rica to learn how people who live in a vulnerable ecosystem are developing resiliency through conservation, sustainability and ecotourism.Read More
At the world’s premier collegiate debate competition, HWS debaters finished with one of the team’s best performances ever at the tournament.Read More
Since the fall, Bryna Gage ’22 has worked for Parsons Dance, an international touring modern dance company based in New York City.Read More
Robotic testing of brain models plays an increasingly important role in developing medical treatments for neuromotor conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, as well as robotic prosthetics for patients managing paralysis and amputation.Read More
Thanks to Hobart and William Smith’s strong science and liberal arts programs, Dr. Arnold Cohen ’71, P’05 says the education he received at HWS was the best preparation for attending medical school and becoming a physician.Read More
"Treat everyone fairly, speak up for people who are afraid to speak up. Respect people for who they are," says MLK Scholar Byron Maddox Jr. '26, from Union, N.J.
In addition to faculty, students and staff, President Mark D. Gearan and Mary Herlihy Gearan joined Geneva's March in honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and were recognized in a Finger Lakes Times article.
Roll Call recently tapped Professor of Political Science DeWayne Lucas to explain the difference between the Progressive Caucus and the Freedom Party. An expert in legislative politics and political parties, Lucas says it comes down to unity within their party.
Professor of Economics Joyce P. Jacobsen commented on the job market and economic growth predictions for 2023 in an article “The 10 Best States to Find a Job Right Now, According to New Research” that was carried by multiple news outlets both nationally and internationally.
"Can Pakistan avoid becoming an international basket case?" by Professor of Economics Feisal Khan appears in East Asia Forum.
Khokhar '00 Leads One of America’s Fastest Growing Companies
SAKS Health, led by founder and CEO Khawar Khokhar ’00, was named to the Inc. 5000 2022 list of America’s fastest growing private companies — and is offering internship opportunities.
Finding a Passion for ESL Teaching
Molly Gorelick ’19 is pursuing her Master's in TESOL, ESL and Bilingual Education.
Alums on Oprah’s “Favorite Things” List
Two companies helmed by HWS alums appear on Oprah Winfrey’s 2022 Favorite Things list.
Mead '13 Wins at Grow-NY
Matthew “Mattie” Mead ’13, a co-founder of the hemp-based material business Hempitecture, won $500,000 in this year’s Grow-NY Food and Agriculture competition in Syracuse, New York, with the finalists pitching their businesses on Nov. 15-16.
HWS to Compete in World’s Largest Debate Tournament
Four students are preparing for their trip to Spain, where they will compete against 540 debaters at the annual World Universities Debating Championships.
Landscape Architecture with Barton & Loguidice
Environmental studies capstone helps launch Amanda Kesler’s ’22 career in landscape architecture with Barton & Loguidice.
Meet the 2023 Pitch Semifinalists
Ten student ventures have advanced to the semifinals in the Todd Feldman ’89 and Family Pitch Contest.
William Smith Soccer Berg Named All-American
William Smith College senior midfielder Julia Berg was named a 2022 United Soccer Coaches All-American today. She was selected to the first team.
Internships-&-OutcomesA Gem of an Internship
James Cherry ’23 developed design skills and brought new ideas to life as a visual creative services intern for David Yurman, the American luxury jewelry company.
HWS Corps is recruiting! The tutoring and mentorship program is looking to swell its numbers with more than 85 paid work-study positions available.
Internships-&-Outcomes Canniff ’22 Lands Position at Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Jack Canniff ’22 is part of an impressive cohort of HWS grads landing opportunities in STEM fields.