25 April 2023HWS Finds Success at NYS Business Competition
After recent success at the regional round of the New York Business Plan Competition, three teams from Hobart and William Smith will compete for up to $100,000 this week in Syracuse.Read More
25 April 2023Colleges Host Olympiada of Spoken and Written Russian
On Saturday, April 15, the Russian Area Studies program hosted the Olympiada of Spoken and Written Russian for New York State Colleges and Universities.Read More
21 April 2023Who Should We Be Online?
In Who Should We Be Online? A Social Epistemology for the Internet, Associate Professor of Philosophy Karen Frost-Arnold offers a timely and interdisciplinary look at how global inequalities and social identities shape who we are, who we can be online and what we know.Read More
21 April 2023Student Art Show 2023
An array of student artwork will fill the Davis Gallery at Houghton House April 28 – May 21.Read More
21 April 2023Celebrating Charter Day
On Friday, April 28, Charter Day will commemorate the founding of Hobart College and celebrate student accomplishments in academics and civic leadership.Read More
20 April 2023President's Forum: Scott Keogh '91
Mercedes-Benz, to Audi, to Volkswagen and now … Reimagining an Iconic Brand for the World’s Electrified Streets: Keogh’s Journey, Ethos and Vision.Read More
19 April 2023Earth Week and Adirondack Chairs
In conjunction with HWS Earth Week festivities, crews from the Buildings and Grounds Department have been adding nearly two dozen Adirondack chairs across campus.Read More
18 April 2023Multicultural Networking Conference 2023
An exciting lineup of alums are returning to campus to participate in the Multicultural Networking Conference on Saturday, April 22.Read More
Dobkowski Featured in Democrat and Chronicle on Holocaust Monument
Professor of Religious Studies Michael Dobkowski is featured in a Rochester Democrat and Chronicle article on Mount Hope Cemetery unveiling a Holocaust memorial.
Ruwanpura '93 Honored by Association for Evolutionary Economics
Kanchana Ruwanpura '93, Professor at the Department of Economy and Society at Gothenburg University in Sweden, has been named the 2023 Clarence Ayres Scholar by the Association for Evolutionary Economics.
Philbrick Yadav's Book Reviewed in Foreign Affairs
Associate Professor of International Relations Stacey Philbrick Yadav's new book "unearths the vibrant debates that have taken place beneath the drama of high politics, carnage, and destruction, offering remarkably perceptive critiques of international peace-building and humanitarian aid efforts," according to the review.
Ketchum '08 Featured in NYTimes on Abandoned Properties in Japan
Matthew Ketchum '08, co-founder of Akiya & Inaka, a Tokyo-based real estate consultancy, is interviewed in "Japan Has Millions of Empty Houses. Want to Buy One for $25,000?"
Lever ’08 on Building a Bigger Craft Beer Brand
Jenn Lever ’08, president of Baxter Brewing Co., was named 40 Under 40 list for leading the Baxter team through a complete rebrand launch.
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Keogh ’91 Navigates the World’s Electrified Streets
Scout Motors CEO Scott Keogh ’91 talks EVs, marketing philosophy and seizing opportunity at the President’s Forum Series.
City Year Cofounder Khazei to Deliver HWS Commencement Address
Social entrepreneur Alan Khazei L.H.D. ’15 will give the keynote address at Commencement 2023. HWS will recognize four members of the Colleges’ community with honorary degrees.
Super Bowl Champ Ali Marpet ’15 Returns to Campus
Join the Entrepreneurial Endeavors podcast live as they interview Super Bowl Champion Ali Marpet ’15.
President’s Forum Series: Behind the Screen with Carrie James ’92
Author, Research Associate and Principal Investigator at Harvard’s Project Zero Carrie James ’92 joins the President’s Forum Series to discuss the insights of her research, which explores young people’s digital, moral and civic lives.
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Students Spend Spring Break Giving Back
The Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning led civic work at three sites through the HWS Alternative Spring Break program.
HWS Finds Success at NYS Business Competition
After recent success at the regional round of the New York Business Plan Competition, three teams from Hobart and William Smith will compete for up to $100,000 this week in Syracuse.
Albreski ’23 Earns Fulbright to Germany
English major Ian Albreski ’23 has been accepted into the U.S. Government’s flagship international exchange program.
Hiking Torres del Paine
While studying abroad, Litzy Bautista ’23 and Samuel Calderon ’23 completed a 4-day hiking trek in Chilean Patagonia.