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.
Syracuse University Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center features work that highlights the cosmic origins and earthly meanings of gold. Professor of Physics Steve Penn aided in the explanation of the production of gold that was created through the collision of two neutron stars.
Professor Dean was featured in The Nation in an article titled "The Obscured and Forgotten History of Black Communist Women." Dean co-edited a new anthology that highlights the legacy and enduring relevance of Black communist women’s political activism in the early 20th century.
Hobart and William Smith are noted as being among the first in the nation to offer a full major in LGBTQ Studies in the article "LGBTQ studies programs exist because of fierce student activism. Here’s how it all began."
An Abundant Life
Coming from careers spanning the fields of law, government, human services, education and health care, five William Smith alums returned to campus to share their stories with students, faculty and staff that filled the Vandervort Room on Thursday night.
Vying for $1 Million in Grow-NY Competition
As a finalist in this year’s Grow-NY Food and Agriculture Competition, Matthew “Mattie” Mead ’13, CEO and co-founder of Hempitecture, hopes a victory and its $1 million purse will allow him to expand his business back to its origin in New York.
Military Service Celebrated
During Bicentennial Weekend, HWS honored the military service of alums with the release of a book about veteran-alums and a panel discussion and book signing with its authors.
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In honor of the 200th anniversary of Hobart College, making it one of the 50 oldest colleges in the United States, multiple events have celebrated the college’s historic past and promising future.
Capitalizing on Opportunity in the Nation's Capitol
Economics major Jesse Whelan-Small ’24 spent his summer in the Washington, D.C. office of Congressman Donald M. Payne Jr. as a legislative intern. Through this role, Whelan-Small gained valuable experience crafting correspondence with constituents through letters and news updates, meeting with lobbyists and advocacy groups and attending committee hearings and congressional briefings.
HWS Votes Looks to Triple Voter Participation Ahead of Mid Terms
On National Voter Registration Day, HWS Votes was out in full force encouraging people to register to vote.
Kanungo '23 Discusses the Future of UTime
With $50,000 raised in startup capital, Sreyan Kanungo ’23 answers questions about moving the automated scheduling system company forward.
Earley ’23 Completes Internship with National Women’s Hall of Fame
This summer, Lauren Earley ’23 found both a mission that mattered to her and an opportunity to further her academic pursuits through an internship with the National Women’s Hall of Fame.
AthleticsWilliam 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.
englishAward-winning Serial Lyric Essay
Author Katherine Indermaur will deliver the final Trias Reading of the fall semester.
AthleticsGoldman brings Colorado-Style to HWS Sailing
From Colorado to Seneca Lake, Elijah Goldman ’26 shares his journey to HWS sailing.