A new study coauthored by Alexandra Davidson ’24 reveals how ultraviolet light suppresses the bacteria that causes fire blight, which can decimate apple and pear harvests.Read More
Students build skills with financial tools while gaining a better understanding of what’s happening in the financial markets.Read More
Kayla Powers ’24, Fairooj Suhita ’27, Lamia Nur Rahman ’26 and Sandeep Tissaaratchy ’26 will compete at the World University Debate Championship in Vietnam. Linh Tran '26 will serve on the tournament's tab team and Director of HWS Daniel Schonning '16 will be an adjudicator.Read More
An HWS bond reconnected two alums. Now, they’re working to recognize innovative educators and amplify their impact on students.Read More
HWS Sailing took first place at the annual race, which honors the late David Lee Arnoff ’82.Read More
Calling upon his leadership and expertise, Professor of Sociology H. Wesley Perkins was invited to speak at several events this year, focusing on his social norms research. He also shared insights of his work on campus.Read More
While abroad in Spain, students participate in a full-language immersion program, study literature and social change, and investigate a new culture.Read More
The Princeton Review notes HWS is one of the most environmentally responsible schools in the country in its Guide to Green Colleges: 2024 Edition.Read More
Christina Amestoy ’11 was recently hired as communications director for Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s Think Big America campaign.
Assistant Professor of Media and Society Harry Gu discusses disinformation on social media with Eriketa Cost on News10 NBC in Rochester.
The Buffalo News published an editorial by Professor of Sociology James Sutton titled “Another Voice: Domestic Violence Month is a symbolic campaign, but it does raise awareness.”
In an interview in New York Amsterdam News following the dedication of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Memorial, honoring 146 victims of the 1911 fire, Assistant Professor of History Janette Gayle reflects on the media’s response to the tragedy, the slow implementation of safety regulations following the fire and the experiences of Black women in the garment workforce.
Published by The Diplomat on Sept. 9, Associate Professor of Asian Studies Jinghao Zhou discusses China’s economy and Xi Jinping’s presidency.
Finalist for the $25K Prize at Haydenfilms Institute 5.0
Director and screenwriter Rachel Thomas-Medwid’s ’91’s film In the Company of Crows is a finalist in Haydenfilms Institute 5.0 and could win a 25K prize.
Frank ’23 Enters Environmental Studies Grad Program
With aspirations for a career in habitat management, Benjamin Frank ’23 is working in the Environmental Studies Graduate Program at the University of Akron.
Research Published in Scientific Journal Helps Shaw '22
As a student, JoAnna Shaw ’22 researched harmful algal blooms, work that has since been published in the science journal Water.
Knoll ’06 Authors New Thriller
Author Jessica Knoll’s ’06 new novel earned a spot on the New York Times’ list of New Fiction to Read This Fall. She was also recently profiled in Time magazine.
Meet the AIC Graduate Student Assistants
Two students in the Master of Arts in Higher Education Leadership program have graduate assistantships in the Adams Intercultural Center.
Students Explore Scientific Research Working at Cornell Lab
Professional experience prepares students for science careers.
Tissaaratchy ’26 Shares Sri Lankan Unheard Voices
NGO internship focused on rewriting the narrative of Black July, a period of rioting and massacres in 1983 that triggered Sri Lanka’s civil war.
Students Catalogue Public Art at HWS
Two students explored the history of the Colleges’ public art this summer.