NYC Program Students Visit American Museum of Natural History
March 29, 2012
Students in Hamilton’s New York City Program recently visited the American Museum of Natural History, especially spending time in the new Anne and Bernard Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, in connection with their work on global infectious diseases.
A few days earlier a group of the Hamilton students (Janine Barlow ’13, Cailin Chang ’13, Emily Sherry ’14, Morolake Thompson ’14 and Chelsea Wahl ’13) also attended the annual meetings of the Eastern Sociological Society, where they met and spoke with several authors whose work they've read in the program’s course on health and health care. Faculty in the program are Dan Chambliss, the Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology, and Lecturer in Biology Susan Morgan.