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Please join us October 5-8 for Fallcoming & Family Weekend 2023!
Generative AI: How Will It Transform the Way We Work? With Alon Hillel-Tuch ’07, Brian Tilley ’05, and Orges Llupa ’05, Moderated by Alice Francis ’0610/3/2023, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL
Generative artificial intelligence is already able to create data, images, videos, text, and more. It can learn patterns from existing information and use its knowledge to generate new content. Because it can mimic human creative abilities at multiples of productivity, deciding how organizations should best implement generative AI and re-skill talent is a top priority for investors, managers, and workers alike. Join our esteemed panel to hear about the latest and greatest trends of Generative AI: Alon Hillel-Tuch ’07, managing partner at Stacked Capital with a master’s degree in computer science; Brian Tilley ’05, Ph.D., an AI implementation expert and ethicist; and Orges Llupa ’05, general manager at Tribe AI. This panel will be moderated by Alice Francis ’06, chief operating officer at Origin who holds an MBA from MIT.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
Fallcoming & Family Weekend 202310/5/2023 - 10/8/2023, 8:00 AM ON CAMPUS
Please join us October 5-8 for Fallcoming & Family Weekend 2023! Highlights include athletic events, concerts, and a host of student-sponsored activities and performances. Please check the weekend schedule online often as new events will be added throughout the next month.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
Alumni & Friends of Football Golf Tournament10/6/2023VERONA, N.Y.
Alumni and friends of Hamilton football are invited to join us at Kaluhyat Golf Course at Turning Stone Casino for a fabulous day of golf, reconnecting with great friends and teammates, and the chance to socialize with current Continental coaching staff.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
Skiing to Win a War: Professor of History Maurice Isserman on his book, The Winter Army10/10/2023, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
Join us as Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History Maurice Isserman leads a discussion of his book, The Winter Army: The World War II Odyssey of the 10th Mountain Division, America’s Elite Alpine Warriors. Professor Isserman will touch on his love of skiing and mountaineering as he explains the history of the 10th, the first specialized alpine fighting force in American history. Among the division's recruits were Hamilton alumni, the father of Tom Thompson ’73, and a young Williams College student named Donald Potter P'73, who was later a professor of geology at Hamilton and father of Jennifer Potter Hayes K’73. Fun fact: Americans can thank the 10th for the development of skiing as a recreational sport! This event is sponsored by the Hamilton-Kirkland Class of 1974 in honor of their 50th reunion but is open to all.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
The O.P. Reconnect Tour Stops in Chicago10/12/2023, 6:30 PM CHICAGO, ILL.
Director of Opportunity Programs Aaron Ray, Associate Director Brenda Davis, and former O.P. Director and current Hamilton Trustee Phyllis A.H. Breland ’80, will be in Chicago for the fourth stop on the O.P. Reconnect Tour — celebrating with O.P. alumni and providing updates on the program. We're looking forward to seeing you there!
Hosted by Elisa and Arthur Reliford, Jr. ’96
at their home
4858 S Kenwood Ave.
Chicago IL 60615
*The house is located at the corner of 49th and Kenwood Avenues across from Kenwood Park. There is ample parking on both 49th and Kenwood.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
A Walk in the (Acadia National) Park with Peter Arturi ’7510/12/2023, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
After a career in corporate law, Peter Arturi ’75 wanted to do something different for his retirement. He found it as a summer volunteer at Acadia National Park in Maine, where he has spent the past two summers on Mount Desert Island as a guide. In this role, he helps visitors from all over the globe explore and enjoy the park, guiding them to trailheads and iconic Acadia sites and relating the history of Mount Desert Island. Peter calls the experience, “perhaps the most fulfilling experience of my own life.” Trail along as Peter takes us through his outdoor adventures. This event is sponsored by the Class of 1975 and is open to all.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
AI and the Future of Media Entertainment with Paul Lieberstein ’89, Keith Stichweh ’92, and Mark Mullett ’07, Moderated by John Hadity ’8310/17/2023, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
Artificial intelligence is disrupting the arts and entertainment landscape and playing a central role in the Writers Guild of America and SAG-AFTRA strike. From generating stories and visuals to potentially replacing actors, AI could both enhance and hurt the industry. In this panel discussion, you will hear about the possibilities of AI from Paul Lieberstein ’89, a writer, director, producer, and actor who is known for his work on King of the Hill and The Office; Keith Stichweh ’92, vice president of production technology at SkyDance Animation; and Mark Mullett ’07, a former agent at Willliam Morris and Creative Artists Agency (CAA). The event will be moderated by John Hadity ’83, a veteran entertainment executive and producer.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
It’s All a Mystery: Featuring Writers Bobby Stein Ismail K’74, P’09 and Michael Sherer ’74 and Moderated by Carol Goodman Kaufman K’7411/1/2023, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
Classmates and writers Barbara "Bobby" Stein Ismail K’74, P’09 and Michael Sherer ’74 will discuss the art, craft, and business of writing mysteries and thrillers in a presentation moderated by Carol Goodman Kaufman K’74. Join us for this page-turner event, which is sponsored by the Hamilton-Kirkland Class of 1974 in honor of their 50th reunion but is open to all.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
The 2024 Presidential Election: Haven't We Seen This Movie Before?11/9/2023, 6:30 PM WASHINGTON, D.C.
Phil Klinkner, James S. Sherman Professor of Government at Hamilton, will lead a discussion about the upcoming presidential election. Light refreshments will be served.
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