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Events


SAVE THE DATES: June 9–12, 2022

Reunions ’21 Postponed


We’ll welcome not one, not two, but THREE reunion cohorts to celebrate together in 2022. Imagine spending the weekend with three out of four classes that shared campus with you!

These events are open to all alumni, parents, and friends. There also are regional alumni associations that provide opportunities to organize additional activities.

A New Look at Evidence of Glacial Retreat in the Upper Mohawk Valley Region Using LiDAR Images with Bob Allers ’74

5/11/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Bob Allers ’74 will present a program on the Glacial Geology in Oneida, Madison, and Herkimer Counties as seen in LiDAR Images. During the past year, Bob had a chance to interact with an upper-level geoscience class at Hamilton College and to learn a bit about GIS (Global Information Systems) and LiDAR imaging.

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Monuments and Myths with Professor Ty Seidule and History 319 Students (Session 2)

5/12/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join Ty Seidule, Chamberlain Fellow and Visiting Professor of History, and students from his class, History 319 Monuments and Myths: Civil War, as they discuss their research papers. This semester, Professor Seidule’s class looked at how the memory of the Civil War changed from 1865 to the present day. Each research paper focuses on a Confederate monument that was recently removed (or slated for removal) and was built at least seventy years ago. The students each grappled with the meaning of their selected monument and will tell a story of how the past informs the present in a local community and across the nation. Professor Seidule will serve as the moderator.

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Right/Wrong, How Technology Transforms Our Ethics: A Conversation with John Werner ’92 and Juan Enriquez

5/12/2021, 7:30 PM VIRTUAL

Please join as venture investor John Werner ’92 speaks with long-time friend and collaborator Juan Enriquez about Juan's book, Right/Wrong, How Technology Transforms Our Ethics.

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Monuments and Myths with Professor Ty Seidule and History 319 Students (Session 3)

5/13/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join Ty Seidule, Chamberlain Fellow and Visiting Professor of History, and students from his class, History 319 Monuments and Myths: Civil War, as they discuss their research papers. This semester, Professor Seidule’s class looked at how the memory of the Civil War changed from 1865 to the present day. Each research paper focuses on a Confederate monument that was recently removed (or slated for removal) and was built at least seventy years ago. The students each grappled with the meaning of their selected monument and will tell a story of how the past informs the present in a local community and across the nation. Professor Seidule will serve as the moderator.

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Changing the Name of the Game - Driving Economic & Social Change in Financial Services

5/14/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

Please join HCN for a panel discussion with alumni driving critical economic and social change in financial services. Nancy Rosenzweig ’82Diana Van Maasdijk ’93Robert Pelz ’76, and Danielle Nelson ’16 will discuss their respective career paths, and how to make a positive impact through capital markets, investing, and social enterprise.

 

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WE ARE HAMILTON with Edvige Jean-François ’90

5/17/2021, 7:30 PM VIRTUAL

Almost a year since George Floyd’s murder stunned the world, Hamilton has published a special edition of Hamilton magazine focused on this seminal moment and on racial inequality. Please join us for two special virtual events and hear from some of the alumni contributors to WE ARE HAMILTON, moderated by award-winning journalist and the magazine’s guest editor, Edvige Jean-François ’90

Our first panel discussion features contributors Lorna Lightfoot-Ware ’88, Joshua Bruff ’05, and John "Skip" McKoy ’66 along with President David  Wippman.

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50th Forum: Higher Education in an Age of Smarter Machines with Gene Roche ’71

5/18/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL

H.G. Wells warned that “civilization is in a race between education and catastrophe” – a warning that seems even more urgent today than it was a century ago. What do citizens need to know about artificial intelligence and robotics to participate effectively in this new age?

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A Conversation with New York Times Bestselling Author Mark Sullivan ’80

5/18/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Join acclaimed author Mark Sullivan ’80 for an evening of literature, adventure, and reminiscences. 

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Celebrating Dan Chambliss

5/19/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

After 40 years of teaching at Hamilton College, Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology Dan Chambliss is retiring! Join alumni, current students, and members of the Chambliss fan club for this special event. We will share stories and memories, while we raise a glass to honor and celebrate all that he’s done for scores of students during his career.

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Kirkland-Hamilton Class of '75 (Virtual) Hangout at the Rok

5/20/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Details coming soon!

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Don’t Fake It (Especially With Yourself): How To Live A More Authentic Life, with Heather Manspeizer ’86

5/20/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

Are you living a life that feels authentic, meaningful, and fun? Or have you forgotten about the fun part? Heather Manspeizer ’86 is a medical doctor and professional life coach who is on a mission to help others find meaning and joy in their lives. Her belief is that all of life happens for our personal growth, and that life struggles can become amazing opportunities for transformation. 

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WE ARE HAMILTON with Edvige Jean-François ’90

5/24/2021, 7:30 PM VIRTUAL

Almost a year since George Floyd’s murder stunned the world, Hamilton has published a special edition of Hamilton magazine focused on this seminal moment and on racial inequality. Please join us for two special virtual events and hear from some of the alumni contributors to WE ARE HAMILTON, moderated by award-winning journalist and the magazine’s guest editor, Edvige Jean-François ’90

Our second panel discussion features contributors Darin Hickman ’93, Nichole Bowman-Glover ’93, and Michael Tennant ’04. Plus, explore Actually Curious, a card game that facilitates communication and empathy.

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To Vaccine or Not To Vaccine: COVID-19 Vaccine Safety and Benefits for Herd Immunity

5/25/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL

The Hamilton Career Network invites you to join a timely discussion featuring alumni Biotech experts, John Doench '00 and Joe Sullivan '84. The moderator, Assistant Professor of Biology Natalie Nannas, will guide the discussion towards various vaccine related topics such as an overview of vaccine technology, safety of the vaccines/mRNA vaccine technology, and the impact of vaccine hesitancy as relates to reaching herd immunity. You won't want to miss this interesting and informative event!

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Virtual Reunions ’21

6/10/2021 - 6/12/2021VIRTUAL

Virtual is still in style! Even if we can't get together on the Hill, we can celebrate our classmates and our College with a series of online gatherings.

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Sustainable Investing with David Blood ’81

6/12/2021, 1:00 PM VIRTUAL

David Blood ’81, co-founder and Senior Partner of Generation Investment Management, will discuss the development of sustainable investing and explain the long-term commercial and societal benefits of this approach.

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Direct questions to the Office of Alumni Relations
866-729-0319 or hamily@hamilton.edu

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