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Chibnall '15 Awarded Fulbright to France
Cydney Chibnall '15 has been selected for a prestigious 2015-16 Fulbright U.S. Student Award to France, a highly prized honor that will give her the chance to work abroad as an English teaching assistant. During each of the past three years, more than 150 applicants have vied for the six teaching grants available annually in France.
Known for being especially competitive, the Fulbright Program is...
Youth Court Internship Has Impact
During her time at HWS, Abby Tills '14 interned at the Ontario County Youth Court in Canandaigua, N.Y., for three years, working to make a positive impact on the community's youth.
Deb Holland, director of the Ontario County Youth Court, explains that youth courts exist as an alternative to the traditional criminal justice system for youths that have committed minor offenses. The peer-driven prog...
Research Links Stress with Health Issues
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jamie Bodenlos completed research which explored the effects of stress on health and behavior, and at the potential of mindfulness. The research was conducted with two alumnae Marleah Noonan '12 and Stephanie Wells '10, while Noonan and Wells were students.
Their research involved collecting data from more than 300 HWS students, who completed self-report measures...
D'Addario Recieves Award
William Smith College senior Emily D'Addario is the inaugural recipient of the Liberty League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year award. The Heron harrier is also the conference's NCAA Woman of the Year nominee.
"I am pleased to announce that Emily D'Addario and [RPI diver] Adam Updegrove have been selected as the inaugural recipients of the Liberty League Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards," Libe...
D’Addario receives NCAA Scholarship
William Smith College senior Emily D’Addario was one of just 29 female fall sport student-athletes across all three NCAA divisions to receive an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. D’Addario is just the 10th Heron student-athlete to receive the prestigious scholarship.
She joins previous William Smith winners Cynthia Oyler ’93, Sarah Daniels ’95, Nancy Greenlaw ’97, Kim Rausch ’98, Wendi Schoff ’98, A...