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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS NEWS

Two Hired by Credit Suisse

This summer, Marco Ronning '15 and Sean Bright '16 will join the international financial services holding company Credit Suisse, Ronning in a full-time position following graduation in May, and Bright as an intern. During his sophomore year Ronning met Craig Stine '81, HWS Trustee and Vice Chair of the Global Financial Institutions Group at Credit Suisse, through the Salisbury Center for Career, ...  More >>

Board Welcomes Gomez '17, Grattan '17

Sydney Gomez '17 and Zach Grattan '17 have been elected as junior Student Trustees for the next academic year. As representatives of the HWS student body, Gomez and Grattan will sit on the Board of Trustees in governing the Colleges. A tradition at HWS each spring semester, the Student Trustee Election is a capstone practice that embodies the Colleges' value of collaborative relationships between...  More >>

Leadership and Public Service at PFS

During the President's Forum event on March 6, Elizabeth Frawley Bagley, a senior adviser to Secretary of State John Kerry, engaged in a conversation on leadership, public service and her career as a diplomat, with a panel of interviewers that included HWS President Mark D. Gearan; Ithaca Mayor and HWS Presidential Fellow Svante L. Myrick; and Kelly Mauch '17, a public health major and advisory b...  More >>

State Department Advisor Joins President's Forum

Elizabeth Frawley Bagley, a top advisor with the U.S. Department of State and former U.S. Ambassador to Portugal, will visit Hobart and William Smith Colleges as the next guest of the President's Forum Series. Bagley currently serves as Senior Advisor for Secretary's Initiatives in the Office of the Secretary of State under John Kerry and previously worked with U.S. Secretaries of State Madeleine...  More >>

Inside the News: A New Gov't In Yemen

This month marks the fourth anniversary of the Yemeni revolution -- part of the wider Arab Spring demonstrations and protests in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and elsewhere in the Middle East. Since then, two Yemeni presidents have resigned under pressure from protesters and political opposition, most recently in January 2015. The Houthis, the current group in charge of the country's capital, are current...  More >>

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