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Students Attend Nebraska Math Conference

Alysa Newman '16, Susan Tuvell '16 and Alana Kilcullen '15 recently participated in the 16th annual Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics (NCUWM) where they attended panels and workshops, and had the opportunity to meet other undergraduate women interested in math. Held in Lincoln, the conference focused on graduate-level mathematics and learning about careers in academia, go...  More >>

Reicher ’74 on Leadership

Rita L. Reicher '74 was recently featured in the "Sunday Conversations" section of the Post-Standard (Syracuse). She is currently the president and chair of KS&R, a market research firm she co-founded more than 20 years ago. The article notes KS&R "grew into a national powerhouse. That was not an accident." "We decided early on that we didn't want to be a mom-and-pop operation. We were g...  More >>

Two Earn Goldwater Honors

From a highly competitive field of more than 1,100 applicants, Macy Howarth '16 was named a Goldwater Scholar and Alison McCarthy '15 has received Honorable Mention. The Goldwater Scholarship is the premier undergraduate award of its type in the fields of mathematics, the natural sciences, and engineering. The Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship was established in 1986 to honor Senator Barry M. Goldwa...  More >>

Building Your Digital Toolbox

The departments of art & architecture, mathematics, and computer science will begin hosting a series of workshops focusing on AutoCAD and laser cutting digital fabrication technologies on Wednesday, Feb. 12. "This semester's Digital Workshop is a segue into the arena of new digital softwares and fabrication methodologies," says Assistant Professor of Architecture Gabriella D'Angelo. "Not only...  More >>

Bryce ’09 Performs in “Sordid Lives”

DC Metro Theater Arts, an online theater review website, recently posted an article featuring an interview with Hobart alum Alex Bryce '09. The piece focused on his "powerful performance" as Ty Williamson in Dominion Stage's production of "Sordid Lives." Bryce, who is deaf, is working with a voice interpreter for the role. Bryce was previously involved with set production for Dominion Stage, but...  More >>

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