HWS alumni and alumnae work in all sectors of banking, finance and accounting. Many of them are highly successful entrepreneurs. These graduates have gone on to pursue positions at many top ranked institutions and firms across the country, including the following:
Bank of America
Department of the Treasury
DFS Hong Kong
J.P. Morgan Chase
MGM Studios, Inc.
New York State Health Dept.
New York Yankees
U.S. Dept. of Commerce
U.S. Dept. of State
United States Embassy
The significant progress of the Colleges' new 65,000-square-foot Performing Arts Center that will be at the heart of the HWS campus was recently highlighted in a feature article published in the Finger Lakes Times. Senior Project Manager and Associate Director for Planning and Construction Chris Button was quoted about the project's development. "Things went very speedily and actually have contin... More >>
When he arrived at HWS, Fernando Banales Mejia '17 thought he would pursue a degree in political science. After his first semester, he decided to take an introduction to chemistry course to satisfy goal four, "Experience scientific inquiry and understand the nature of scientific knowledge in both its promise and limitations." However, Banales Mejia quickly found that he preferred chemistry to po... More >>
A national standout as the only NCAA Division III athlete at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, Hobart College football offensive lineman Ali Marpet '15 continued to impress NFL scouts, coaches and analysts during Hobart's Pro Day. Held March 13, the event gave representatives from 10 NFL teams as well as the media an opportunity to watch Marpet operate on his home turf while he ran through a number ... More >>
After considering four carefully crafted proposals for both non-profit and for-profit ventures competing in the annual Stu Lieblein '90 Pitch Contest, the judges returned from deliberations to name Paige Pierce '17 winner of the 2015 entrepreneurship competition at HWS. Pierce received a $10,000 check thanks to the support of Stu Lieblien '90, who generously funded this year's grant and will do s... More >>
Amy Jackson Sellers, vice president for the Geneva City Schools Board of Education, has been named Hobart and William Smith Colleges' first-ever program coordinator for Geneva 2020, a community-wide initiative focused on increasing graduation rates, improving literacy and boosting college readiness for local students. As program coordinator, Sellers will manage and support various commitments dev... More >>