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Budmen '15 Newman Civic Fellow

Peter Budmen '15 has been named a 2014 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact, which honors student leaders who have worked to find solutions for challenges facing their communities. On campus and in the Geneva community, Budmen has dedicated his time to volunteering with the Geneva Head Start program and working with local children. A public policy major and biology minor, he is one of just 197 students in 36 states and Washington D.C. to be named a fellow. He is working toward his teaching cer...  More >>

Youth Leadership College at West Street

For much of the spring semester, Madeline Buckley '15 and Dana Williams '16 are co-leading Youth Leadership College (YLC) sessions for second graders involved in student government at West Street Elementary School. The initiative serves as their practicum for the Centennial Center for Leadership's (CCL) HWS Leads Certificate Program and utilizes a curriculum originally designed by Caroline Dosky ...  More >>

Alums Share Career Journeys

Married alums Jackie Johnson Cox '05 and Kevin Cox '05 recently returned to the Colleges to visit with students and talk about where they are now, and the journey they took to get there. Jackie Cox is a vice president at Zeno Group, a privately held global PR agency in New York City that is part of the Edelman Company. Cox works in consumer marketing and works closely with clients to develop holi...  More >>

Dunn Discusses Africa on WRVO

Associate Professor of Political Science Kevin Dunn was interviewed for a WRVO public radio segment, "The Campbell Conversations," hosted by Grant Reeher, the director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute and professor of political science at Syracuse University. The show, in which Dunn and Campbell discuss African politics, originally aired on WRVO (89.9 in Oswego/Syracuse) on Sunday, March ...  More >>

2014 Orientation Coordinators Named

As the excitement of welcoming the Classes of 2018 continues to build, HWS is adding to that enthusiasm with the announcement of the 2014 Orientation Coordinators: Paul Ciaccia '15 and Dana Williams '16. In their roles, Ciaccia and Williams will coordinate a fun-filled weekend of events that unifies the Classes, builds community, promotes civic engagement and introduces the incoming first-year st...  More >>

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