Massive steel girders surrounded by scaffolding and shadowed by mammoth cranes are easily viewable to any passing motorist on 12B in Hamilton. But that work is a small snapshot of the many construction and renovation projects now underway.
Professor Moore Named to New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct
Professor of Political Science and the Director of the Forum on Race and Public Policy Nina M. Moore has been appointed to a four-year team on the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced last week.
George Dorland Langdon Jr. Professor of History Graham Hodges is the recipient of a new National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) teaching grant to share his abolition and Underground Railroad historical expertise with middle school and high school teachers from across the country.
All of these students come together to form a community and are part of our Colgate family.
Associate Dean and Director of International Student Services
Colgate's international student community joins us from 44 countries around the world. Assistant Dean Kerra Hunter, along with the Office of International Student Services, helps them learn to feel at home in Central New York.
I was raised trilingual, speaking English, French, and Spanish, and I have always loved learning new languages.
International relations major; minor in political science
Charlotte Birsh ’23
Charlotte Birsh ’23 loves learning new languages. Her story embodies the hallmarks of a Colgate education: empathy, critical inquiry, interdisciplinary knowledge, and rigorous preparation for the world.