• Colgate University economics professor Chad Sparber
    The immigration debate has caused concern that foreign workers could out-compete U.S.-born applicants, reduce wages, and even discourage Americans from seeking science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers. Using a $128,640 grant from the National Science Foundation, Associate Professor of Economics Chad Sparber and faculty from four colleges will study the impact that foreign-born workers with […]
    August 28, 2015
  • Members of the Class of 2014 seeking careers in the health sciences are now receiving offers of acceptance to medical schools around the country. Brian Chernak ’14, of Rochester, N.Y., Nolan Cirillo-Penn ’14, of Bridgewater, N.J., Elizabeth Flory ’14, of Hanover, N.H., and Tue Nguyen ’14, of Vietnam, are just four of the latest students […]
    April 9, 2014
  • On a recent day in New York City, a dozen students from the on-campus Colgate Entertainment Group met Colgate alumni and toured such locations as Viacom and NBC Universal. The daylong itinerary helped students get great advice and see that a large number of alumni in the entertainment field are part of a strong network […]
    January 31, 2014
  • Eight Colgate students spent two days in New York City to learn about careers in commercial real estate from Colgate alumni working at some of the industry’s biggest firms. On January 15 and 16, the Colgate Real Estate Council hosted an introduction-to-real-estate trip, which consisted of 10 sessions with professionals who spoke about different aspects […]
    January 21, 2014
  • Jason Keith, assistant professor of chemistry, and a team of scientists have made a discovery in chemical bonding that is drawing attention in the science community. In November, Chemistry World, a publication of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Europe’s largest organization for advancing the chemical sciences, published a story on a project that showed actinides, a […]
    December 4, 2013
  • Thomas Cruz-Soto, Arlene Robles ’15, Benjamin Rangel ’15, and Gisselle Perez-Leon ’15 (from left) pose for a photo in Madrid, Spain, at the World University Debate Championship in Spanish.
    Members of the Colgate Speaking Union traveled to Madrid, Spain, this summer to compete in an all-Spanish-language debate tournament, representing one of just three schools from the United States at the international event. Gisselle Perez-Leon ’15, Benjamin Rangel ‘15, and Arlene Robles ’15 spent 11 days in Spain for the World University Debate Championship in […]
    September 11, 2013
  • Colgate students working with professor Jason Meyers for the past four years have been searching for the answer to why stem cells in certain parts of zebrafish, the same fish you might find at a local aquarium shop, regenerate when their sensory cells are damaged. Because similar human cells do not regenerate, and their loss […]
    August 29, 2013