Associate Professor Mary Simonson started out as a piano performance major at Rutgers University, then shifted her undergraduate focus to music history with a double major in women’s studies. Today, she is the Daniel C. Benton ’80 Endowed Chair in Arts, Creativity, and Innovation at Colgate University.
President Joe Biden this week labeled the deaths of more than a million Armenians killed at the hands of Ottoman Turks in 1915 as genocide, a public recognition that Colgate English professor and Pulitzer Prize winner Peter Balakian has urged for decades.
Join Colgate University Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology Ynesse Abdul-Malak and Syracuse University Professor of Sociology Madonna Harrington Meyer as they discuss their research related to grandparents caring for grandchildren with disabilities.
Jenna Reinbold, associate professor of religion, discusses widespread public confusion about the state of religious freedom in America in a new episode of the Academic Minute, a production of the Albany, N.Y., NPR affiliate WAMC.
Join Colgate Russian and Eurasian Studies Director and Associate Professor of Geography Jessica Graybill as she discusses her research in Russia, and how climate change is impacting its coastal cities in this episode of 13.
Colgate political scientists are weighing in on the ethical questions related to the U.S. military strike that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, Iran’s missile response, and how escalation doesn’t always result in deterrence.