People

  • Kwasi Konadu portrait and 13 podcast logo
    Konadu’s life work is devoted to knowledge production and the worldwide communities and struggles of peoples of African ancestry.
    June 29, 2020
  • Deo Ac Veritati inscribed on stone shield
    Esther Rosbrook, assistant director of Colgate University’s ALANA Cultural Center, will assume the director position on June 1. She is currently serving as the center’s assistant director.
    May 15, 2020
  • Fojo Beans storefront
    Paramedics, firefighters, police officers, and medical personnel can all visit FoJo Beans coffee roasters in downtown Hamilton to pick up their favorite beverage at no cost, thanks to the generosity of community donors who helped to establish a fund for first responders and healthcare staff.
    April 7, 2020
  • 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. 
    February 28, 2020
  • Nick Kokonas portrait
    Join Colgate Alumnus Nick Kokonas, co-owner of the world-renowned Alinea, Next, Aviary, Aviary NYC, Roister, and the St. Clair Supper Club, as he shares his thoughts about experiential dining, Twitter dustups, and how he is taking on an established tech giant to improve how restaurants handle online reservations in this episode of 13.
    January 27, 2020
  • Associate Professor of Biology Engda Hagos works with Changchang Liu ’15 in the summer of 2014
    Newly published research authored by 10 Colgate students and led by Associate Professor of Biology Engda Hagos, reveals how a specific protein inhibits cancer growth at the cellular level, which could one day lead to new cancer treatments. 
    December 17, 2019
  • Chapel spire flanked by fall foliage
    On November 8, Colgate University joined in a nationwide celebration of first-generation college students. Anthony Wright ’20, Diana Flores ’20, and Arturo Max Longoria ’21 are among those community members who are the first in their families to attend college.
    December 10, 2019
  • Deo Ac Veritati carved in stone
    Paul J. Schupf ’58, trustee emeritus, a philanthropic supporter of the arts, and the founder of the W.S. Schupf Endowed Chair in Far Eastern Studies passed away on December 4, 2019. He was 82 years old.
    December 9, 2019