• Colgate student Ranissa Adityavarman '16 smiles in a photo at an art gallery.
    Ranissa Adityavarman ’16, an international relations major from Manlius, N.Y., is one of just 30 students nationwide to be named a 2016 Rangel Fellow, which provides financial and professional development support for graduate studies and to help facilitate entry into a career with the U.S. Foreign Service. The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Program, formed […]
    April 18, 2016
  • William Andrews ’16 (left) and Carolyn “Cara” Skelly ’16 (right)
    Two Colgate students will teach English in Germany for a year thanks to being awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships. William Andrews ’16, a German and international relations major from of Richmond, Va., and Carolyn “Cara” Skelly ’16, a German and Middle Eastern and Islamic studies double major from Wellesley, Mass., will be helping students to […]
    April 12, 2016
  • Congratulations to Maggie Dunne ’13 and Ryan Smith ’13, each of whom has made an appearance on one of Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 lists. Dunne, who double majored in Native American studies and religion, founded Lakota Children’s Enrichment, Inc., (LCE) while still in high school. As a Colgate sophomore, she joined the university’s Thought Into Action […]
    January 5, 2016
  • 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
  • Editor’s note: In this series, Colgate students share stories about their summer experiences in offices, labs, and open spaces across the world. Just following the July 4 holiday, I began my summer internship working for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, under the minority leadership of Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland. The past two weeks have […]
    July 20, 2015
  • It’s almost unheard of for an undergraduate student to present a statement at a United Nations (UN) session. Yet, Susan Price ’16 has done so not just once, but twice. Most recently, on June 18, Price presented at the 29th session of the UN Human Rights Council.
    July 8, 2015