• Eurosim 2018 Colgate Delegation
    The following is by Ed Fogarty, associate professor of political science, director of the International Relations program, and Eurosim faculty adviser. January 4–7, 2018, a delegation of 14 Colgate students traveled to Brussels, Belgium, to participate in the 31st meeting of Eurosim, a Model European Union program in which university students from Europe and the […]
    January 15, 2018
  • Portrait of Professor Susan Thomson
    Assistant Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies Susan Thomson is travelling to Cape Town, South Africa, this summer to continue her research on the experiences of refugee women. Her work is sponsored by a grant from the Picker Interdisciplinary Science Institute and builds on research conducted last summer in Cape Town and in Nairobi, Kenya, […]
    April 11, 2017
  • A new agreement between Colgate University and the Naitonal University of Singapore will create new off-campus study options in 2017.
    Students looking for a dynamic off-campus experience that also allows them to engage in scientific research will have more options in 2017, thanks to a new agreement between Colgate University and the National University of Singapore (NUS). After more than a year of exploration and development, representatives of Colgate and the NUS signed a memorandum […]
    June 24, 2016
  • MQ-9 Reaper drone flying over Afghanistan
    On March 21, more than 200 students, faculty, and community members gathered at the Palace Theater to discuss Drone Warfare: The Implications for Upstate New York. Valerie Morkevicius, assistant professor of political science, and Jacob Mundy, assistant professor of peace and conflict studies, organized the event. Presenters represented a breadth of ideologies on the topic. […]
    April 5, 2016
  • Ribbon cutting in the Center for International Programs
    It was a Colgate Hello that could be heard around the world. On October 15, Colgate ushered in a new era of internationalism and officially celebrated the opening of the Center for International Programs (CIP). The center will serve as a hub for the university’s numerous global initiatives, conducted by faculty and students.
    October 20, 2015