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  • Current Colgate Student Spotlights
    Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home About The People of Colgate Student Spotlights Student Spotlights Our students are passionate about all that they do inside the classroom and out Here s what a few of them are up to today Menu Menu Sohee Ryuk 15 Sohee Ryuk is just one of 50 students awarded a Watson Fellowship The Watson Fellowship grants Sohee 28 000 for a 12 month fellowship She will use the time to explore the complex identities of ethnic Koreans across the former Soviet Union Sohee is a double major in History and Psychology READ MORE Kathryn Van Scoter 16 Kathryn Van Scoter is a religious studies major from Pasadena California She interned at Harvard Law School and for OnFaith a website devoted to covering religion and spirituality Read her personal essay on overcoming an eating disorder READ MORE Jimmy Juarez 15 Jimmy Juarez 15 is a peace and conflict studies major and economics minor from Santa Rosa California A scholar with the Office of Undergraduate Studies Juarez took the time to reflect on his experience studying abroad in Bolivia as well as in the classroom at Colgate READ MORE About Colgate at a Glance Past Present and Future Maps and Travel Options Colgate Campus About Hamilton New York The People of Colgate Interim President Jill Harsin Board of Trustees Faculty Student Spotlights Alumni Spotlights Facilities at Colgate Newsroom ColgateX RELATED LINKS Apply APPLY Our admission and financial aid staff members

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  • Africana and Latin American Studies Program - Colgate University
    on a learning excursion to Martinique READ THEIR BLOG Model African Union Our Model African Union is a great way to pursue your academic ALST interests outside the classroom READ MORE Kori Strother wins 1819 Award Leader of campus reform earns 1819 Award Colgate s highest honor READ MORE Lecture Series ALST brings a variety of challenging and inspiring speakers to campus Learning is not confined to the classroom READ MORE Paradox of the Slave Trade John Thornton of Boston University lectured on The Paradox of the Slave Trade Africans and Europeans in the Export Trade VIEW LECTURE Africana and Latin American Studies ALST is an interdisciplinary program studying the histories and culture both material and expressive of the peoples of Africa the Caribbean and Latin America as well as African Americans Menu Menu Academic Program Course Offerings Faculty and Staff Model African Union Lecture Series Newsletter Events Announcements About ALST You can pursue a major or minor in Africana and Latin American Studies with a concentration in one of the following four areas African Studies Caribbean Studies African American Studies Latin American Studies The geographical areas we study and the diverse peoples who inhabit them provide rich opportunities for interdisciplinary and comparative studies That is why in the course of your studies you will be challenged to draw on information and research methods from disciplines as diverse as political science and music in order to develop a fuller picture of these communities We aim to promote an understanding both of the constituent regions individually and their mutual interdependence Our studies include the examination of the indigenous civilizations of these regions and studies of the impact of migration imperialism and colonialism racism nationalism and globalization in shaping the lives ideas and cultural identities of their inhabitants Helpful Links Academic program Course offerings Faculty Longyear Museum of Anthropology ALST Curriculum Worksheet Success after Colgate Colgate alumni who majored in Africana and Latin American Studies are pursuing careers in a variety of fields Check out just a few of the possibilities out there for our majors READ MORE Off Campus Study Opportunities You ll find that Colgate and the ALST Program strive to provide a globally focused education in a world that is increasingly international in nature There are off campus study opportunities for students to study almost anywhere in the world and ALST students may be particularly interested in the following program West Indies semester long student group to Jamaica Program Contacts Chair Brian Moore 216 Alumni Administrative Assistant Aaron Solle 221 Alumni Program Assistant Anneliese Gretsch 218 Alumni Phone 315 228 7806 Dept Fax 315 228 7098 Follow Us On Vimeo We re sharing video of past lectures travel and events from our program Follow along on our Vimeo channel Histoire de Nègre A total of 21 students from Prof Ramakrishnan s FRE ALST 226 and Christian DuComb s ENGL 351 participated in a staged reading of the Martinican play Histoire de nègre on March 28 2015 It recounts the

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  • Department of Sociology and Anthropology - Colgate University
    past and present We challenge you to research and move us toward a greater understanding of the social structures and values that shape the lives institutions and social forces in our own and other societies Menu Menu Academic Program Anthropology Course Offerings Sociology Course Offerings Faculty and Staff Useful Links Off Campus Study Class Projects News and Updates About Sociology and Anthropology We offer you the opportunity to pursue a degree in sociology or anthropology as a major or minor We examine a very wide variety of subjects including courses on archaeology cultural anthropology social inequality media and popular culture medicine and many others If you re interested in learning more about almost any aspect of human culture and society we re prepared to help advise and instruct you along the way While many of the students in our courses are working towards a major or a minor in the department we also encourage students from outside the department to enroll with us for electives The disciplines of sociology and anthropology lends itself well to the interdisciplinary culture in place at Colgate Majoring in our sociology SOCI or anthropology ANTH programs however does provide you with an outstanding foundation After graduation from Colgate you will have many options for careers or to pursue graduate study in fields such as communications law business management public administration teaching journalism or social work Longyear Museum of Anthropology The Longyear Museum at Colgate is a teaching collection of archaeological and ethnographic materials from Africa Oceania Native North America and the Pre Columbian cultures of North Central and South America The museum is located on the second floor of Alumni Hall campus map and admission is free Learn more about the Longyear Museum of Anthropology What Can I do With a SOAN Degree Information from

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  • Academic Program in Asian Studies - Colgate University
    Studies Expand your interests in Asian studies outside the classroom with some of these great involvement opportunities READ MORE Celebrating ancient Japanese culture Noh performance gives a glimpse of ancient Japan READ MORE Academic Program in Asian Studies Our academic offerings challenge you to expand your mind cultural awareness skills and work habits READ MORE Asian Studies Faculty Compelling instruction and field leading research Meet our Asian studies faculty The nations and cultures of Asia present a uniquely challenging and diverse subject of study We invite you to join us in our academic exploration of these subjects Menu Menu Academic Program Course Offerings Faculty and Staff Student Involvement About Asian Studies Some of the great human civilizations emerged in Asia and today the continent is home to some of the world s most vigorous economies and fascinating political systems We encourage you to learn more about Asia in its own terms through direct confrontation with Asia s languages literatures histories religions and arts The Asian studies program focuses on China Japan and South Asia and offers courses on Southeast Asia and Asians in the Americas as well As an Asian Studies major you will pursue an interdisciplinary course of study grounded in a particular discipline You may pursue a major in Asian Studies with a concentration in one of the following subregions China Japan South Asia You may also work with an adviser to construct a comparative major studying more than one subregion The Asian Studies program also offers minors in Indian Chinese Japanese and Southeast Asian studies Success after Colgate Colgate alumni who majored in the Asian Studies program are pursuing careers in a variety of fields Check out just a few of the possibilities out there for our majors READ MORE Helpful Links Academic program Course offerings Faculty

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  • Astrogeophysics - Major - Course Catalogue
    quantitatively about global issues such as the accelerating pace of global change and planetary habitability Interested students should consult the program director as early as possible to plan an appropriate sequence of courses since many of the required courses have prerequisites Major Program The astrogeophysics major requirements below are for majors beginning with the Class of 2016 Majors in earlier classes may opt to complete these requirements or those in effect when they declared their major One introductory course in a physical science with a grade of C or higher from the following list ASTR 101 Solar System Astronomy ASTR 102 Stars Galaxies and the Universe ASTR 165 How Old Is the Universe CHEM 101 101L General Chemistry I CHEM 102 102L General Chemistry II CHEM 111 111L Chemical Principles GEOL101 101L Environmental Geology GEOL 105 Megageology GEOL 110 110L Geology Outdoors GEOL 115 Evolution Dinosaurs to Darwin GEOL 120 The Geology of America s Parks GEOL 135 Oceanography GEOL 190 190L Evolution of Planet Earth PHYS 131 131L Atoms and Waves GEOL 201 201L Mineralogy and GEOL 202 202L Petrology PHYS 232 232L Introduction to Mechanics and PHYS 233 233L Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism MATH 111 Calculus I MATH 112 Calculus II and MATH 113 Multivariable Calculus One course in astrophysics either ASTR 210 or ASTR 414 and one other advanced astronomy course 300 or higher One senior research course PHYS 410 Advanced Topics and Experiments or GEOL 441 Senior Research Seminar Three other advanced courses chosen from the following physics or astronomy 300 or higher geology 203 or higher or chemistry 300 or higher At least one of these courses must be in geology and at least one must be in physics or astronomy Students should select these courses in consultation with the academic adviser and or

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  • Department of Physics and Astronomy - Colgate University
    a project titled Laser atom interactions in a mass spectrometer for dating Martian rocks LEARN MORE Physics and Astronomy Faculty Compelling instruction and field leading research Meet our physics and astronomy faculty Join us as we explore fundamental questions about the nature of matter and the universe and confront challenging and exciting scientific problems Menu Menu Catalogue Listing Faculty and Staff Curricular Guidance Seminars and Events Useful Links Research Astronomy About Physics and Astronomy We place great emphasis on maintaining a department atmosphere that invites the active engagement of students like you Our small classes and ability to create one on one working and researching relationships with students succeed in achieving just such an atmosphere The average class size in our department is around 15 and we graduate an average of 17 majors per year These small numbers allow individualized development and direct access to our faculty members but without sacrificing access to world class research opportunities or facilities Physics or astronomy majors are a diverse group and the flexibility of the majors allows them to pursue their varied academic interests In addition to the information in the course catalogue there is a wealth of information and advice regarding how to tailor your schedule to your particular interests Department News FROM PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY FROM THE COLGATE NEWS STREAM Helpful Links Catalogue listing academic program Catalogue listing course offerings Faculty and staff Curricular guidance Seminars and events Useful links Research Astronomy Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Summer research opportunities Opportunities for involvement in the department Success after Colgate Colgate alumni who majored in the department are pursuing careers in a variety of fields Check out just a few of the possibilities out there for our majors Physics Astronomy physics Astrogeophysics Physical science Studying in the Department of Physics and

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  • Department of Chemistry
    could help cut nuclear waste in the future READ MORE Advanced Instrumentation Our student and faculty researchers have access to advanced instrumentation like this x ray diffractometer READ MORE We are certified by the American Chemical Society and are nationally recognized for our faculty student research program We offer a research oriented curriculum that culminates in an original senior research project conducted in collaboration with one or more faculty members Menu Menu Academic Program Course Offerings Faculty and Staff Research Opportunities Off Campus Study Facilities and Resources Online Chemistry Tools Chemistry Major Graduates About the Chemistry Department Our department offers majors in chemistry and biochemistry as well as a minor in chemistry We are fortunate to have access to excellent facilities and tools that bolster our teaching and faculty student research abilities We are equipped with top line modern instrumentation such as our dual beam x ray diffractometer video that you can utilize to conduct graduate level research as an undergraduate Each year we sponsor a large and vigorous summer research program which will allow you to establish valuable lab experience while reinforcing concepts learned in the classroom We also encourage you to take advantage of Colgate s robust off campus study offerings The following programs are specifically designed to allow science students the opportunity to study off campus without interrupting progress toward their majors Australia study group University of Wollongong fall option spring option Wales study group Cardiff University fall option spring option National Institutes of Health study group Success after Colgate Our chemistry graduates pursue a wide range of career paths including graduate study in chemistry or biochemistry professional schools in the health sciences graduate studies in other fields including business law theater etc and direct employment after graduation especially in pharmaceuticals or other life sciences firms See

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  • Department of Biology - Colgate University
    FERN FIND Genetics of poodles Xiantao Ding 17 studies the genetic makeup of poodles during summer research READ MORE Academic Program in Biology Our academic program challenges your mind assumptions skills and work habits to help you grow as a learner READ MORE Greenhouse Our greenhouse is home to an extensive collection used for teaching and allows for active research by both faculty and students throughout the year READ MORE Research Opportunities in Biology Perform graduate level research as an undergraduate and make your own discoveries in biology READ MORE Biology Faculty Compelling instruction and field leading research Meet our biology faculty Our expertise covers a diverse range of the biological sciences We invite you to join us as a student of biology as we continue to expand the knowledge of the field Menu Menu Academic Program Course Offerings Faculty and Staff Facilities and Resources Off Campus Study Research Opportunities About Biology If you re interested in biology our department offers the following majors Biology Environmental biology Molecular biology Natural sciences with a concentration in marine science freshwater science Our faculty have expertise in diverse areas including cell and molecular biology organismal and evolutionary biology terrestrial and aquatic ecology plant and animal physiology and animal behavior We have been very successful in attracting generous outside funding for innovative curricular projects as well as major equipment for teaching and research Our faculty are also very active researchers and frequently engage students in investigative laboratories or field projects This is an integral part of the science education we provide Helpful Links Academic program Course offerings Faculty Guidelines for Honors and High Honors Papers Research Opportunities Animal Care and Use Committee Department News Loading FROM THE UNIVERSITY FROM THE DEPARTMENT Department Contacts Chair Timothy McCay Administrative assistant René Beers Office Ho Science Center

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