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  • Lodging
    Inn 315 824 2300 Collegiate Bed and Breakfast B B 315 750 0579 Guest House at Weathervane Farm B B 315 750 8081 Hamilton Farmhouse 513 518 1735 Hanson Bed and Breakfast 315 824 8964 Helfant Residence and Apartment 315 750 9890 Holcomb s Bed Breakfast B B 315 228 2120 315 824 3901 Home Suite Home B B 315 391 7933 daytime Lake Moraine Guest House 315 824 1427

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/mobileapppages/lodging (2016-02-01)
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  • Xiamen Student American Experience - Colgate University
    and political systems American economic and social history U S foreign policy the U S China relationship American culture The role of religion in American politics The American graduate school experience American Music Restless Country John Crespi Luce Associate Professor of Chinese and Director of Asian Studies Learn the history of America through the songs of soldiers cowboys hobos and immigrants over the past 200 years all performed live on traditional instruments from the guitar to the harmonica to the jaw harp The Great Depression and the New Deal Michael Haines Banfi Vintners Professor of Economics My lecture will cover the Great Depression and the New Deal in the United States 1929 1941 It will cover the variety of explanations as to why the economy contracted between October 1929 and March 1933 the various New Deal programs and whether the New Deal actually got us out of the Great Depression The U S Financial System An Overview Thomas Michl Professor of Economics This lecture explores the U S financial system during and after the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 It begins with the basics of how banks work and how traditional banks are vulnerable to bank runs Then it explains the rise of the shadow banking system which is based on money market funding of capital market lending and argues that the GFC was a new kind of bank run shadow banks running on other shadow banks in the money markets It concludes with a brief description of the policy responses to the crisis and its aftermath Speaking Listening the English Language Bethany Reichen This is a discussion based course that focuses on the themes introduced in the faculty lectures as well as current issues and selected topics from American popular culture Students participate in daily informal discussions as well as weekly formal speeches or presentations and the course culminates in a final debate Students gain experience with research note taking and public speaking skills throughout the month and are expected to participate fully and constructively in each lesson Separation of Church and State Jenna Reinbold Assistant Professor of Religion What do we mean when we talk about the separation of church and state Where does this principle originate Are there exceptions This lecture explores the relationship between religion and law in the United States Students will consider the question of what Americans mean when they speak of the separation of church and state and they will explore explore the ways in which the US Supreme Court has attempted to implement this principle within American law Earthquakes Causes consequences and solutions Martin Wong Associate Professor of Geology Earthquakes are a potent reminder of the often deadly power of the Earth This talk explores the causes and consequences of earthquakes with an emphasis on the 2011 Tohoku earthquake in Japan that killed over 25 000 people mostly during the resulting tsunami Possible strategies for reducing or eliminating casualties and damage from earthquakes are discussed Short term earthquake prediction remains an elusive

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/community/summerprograms/academic-and-arts-programs/american-experience (2016-02-01)
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  • OUS Summer Institute - Office of Undergraduate Studies
    Summer Institute is open exclusively to students admitted to Colgate in the Office of Undergraduate Studies OUS All applicants to Colgate are considered for the OUS program no additional application is necessary or possible If accepted to the program students will be notified with their Colgate acceptance letter Community Programming also introduces participants to various offices that manage student affairs and campus life In addition students will be introduced to Hamilton and its surrounding communities to learn about the myriad offerings in their new home away from home Frequently Asked Questions When I arrive on campus where do I go For students and families coming to campus by car there will be signs directing traffic to the upper campus parking lots near Gate House Personal cars are not allowed to remain on campus during the five week session For those arriving in Utica or Syracuse by bus train or plane we will provide shuttle services to campus We will send a questionnaire regarding travel plans prior to the program We urge students and their families to complete the questionnaire even if arriving by car so that we can plan accordingly for everyone s arrival Where will I be living Gate House campus map is the summer residence for all OUS scholars in the Summer Institute The Summer Institute s Residential Academic Coaches RACs and RAC Coordinator will also reside in Gate House OUS scholars will not be living in Gate House upon returning for the beginning of the fall semester The plan is to have all OUS scholars reside in a single residential building during their first year on campus More information will be shared during the Summer Institute What should I pack OUS scholars should plan on bringing casual clothing as well as one or two dressier outfits for special activities The weather is generally moderate during the summer but it can get cool during the evenings and early mornings while rising to quite warm temperatures during the day We cover the cost of tuition books supplies fees for co curricular activities room and most meals during the Summer Institute Bring some pocket money for any other personal expenses Note about linens We will provide a set of university rented linens consisting of a pillow case two sheets includes fitted sheet two towels and two washcloths for the duration of the Summer Institute The OUS scholars are responsible for laundering these items Washers and dryers are available in the Gate House residence at a cost of 1 50 per load wash or dry OUS scholars are responsible for providing their own pillow and comforter This is a list of suggested items OUS scholars should consider bringing as well For the closet Jacket sweater Bathing suit Causal clothing shorts jeans sweats etc Comfortable shoes sneakers flats etc Hangers Pajamas Robe Socks underwear Two or three business casual outfits blouses dress shirts pants tie dress skirt dress shoes Umbrella For the bathroom Shower bucket for carrying supplies to and from shower

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/scholars-programs/office-of-undergraduate-studies/summer-institute (2016-02-01)
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  • Colgate Writers' Conference
    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 Community Summer Programs Programs for Adults Colgate Writers Conference Colgate Writers Conference June 12 18 2016 Menu Menu Welcome Workshops Faculty Videos Fees and Fellowships Schedule Apply Contact Our senior staff is here to talk with you about writing and the writing life and to work with you on your creative nonfiction novel poetry or short fiction Whether you are a veteran writer or a novice we offer a full schedule of consultations workshops craft talks panel discussions readings and informal conversations that will sustain your long range efforts or help you get started Bring a story a book in progress some poems or a novel and work with us on developing narrative strategies verse techniques and methods of research Members of the publishing profession will also be here to discuss marketplace tactics while you spend a week at the campus that the Princeton Review named America s most beautiful Conference Information Welcome Workshops Faculty Videos Fees and Fellowships Schedule Apply Contact Why Colgate Workshop hundreds of pages not just a chapter Meet with the same small workshop daily for the entire week Grow as a writer through intensive peer review Our costs are all inclusive room and board for the week as well as tuition Professional writers and editors will discuss both the craft and the business of writing Contact Us We encourage you to call write or e mail the conference staff for more information Matthew Leone Director Colgate Writers Conference Office of Summer Programs 13

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/community/summerprograms/adult-programs/colgate-writers-conference (2016-02-01)
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  • Explore
    Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Alumni Stay Involved Signature Programs Explore Explore If you find yourself saying things like Back in my day when I applied to college you might need a refresher on the college admission process Menu Menu The Explore program is targeted for rising high school juniors and seniors who are sons daughters and or grandchildren of alumni We invite you to spend a couple of days at Colgate to gain further understanding about the college search and selection process regardless of schools you are applying to Explore 2016 Thursday Friday July 21 22 More program details and sample schedule from 2015 is below Information and Sample Schedule The workshop is designed as a service to our Colgate community Parents and students will be advised on basics of the college admission process Colgate staff members will lead various sessions on topics that include guidelines for researching colleges how to prepare for a campus visit tips for completing your application and an in depth look at the selection process through a mock application review The workshop will be broad based covering selective college admission rather than Colgate admission specifically 2015 FINAL EXPLORE Schedule Registration for Explore will open in mid March 2016 Stay tuned to this page for further details as they become available Questions Contact Laura Masse Assistant Director of Alumni Relations at lmasse colgate edu Alumni Alumni Directory Reunion ColgateX Professional Networks Career Services for Alumni Giving to Colgate Stay Involved Classes Clubs Volunteer Colgate Day Class News Affinity Groups Alumni Awards Event Gateway Alumni Advantages Travel Signature Programs Explore Tailgates Seniors in the City the Scene Alumni Council Return to Colgate Staff Directory RELATED LINKS Alumni Directory ALUMNI

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/alumni/stay-involved/signature-programs/explore (2016-02-01)
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  • Young Writers' Workshop - Daily Activities
    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 Community Summer Programs Academic and Arts Programs Young Writers Workshop Daily Activities Daily Activities The Young Writers Workshop will be located in the Olive B O Connor Student Center also known as the Coop on the Colgate campus Menu Menu Quicklinks Home Visiting Writers Application Advisory Board Schedule Monday August 3 Thursday August 6 8 00 8 30 a m Arrival at The Olive B O Connor Student Center The COOP 4 30 p m Pick up at the COOP Printable Campus Map Friday August 7 8 00 a m 8 30 a m Arrival at the COOP 12 00 p m Pick up at the COOP or Celebration of Writing until 3 00 p m Students and their families are invited to attend the Celebration of Writing Friday August 8 from Noon to 3 p m at the O Connor Campus Center COOP featuring a catered lunch for students cake for everyone and readings of student work The celebration

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  • Young Writers' Workshop - Visiting Writers
    in 2013 at the International Film Festival Rotterdam had its North American premiere at SXSW and was selected as the Closing Night Film at New Directors New Films OUR NIXON went on to win awards at film festivals such as Seattle Nantucket Ann Arbor Traverse City and IFFB before being released by Cinedigm and CNN Films Penny is a 2012 Creative Capital grantee and was named one of Filmmaker Magazine s 25 New Faces of Independent Film She has been awarded grants for her work by Cinereach Tribeca Film Institute Documentary Fund LEF Foundation New York State Council on the Arts Adrienne Shelly Foundation Experimental Television Center IFP and the Puffin Foundation She was named Most Badass at the Iowa City Documentary Film Festival in 2009 She has taught film video and new media arts at Bard College Hampshire College and Williams College and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art and Art History at Colgate University And yes Penny Lane is her real name Janelle Schwartz Poet and Travel Writer In residence Monday August 4 Janelle A Schwartz received both her master s degree in comparative literature and her Ph D in English literature from the University of Wisconsin Madison She has published articles essays and blogs on literature and ecology cabinets of curiosity and pedagogy Her poetry has been published in The Arkansas Review and in an anthology dedicated to Mary Shelley s The Last Man Schwartz is the co editor of Curious Collectors Collected Curiosities An Interdisciplinary Study She is also the author of Worm Work Recasting Romanticism 2012 University of Minnesota Press which focuses on the intersection of invertebrate zoology during the 18th and 19th centuries with the poetry and prose of Romanticism The direction of Schwartz s next research project involves literary

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  • Young Writers' Workshop - Applications
    Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics 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 Community Summer Programs Academic and Arts Programs Young Writers Workshop Applications Menu Menu Young Writers Workshop Applications To apply please complete our online application form by June 1 2015 for tuition of 195 or by Aug 3 2015 for tuition of 215 Quicklinks Home Daily Activities Visiting Writers Advisory Board Application Checklist APPLY NOW Complete online application Creative writing sample 2 12 pages with your name on the sample 25 deposit or letter requesting to waive the deposit please make check payable to Colgate University and write Young Writers Workshop in the memo line Completed financial aid application with Hamilton Emerald Foundation for Hamilton Central School students seeking need based financial aid Submit by mail a writing sample and a 25 deposit or letter requesting to waive the deposit Please note that checks will not be cashed until students are officially accepted and un cashed checks will be returned Colgate University Young Writers Workshop ATTN Ashley Stagner c o Jenn Lutman Writing and Rhetoric Department 213 Lathrop Hall 13 Oak Drive Hamilton NY 13346 Tuition Deadline Tuition for the Young Writers Workshop is 195 by June 1 or 215 by August 3 Financial Aid Financial aid is available to Hamilton Central School students through the Hamilton Emerald Foundation HEF Scholarship Fund Students from other districts please contact director Ashley Stagner at youngwriters colgate edu Apply by June 1 to

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