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  • ColgateX - Living Writers - Online Learning
    Freedom Marjane Satrapi Persepolis and Martin Amis The Zone of Interest Start reading the novels listed above now in preparation for this fall when we launch an in depth examination of the writers and their works There will be regular podcasts videotaped lectures discussion forums and real time streaming of author events And enjoy a chance to interact with undergraduate students taking the Living Writers course on campus You can devote as much or as little time to this course as you like Read one book or two or all four We urge you to take full advantage of this course which is co taught by a literary scholar and a creative writer who bring to the table synergistic perspectives and a delight in the fun of the whole venture SIGN UP NOW Faculty Jane Pinchin Jane Pinchin Thomas A Bartlett Professor in the Department of English teaches courses in modern and contemporary fiction Her publications include Alexandria Still Forster Durrell and Cavafy Princeton University Press University of Cairo Press and in Spanish Almed 2005 She is presently at work on a monograph on E M Forster and the Bloomsbury Group for Cecil Woolf Publishers At Colgate Jane has also served as provost and dean of faculty 1994 2001 interim president 2001 2002 and chair of the English department 2005 2013 at Bowdoin College she now serves as a trustee Jennifer Brice An associate professor of English at Colgate Jennifer Brice is a writer and teacher of creative nonfiction Her first book The Last Settlers is a work of documentary journalism and her second Unlearning to Fly is a memoir in essays Her essays have appeared in many journals and anthologies including The Dolphin Reader The Gettysburg Review River Teeth and American Nature Writing A regular member of the Colgate Writers Conference faculty she is at work on a collection of essays about being in love with the material world Jonathan Franzen On Campus Participants are invited to meet Jonathan Franzen author of Freedom during a special on campus event October 23 More details to come about this Family Weekend event Texts These novels are available at a 25 percent discount at the Colgate Bookstore Title The Orchard of Lost Souls Author Nadifa Mohamed Title Freedom Author Jonathan Franzen Title Persepolis The Story of a Childhood Author Marjane Satrapi Title Zone of Interest Author Martin Amis Course dates In addition to any locations listed on campus all sessions below will be available via Livestream on the ColgateX platform Nadifa Mohamed September 17 8 00 p m Colgate bookstore September 18 4 30 p m Persson Auditorium Jonathan Franzen October 22 8 00 p m October 23 4 30 p m Love Auditorium Marjane Satrapi October 29 8 00 p m October 30 4 30 p m Love Auditorium Martin Amis December 3 8 00 p m December 4 4 30 p m Love Auditorium Questions If you have any questions about the course or getting involved please e mail Stephanie

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  • Karen Harpp - Geology Faculty at Colgate University
    3777 The emergence of a Galápagos shield volcano Roca Redonda Volcano with J Standish D Geist and M Kurz Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 1998 v 133 p 136 148 Geochemical variations in a single basaltic flow at 9 30 N on the East Pacific Rise Scientific Results Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program 1995 v 142 p 9 22 Articles in Non Peer Reviewed Journals Harpp K S 2002 How do volcanoes affect world climate Ask the Experts Scientific American posted April 15 at www scientificamerican com Harpp K S 2002 How do geysers work Ask the Experts Scientific American posted January 7 at www scientificamerican com Geist D J Bohrson W and Harpp K S 1998 Penrose Conference report Evolution of ocean island volcanoes GSA Today 8 December 18 21 Geist D J Bohrson W and Harpp K S 1998 Penrose Conference report Evolution of ocean island volcanoes Episodes IUGS 21 261 264 Conference Papers denotes a Colgate University undergraduate Morrow T Mittelstaedt E Harpp K S 2013 Geochemistry of Intra Transform Lavas from the Galápagos Transform Fault Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA abstract S51C 2379 Sinton C Mittelstaedt E L Harpp K S 2013 The Temporal Evolution of the Northern Galápagos Volcanic Province Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA abstract V13F 2674 Peterson M Saal A Hauri E Kurz M Werner R Hauff F Geist D Harpp K 2013 Volatile budget of Galápagos plume Goldschmidt Meeting Florence Italy Dufek J Benage M C Geist D Harpp K S 2013 Flow Transformation in Pyroclastic Density Currents Entrainment and Granular Dynamics during the 2006 eruption of Tungurahua Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA abstract V23C 2864 Harpp K S invited Hall P S Jackson M G 2012 Galápagos and Easter A tale of two hotspots Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Dennis K J McClinton J T White S Hoernle K Mittelstaedt E L Harpp K S 2012 Bathymetry of the Galápagos Spreading Center from a synthesis of 25 years of ship based multibeam sonar data Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Wilson E L Schwartz D M Van Kirk R Harpp K S 2012 Geochemistry of Isla Santa Cruz Galápagos Archipelago Ecuador Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Schwartz D M Wilson E L Van Kirk R Harpp K S Kattenhorn S A 2012 Structural analysis of Santa Cruz Island Galápagos and implications for future deformation Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Morrow T A Mittelstaedt E L Harpp K S Soule S A 2012 Statistical analysis of submarine fault populations associated with oceanic transform boundaries Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Sinton C W Mittelstaedt E L Harpp K S 2012 New age constraints on the eruptive history of the Northern Galápagos Volcanic Province Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Harpp K S Schlitzer W Morrow T Mittelstaedt E 2012 Isotopic variations in the Northern Galápagos Volcanic Province Goldschmidt Geochemistry Conference Montreal Canada Harpp K S Walters R L Mittelstaedt E L 2011 Lithospheric controls on volcanic processes in the Northern Galápagos Volcanic Province Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Schlitzer W Harpp K S Mittelstaedt E L Kurz M D Geist D 2011 The effect of lithospheric discontinuities on the composition of lavas from the Northern Galápagos Platform Etension Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Mittelstaedt E L Soule S A Harpp K S Fornari D J 2011 Multiple epressions of plume ridge interaction at the Galápagos Volcanic lineaments and ridge jumps Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Sinton C W Harpp K S Mittelstaedt E L Soule S A 2011 Age constraints on the eruptive history of the Northern Galápagos Volcanic Province Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Kurz M Harpp K Geist D Fornari D Curtice J 2011 Novel applications of noble gases in the Galápagos Archipelago AGU Chapman Conference Galápagos Islands Ecuador July 2011 Peterson M E Saal A Hauri E Kurz M Werner R Hauff F Geist D Harpp K 2011 Volatile budget of the mantle sources of the Galápagos plume AGU Chapman Conference Galápagos Islands Ecuador July 2011 Schlitzer W Harpp K Kurz M Mittelstaedt E Fornari D 2011 Plume Ridge Interaction in the Galápagos III The origins of Pinta Marchena and Genovesa Islands AGU Chapman Conference Galápagos Islands Ecuador July 2011 Wilson E Harpp K 2011 Plume Ridge Interaction in the Galápagos II Volcanic evolution of the Northern Galápagos Islands AGU Chapman Conference Galápagos Islands Ecuador July 2011 Soule S Mittelstaedt E Harpp K Fornari D Geist D 2011 Evaluating ridge hotspot interaction models through crustal stress indicators in the Northern Galápagos Volcanic Province AGU Chapman Conference Galápagos Islands Ecuador July 2011 Mittelstaedt E Soule S Fornari D Harpp K 2011 Plume ridge interaction at the Galápagos Insights provided by new gravity and magnetic observations AGU Chapman Conference Galápagos Islands Ecuador July 2011 Harpp K Geist D Miller M Kurz M Mittelstaedt E Fornari D 2011 Plume Ridge Interaction in the Galápagos I Lithospheric control on volcanic lineament generation in the Northern Galápagos Province AGU Chapman Conference Galápagos Islands Ecuador July 2011 Carey A Lyons W B Harpp K Barton M 2011 Climate dust and soil biogeochemistry on volcanic islands AGU Chapman Conference Galápagos Islands Ecuador July 2011 Rader E L Geist D Geissman J W Harpp K S Dufek J 2011 Emplacement temperatures of boiling over pyroclastic density currents from Tungurahua and Cotopai volcanoes Ecuador Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Benage M C Dufek J Geist D Harpp K 2011 Surge across the Chambo Entrainment topographical influences and flow transformation of pyroclastic density currents using a combined field and multiphase modeling approach Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Myers M Geist D Rowe M C Harpp K Dufek J 2011 Melt inclusion data from the July August 2006 and May 2010 eruptions of Tungurahua volcano Ecuador Bray B Harpp K S Geist D Garcia M O Swarr G J 2010 Origin of the Vanda Dike Swarm Dry Valleys Antarctica Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Bray B Harpp K S Geist D Garcia M O Swarr G J Buck S A Parcheta C E Matulaitis I 2009 Sr and Nd isotopic and geochemical analysis of the Vanda Dike Swarm Antarctica Eos Trans AGU 90 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V51C 1685 San Francisco CA Pollock N Harpp K S Geist D Dufek J 2010 Vegetation damage as a proy for physical characteristics of PDCs Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Kurz M D invited Harpp K S Geist D Fornari D J Curtice J Lott D Jenkins W 2010 Noble gas tracers of plume ridge interaction at the Galápagos Archipelago Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Moser K Harpp K S Ketchum J T Espinoza E Penaherrera C Banks S Fornari D J Geist D Mittelstaedt E L 2010 A shark s eye view of the ocean floor Integration of oceanographic research with educational outreach Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Schlitzer W Harpp K S Kurz M D Geist D Mittelstaedt E L Fornari D J 2010 The geochemistry of Pinta Marchena and Genovesa Islands and the surrounding seafloor in the Galápagos Archipelago Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Mello C Harpp K S Mittelstaedt E L Geist D Fornari D J Soule S A 2010 Investigation of E W trending parallel ridges north of the Galápagos Archipelago Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA McKee C T Harpp K S Geist D Mittelstaedt E L Fornari D J Soule S A 2010 Morphology size and spatial distribution of seamounts in the Northern Galápagos Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Sinton C W Harpp K S Christie D M 2010 Petrology and geochemistry of the Northeast Seamounts of the Northern Galápagos Province Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Tinnin A Sinton C W Soule S A Harpp K S Fornari D J Mittelstaedt E L 2010 Morphology of a new Galápagos seamount and effects on local primary productivity Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Harpp K S Mittelstaedt E L Geist D Fornari D J Kurz M D Sinton C W Koleszar A M Soule S A 2010 Perspectives on plume ridge interaction in the Northern Galápagos Province Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Miller M Harpp K S Geist D Mittelstaedt E L 2010 Lithospheric evolution of magmas from the Northern Galápagos Province Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Cushman W Harpp K S Kurz M D Geist D Mittelstaedt E L Fornari D J Soule S A 2010 Seamount lineaments of the Northern Galápagos and plume ridge interaction Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Peterson M Saal A Hauri E Werner R Hauff F Kurz M Geist D Harpp K 2010 Sources of volatiles in basalts from the Galápagos Archipelago Deep and shallow evidence Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Fornari D J invited Soule S A Harpp K S Mittelstaedt E L Geist D Kurz M D 2010 Seafloor Volcanic and Structural Features Adjacent to the 90deg 50 N Transform Galápagos Spreading Center Clues for Understanding Plate Boundary Kinematics and Lithospheric Melting Processes Eos Trans AGU Fall Meet Suppl San Francisco CA Swarr G J Garman K A Harpp K S Dufek J Geist D 2009 A microanalytical perspective on late stage conduit dynamics at Tungurahua and Cotopaxi Volcanoes Ecuador Eos Trans AGU 90 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V13B 2017 San Francisco CA Garman K A Swarr G J Dufek J Harpp K S Geist D 2009 Clast morphologies and heating experiments constrain the thermal conditions during pyroclastic density current emplacement at Tungurahua volcano Ecuador Eos Trans AGU 90 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V13B 2018 San Francisco CA Bray B Harpp K S Geist D Garcia M O Swarr G J Buck S A Parcheta C E Matulaitis I 2009 Sr and Nd isotopic and geochemical analysis of the Vanda Dike Swarm Antarctica Eos Trans AGU 90 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V51C 1685 San Francisco CA Swarr G J Garman K A Harpp K S Dufek J Geist D 2009 A microanalytical perspective on late stage conduit dynamics at Tungurahua and Cotopai Volcanoes Ecuador Eos Trans AGU 90 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V13B 2017 San Francisco CA Garman K A Swarr G J Dufek J Harpp K S Geist D 2009 Clast morphologies and heating eperiments constrain the thermal conditions during pyroclastic density current emplacement at Tungurahua volcano Ecuador Eos Trans AGU 90 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V13B 2018 San Francisco CA Weatherford E H Oswald P Harpp K Geist D White B 2008 The prehistoric development of Hekla Volcano and its modern eruptive style Eos Trans AGU 89 53 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V11B 2034 San Francisco CA Swarr G Oswald P Harpp K Geist D 2008 Comparison of historic and prehistoric tephra deposits at Hekla Volcano Iceland Eos Trans AGU 89 53 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V11B 2035 San Francisco CA Shuttleworth S Swarr G Harpp K Oswald P Geist D 2008 Laser ablation ICP MS of mied pumices from Hekla Volcano Iceland Eos Trans AGU 89 53 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V21A 2073 San Francisco CA Swarr G Oswald P Harpp K Geist D 2008 The 1300 AD eruption of Hekla Volcano Iceland 43 rd Annual Northeast Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America Buffalo NY White B M Harpp K Geist D Oswald P 2008 On the sub glacial ridges surrounding Hekla Volcano Iceland 43 rd Annual Northeast Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America Buffalo NY Turka J Harpp K Oswald P Geist D 2008 Geochemical evolution of the Burfell Southern Iceland 43 rd Annual Northeast Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America Buffalo NY Buck S A Geist D J Garcia M O Harpp K Parcheta C E Matulaitis I 2008 Amphibole content and composition of the Vanda Dike Swarm Dry Valleys Southern Victoria Land Antarctica Eos Trans AGU 89 53 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V13C 2136 San Francisco CA Parcheta C Garcia M O Harpp K Geist D Buck S Matulaitis I 2008 Structural analysis of the Vanda Dike Swarm McMurdo Dry Valleys Southern Victoria Land Antarctica Eos Trans AGU 89 53 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V13C 2135 San Francisco CA Perlman C Harpp K Jordan B 2008 A declining Tertiary rift zone NORÐURFJÖRÐUR Iceland 43 rd Annual Northeast Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America Buffalo NY Oswald P Geist D Harpp K Christensen B Wallace P 2007 Differentiation of historical Hekla magmas Eos Trans AGU 88 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V13C 1493 San Francisco CA Christensen B Harpp K S Oswald P Geist D J 2006 A re eamination of Hekla s 20 th Century eruptions Iceland Eos Trans AGU 87 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V11A 0567 San Francisco CA Harpp K S and Geist D J 2006 On the Origin of Volcanism in the Northern Galapagos Islands Lithospheric Fracturing and Plume Ridge Interaction Cities on Volcanoes Conference Quito Ecuador Christensen B C Harpp K S Geist D J and Koleszar A M 2006 The Eruptive and History and Geochemical Evolution of Floreana Island Galapagos Archipelago Cities on Volcanoes Conference Quito Ecuador Geist D Harpp K and Kurz M 2005 The Depleted Galapagos Mantle Plume or Upper Mantle Geochim Cosmochim Acta 69 p A91 Goldschmidt Conference Moscow ID Diefenbach B Geist D Kurz M Fornari D and Harpp K 2005 Geochemistry and Morphology of Submarine Terraces from the Southwestern Galapagos Platform Geochim Cosmochim Acta 69 p A91 Goldschmidt Conference Moscow ID LeBon E P and Harpp K S 2005 The Grounds of War Terrain Surficial Geology and the Pacific War American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual AAAS Meeting Washington DC Nagle A N Harpp K S and Geist D J 2005 Temporal Geochemical Variations in Lavas From Sakurajima Volcano Japan Eos Trans AGU 86 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V53B 1566 San Francisco CA Waymack S W Carrington M P and Harpp K S 2005 Okinawa Japan Geologic Battleground Eos Trans AGU 86 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract ED53A 0322 San Francisco CA Harpp K S Christensen B C Geist D J and Garcia M O 2005 Petrologic Consequences of the Magmatic Death of a Continental Arc Vanda Dike Swarm Dry Valleys Antarctica Eos Trans AGU 86 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V23A 0681 San Francisco CA Geist D J Boudreau A Garcia M O Harpp K Mathez E and Marsh B 2005 Origin of Mafic Pegmatoids in the Dais Intrusion Wright Valley Antarctica Eos Trans AGU 86 52 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V14C 07 San Francisco CA invited Harpp K S Geist D J Koleszar A M Rollins N A and Christensen B 2004 The Evolution of Floreana Island Galapagos Archipelago I Eruptive History and Geochemistry IAVCEI Meeting Pucon Chile Geist D J Harpp K S Lyons J and Diefenbach B 2004 The Evolution of Floreana Island Galapagos Archipelago II Evidence from Mafic and Ultramafic Xenoliths IAVCEI Meeting Pucon Chile Harpp K S and Geist D J 2004 Origins of Volcanism in the Galapagos Archipelago Alternative Mechanisms for Volcanic Activity in Plume Ridge Systems EOS Trans AGU 85 28 West Pac Geophys Meet Suppl Abstract V43B 04 Honolulu HI Invited talk Geist D J Lyons J and Harpp K S 2004 Construction of the Galapagos Platform by Magmatic Overplating EOS Trans AGU 85 28 West Pac Geophys Meet Suppl Abstract V41B 65 Honolulu HI Lambert M K Harpp K S Geist D J Fornari D J Kurz M D Koleszar A M and Rollins N A 2004 Examination of the Constructional Processes of Submarine Cerro Azul and the Galapagos Platform Eos Trans AGU 85 17 Jt Assem Suppl Abstract V43C 04 Barr J A Harpp K S and Geist D L 2004 Plagioclase Ultraphyric Basalts of the Northern Galapagos and Plume Ridge Interaction Eos Trans AGU 85 17 Jt Assem Suppl Abstract V43C 05 Koleszar A M Rollins N A Harpp K S and Geist D J 2004 The Evolution of Floreana Island Galapagos Mantle Metasomatism as a Control of Structural and Geochemical Variations Eos Trans AGU 85 17 Jt Assem Suppl Abstract V43C 06 Rollins N Harpp K S Geist D J and Koleszar A M 2004 Compositional Variations on the Timescales of Single Eruptions in Lavas from Floreana Island Galapagos Eos Trans AGU 85 17 Jt Assem Suppl Abstract V43C 07 Lyons J J Geist D J and Harpp K S 2004 Petrogenesis of Ultramafic Xenoliths from Floreana Island Galapagos Archipelago Ecuador Eos Trans AGU 85 17 Jt Assem Suppl Abstract V43C 08 Karmosky C C and Harpp K S 2004 Onondaga Lake A Forsaken Superfund Site or a Sampling Playground for Environmental Geochemistry Classes Eos Trans AGU 85 17 Jt Assem Suppl Abstract ED31A 05 Harpp K S Wanless V D Otto R H and Hoernle K 2003 Magmatic Consequences of Failed Rift Zones Examples from the Eastern Pacific Eos Trans AGU 84 47 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V12G 05 San Francisco CA Harpp K S 2003 Petrology in action Teaching Volcanology in the Undergraduate Curriculum Eos Trans AGU 84 47 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract ED51A 06 San Francisco CA Geist D J Naumann T Standish J Harpp K S Kurz M and Fornari D J 2003 Diffuse Rift Zones Subaerial and Submarine Satellite Vents at Wolf Volcano Galapagos Eos Trans AGU 84 47 Fall Meet Suppl Abstract V12G 04 San Francisco CA Harpp K S and Geist D J 2003 Alternative mechanisms for volcanic activity in hotspot ridge systems The Northern Galápagos Province

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  • Get Involved with Colgate Career Services
    The Alumni Career Advisory Network Can students and other alumni contact you about your career path current position or for general career advice Update your profile on iCAN Please include your description of professional experience and LinkedIn profile Alumni volunteers only please On campus mock interviews Are you visiting campus during a weekday and willing to provide practice interviews Tell us at least seven business days in advance and we ll do our best to pair you up with a student interviewee Internships and jobs Help open the door to the first step or continuation in someone s career Contact us to post a job or internship learn about on campus recruiting or our off campus interviewing events A Day in the Life job shadowing Host a student at work for a day over January break This is an exploration program designed to provide our younger students a realistic picture of professional life Sign up to serve as a host Financial support of Career Services Our impact is amplified by the generous support of our donors Designate your online giving to Career Services or speak with our Institutional Advancement colleagues about your gift If you would like to learn about our current needs or are a new donor who d like to discuss your giving please contact Jen Stone at 315 228 6928 Please e mail careervolunteer colgate edu if your idea is not reflected above While we seek to use volunteers time appropriately we cannot guarantee student participation For more information please contact Center for Career Services ccs colgate edu or 315 228 7380 Alumni Career Advisor Network In response to your needs the Office of Alumni Relations and the Center for Career Services developed a convenient searchable professional directory using the same database that drives our popular alumni

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  • Career Services - Toolkit
    Whether you are seeking your first professional job or want to change your career direction you must take stock of what s important so you can honor your professional SELF and play to your strengths Chapter 2 Networking The reality is that people hire who they know and who they trust so it s essential to build a community of people known as your network that will help you showcase your value in the workplace so you can achieve your career goals Chapter 3 Social Media Recruiters troll social media sites frequently looking for new talent Whether you are searching for an entry level opportunity or experienced career advancement you should have a social media presence that reflects your professional best Chapter 4 Career Research Conducting research is the first step to empower you with information to help you make informed career decisions and choices Chapter 5 Resume Cover Letter Portfolio A polished and professional looking toolkit is essential for marketing your strengths Often this is the first introduction others will have of you so a lasting positive impression is crucial for success Chapter 6 Interview Once you have landed the interview you have a fresh opportunity to impress an employer beyond your written materials This section will outline the different types of interviews and highlight strategies to help you ace this crucial part of the hiring process Chapter 7 Negotiation Educating yourself so you know your value in the job market is crucial In this section we ll cover negotiation techniques for salary and other tangibles that have worth in the career world Chapter 8 Career Maintenance It s important for professionals to be in control of their own career destiny because it s not your boss s job to look out for your career future Learn how to

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  • James B- Colgate Society
    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 Alumni Giving to Colgate Leadership and Recognition James B Colgate Society Menu Menu James B Colgate Society Created in 1995 the James B Colgate Society recognizes the university s most generous benefactors those who have contributed 1 million or more during their lifetimes Since 1891 when James B Colgate made the first million dollar gift to Colgate 93 individuals have followed in his footsteps and earned a place on the society s rolls James B Colgate Society members have shaped the future of this university and its students through their investments in capital projects faculty chairs financial aid and other programs Society members played an important role in the successful Passion for the Climb The Campaign for Colgate For their vision and their willingness to invest the resources necessary to transform vision into reality we thank every member of the James B Colgate Society Alumni Alumni Directory Reunion ColgateX Professional Networks Career Services for Alumni Giving to Colgate Types of Gifts Giving Opportunities Leadership and Recognition Raiders for Excellence Presidents Club 1819 Circle Alumnae Leadership Council James B Colgate Society The Power of You Stay Involved the Scene Alumni Council Return to Colgate Staff Directory RELATED LINKS Alumni Directory ALUMNI DIRECTORY Update and View Your Profile Login and Logout Mobile Directory FAQs E mail for Life Talk to Us TALK TO US Have a question or suggestion Want to share photos or news Send a Message Staff Directory Make

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  • Endowments
    accountability and plenty of appreciation on behalf of the Colgate community We are tasked with the establishment of named endowment funds the installation of physical commemoratives and the naming of physical spaces Our office then reports back on the technical aspects of your investment and the impact it has on our students and faculty Endowment funds which exist in perpetuity and are managed by the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees provide support for many of our most vital transformational initiatives Unrestricted endowment contributions provide the university with long term financial flexibility Named funds restricted to a specific purpose allow alumni parents and friends to honor or memorialize themselves or loved ones in a particularly meaningful way There are several types of restricted endowment funds including Chairs Allow Colgate to recruit and retain the brightest faculty for our classrooms and the best coaches for our athletic teams Endowed chairs can be established with an average minimum investment of 2 million Scholarships Make a Colgate education accessible for almost half of our undergraduate population each year Restricted scholarships can be established with minimum contributions of 100 000 unrestricted scholarships with a minimum gift of 50 000 Institutes of Advanced Study Enhance Colgate s reputation by supporting faculty scholarship and promoting student professor research initiatives that cross disciplinary boundaries Named institutes require a minimum contribution of 5 million Student Research Funds Enable students to collaborate with faculty members on meaningful summer research projects Student research funds can be established with a minimum gift of 100 000 For more information on memorial funds endowment funds or commemoratives please contact those at the bottom of the page Contact Information Thirza Morreale Associate Vice President Institutional Advancement Director of Stewardship 315 228 6776 tmorreale colgate edu Jessica Reilly 04 Senior Associate Director of Stewardship

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  • Corporations and Foundations
    A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Alumni Giving to Colgate Types of Gifts Corporations and Foundations Corporations and Foundations Forming partnerships that make great ideas possible Menu Menu Colgate dreams big dreams The Office of Corporate Foundation and Government Relations connects the university with organizations and agencies that are prepared to support our students and faculty as they transform those dreams into reality Recent Grants to Colgate A 700 000 grant from the Andrew W Mellon Foundation is supporting a new program of Sophomore Residential Seminars Grants from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations and George I Alden Trust supported the recent expansion of the Keck Center for Language Study in Lawrence Hall Funding from the Institute of International Education helps Colgate bring language interns from abroad each year to assist students learning Arabic Chinese and Russian More than 25 science grants from federal agencies including the National Science Foundation National Institutes of Health and NASA are assisting faculty and student research and laboratory instrumentation The New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium Colgate Hamilton College Hobart William Smith Skidmore St Lawrence and Union colleges has received grants from the Andrew W Mellon Foundation and Teagle Foundation to support collaborative activities These are just a few of our recent success stories Members of the Colgate community can help us add to the list by introducing our university to organizations interested in funding higher education initiatives More Information For more information about corporations foundations and government relations please contact Helen Kebabian Director of Corporate Foundation and Government Relations Phone 315 228 7451 E mail hkebabian colgate edu Alumni Alumni Directory Reunion ColgateX Professional Networks Career Services for Alumni Giving to Colgate Types of Gifts Matching Gifts Installment Perpetual Gifts Corporations and Foundations Giving Opportunities Leadership and Recognition The Power of You Stay

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  • Alumni Council Members
    for a four year term Recommended by the Nominations Committee and approved by vote of the Alumni Council during the fall meeting and ratified at the annual meeting of the Alumni Corporation Proposed slate is listed in the winter edition of the Colgate Scene which also summarizes the method for contesting the proposed slate through nomination by petition If no new nominations are made the Executive Secretary is authorized to cast a unanimous ballot for the Alumni Council s proposed slate at the annual meeting of the Alumni Corporation during Reunion Weekend Representatives Era Group Years Alumni Representatives Era I 1931 1967 4 468 James O Aston 57 Alden T Doolittle 67 Guy V Martin 57 Christopher Smith 63 Era II 1968 1977 4 762 Robert L Glendening 71 John Z Hecker 73 Amr M Nosseir 76 Andrew S Roffe 68 Era III 1978 1984 4 277 Patricia Apelian Aitken 76 Elizabeth Buchbinder 77 Claudia J Stephan Braden 80 Debra A Duarte 81 Era IV 1985 1990 4 517 Carmine DiSibio 85 Diane Munzer Fisher 84 John A Hayes 88 Eric T Seidman 84 Era V 1991 1998 4 599 Craig U Dana 91 Robert S Grossman 96 Scott S Hague 96 TBD Era VI 1999 2005 4 663 Yvonne Gyimah 01 Christian B Johnson 02 Jessica M Prata 01 Brian K Suiter 00 Era VII 2006 2013 5 477 Taylor L Buonocore 08 Bart Hale 04 Anne M Huntington 07 Kelechi A Oguh 08 Total Alumni 32 763 NOTE Era groupings are reconfigured every three years to reflect an even distribution of the current alumni population The Era groupings above are based on a reconfiguration done during the summer of 2013 8 At large Representatives Two new representatives elected each year in the same manner as era representatives for a four year term Representatives Vaughn E Crowe 02 Sean F Devlin 05 Robert P Fenity 06 Harry A Horwitz 76 Denniston M Reid Jr 94 Timothy C Seamans 02 Gregory A Threatte 69 Kelli Wong Williams 03 9 Regional Vice Presidents RVP Recommended by Nominations Committee and elected by the Alumni Council at the spring meeting All nine RVPs serve on the District Clubs Committee for a four year term Representatives Area Alumni RVP Metro I NYC LI Westchester Fairfield 5 747 Susan L Becker Gould 03 New England 4 984 Kaela A Mueller 09 Mid Atlantic PA DE MD DC WV VA 4 252 Christopher J Gavigan 84 Upstate New York 3 275 Nancy Miller Maynard 05 Far West 3 253 Christian B Teeter 95 Southeastern 2 642 Lesley R McNamara 01 Mid West 2 517 Daniel J Solomon 05 Southwest International 2 400 Ashley D Kepping 07 Metro II NJ except Phila suburbs 2 171 TBD Total Alumni 31 241 6 Alumni Trustees When a seat is vacant the Executive Committee recommends one current or past member of the Alumni Council as a candidate for Alumni Trustee Nominations from the floor are also considered The candidate is

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