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  • Chapel - For Personal Meditation and Worship
    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 Facilities at Colgate Chapel House Chapel The Chapel at Chapel House Our Chapel is intended primarily for individual worship and meditation by anyone wishing to use the non denominational and flexible space Menu Menu Personal Worship and Meditation Stalls at the rear of the chapel make it possible for several people to be present simultaneously without disturbing each other Two oratories provide privacy when the curtains are drawn Instead of pews our chapel features individual chairs This design choice was made so that a person can sit comfortably for long periods of time Flexibility Our chapel has not been formally dedicated It is consecrated by the worship of those who use it Because the space is intended for use by those of any religious background or none the Christian cross at the center of the space can be temporarily concealed or revealed with the use of a curtain This provides the space with the flexibility to serve all visitors regardless of their religious affiliation About Colgate at a Glance Past Present and Future Maps and Travel Options Colgate Campus About Hamilton New York The People of Colgate Facilities at Colgate The Arts Athletics Chapel House About Chapel House Overnight Guests Chapel Resources Find Chapel House Feedback Classrooms and Research Libraries Ho Tung Visualization Lab Newsroom ColgateX RELATED LINKS Diverse Religions DIVERSE RELIGIONS There are communities on campus for those of any religious tradition or none Wellness

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/about/facilities-at-colgate/chapel-house/chapel (2016-02-01)
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  • Where to Find Chapel House - Colgate University
    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 About Facilities at Colgate Chapel House Find Chapel House Menu Menu Find Chapel House Chapel House is located in a serene setting atop the Colgate University campus in Hamilton N Y We welcome all visitors of all religious traditions or none from all over campus the community the country and the world University Address Chapel House is located at Colgate University Colgate s address is Colgate University 13 Oak Drive Hamilton NY 13346 Directions to Campus Learn your options and choose the easiest method to travel to Colgate s campus On Campus Directions The map below highlights the routes to Chapel House once you arrive at the Colgate campus The blue route is for those arriving from the north while the red route is for those arriving from the south Click the tacks for written instructions at each intersection View Chapel House Directions in a larger map Latitude and Longitude 42 48 52 N 75 32 17 W About Colgate at a Glance Past Present and Future Maps and Travel Options Colgate Campus About Hamilton New York The People of Colgate Facilities at Colgate The Arts Athletics Chapel House About Chapel House Overnight Guests Chapel Resources Find Chapel House Feedback Classrooms and Research Libraries Ho Tung Visualization Lab Newsroom ColgateX RELATED LINKS Diverse Religions DIVERSE RELIGIONS There are communities on campus for those of any religious tradition or none Wellness WELLNESS Spiritual wellness

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/about/facilities-at-colgate/chapel-house/find-chapel-house (2016-02-01)
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  • Feedback About Your Experience at Chapel House
    Sororities ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services Distinctly Colgate Distinctly Colgate Overview 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 About Facilities at Colgate Chapel House Feedback Comments and Feedback We value your comments about your experiences at Chapel House Menu Menu Loading About Colgate at a Glance Past Present and Future Maps and Travel Options Colgate Campus About Hamilton New York The People of Colgate Facilities at Colgate The Arts Athletics Chapel House About Chapel House Overnight Guests Chapel Resources Find Chapel House Feedback Classrooms and Research Libraries Ho Tung Visualization Lab Newsroom ColgateX RELATED LINKS Diverse Religions DIVERSE RELIGIONS There are communities on campus for those of any religious tradition or none Wellness WELLNESS Spiritual wellness is one of the eight dimensions at Colgate s Shaw Wellness Institute Directions FIND CHAPEL HOUSE Chapel House

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/about/facilities-at-colgate/chapel-house/feedback (2016-02-01)
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  • Message from the Chapel House Director
    Lathrop Hall Past Messages January 30 2015 Dear Chapel House community Since the Fall of 2013 I have had the great honor serving as director of Chapel House I d like to share with you some upcoming plans for one of Colgate s iconic buildings which I know is of great importance to many of you Chapel House was built in 1959 which makes the building and the majority of its systems well over 50 years old With the assistance of an outside firm we recently completed building condition assessments on all of our buildings on campus Chapel House was identified to be in great need of many deferred maintenance upgrades such as windows roofing and mechanical replacements as these systems have reached the end of their life cycle As we do these upgrades we also plan to make this building code compliant with respect to ADA accessibility and all other code requirements These upgrades will extend the overall life of the building and improve the energy efficiency and comfort I have been at Colgate for over 25 years as a member of the religion department and Jewish studies program When I was hired at Colgate I was extremely curious and interested in Chapel House Thus I was happy that Professor John Ross Carter graciously invited me and my wife to stay at the House during my first visit after I was hired Since then I have valued Chapel House for its peace and quiet its spiritual sensibility its religious books art and music and also for the honesty and simplicity of its modernist architecture As the new director I am committed to preserving the legacy of Professors Kenneth Morgan and John Ross Carter while evolving Chapel House so it can meet the spiritual and religious needs of all generations in the 21st century The original donor and Professor Morgan had tremendous foresight in founding Chapel House as a place for individual silent retreat in a natural setting with no particular religious affiliation or agenda Given the noisy fast pace of contemporary life this vision remains extremely relevant I believe now is a good time to pause and reflect on what most needs to be preserved and what could be enhanced at Chapel House This task is particularly timely as we make necessary renovations to a 56 year old building that has some critical structural and mechanical issues I have heard from a number of guests alumni students and faculty of Colgate about this upcoming project Let me first say that I am thankful to learn that Chapel House has been such an important part of your lives Respecting and preserving that which has made Chapel House important to you remains a central goal of mine as a well as a goal of the advisory committee which we now have formed This group includes the University Chaplain administrators and a few especially interested and committed faculty members Colgate has fiduciary responsibility for Chapel House and for the proper stewardship of

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/about/facilities-at-colgate/chapel-house/message-from-the-director (2016-02-01)
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  • Directory - Colgate University
    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 Colgate Directory Last Name First Name Everyone Faculty Staff Students Select Department Or Office All Accounting and Control Admission Africana and Latin American Studies ALANA Cultural Center Art and Art History Asian Studies Athletics Biology Bookstore Budget Decision Support Campus Safety Career Services Center for Leadership and Student Involvement Center for Learning Teaching and Research Center for Outreach Volunteerism and Education COVE Chapel House Chaplain Chemistry Classics Colgate Camp Communications Community Affairs Computer Science Counseling Center Dean of the College Dean of the Faculty Provost Dining Services Document Services East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Education Electronics English Environmental Health Safety Environmental Studies Equity and Diversity Facilities B G Film and Media Studies Finance Administration Financial Aid Geography Geology German Greek Life Health Services History Human Resources Humanities Information Technology Institutional Advancement Institutional Planning Research International Relations International Student Services Jewish Studies LGBTQ Initiatives LGBTQ Studies Library Linguistics Mail Services Mathematics Medieval and Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern Studies and Islamic Civilization Music National Fellowships Native American Studies Natural Sciences Neuroscience Off Campus Study Outdoor Education Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Physical Education Recreation Sports Physics and Astronomy Picker Art Gallery Political Science President s Office Psychology Purchasing Registrar Religion Residential Life Romance Languages Russian Eurasian Studies Shaw Wellness Institute Social Sciences Sociology and Anthropology Summer Programs Sustainability Theater Thought into Action Institute Undergraduate Studies University Studies Upstate Institute Women s Studies Writing and Rhetoric All 2016 2017 2018 2019 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/directory?dept=CHAP&lastname=&firstname=&searchfor=0 (2016-02-01)
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  • Wars Beyond War Workshop - Peace and Conflict Studies
    Žižek Are we in a war The past quarter century witnessed the primary terrain of global security shift from the international to the intra and trans national Post Cold War mass violence has become development in reverse the unmaking of sovereignties economies and societies Contemporary mass violence not only poses a direct challenge to the spread of democratic norms it also calls into question the ability of states and international organizations to use effective military force to uphold humanitarian norms defeat irregular armies and rehabilitate collapsed governments Mass violence also challenges social science scholars have struggled to keep pace with new dynamics and patterns of armed conflict that appear to defy and transgress existing conceptual schema and traditional levels of analysis Though understandings of late warfare have been deeply affected by the international milieu of the 1990s the global scene has undergone immense changes during the past decade These changes have yet to be fully appreciated when it comes to the study of mass armed violence particularly The events of September 11 2001 and the subsequent war on terror The refinement and attempted codification of the principles and practices of humanitarian intervention under the rubric of the Responsibility to Protect doctrine and The ensemble of global forces converging into a potentially nonlinear and catastrophic environmental breakdown bringing with it unknowable social political and economic ramifications With these changes in mind this workshop seeks to accomplish three aims To offer a critical evaluation of the state of the study of armed conflict particularly after a decade of intensive research within competing paradigms e g New Wars vs Greed Grievance To assess this literature within these new and changing international contexts one markedly different from the immediate post Cold War reality that gave birth to the recent renaissance in the study of civil wars Implications for democratic governance and the efficacy of military interventions will be assessed particularly for those states most tasked with these responsibilities Workshop Participants Peace and Conflict Studies PCON at Colgate Jacob Mundy jmundy colgate edu Assistant Professor Workshop Co Organizer Stefanie Fishel sfishel colgate edu Post Doctoral Research Fellow Co Organizer David Campbell A Lindsay O Connor Professor in Peace and Conflict Studies Daniel Monk dmonk colgate edu George R and Myra T Cooley Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies and Professor of Geography Nancy Ries nries colgate edu Associate Professor of Anthropology and Chair of Peace and Conflict Studies Susan Thomson sthomson colgate edu Assistant Professor Presenters Stefanie Fishel Colgate University Responsibility to Protect as an Apparatus of Capture Biopolitics and Intervention Catherine Goetze University of Nottingham Ningbo China Gossip politics and survival in armed conflict Caroline Holmqvist Swedish National Defense College New Political Spatialities in the War Policing Nexus The Issue of Strategic Communications Ben Meiches Johns Hopkins University The Responsibility to Preserve Humanitarian Intervention and Violent Expenditure Valerie Morkevicius Colgate University Tin Men Ethics Cybernetics and the Importance of Soul Jacob Mundy Colgate University The Politiography of Late Warfare Towards a Critique Steve Niva

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/departments-and-programs/peace-and-conflict-studies/events/wars-beyond-war-workshop (2016-02-01)
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  • Colgate in the Media - January 2015
    University s Clifford Gallery and Picker Art Gallery Artdaily org 27 01 2015 Internationally acclaimed artist Mark Dion at Colgate University s Clifford Gallery and Picker Art Gallery HAMILTON NY Colgate University Many taking more than 4 years to finish four year degrees The Observer Dispatch AP 27 01 2015 data shows Locally some schools report much higher success rates Colgate University s six year graduation rate is 92 percent And Hamilton Madison author Sex abuse costs changed everything for Catholic Church Daily Record 25 01 2015 of Catholic Bishops in American Politics and political science professor at Colgate University called Formicola s account of the depressing Liberal Arts Colleges Where the Most Accepted Students Enroll US News World Report 21 01 2015 Judson College AL 198 68 34 3 Wesleyan University CT 2 181 741 34 Colgate University NY 2 238 759 33 9 Smith College MA 1 897 643 33 9 Western Sahara s stranded refugees consider renewal of Morocco conflict The Guardian 06 01 2015 said Jacob Mundy assistant professor of peace and conflict studies at Colgate University It s viewed as being historically part of Morocco NY Gov Cuomo Plans to Enforce Yes Means Yes Anti Rape Policy The Inquisitr News 19 01 2015 weight that it deserves as a criminal act Emily Hawkins a Colgate University senior explained that even after the enforcement of Yes Means Yes Madison County Tourism Projects Awarded Madison County Courier 19 01 2015 breakfast area and business center in Cazenovia 750 000 Colgate University Center for Art and Culture The proposed project is the relocation Hate Yik Yak And Anonymous Gossip Sites All You Want But They Won t Go Away The Huffington Post 14 01 2015 Want But They Won t Go Away Throughout 2014 students at Colgate University in central New York were outraged by a slew of racist comments Herbst will not seek contract renewal The Observer Dispatch AP 21 01 2015 Herbst will not seek contract renewal Colgate University President Jeffrey Herbst recently announced that he has decided not to seek renewal Colgate president won t seek contract renewal school names interim president The Central New York Business Journal 14 01 2015 renewal school names interim president HAMILTON N Y Colgate University President Jeffrey Herbst has told the school that he has decided not Azavea s Summer of Maps returns to offer nonprofits free mapping services Technical ly Philly 13 01 2015 needs of six nonprofits by enlisting the services of three students from Colgate Penn and Clark University The results of these projects have Denise Battles named president of SUNY Geneseo Democrat and Chronicle 13 01 2015 California Los Angeles and a Bachelor of Arts degree in geology from Colgate University She is a member of the editorial board for the Journal One Reason to Offer Free Online Courses Alumni Engagement The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 01 2015 a lot more interesting That s what Karen Harpp is doing in her Colgate University course

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  • Colgate in the Media - February 2015
    professor Study measures universities impact on CNY economy The Daily Orange 25 02 2015 in New York state Le Moyne College Cazenovia College and Colgate University are three of the others included in the central New York region Private colleges have huge economic impact on region The Telegram 17 02 2015 New York from the Mohawk Valley grouping Cazenovia College Colgate University and Syracuse University Those three colleges in addition to Four African American Scholars in New Faculty Roles The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education 13 02 2015 at San Antonio April Baptiste has been promoted to associate professor of environmental studies at Colgate University in Hamilton New York What Happens on Campus Stays on Campus Inside Higher Ed 27 02 2015 arrests even with proportionately high numbers of disciplinary referrals At Colgate University 245 students in 2012 and 2013 were referred for disciplinary Best Color for Business Is Uber a Black Car a Yellow Taxi or Something Else City State 24 02 2015 function as a public utility according to Graham Hodges a Colgate University professor and former taxi driver who wrote a history book on the Here are the stars who could win big by snagging an Oscar Fortune 20 02 2015 be gender differences too according to one study done by a Colgate grad student which found that actors can earn as much as 83 percent higher F M Archaeology Summer Camp to be held June 29 July 3 Fayetteville Manlius Schools 20 02 2015 students from the Onondaga Nation and under the guidance of Colgate University professor Jordan Kerber archaeologists from the New York State Colgate Orchestra plays free Dvorak Symphony Sunday RomeSentinel com AP 19 02 2015 Colgate Orchestra plays free Dvorak Symphony Sunday HAMILTON The Colgate University Orchestra Marietta Cheng conductor will perform the Dvorak Africa Good Growth and Good Governance in Africa an Experts Forum All Africa com 18 02 2015 understanding of African politics Jeffrey Herbst is President of Colgate University He writes extensively on African politics particularly Scarborough native Kyle Baun on list for U S college hockeyâ s Hobey Baker Award InsideToronto com 13 02 2015 legend Bobby Baun Kyle Baun Photo HEATHER AINSWORTH Third year Colgate University hockey player Kyle Baun leads his team this season with 23 Does winning an Oscar actually matter anymore Entertainment Wise 10 02 2015 though could be in for a pay rise The honors thesis of a student at Colgate looked at the earning power of actors and actresses in the years Film focuses on Mideast peace Sun Sentinel 09 02 2015 assistant professor of Religion and Middle Eastern and Islamic studies at Colgate University who is also in the documentary echoed Katz feelings CAA Announces Publication of Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts College Art Association 09 02 2015 Godfrey CAA president and professor of art and art history at Colgate University said The research undertaken in this project demonstrated that Schools Banning Phone App Yik

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