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  • Michael Haines -- Economics Professor -- Colgate University
    of Technological Change Government Policy and Climate awarded to Price Fishback Department of Economics University of Arizona We are now entering county level data from the censuses of agriculture for the period 1925 1950 I am also a subcontractor on an NIH grant awarded to Steven Ruggles of the Minnesota Population Center at the University of Minnesota called Integrated Spatio Temporal Aggregate Data Series I created the ICPSR Study Number 2896 Historical Demographic Economic and Social Data The United States 1790 2000 with ICSPR This has county level population agricultural and other statistics from 1790 to 2002 We now have online the complete published censuses of agriculture from 1840 1920 and from 1969 2002 From 1997 to 1999 I served as vice president and president of the Social Science History Association and as treasurer of that organization from 1985 to 1996 and from 2005 to 2010 I am one of the editors in chief of the Historical Statistics of the United States Millennial Edition I have also been vice president and chair of the program committee of the Economic History Association I earned my MA in economic history in 1968 and a PhD in economic history in 1971 from the University of Pennsylvania where I was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow and a Ford Foundation Doctoral Fellow During 1971 72 I studied at the Institut fuer Weltwirtschaft in Kiel Germany on a Foreign Area Fellowship I have taught economics American and European economic history economic demography history of economic thought and economic development at Colgate Cornell University the University of Pennsylvania Wayne State University and St Joseph s College Degrees BA magna cum laude Phi Beta Kappa Amherst 1967 MA 1968 PhD 1971 University of Pennsylvania Teaching Experience St Joseph s College 1970 Cornell University 1972 78 University of Pennsylvania 1979 Wayne State University 1980 1990 Specialties American economic history European economic history history of economic thought economic development population economics Interests Fertility and mortality in the United States and Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries the mortality decline in Germany since 1850 consumer and housing demand in the United States and Europe since the late 19th century demographic and economic change in Massachusetts and New York state in the 19th and 20th centuries aging and labor force activity Publications Books Historical Statistics of the United States Millennial Edition NY Cambridge University Press 2006 5 volumes Editor in Chief with Susan B Carter Scott Sigmund Gartner Alan L Olmstead Richard Sutch and Gavin Wright A Population History of North America NY Cambridge University Press 2000 Co edited with Richard H Steckel Fatal Years Child Mortality in Late Nineteenth Century America Princeton NJ Princeton University Press 1991 Samuel H Preston Michael R Haines Fertility and Occupation Population Patterns in Industrialization New York Academic Press 1979 Economic Demographic Interrelations in Developing Agricultural Regions A Case Study of Prussian Upper Silesia 1840 1914 New York Arno Press 1978 Articles and chapters Seventeen book chapters nine encyclopedia articles 33 refereed journal articles Journal of

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  • Ken Belanger - Biology Faculty at Colgate
    class discussions to investigate cell structure and function All of the topics covered are areas of intense research in the field of Cell Biology including mitochondria structure and ATP synthesis cytoskeletal dynamics intracellular transport of molecules regulation of cell cycle progression and programmed cell death Students in Biol 326 write increasingly complex papers climaxing with the synthesis of an in depth Current Opinion in Cell Biology review article at the conclusion of the semester Intracellular Transport Biol 483 is a biology Research Tutorial course in which 6 8 undergraduate students undertake an independent research project investigating a novel question focused on understanding how cells move molecules to specific intracellular locations Students in Biol 483 each have their own project and spend the semester moving rapidly toward being able to design carry out and interpret their own experiments utilizing cellular and molecular techniques to investigate cell function Cells and Human Development Core 124 is a Scientific Perspectives course taught as part of Colgate s Core Curriculum As a Scientific Perspectives Core course Cells and Human Development uses the field of human fertilization and early development to explore how scientists investigate new questions analyze qualitative and quantitative data and communicate the results and significance of their investigations In addition discussions focusing on assisted reproduction in vitro fertilization somatic cell nuclear transfer cloning stem cell research and gene therapy allow us to investigate the potential impact scientific findings and technological advances have on society All of these courses from the first year seminar to the research tutorial emphasize student comprehension of the process by which scientific information is obtained This means that we spend considerable time discussing not only what we understand about specific aspects of biology but also how scientists investigate the functioning of molecules cells and organisms All courses require reading of the primary scientific literature design and or execution of an original research experiment and reporting on the results of the experiment in either the format of a primary journal article or as an oral report It is my goal to have students leave these courses not just having learned some new ideas about a particular area of biology but also having taken a significant step toward thinking like a biologist and asking new questions about the field they have just spent a semester examining Academic Service Director of Colgate HHMI undergraduate programs grant On the Health Sciences Advisory Committee Developer of A Flight Through the Cell 3 D animation with Colgate undergraduate students Ian Dwyer Alex Crawford and Avi Das in progress Faculty athletics representative for Colgate athletics to the NCAA Selected Publications undergraduate author Finn EM DeRoo EP Clement GW Rao S Kruse SE Kokanovich KM Belanger KD 2013 A subset of FG nucleoporins is necessary for efficient Msn5 mediated nuclear protein export Biochimica et Biophysica Acta Molecular Cell Research 1833 p1096 1103 DOI 10 1016 j bbamcr 2012 12 020 Belanger KD Griffith A Baker H Hansen J Simmons Kovacs L Seconi J Strine A 2011 The

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  • Jeff Bary - Physics and Astronomy Faculty - Colgate University
    Labs Graduate Teaching Assistant Vanderbilt University 1996 2001 Specialties Infrared and optical spectroscopy of young sun like stars Interests Formation of stars and planetary systems Star disk interactions circumstellar disk irradiation accretion bipolar outflows Evolution of proto planetary disks disk lifetimes dust grain composition and grain growth Extinction in dense cloud cores Infrared spectroscopy Publications Possible Planet Formation in the Young Low mass Multiple Stellar System GG Tau A Dutrey A Di Folco E Guilloteau S Boehler Y Bary J Beck T Beust H Chapillon E Gueth F Hure J Pierens A Pietu V Simon M Tang Y 2014 Nature 514 600 Anomalous Accretion Activity and the Spotted Nature of the DQ Tau Binary System Bary J S Petersen M S 2014 ApJ 792 64 GG Tau The Fifth Element DiFolco E Dutrey A Le Bouquin J Lacour S Berger J Kohler R Guilloteau S Pietu V Bary J Beck T Beust H Pantin E 2014 A A 565 L2 Circumbinary Ring Circumstellar Disks and Accretion in the Binary System UY Aurigae Tang Ya Wen Dutrey A Guilloteau S Pietu V Di Folco E Beck T Ho P Boehler Y Gueth F Bary J Simon M 2014 A A in press Circumbinary Gas Accretion onto a Central Binary Infrared Molecular Hydrogen Emission from GG Tau A Beck T L Bary J S Dutrey A Pietu V Guilloteau S Lubow S H Simon M 2012 ApJ 754 72 Spatially Extended Brackett Gamma Emission in the Environments of Young Stars Beck T L Bary J S McGregor P J 2010 ApJ 722 1360 Variations of the 10 um Silicate Features in the Actively Accreting T Tauri Stars DG Tau and XZ Tau Bary J S Leisenring J M Skrutskie M F 2009 ApJL 706 L168 172 Interferometric Evidence for Resolved Warm Dust

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  • Ben Stahlberg -- Senior Lecturer In Religion -- Colgate University
    Future Maps and Travel Options Colgate Campus About Hamilton New York The People of Colgate Facilities at Colgate Newsroom ColgateX Campus Life Campus Life Overview Housing Options Campus Dining Arts on Campus Clubs and Organizations Sports and Recreation Volunteerism Religious Life Diversity and Inclusion Fraternities and 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 Faculty Search Faculty Directory Ben Stahlberg Colgate Directory FACULTY DETAIL BACK TO RESULTS Ben Stahlberg Senior Lecturer in Religion Religion 318 Lawrence Hall p 315 228 6102 bstahlberg colgate edu Degree PhD Syracuse University Interests Philosophy of Religion Religious Thought after the Holocaust Spinoza s Philosophy of Divine Order Peter Lang 2015 Focus On Student Research Career Services Faculty Profiles Athletics Entrepreneurship Professional Programs Academics About Colgate Campus Life Distinctly

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  • ALANA - Martin Luther King Jr Week
    Location Love Auditorium Time 4 30 p m Keynote Speakers Daughter of civil rights leader Malcolm X is a community organizer social activist motivational speaker and author Senior adviser for the Black Student Union co leader of the AntiRacism Coalition community leader for the Social Justice House Schedule Monday January 18 Noon Student speaker Alexandria Davis 16 Today I See the Dragon and Mantiphondrakes performance Location Memorial Chapel 1 00 2 00 p m Charles Banner Haley What Would MLK Say Black Lives Matter and the New Civil Rights Movement Location ALANA Cultural Center Paula C Johnson and Janis L McDonald Cold Case Justice Initiative Like a Mighty Stream Demanding Justice for the Failure to Prosecute Racist Killings in America Location ALANA Cultural Center 4 00 5 00 p m Kerra Hunter Mahadevi Ramakrishnan Tom Carter MLK s World House International Students and Reciprocal Adaptation at Colgate Location ALANA Cultural Center Tuesday January 19 11 30 a m 1 00 p m Guest speaker Ariyana Smith Where We Stand Location Center for Women s Studies Wednesday January 20 5 30 7 30 p m Movie Night The New Black A documentary that tells the story of how the African American community is grappling with the gay rights issue in light of the recent gay marriage movement and the fight over civil rights Location The Hamilton Theater Friday January 22 Max A Shacknai COVE Day of Service For details contact Andrew Kil at 703 508 4222 or Molly Chandler at 212 374 5427 REGISTER NOW Wednesday January 27 4 30 p m Keynote Ilyasah Al Shabazz Black Lives Matter Location Love Auditorium MLK Afternoon of Service In honor of MLK Day the Max A Shacknai COVE and ALANA are sponsoring a campus wide Afternoon of Service on Friday January 22 at

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  • ALANA Ambassadors
    and I m really excited about reaching out to the community and promoting multicultural awareness I m a history major and I love learning about different cultures and meeting new people I believe it contributes to broadening a person s worldview and understanding of others My parents are from China and I am proud of my heritage and who it makes me In addition to some Chinese I also dabble with Japanese and a teeny bit of French I m also a singer in the university choir As an ALANA ambassador I hope to contribute to the multiculturalism of campus and promote greater awareness among our community Don t be shy stop by ALANA to say hi Kevin Iglesias I am from Silver Spring Maryland and I am a peace and conflict studies major with an interest in advocacy organizations and non profit work I have always had the passion to defend and advocate for those who are disenfranchised and treated unequally I have found many spots on campus that provided me the initial steps to do this As part of the core team for both the Latin American Student Organization and Advocates the gay straight alliance on campus I have helped bring in speakers and planned events on campus that allow students of color and minorities to have their concerns voiced Being an ALANA ambassador allows me to further my work on multiculturalism on campus on a new platform Inclusion is one of ALANA s core values and this is what we hope to foster through our team of ambassadors by bridging gaps between groups across campus Manny Medina I am a sophomore who wants to make my stay at Colgate memorable I am a sociology and Caribbean studies double major with an intended career path in non profits law or business I was born and raised in Washington Heights where I attended a very small public high school called New York City Museum School I am a strong supporter of ALANA I immediately joined the center because it is an organization that fosters inclusion advocates for others promotes and engages in community involvement and addresses multicultural issues I am a leader in Brothers LASO Bystander Intervention and the Student Government Association I also referee intramural basketball games In my spare time I enjoy playing basketball eating at Frank Dining Hall and taking long walks near the Hudson River at home and Willow Path on campus Michelle Cao Hey there My name is Michelle Cao and I am a junior from Los Angeles California I m double majoring in economics and international relations This will be my first year as an ALANA Ambassador and I couldn t be prouder Some of the other groups I m involved with on campus include residential life admissions French Club and the Colgate Portfolio I also love to travel and try new foods I hope to spread these passions and bring students together while spreading cultural knowledge and awareness Make sure to come

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  • Who Are You
    taking the Myers Briggs Type Indicator Interests Have you noticed that even your closest friends sometimes are not interested in the same campus activities classes hobbies or TV shows as you That s because each person s interest preferences is unique to them Better understanding the things that you are most excited about will help you to choose a career path that will best maintain your attention energy and fulfillment Assess your interests using CareerBeam the O Net Interest Profiler or the Strong Interest Inventory Values Do you most value prestige and power or harmony and helping Do you value leisure time or would you rather spend your time working towards work related goals Understanding your personal values what you deem as most important in your personal life and work values what you deem as most important in your work will help ensure that you choose a career path that will echo the things you feel most strongly about Assess your values using CareerBeam Multicultural and Special Populations People are unique in all sorts of ways not just in terms of personality interests values skills abilities and passion s As you think about yourself and your place in this world also take time to reflect upon the ways that your gender race ethnicity socio economic background sexual orientation and religion might have shaped who you are and what you care most about These are not necessarily things that you will share openly with others but it will provide you with a stronger foundation moving forward in your career planning process Visit our Multicultural and Special Populations section for more details Skills Though your Colgate education has the potential to open many doors knowledge of a particular subject is not enough to impress employers It is becoming increasingly critical for you to be able to articulate the skills that you have gained while participating in your education extracurricular activities and internships Skills demonstrate your ability to perform a task effectively and could include things like problem solving quantitative analysis written and verbal communication project management and event planning to name a few Understanding what skills you have to offer employers will help you to market yourself better and also allow you to choose a career path best suited to your strengths Make sure that you take stock of your skills regularly to identify your current strengths along with areas requiring additional development Assess your skills using the CareerOneStop Skills Profiler Abilities As with skills understanding your abilities will help ensure that you choose a career path best suited to your strengths Abilities indicate your capacity to perform a task whether by natural talent or acquired through training and study Assess your abilities using the O Net Abilities Profiler Passions Though it might seem odd to use the word passion when thinking about career choice the truth is that being passionate about what you do is one of the best predictors for personal and career fulfillment You will spend approximately 40 years

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  • Career Services for Students - Assessment Tools
    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 Campus Life Career Services Start Here Self Assessment Assessment Tools Menu Menu Assessment Tools Though you might feel as if you know yourself pretty well it isn t always easy to describe yourself to others articulately or to translate your self knowledge into possible career options That is exactly why we use self assessment tools like those offered through our CareerBeam software or the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory The different assessment tools can confirm some of the vocabulary you already use to describe yourself They might also make you aware of and provide language to describe tendencies you haven t noticed before CareerBeam CareerBeam offers a variety of tools to help students through the self assessment process Complete the Quick Profile to get a quick insight into your personal preferences Assess yourself define your options preferences and envision your future with CareerBeam s more detailed exercises Please contact us to obtain access to the CareerBeam system Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI and the Strong Interest Inventory SII are formal assessment tools that can give you better insight into your personality and interests respectively Please make an appointment with an advisor to discuss how you might utilize these tools and where to access the assessments Campus Life Housing Options Campus Dining Arts on Campus Clubs and Organizations Sports and Recreation Shaw Wellness Institute Volunteerism Religious Life Diversity and Inclusion Fraternities and Sororities ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services Pathways to Success Start Here Self Assessment Who Are You Assessment Tools Explore Majors and Careers Jobs and Internships Graduate and Professional

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