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  • Communications Office - News - Website - Publications - Photos
    events REQUEST A PHOTO PROJECT REQUEST WEB ASSISTANCE E MAIL A NEWS LEAD Rebecca Downing Interim Vice President for Communications During the last 19 years Rebecca has held numerous positions on the communications staff most recently as managing editor of the Colgate Scene as well as having worked in advancement and admission marketing as well as internal communications and media relations She provides strategic leadership to ensure the continued success of the division at a key moment in Colgate s history Phone 315 228 7415 E mail rdowning colgate edu Kathy Owen Senior Administrative Assistant Kathy is our go to person for administrative support She maintains the office budgets manages meeting requests and monitors the campus online calendar She also serves as production assistant for the Colgate Scene organizing class news and maintaining the mailing list Phone 315 228 7407 E mail kowen colgate edu Katie Oscarlece Special Projects Assistant Katie helps with special projects within the communications office and with the review and maintenance of content on the colgate edu website Phone 315 228 6413 E mail koscarlece colgate edu Content Strategy The content strategy team creates and shares the Colgate news that is most relevant to prospective families alumni and the wider public The team also works with journalists and social media influencers to generate coverage of Colgate newsmakers and successes Dan DeVries Admission Marketing and Media Relations Manager Dan manages content strategy and creation for Colgate s main external reputational audiences including admission prospects and the national media His responsibilities include media relations publicity and crisis communications and he will serve as a liaison to the Office of Athletic Communications Phone 315 228 6395 E mail ddevries colgate edu Matt Hames Communications Strategist Matt is responsible for the planning measurement and dissemination of university communications including digital and social media He partners with colleagues across the university in incorporating digital strategy into content development Phone 315 228 6637 E mail mhames colgate edu Aleta Mayne Managing Editor Aleta manages editorial workflow and quality control for university communications efforts She also serves as managing editor of the Colgate Scene and manages the student editorial intern team Phone 315 228 6669 E mail amayne colgate edu Mark Walden Editorial Director Mark leads outreach intake and vetting of story opportunities in Colgate s core mission of teaching learning research and scholarship He also serves as liaison to the divisions of dean of the college and dean of the faculty Phone 315 228 6535 E mail mcwalden colgate edu Creative Team The creative team plays a key role in creating official university materials including digital media the admission view book fundraising materials the Colgate calendar the university catalogue and more Andrew Daddio University Photographer Andy is Colgate s primary shooter for communications office initiatives and projects He manages student photographers coordinates freelancers and oversees the university s photography database Phone 315 228 6670 E mail adaddio colgate edu REQUEST A PHOTO PROJECT Dave Herringshaw Digital Production Specialist Dave engages Colgate s

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  • Author of The End of Time - The Maya Mystery of 2012
    students in research through regular field trips to Central America and Peru to study history hieroglyphic writing calendars and architecture they often contribute as co authors in the publication of new discoveries In 2004 Aveni was the recipient of the H B Nicholson Award for Excellence in Mesoamerican Studies given by the Peabody Museum and the Moses Mesoamerican Archive at Harvard University He has been awarded research grants by the National Geographic Society the National Science Foundation and various private foundations for work in both American continents as well as in Europe and the Middle East He has more than 300 research publications to his credit including three cover articles in Science magazine and key works in American Scientist The Sciences American Antiquity Latin American Antiquity and The Journal of Archaeological Research Two of his short pieces have been cited as notable essays in the volumes Best American Essays of 2002 and Best American Science Writing of 2002 His books include Empires of Time on the history of timekeeping Conversing With the Planets a work that weaves together cosmology mythology and the anthropology of ancient cultures by showing how they discovered harmony between their beliefs and their study of the sky and most recently The End of Time The Maya Mystery of 2012 His latest book has generated wide interest as the date Dec 21 2012 became a focal point for a wide variety of theories about how it marks the end of the world or at least the end of the world as we know it Whether the end will result from the magnetic realignment of the north and south poles bringing floods earthquakes death and destruction or from the return of alien caretakers to enlighten or enslave us or from a global awakening a sudden evolution of Homo sapiens into non corporeal beings theories of great impending changes abound in Internet forums Hollywood movies and TV specials In The End of Time Aveni explores these theories explains their origins and measures them objectively against evidence unearthed by Maya archaeologists iconographers and epigraphers He probes the latest information astronomers and earth scientists have gathered on the likelihood of Armageddon and the oft proposed link between the Maya Long Count cycle and the precession of the equinoxes He then expands on these prophecies to include the broader context of how other cultures ancient and modern thought about the end of things and speculates on why cataclysmic events in human history have such a strong appeal within American pop culture With his artist wife Lorraine Aveni resides in Hamilton N Y For his personal webpage click here Items of Interest Interviewed for Oldest Known Maya Calendar Found No Signs of 2012 Doomsday on ABC News 2009 Apocalypse Soon Archaeology Volume 62 Number 6 Archaeological Institute of America Interviewed for Nasca Lines The Sacred Landscape Jason Golomb National Geographic Degree BA Boston University 1960 PhD University of Arizona 1965 Teaching Experience University of South Florida University of Colorado University of Padua Italy

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  • Bruce Rutherford - Political Science Faculty - Colgate University
    in Spring 2011 Harvard Law School Visiting Research Fellow Islamic Legal Studies Program Spring and Summer 2006 American Research Center in Egypt Research Associate Fall 2005 Colgate University received 11 Torch Medals from graduating seniors in recognition of teaching and mentorship May 2014 Colgate University nominated for the Phi Eta Sigma Professor of the Year award for outstanding teaching 2002 03 2003 04 2007 08 2012 13 Colgate University Professor of the Month award for outstanding teaching from the Colgate Student Government Association January 2003 Princeton University Visiting Research Fellow Center of International Studies 2001 02 Princeton University Visiting Research Fellow Institute for Transregional Study of the Contemporary Middle East North Africa and Central Asia Academic year 2000 2001 Yale University dissertation nominated by the political science department for the Gabriel Almond prize of the American Political Science Association May 1999 Social Science Research Council Dissertation Fellowship June August 1995 Supported field research in Cairo Egypt J William Fulbright Program IIE Dissertation Fellowship June 1994 May 1995 Supported field research in Cairo American Research Center in Egypt Dissertation Fellowship 1994 1995 Declined in favor of Fulbright fellowship Yale Center for International and Area Studies Arabic Language Fellowship June August 1994 Supported advanced study in Cairo of the style of Arabic used in court opinions Center for Arabic Study Abroad CASA The American University in Cairo Arabic language fellowship June 1993 May 1994 Supported twelve months of advanced Arabic language training in Cairo Publications Book Egypt after Mubarak Liberalism Islam and Democracy in the Arab World Princeton University Press 2008 Re issued with a new 50 page introduction in 2013 Article in peer reviewed journal What Do Egypt s Islamists Want Moderate Islam and the Rise of Islamic Constitutionalism The Middle East Journal 60 4 Autumn 2006 707 731 Chapters in

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  • Noor Khan | Colgate University - Faculty Directory
    Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Faculty Search Faculty Directory Noor Khan Colgate Directory FACULTY DETAIL BACK TO RESULTS Noor Khan Associate Professor in History Director of Middle Eastern Studies Islamic Civilization History 309 Alumni Hall p 315 228 7556 nikhan colgate edu Degree BA 1992 MA 1994 PhD 2006 University of Chicago Teaching Experience Director of Program in Middle East and Civilizations Colgate University 2012 present Instructor assistant professor and associate professor Colgate University 2003 present Visiting lecturer Colgate University of Illinios Champaign Urbana 2002 2003 Teaching Assistant University of Chicago 2002 Instructor American University in Cairo 2000 2001 Lector and Writing Intern University of Chicago 1997 1998 Interests National and transnational identity in Egypt and the Arab world Political and social violence in the modern Middle East and South Asia Memory and identity in the Partition of India and Palestine Islam and identity in the twentieth century Publications Egyptian Indian Nationalist Collaboration and the British Empire New York Palgrave Macmillan October 2011 Students on Soapboxes the Metropole in Anticolonial Nationalist Activity in Publics Politics and Participation Locating the Public Sphere in the Middle East and North Africa edited by Seteney Shami New York Columbia SSRC Books 2009 pp 359 382 Des jeunes gens loin du pays in Jeunesses des sociétés arabes Par delà les promesses et les menaces edited by Mounia Bennani Chraibi and Iman Farag Cairo Centre d études et de documentations économiques juridiques et sociales 2007 pp 121 136 Tawazi am tatheer wa tu atthar Parallels or Influence and Collaboration in Tarikh al muqaran lil sharq al awsat Comparative History of the Middle East edited by Peter Gran and Raouf Abbas Cairo Egyptian Ministry of Culture American Research Center in Egypt 2002 pp 309 316 Hindu Muslim violence in

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  • Penny Lane - Faculty Directory - Art and Art History
    Exhibitions Click to expand denotes solo screening 2013 CPH DOX DOKUFEST Traverse City Film Festival Rooftop Films Nantucket Film Festival AFI Docs Los Angeles Film Festival Open City Docs Fest Bildrausch Film Festival Little Rock Film Festival DOXA Hot Docs It s All True Documentary Festival Ann Arbor Film Festival Atlanta Film Festival New Directors New Films SXSW International Film Festival Rotterdam 2012 MoMA Festival of Film Preservation IFP Filmmaker Labs Showcase Louis Vuitton Cinema Almost True Stories Videos of Penny Lane SAW Video Center Ottawa Sometimes We Get Lossy Penny Lane Winnipeg Disposable Film Festival 2011 Rooftop Films Impakt Festival AFI FEST Festival of in Appropriation Hot Springs Documentary Festival Greenpoint Film Festival Festival Signes du Nuit Antimatter Film Festival Kickstarter Film Festival Citizen Jane Film Festival Camden International Film Festival New Orleans Film Festival DOXA Film Festival International Short Film Festival Oberhausen Norwegian Short Film Festival International Film Festival Rotterdam Experiments in Cinema Dallas Film Festival Microscope Gallery Berlin International Directors Lounge Big Sky Documentary Film Festival European Media Arts Festival Iowa City International Documentary Festival FLEX Florida Experimental Festival 2010 Millennium Film Workshop The Nightingale Gallery video dumbo Dallas Video Festival Rooftop Films Experiments in Cinema Aurora Picture Show Big Sky Documentary Festival Hot Springs Documentary Festival Berlin International Directors Lounge Representative Reviews Press Click to expand 2013 Gotham Award Nomination for best documentary Our Nixon October 24 2013 You re On White House Candid Camera The New York Times July 28 A President and His Men The Wall Street Journal July 25 Reuse Repurpose Recycle review Sundance NOW blog July 25 Our Nixon review Tiny Mix Tapes blog July 24 Short Takes Our Nixon Mother Jones Jaeah Lee May 13 Spirit of Engagement Hot Docs 2013 Critics at Large May 12 A Look at the Young Talent on Display at This Year s Rooftop Films Series The Wall Street Journal Steve Dollar May 9 Hot Docs 2013 Is This A New Golden Age Hammer to Nail Robert Greene May 9 Our Nixon gets up close and sweaty with Tricky Dick Straight com Doug Sarti May 2 Watergate s Home Movies The Dish Andrew Sullivan April 30 Hot Docs Review Our Nixon The Cinemablographer April 29 Penny Lane on humanizing Richard Nixon The Globe and Mail Liam Lacey April 26 Film Thursday Hot Docs Edition Toronto Standard Scott MacDonald April 25 CNN Films Snaps Up Richard Nixon Documentary The Hollywood Reporter Marisa Guthrie April 24 Our Nixon Home Movies From The Original Over Sharers Paul Myers Fast Company April 24 Inside the Beltway The persistence of protest The Washington Times Jennifer Harper April 24 10 films getting the biggest advance buzz at Hot Docs BlogTO Blake Williams April 22 Barbara Walters in Our Nixon The Huffington Post Regina Weinreich April 2 POTUS In FOCUS OUR NIXON Fandor Susan Gerhard Mar 29 Remixin Nixon Lou Lumenick The New York Post Mar 29 Fair Use and the FBI How Filmmakers Uncovered White House Super 8 Movies Without Going to

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  • Douglas Hicks - Professor of Religion and Senior Advisor for Academic Initiatives
    MORE Colgate returns aboriginal children s artwork to Australia Hicks represented Colgate at a signing ceremony at Curtin University Perth Australia as part of the voluntary repatriation of a remarkable art collection NYTimes Aboriginal Artworks to Return to Australia Interview on Australian Radio National Hicks remarks at Australian ceremony to transfer art Hicks presents Great Minds lecture on religious leadership and social change How do religious ideas help fuel social change Hicks discussed how transformative leaders embody and articulate society shaping ideas through the communities they form and the narratives they tell READ MORE Colgate receives 700 000 Mellon grant to fund new Sophomore Residential Seminars In collaboration with Dean of the College Suzy Nelson Provost Hicks crafted a proposal to create year long learning communities that serve as the centerpiece of sophomore s academic experience READ MORE Convocation for first year students Hicks focused his first major address at Colgate delivered to the faculty and the incoming first year Class of 2016 on the power of tradition and the need for dynamism within tradition in order to stay vital READ MORE Scholarship and Teaching What makes for a good life and can it be pursued in common What does justice look like in a complex global economy How can leaders despite their personal interests and failures guide organizations and communities to do the right thing How do people appropriately integrate their religious commitments into the various activities of their lives What role should religiously based moral convictions play in a devout and diverse society Questions such as these fuel my own scholarship and I aim to inspire my students to grapple with them and arrive at their own answers Over my career I have been fortunate to study with economists theologians ethicists and leadership scholars and I apply insights from those various fields to the moral issues that concern us all how to build from religious tolerance and mutual respect to confront fears real and imagined in an age of terrorism how to balance the needs of other nations with those of our own how to understand the appropriate and constructive role of business and commerce within our civil society In my fourth book Money Enough Everyday Practices for Living Faithfully in the Global Economy Jossey Bass 2010 I look at how people spend and save money how labor fits with leisure and how various aspects of economic life can be viewed through the lens of daily practice And I frame some key theological and ethical questions such as What is the appropriate role of money in a well lived life On my website there is information about Money Enough and three other books that I wrote earlier in my career along with links to articles public talks and other materials In With God on All Sides Leadership in a Devout and Diverse America Oxford University Press 2009 I consider the ways leaders must draw together people from varied backgrounds in order to transform the problem of diversity into

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  • Ellen Percy Kraly | Colgate University - Faculty Directory
    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 Ellen Percy Kraly Colgate Directory FACULTY DETAIL BACK TO RESULTS Ellen Percy Kraly William R Kenan Jr Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies Director of the Environmental Studies Program Geography 327 Ho Science Center p 315 228 7423 ekraly colgate edu Synergy captures my experience at Colgate Collaborations between students and faculty forged both in and beyond the classroom have made me a better population scientist and a better teacher And now through community outreach I have the opportunity to extend our collaborative studies into Utica The Adirondacks and even Australia Degree BA Bucknell 1972 MSc Johns Hopkins 1975 PhD Fordham 1979 Teaching Experience Cornell University Fordham University Hamilton College Specialties Demography and population geography international migration and refugees ethnic and racial studies medical geography environmental issues social research methods Interests International migration population and the environment population and immigration policy ethnic and racial stratification measurement issues and statistical systems Publications Immigration to New York Policy Population and Patterns Ch 2 in Nancy Foner ed New York s Immigrants Columbia University Press forthcoming Foreign Born Population of the U S Encyclopedia of the U S Census U S immigration policy and immigrant integration Occupational mobility among the population legalizing under IRCA Ch 7 in Lydio F Tomasi and Mary G Powers eds Immigration Today Pastoral and Research Challenges Staten Island New York Center for Migration Studies Emigration Implications for Immigration Policy Research in Migration between Mexico and the United States Binational Study Population Growth and Migration Introducing Global Issues Boulder Colorado Lynne Reinner Publishers Immigration and Environment A Framework

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  • Michael Hayes - Colgate University - Faculty Directory
    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 Michael Hayes Colgate Directory FACULTY DETAIL BACK TO RESULTS Michael Hayes Professor of Political Science Political Science 111 Persson Hall p 315 228 7522 mhayes colgate edu Degree BA University of Kansas 1971 MA 1973 PhD 1977 Indiana University Teaching Experience Lawrence University Rutgers University Specialties American politics Congress public policy Interests Interest group theory incrementalism and policy making effects of public opinion on the legislative process Publications Incrementalism and Public Policy Longman 1992 Lobbyists and Legislators various book chapters and articles Journal of Politics Polity on the influence of interest groups or public opinion on policy making Distinctions Woodrow Wilson Fellow E E Schattschneider Award from the American Political Science Association for best dissertation in American

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