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  • Lampert Institute - Fellowships
    each summer allowing Colgate students to design research projects under the mentorship of a faculty member Menu Menu Lampert Fellowships in Public Affairs Summer Language Scholarships This summer fellowship allows the recipients to pursue off campus research around the globe utilizing a range of research methodologies and technologies Fellows are then encouraged to disseminate their experiences and findings to the larger Colgate campus through presentations and publications Summer 2016 Lampert Fellowship Applications Applications for Lampert Fellowships in Public Affairs are due by 5 00 p m on Sunday February 14 LEARN MORE AND APPLY Summer 2016 Language Scholarships Applications for Summer Language Scholarships are due by 5 00 p m on Thursday February 4 2016 LEARN MORE AND APPLY Summer 2015 Fellowship Recipients Katrina Bennett 16 Pediatric HIV Disclosure and Mental Health in Kenya Sponsor Ellen Kraly Hailey Elder 16 Happy Here Stories of Ten Chinese Adoptees on Identity Acculturation and Choosing a Home Sponsor John Crespi Tra Jade Hoang 16 The Role of Buddhism in Reconciliation Progress in Modern Sri Lanka Sponsor Harvey Sindima Anan Hossain 16 Does the Manager s Sentiments About Political Stability Affect the Production in Individual Firms Sponsor Jay Mandle Bobae Kang 16 Instances of Interaction between Casinos and Schools Mapping Ways the Entertainment Industry Interacts with Schools in Las Vegas Sponsor Nancy Ries Emily Luba 16 Non Government Organizations Forced Migration and Post Conflict Transformation Sponsor Ellen Kraly Madison Paulk 16 South Africa Belongs to All Who Live in It Francophone Refugee Notions of Citizenship and Social Cohesion in Durban Sponsor Mary Moran Alex Pustelnyk 16 Politics for the People Political Legitimacy in Peru s Informal Housing Settlements Sponsor Maureen Hays Mitchell Sara Sirota 16 Interveners and Perpetrators Ethnic Cleansing During the 1992 1995 Bosnian War Sponsor Valerie Morkevicius Past Fellows and Projects Loading

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  • Field School - Upstate Institute
    projects 2009 Kayla Sutherland 11 Hope House Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2011 Makenna Osborn 12 Horned Dorset Colony Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2015 Kris Pfister 17 2014 Emily Luba 16 Hospice and Palliative Care of Chenango County Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2014 Ethan Liu 16 2013 Nicole VanMeter 14 2012 Jessica Planamento 12 House of the Good Shepherd Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2008 David Pokorny 10 The Impact Project Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2015 Sydney Thompson 17 2014 Brendan Walsh 15 Iroquois Indian Museum Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2009 Claudia Piacente 09 The Kelberman Center Website The Kelberman Center is a regional center for excellence for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and related learning challenges Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2014 Lauren Kasparson 15 2013 Jenny Bergman 14 2010 Erin Nash 12 Kriemhild Dairy Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2015 Kendra Peeples 16 Lake Moraine Association Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2015 Katelyn Parker 16 Lorenzo State Historic Site Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2015 Phyo Thant 16 2008 Kaitlin Tufts 10 Legal Aid Society of Mid New York Inc Website The Legal Aid Society of Mid New York Inc is a not for profit law office which was created in 1952 by the Oneida County Bar Association and local attorneys to provide civil non criminal legal services to low income people in Oneida County Throughout the years it has expanded to include thirteen counties in the Central New York region LASMNY provides legal information advice and representation to low income clients in civil cases involving public benefits healthcare consumer and debt problems housing education employment family matters and other legal problems Also provided are community legal education programs for clients community agencies and the general public regarding legal rights and responsibilities Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2015 On Tim Tang 17 2014 Will Ely 15 and Crystal Sawh 15 2013 Ryan Geisser 14 2012 Lindsey Edinger 13 2011 TC Gallagher 12 MADArt Inc MAD Art Inc is a community art space in Hamilton that aims to increase the visibility and appreciation of the arts in Central New York provide arts education programming and give local artists a space to exhibit and sell their work Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2010 Caroline Johnson 11 Madison County Department of Health Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2015 Kayleigh Bhangdia 16 2015 Olivia Gamble 15 2014 Jennifer Dias 16 2013 Laura Arboleda 14 2012 Caroline Lee 13 2009 Sarah Hesler 09 Madison County Department of Social Services Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2012 Augusta Gillespie 13 2010 Jack Daly 12 Madison County Historian Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2015 Henry Marshall 17 2009 Ananya Das 12 Madison County Literacy Coalition Website The Literacy Coalition began in 2009 and is comprised of more than 50 entities including schools businesses and other organizations Its guiding vision is to target literacy from birth and ensure that Madison County achieves 100 literacy Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2013 Jessica Staley 14 2012 Jayne Tamboia 13 Madison County Planning Department Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2014 Maxine Lammers 15 2010 Michael Palmer 10 Madison County Stop DWI Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2011 Jack Daly 12 Madison Oneida Board of Cooperative Educational Services Website The Madison Oneida Board of Cooperative Educational Services provides programs services and resources that schools might not be able to afford otherwise Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2010 Samantha Rocks 11 MAMI Interpreters Website Students worked with this community partner over the summer during the following years Click each year to learn more about their projects 2014 Justine Gambale 15 2013 Eddie Sihavong 14 Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees Website The Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees strives to promote the well being of culturally diverse individuals and families within the community by welcoming refugees and immigrants and by providing individual and community centered activities designed to create opportunity and facilitate understanding MVRCR offers a combination of programs and services including

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/centers-and-institutes/upstate-institute/local-learning/field-school (2016-02-01)
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  • Outdoor Education Staff Training
    leadership abilities join us on the Outdoor Education Staff Menu Menu About the Training Process The full training experience is nine months of experiential lessons weekly classes and seminars that bring you together with other highly engaged and diverse first years and sophomores Students who complete the training program are generally hired to our staff to teach physical education classes lead Wilderness Adventure trips and provide group development opportunities for the Colgate community You will participate in hands on trips to the Adirondacks and other destinations to strengthen technical skills to instill a sense of risk assessment and management to promote a passion for the natural world and to develop teaching and leadership skills regardless of experience level See this informational sheet for more details on the structure and costs associated with the program Staff Training info sheet Important Dates Deadlines and Calendars Review This Calendar for all Mandatory dates and classes for the training program 2015 2016 Calendar Applicants must attend a mandatory information session on Friday August 28 at 4 30 pm at Base Camp Applications must be submitted as a PDF to amrowe colgate edu Applications are due August 31 by 4 p m There is a mandatory group interview Monday August 31 from 7 9pm at the HOP Small Group interviews at Base Camp will follow by appointment Sept 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 7 th Individual interviews will take place September 8th 11th All 1 on 1 interviews will be at Base Camp How to Apply Step 1 Attend the Mandatory Information Session on Friday August 28th at 4 30 pm at Base Camp You will receive an application at that meeting Step 2 Submit the Application as a PDF to amrowe colgate edu by August 31st at 4pm Questions Abby Rowe Director Phone

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  • Group Development and Team Building through Outdoor Education
    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 Campus Life Sports and Recreation Outdoor Education Group Development Group Outings and Development If you re looking to transform your team or organization into an efficient and collaborative group we can help Menu Menu Group Development Opportunities Our programs are designed to maximize Colgate s most important resources its people in a fun educational and transformational way We begin every program with a goals assessment form then custom develop your program to fit the bonding and transformational goals of your group office or class Options include Team building programs at The Beattie Reserve just under four miles from campus utilizing our low ropes challenge course and other initiatives Group games and ice breakers either indoors or outdoors virtually anywhere on campus Raft building and other water based activities at the Glendening Boat House Private instructed sessions at the Angert Family Climbing Wall Guided outings on the Harry Lang XC Fitness Trails Tree climbing high in the trees above the former ski hill Canoeing through the beautiful Sangerfield River or in the state parks surrounding Colgate Because no two groups are the same all of our programs start with a conversation to discuss your particular goals and needs Contact us to learn more Campus Life Housing Options Campus Dining Arts on Campus Clubs and Organizations Sports and Recreation Trudy Fitness Center Recreational Sports Outdoor Education Classes Outings Wilderness Adventure Staff Training Group Development Equipment Rentals Facilities Special Events Contact Us Newsletter Physical Education Shaw Wellness Institute Volunteerism Religious Life Diversity and Inclusion Fraternities and Sororities ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services RELATED LINKS Athletics

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  • Equipment Rentals - Outdoor Education at Colgate University
    compression sack 4 2 Sleeping pad 2 1 Tents 2 or 3 person 6 3 Tents 4 person 8 4 Tarp 4 2 Camping Gear Daily Rate Additional Days Backpack 4 2 Daypack small green 2 1 Trekking poles 2 1 Headlamp including batteries 3 2 Water bottle flat rate 1 N A Compass flat rate 1 N A Trowel flat rate 1 N A Bear bag canister flat rate 3 N A Cooking Gear Daily Rate Additional Days 1 burner stove white gas 4 2 2 burner stove propane 4 2 32 oz fuel bottle flat rate 3 N A Propane canister For sale at OERC Market price Baking skillet 3 2 Stocked utensil bag flat rate 1 N A Miscellaneous Gear Daily Rate Additional Days First aid kit 2 1 Iodine For sale at OERC Market price Compass whistle flat rate 2 N A Fishing waders 4 2 Fly fish rod 4 2 Dromedary 2 1 5 gallon water jug 2 1 Outdoor Climbing Gear Daily Rate Additional Days Rock shoes 4 2 Helmet 2 1 Ice climbing crampons 4 2 Winter Gear 3 Hour Rental Daily Rate Additional Days Snowshoes 3 4 2 X C skis boots and poles 4 6 3 Skis only 1 2 rate Boots only 1 2 rate Telemark skis boots and poles N A 8 8 Plastic boots 1 4 2 Mountaineering crampons N A 2 1 Mountaineering axe N A 4 2 Synthetic booties N A 3 1 50 Mittens gloves N A 2 1 Shovel N A 2 1 Late Returns A late fee will be charged at the additional day rate for the number of days overdue Damaged Gear A repair replacement fee may be charged 3 Hour Rentals Items must be picked up and dropped off on the

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  • Outdoor Education Facilities - Base Camp and More
    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 Campus Life Sports and Recreation Outdoor Education Facilities Facilities We are very fortunate to have access to incredible resources and facilities on campus and in the surrounding area to support our adventures and educational and wellness initiatives Menu Menu Base Camp The on campus home of the Outdoor Education Program Come see us Learn more about Base Camp READ MORE Angert Family Climbing Wall A place at Huntington Gymnasium on campus for adventure seeking climbers of all skill levels Learn more about the climbing wall READ MORE The Beattie Reserve An escape to nature just minutes from campus Beattie is a camping area and adventure course for all to enjoy Learn more about the reserve READ MORE Glendening Boathouse Located on Lake Morraine just minutes from campus we invite you to kayak canoe and enjoy the outdoors Learn more about the boathouse READ MORE Harry Lang Cross Country and Fitness Trails Your campus has miles of nature trails for you to explore just seconds from the heart of the Academic Quad Learn more about the trails READ MORE Campus Life Housing Options Campus Dining Arts on Campus Clubs and Organizations Sports and Recreation Trudy Fitness Center Recreational Sports Outdoor Education Classes Outings Wilderness Adventure Staff Training Group Development Equipment Rentals Facilities Special Events Contact Us Newsletter Physical Education Shaw Wellness Institute Volunteerism Religious Life Diversity and Inclusion Fraternities and Sororities ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services RELATED LINKS Intellectual Engagement INTELLECTUAL ENGAGEMENT Collaborative research by highly regarded faculty is

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  • Special Events and Classes - Outdoor Education
    cooked at Base Camp or you can go to a campus dining hall or local eatery as your budget allows More Information Lodging Lodging free to students is available at Colgate s rustic wood heated Yurt for the course With heavy snowfall this includes a one half mile ski or snowshoe in and out Tent space and shower facilities available on campus Other lodging is also available in town at an additional cost Course Description This course is recommended for all outdoor professional and enthusiasts who spend time in remote areas This 7 day course is considered the industry standard First Aid course for working in the Outdoor Education Field for programs such as NOLS and Outward Bound The curriculum exceeds the basics of First Aid and emphasizes the skills needed to perform back country wilderness rescues that may involve extended care Wilderness Medical Associates professionals will be teaching this course Mornings are often devoted to lectures and exams Afternoons are devoted to practical hands on sessions and rescue simulations and video critique Evenings are reserved for study and assignments Prerequisites Students must be at least 18 years of age to participate in this course Sixteen and 17 year old s must have proof of parental consent Textbooks the cost of the course includes a book of lecture handouts a workbook SOAP notes the Wilderness Medical Associates Field Guide and a Back country Wilderness Medical Guide Certification All students who successfully complete the WFR course will receive a WFR certification card an anaphylaxis certification card and BLS CPR certification card from Wilderness Medical Associates These certifications remain valid for three years Contact Roxanne Benson at rbenson colgate edu or 315 228 7972 Wilderness First Responder Re certification Course With Wilderness Medical Associates WMA Dates January 16 and 17 2016 Where

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  • Contact Information for Colgate Outdoor Education Program
    from Sherburne NY When not running local rivers in his whitewater canoe or kayak he is a professional woodworker and Cabinetmaker He has abiding love for teaching paddle sports and playing outdoors Hannah Goldstein 16 Hannah or Goldie as she s best known by her fellow OE ers hails from Chicago Illinois She gets her kicks backpacking canoeing and snowshoeing and has a strange knack for portaging When she s not becoming one with nature you can find Goldie wreaking havoc in the basecamp kitchen or do wop ing with her a cappella group the Swinging Gates Among other random talents she can solve a Rubik s cube and cross her eyes one at a time Hailey Biscow 17 Hailey is from sunny Los Angeles California and enjoys the sun and the sand She is an Anthropology Major and a Peace and Conflict Studies minor and has fallen in love with Colgate and is extremely grateful to be a part of Outdoor Education Her favorite activities include backpacking climbing caving and ice climbing In addition Hailey loves to look at the stars ride the waves and find the beauty in the little things Tom Buehler 16 Tom has developed a love for adventure and outdoor pursuits during his time at Colgate Specifically this International Relations major and Computer Science minor enjoys tickling the sky tree climbing shredding the gnar telemark skiing and most water based activities ice climbing canoeing and kayaking Known to some as the natural he seems to excel in any outdoor sport he tries and is clearly very modest about it Tom is also a Sidekicks mentor and a Senator for the Student Government Association Alexa DeRiggs 17 A recently reformed outdoor lover Alexa hails all the way from Brooklyn NYC She is majoring in sociology and minoring in women s studies She is an active rock climber canoeist sea kayaker backpacker and outdoor chef On campus she is involved in Dance Team DDT coed hip hop group the Caribbean Student Association and S O R T Colgate s multicultural women s group In her spare time she enjoys Pinterest long walks in the woods extensive games of Settlers of Catan and tearing up the dance floor Ben Harris 17 Ben Barris Harris is a Biology and Computer Science major from Potomac Maryland His favorite outdoor activities are Mountain Biking Skiing and Climbing He is also a member of Colgate s Club Ultimate Frisbee team His favorite ice cream is chocolate cookie dough and favorite season is fall Hannah Akre 16 Hannah comes from the good ol Midwest specifically Saint Louis Missouri She grew up loving the outdoors and horseback riding Being the co director of a non profit she has a passion for helping others She is an avid rock and ice climber preferring the mountains to the beaches Hannah is a molecular biology major on the pre med track Missy Velez 16 Missy is an Environmental Studies major who hails from Baltimore Maryland Her main outdoors interests are sea kayaking and rock climbing in the fall summer and spring and skate skiing in the winter Her recent adventures include sailing across the Atlantic and she loves to share her excitement for the outdoors with friends family and the Colgate community Anna Heil 16 Anna is an Environmental Geography major and Film and Media Studies minor from San Diego CA She joined Colgate Outdoor Education in her sophomore year and loves kayaking climbing and skiing Anna is also a student photographer with the Communications Department and a captain on the women s water polo team In her spare time Anna likes to make grilled cheese watch nature documentaries and take naps Tori Hymel 16 Tori is a junior Psychology major from just outside Washington D C who loves whitewater kayaking climbing of all forms running and biking On any trip she can be found rapping the entire song It s Tricky by Run DMC or layering up in an attempt to maintain a normal body temperature While not at Colgate Tori loves reading especially Harry Potter and babysitting her four year old cousin Izzy Danny Levy 17 Danny hails from the beaches of sunny southern California where he learned to appreciate nature through the ocean Back home he SCUBA dives and surfs on the regular On campus you can find him performing improv singing in various musical events and always always alwayyyss climbing at the Angert Family Climbing Wall He loves climbing rock and ice and will backpack as far as his legs can take him relatively far He hopes one day to grow a full beard and hike the Pacific Crest Trail Anna McHugh 17 Anna F McHugh was born and raised outside of Philadelphia taking trips up to the Adirondack State Park every summer with her family As an environmental biology major at Colgate she hopes to one day speak for the trees Through Outdoor Education at Colgate she has learned to love caving canuding backpacking and showering She is also a sucker for show tunes mint cookie crunch ice cream sass and anything Michael Scott Kaylie Patacca 17 Kaylie Patacca was born and raised in Cleveland Ohio She burst into this world with the strength and prowess of a backwoods woman circa 1800 She enjoys leading groups into the wilderness backpacking snow shoeing and rock climbing Her major in environmental geography prepares her to handle any challenge in the great outdoors Among her favorite activities are saving the environment cycling and eating chocolate that is too sweet Colin Ren 17 Joining the OE family from northeastern China Colin found his home away from home in the woods with rocks trees and raging creeks Though known as having an extravagant passion for squeezing in caves he does enjoy sea kayaking skiing and backpacking under the sun Apart from being outside Colin is an active advocate for positive sexuality and the LGBTQ community on campus He is a student in visual and performing arts who

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