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Hartwick Partners with Local Leaders on Economic, Community Initiatives
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Emeritus Professor Anthony Helps Confirm 5,000-Year History of Horseback Riding
Hartwick College Announces Five New Minors
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Hartwick Community Kudos
The Empire 8 Conference announced today that President Darren Reisberg has been named to the NCAA Division III Diversity and Inclusion Working Group. He will represent the conference as one of nine non-NCAA staff members in the working group, and the only one from the northeast. Reisberg will serve a four-year term that runs through January 2026.
Founded in 2015, the working group’s charge is “to assess the current diversity and inclusion landscape within Division III, evaluate current initiatives, and propose next steps (e.g., resources, new initiatives, policies, etc.) to the membership.”
Congratulations to Associate Professor of Art Doug Zullo on being accepted into the Council of Independent Colleges’ (CIC) program “Power and Absence: Connecting Renaissance Art to Diverse Audiences.” The seminar, to be held this June at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN, is for “CIC faculty members in art history, the arts, and other disciplines, such as history and English, who incorporate art history in their courses.”
Congratulations to Professor and Chair of Political Science Dr. Laurel Elder, who kicked off the new year with an article running in The Conversation. Titled “Just over 1 in 4 members of Congress in 2023 will be women – at this rate, it will take 118 years until there is gender parity,” the piece draws on research from her most recent book, The Partisan Gap.
Assistant Professor of Business Administration Aaron Stephens rounded out a busy 2022 by having a sixth peer-reviewed study published! “A Comparative Analysis of South Korean and U.S. Firms: Ambidextrous Innovation, Supply Chain Resilience, and Market Performance” was printed in the November issue of Operations and Supply Chain Journal, and authored by Stephens and two other researchers.
And right now, Hartwick faculty are also fanning out across the globe to lead students on nine J Term programs, from Italy to Japan and points in between. On the Ireland program, the group will even be meeting up with some Hartwick alumni! We will keep you posted on their travels via the College’s social media accounts, so be sure to check out the Facebook and Instagram feeds.