Emeritus Professor Anthony Helps Confirm 5,000-Year History of Horseback Riding

Anthony was part of a research team that recently published their findings on the earliest evidence for horseback riding yet found.

Hartwick College Announces Five New Minors

Hartwick College has announced the addition of five new minors to the College’s academic programs: Game Development, Cybersecurity, Data Analysis, Web Design, Digital Marketing.

Rozene’s Work Highlights Pots As Intersection of Art, Cuisine, and Health

This past summer, supported by a Hartwick Faculty Research Grant, Rozene worked with Shawn Hansen ’22 and chefs at the Hambidge Center for the Arts in Georgia to recreate prehistoric cooking techniques with clay vessels.

Playwright Gomez ’26 Wins Theater Award with Piece Reflecting on Climate Issues

The Hartwick English major/theatre minor wrote Vela 225, a 10-minute play, for Hartwick’s annual 24-hour theatre festival. Vela 225 was a finalist for the new Planet Earth prize at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) in Region 1.

Hartwick Contingent Hits Political Science Conference in DC

Thanks to FlightPath funding, four students and Professor of Political Science Laurel Elder attended and presented at The National Political Science Honor Society’s Undergraduate Research Conference held at George Washington University from February 17-19.

For Ocheltree ’24, Another Busy Year

The Honors student is a double major in economics and mathematics. They are also a member of the swimming/diving squad, have been named to the Empire 8 President’s List several times

Area High School Students “Put Art In ‘Hartwick’”

“This is the first time my work has been in a show,” she said of her piece, No Parking. “It was so exciting when I found out I’d been selected.”

Baker-Simpson Entrepreneurship Program is Back

The Baker-Simpson Entrepreneurial Leadership Program will once again take place after a three-year hiatus.

J Term in Full Swing: Notes from Abroad

Highlights from our J Term programs, taught by Hartwick faculty abroad.


For Kara Swartwood ’24, being a teaching assistant (TA) in Professor Jim Buthman’s FlightPath class “Public Policy for a Changing US” was a way to honor the student who inspired her.