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The Wick: The Magazine of Hartwick College - Summer 2011

The Wick: The Magazine of Hartwick College - Summer 2011

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Summer 2011
The
Dynamic Student Scholarship
Impact of PhilanthropyJCH Alumni in Research and MedicineFaculty Perspectives on Asia and on AutismPine Lake at 40: An Academic Resource
The Magazine of Hartwick College
 
To talk about how you can get more involved at Hartwick, pleasecontact Jim Broschart, Vice President for College Advancement,at 607-431-4026 or broschartj@hartwick.edu.
Dr. James J. Elting, Chair of the Hartwick CollegeBoard of Trustees, with his wife, Karen.
Hartwick Board—20 years|College donor—35 yearsCommunity leader and friendOrthopaedic surgeon, Bassett Healthcare NetworkYale University, A.B.|Columbia Medical College, M.D.
Hartwick CollegeBoard of Trustees2011-2012
James J. Elting, MD| Chair Diane Hettinger ’77| Vice Chair Betsy Tanner Wright ’79| Secretary John K. Milne ’76| Treasurer Margaret L. Drugovich, DMPresident | ex of
cioA. Bruce Anderson ’63John BertuzziCarol Ann Hamilton Coughlin ’86Jeanette S. CuretonElaine A. DiBrita ’61Edward B. Droesch ’82Arnold M. DrogenVirginia Elwell ’77Debra Fischer French ’80Thomas N. Gerhardt ’84Robert Hanft ’69Sarah Grif
ths Herbert ’88Kathi Hochberg ’73Halford JohnsonPaul R. Johnson ’67William J. Kitson ’86Francis D. LandreyRonald P. Lynch ’87Margaret Mansperger ’07Erna McReynoldsNancy M. Morris ’74, H’06John W. Nachbur ’85Rory Reed ’83Lisa Schulmeister ’78Robert Spadaccia ’70
“Giving is about inspiration
.”
There is a new momentum atHartwick, and it’s easy to talk about.A great transformation is underway here.Karen and I are excited to be a part of it.
 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEFDavid ConwayMANAGING EDITORJames JollyFEATURE EDITOR AND WRITERElizabeth SteeleART DIRECTORJennifer Nichols-StewartCOPY EDITORJennifer MoritzCONTRIBUTING WRITERSChristopher Lott, Kira DeLanoy, Alyssa Militello ’12,Chris GondekWICK ONLINEStephanie BrunettaCONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERSGerry Raymonda, Elizabeth Steele, Ben Wronkoski ’11James Jolly, Kira DeLanoy, Duncan Macdonald ’78,Alyssa Militello ’12, Jamey NovickEDITORIAL REVIEW BOARDDr. Margaret L. Drugovich, PresidentJim Broschart, VP for College AdvancementDavid Conway, VP for Enrollment Management and MarketingDuncan Macdonald ’78, Director of Alumni EngagementDr. Meg Nowak, VP for Student LifeDr. Michael G. Tannenbaum, Provost
EDITORIAL OFFICEShineman Chapel House, Hartwick College,Oneonta, NY 13820Tel: 607-431-4038, Fax: 607-431-4025E-mail: the_wick@hartwick.eduWeb: www.hartwick.edu
We welcome comments on anything published in
The Wick 
.Send letters to
The Wick 
, Hartwick College,PO Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820-4018 orthe_wick@hartwick.edu.
The Wick 
is published by Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020,Oneonta, NY 13820-4018. Diverse views are presented anddo not necessarily re
ect the opinion of the editors or of
cialpolicies of Hartwick College.
The
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Features
3 |
Alumni Power
George Bruno ’64 and Gil Smith ’59are civic and scienti
c leaders.
4 |
The Class of 2011
Hartwick’s newest alumni bringhonor to their alma mater.
5 | All About
Nursing
Nursing is No. 1—in terms ofgraduating seniors.
10 |
Commentary
Professor Steve Kolenda onHartwick’s relationship with Asia.
12 |
Cover StoryTheory in Practice
Student advances occur, and arerecognized, on campus, in professionalcircles, and around the world.
24 |
Breakthrough
Professor Gregory W. Smith shares hispersonal and professional perspectiveson autism.
26 |
Portrait in Philanthropy
Stephanie Isgur Long ’84 and DavidLong ’83 see the future in Hartwick.
28 |
Pine Lake at 40
 
A setting for scholarship.
In this issue:
News and Notes
 
4 |
Campus News
9 |
Faculty News
32 |
Athletics News
34 |
Alumni News
37 |
Class Notes
49 |
In Memoriam
Summer 2011
|
Volume LIV: No. 1
Cover photo:
Duffy Ambassador BenWronkoski ’11 (self portrait)Sunrise at the MoerakiBoulders, Otago Coast, SouthIsland, New Zealand

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