The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization (AHI) is pleased to announce that the Fourth Annual Josiah Bunting III Veterans Day Lecture, “Thoughts on Gender Roles in the Military,” will be given by Dr. Janice Hauge on Friday November 11, at the Kennedy Auditorium, Taylor Science Center, Hamilton College.
Dr. Hauge is Associate Professor, Associate Department Chairperson, and Director of Graduate Admissions, Department of Economics, University of North Texas, received her B. A. degree in American Studies and Economics in 1989 from Hamilton College, where she qualified for commission as 2nd Lieutenant in the US Marine Corps. She was an honor graduate in the leadership training course and graduated first in her class of 1988. An outstanding scholar-athlete, she received the Paul S. Langa Prize Scholarship, which is awarded to the Hamilton student who has “demonstrated academic excellence along with outstanding determination, leadership and commitment in extracurricular activities.”
Dr. Hauge earned a Master of Science degree from the London School of Economics in 1991 and her Ph.D. from University of Florida in 2001.She is a recognized authority on telecommunications policy research. A recipient of UNT’s President’s Council Teaching Award, she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in microeconomic theory, industrial organization, and strategic behavior.
The lecture honors General Josiah Bunting III, a charter member of the AHI’s board of directors. General Bunting was graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in 1963. He subsequently studied at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar and at Columbia University as a John Burgess Fellow. During active duty with the United States Army, he served as an infantry officer in Vietnam with the Ninth Infantry Division. During his military career, General Bunting received the Bronze Star with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Commendation Medal, Vietnam Honor Medal–2nd class, Presidential Unit Citation, Parachute Badge, Combat Infantry Badge, and Ranger Tab. Subsequently, he taught history at West Point and at the Naval War College. His administrative experience in higher education includes: President, Briarcliff College (1973-1977); President, Hampden-Sydney College (1977-1987); and Superintendent, VMI (1995-2003). General Bunting has published four novels, including The Lionheads (G. Braziller, 1972), a best-seller that was selected by Time Magazine as one of “The Ten Best Novels” of 1973.