January 2022 News

January 10, 2022
Ned Blackhawk’s work bridges the fields of U.S. western history, early American history, and Native American studies.
January 10, 2022
An authority on Japanese and East Asian cinema and literature, Aaron Gerow has transformed scholarly and popular understandings of Japanese media.
January 6, 2022
Messeri studies the places where technology and science are produced and how scientists and engineers build new worlds through their research and innovations.
January 5, 2022
Walter Jetz, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology in the FAS, argues that key scientific advances in measuring conservation success can support better progress in...
January 4, 2022
From labs to the Peabody Museum to the tennis courts to CCAM, the students in Engineering Innovation & Design (ENAS 118) applied their problem-solving skills throughout...
January 3, 2022
O’Brien studies how inequality in the United States affects people and society and how policy interventions could narrow the gap between rich and poor.
January 3, 2022
The FAS Dean’s Office offers warm congratulations to Pam Bosward, outgoing Assistant Director of Faculty Affairs, on her retirement. Pam retired on January 3, 2022,...