Newswire Archive 2012
Associate Professor of Theology David Vanderhooft has been honored with the G. Ernest Wright Award by American Schools of Oriental Research for his co-authored book, The Yehud Stamp Impressions: A Corpus of Inscribed Impressions from the Persian and Hellenistic Periods in Judah. BC News Release
In certain cases, intuitive decision-making can deliver better results than an analytical approach, Carroll School of Management O'Connor Family Professor Michael Pratt and colleagues report in the Journal of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. BC News Release | Business News Daily
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Frank Tsung and his lab have developed a crystalline nanostructure with a skin-like layer capable of controlling a typically stubborn method of catalysis, the team reports in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. BC News Release | The Engineer (UK), PhysOrg,Nanotechnology News, R&D Magazine, Bio-Medicine, Science Daily
The American Cancer Society has awarded a four-year, $720,000 grant to Associate Professor of Biology Marc-Jan Gubbels for research into potential new drugs that can prevent the onset of toxoplasmosis in cancer patients with weakened immune systems. BC News Release | PhysOrg, News-MedicalNet
The results of the latest assessments from TIMSS and PIRLS, leading global surveys of student achievement in mathematics, science and reading literacy, have been released by Lynch School of Education Professors Ina V.S. Mullis and Michael O. Martin, executive directors of the TIMSS & PIRLS International Study Center. BC News Release | Sampling of coverage: Boston Globe, New York Times, Education Week, Reuters,Bloomberg News, Wall Street Journal, BBC, UK Telegraph, Times of London, Voice of Russia,AP, Huffington Post, finanztreff.de (Germany), Ynetnews (Israel), The Nation (Thailand),Sydney Morning Herald, PhysOrg, Science Codex, Chicago Tribune, Orange County Register
Landings, a Paulist ministry of reconciliation that has helped parishes worldwide welcome people back to the Catholic Church, has announced the formation of a new program, directed by School of Theology and Ministry Associate Professor Rev. Thomas A. Kane, C.S.P., to promote evangelization in the American Catholic Church. BC News Release
The executive pay provisions of TARP – the Troubled Asset Relief Program – may have had the unintended benefit of reducing the scope of the program, according to new report co-authored by Mary Ellen Carter, associate professor of accounting at the Carroll School of Management. BC News Release | Boston Herald
Joseph Manning '14 is attending the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 18th annual Conference of the Parties which takes place through Dec. 7 in Doha, Qatar. BC News Release
Aditya Ashok ’12, who won a Harry S. Truman Scholarship for public service in 2011, has been named a recipient of the prestigious George Marshall Scholarship for graduate study in the United Kingdom, one of only 40 students to win the coveted award this year. BC News Release
BC's Theater Department will present a sold-out performance of 'Puppetology: An Evening of Uncommon Theater' on Dec. 2, in conjunction with scholar and artist John Bell, this year's holder of the Monan Professorship in Theater Arts. Boston Globe Magazine | Boston.com |Broadway World
Lynch School of Education Associate Professor of Science Education and Technology G. Michael Barnett has been named the 2012 Massachusetts Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. BC News Release | Boston Globe | Yahoo! News, The Street.com, Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal
The Boston College Theatre Department presents The Arabian Nights, Mary Zimmerman’s adaptation of the ancient Arabic tales, Nov. 15-18. BC News Release
For the second consecutive year, BC's independent student newspaper The Heights has won the Associated Collegiate Press Newspaper Pacemaker Award for general excellence and outstanding achievement. BC News Release
Law Professor R. Michael Cassidy has been elected to the American Law Institute, a diverse group of highly accomplished lawyers, judges and law professors that produces scholarly work to clarify, modernize and otherwise improve the law. News Release
Rachel DiFazio, a doctoral candidate in the Connell School of Nursing, was inducted into the American Academy of Nursing at the group’s annual meeting in Washington, DC. BC News Release
The latest research by BC physicists Vidya Madhavan and Stephen Wilson offers fresh insights into topological insulators, a class of materials with unique properties that challenge some of the oldest laws of physics. BC News Release | Science Daily,PhysOrg, R&D Magazine, I4U News
Law School Clinical Professor and Law Fund Research Scholar Paul Tremblay has been appointed to the newly created post of Faculty Director of Experiential Learning, a move that underscores and enhances the Law School's emphasis on real-world experience for law students. BC News Release | Wall Street Journal, JD Journal
R. Shep Melnick, BC's Thomas P. O’Neill, Jr. Professor of American Politics, has received the 2012 'Lasting Contribution Award' from the Law and Courts Section of the American Political Science Association. News Release
Professor Lawrence T. Scott, Louise and Jim Vanderslice and Family Chair in Chemistry, has been honored by the Jesuit honor society Alpha Sigma Nu for his co-edited book, Fragments of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes. BC News Release
Lynch School of Education Associate Professor Mike Barnett has been awarded a $250,000 National Science Foundation grant to launch the largest gardening initiative ever for Boston youths using soil-free hydroponic technology. More | Boston.com
The Boston College Theatre Department presents the first production of the 2012-2013 season: Melanie Marnich’s These Shining Lives, directed by Theatre Department faculty member Patricia Riggin. More
Research by Boston College economists Tayfun Sönmez and Utku Ünver—who specialize in the field of 'matching markets'—figures prominently in the work that this year received the Nobel Prize for economics from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. BC News Release | Their research is cited in news coverage of the prize: Boston Herald, Wall Street Journal, iDigitalTimes.com
Boston College has named Brad Bates, the director of athletics at Miami (Ohio) University, as its new director of athletics. Bates, who is credited with bolstering Miami University’s athletics program during his 10 years as AD, succeeds Gene DeFilippo, who retired on September 30 after 15 years at BC.BC News Release
The Sojourn by Andrew Krivak, a faculty member in the College of Arts and Sciences Honors Program, has been awarded the 2012 Dayton Literary Peace Prize, the only international literary peace prize awarded in the United States, in the fiction category. BC News Release | New York Times
The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict and Violence of the American Psychological Association has awarded Lynch School of Education Professor M. Brinton Lykes, associate director of the Center for Human Rights and International Justice, its prestigious Ignacio Martin-Baro Lifetime Peace Practitioner Award. BC News Release
Sociology Professor David Karp and Professor Emeritus William Gamson have been honored by professional organizations for their noteworthy careers of scholarship and outstanding contributions to the field. BC News Release
Viewed as a potential target in the global effort to reduce climate change, atmospheric black carbon particles absorb significantly less sunlight than scientists predicted, raising new questions about the impact of black carbon on atmospheric warming, an international team of researchers including Chemistry Professor Paul Davidovits and Research Associate Professor Timothy B. Onasch reports in the journal Science. BC News Release | Read a Q&A with Professor Davidovits on Boston.com | R&D Magazine, Response to Climate Change, Space Daily, PhysOrg.com
Scholar, artist, educator, curator, social activist and arts leader John Bell has been named the University's Rev. J. Donald Monan, S.J., Professor in Theatre Arts for the 2012-2013 academic year. BC News Release | Broadway World
Boston College is 31st among national universities in the U.S. News & World Report survey of undergraduate schools for 2013. In addition, the Carroll School of Management is ranked 24th in the 'Best in Undergraduate Business Schools' category. BC News Release
Mobile 'Tour of the Heights'
Connecting the latest in mobile technology with the storied history of its campus, Boston College unveils Tour of the Heights, a GPS-guided mobile tour launched to coincide with the University’s Sesquicentennial Celebration.B
Prominent alumni extend best wishes to Boston College on the occasion the University’s 150th anniversary in a new public service announcement produced by the Office of News & Public Affairs, which made its television debut on September 1. BC News Release | PSA
The McMullen Museum of Art presents an exclusive exhibition, Paul Klee: Philosophical Vision; From Nature to Art, that is the first to focus on the relationship between philosophy and Klee’s prolific artistic oeuvre, and to reveal the broad impact the artist has had on recent philosophical thought.
Lynch School of Education Professor Joseph M. O'Keefe, S.J., one of the foremost experts in Catholic education, has been appointed to the National Assessment Governing Board by US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. BC News Release | US Dept. of Education | Education Week
Epitaphs for the Journey, a new collection by award-winning poet and University Professor of English Paul Mariani, offers the best of his long and distinguished career. BC News Release
Theater Department lecturer Susan Thompson has brought to the stage the moving correspondence between her parents during the Korean War, with assistance from BC students Alexandra Lewis ’14 and Matthew Giggey ’15.BC News Release
Boston College Athletics Director Gene DeFilippo has announced that he will retire from his position on September 30.
Only a few months after her graduation, Angela Donkor ’12—whose honors include BC's Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship and a Gates Millennium Scholarship—continues to earn accolades, including three awards at the latest Magic Johnson Scholars Conference. BC Chronicle
Professor Lawrence Scott, holder of the Louise and Jim Vanderslice and Family Chair in Chemistry and a leader in the development of laboratory methods for the chemical synthesis of carbon-rich materials, has been named a Fellow of the American Chemical Society. BC News Release
Oprah Winfrey paid a surprise visit to BC August 2 to meet with seven young women from South Africa—members of the first class of graduates of the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls—who are participating in a summer enrichment program on campus. BC News Release | Boston Globe |Photos
Boston College is placed at 26 overall on Forbes magazine's 2012 survey of 'America's Top Colleges,' which surveys 650 public and private undergraduate institutions. BC is ranked at 25 among private colleges and 14 among research universities by the survey. Full List
An exquisite collection of rare books that chronicles the scholarly work of Jesuit missionaries in China from the 16th-18th centuries has been digitized for the web through a year-long effort by Assistant Professor of History Jeremy Clarke, S.J., working with the Jesuitica Collection of BC's Burns Library. BC News Release
Joseph Professor of Catholic Systematic Theology Richard Gaillardetz is now president-elect of the Catholic Theological Society of America, while Founders Professor of Theology James F. Keenan, S.J., has been elected to its board of directors. BC News Release
City Connects—an evidence-based approach to student support developed at the Lynch School of Education, led by executive director and Kearns Professor Mary Walsh and active in 22 schools in Boston and Springfield—has received a two-year, $400 thousand grant for sustainability planning from the Mass. Dept of Elementary and Secondary Education.
BC chemists Kian Tan and Dunwei Wang have developed a process that closely resembles photosynthesis and is capable of synthesizing compounds found in the pain-killers ibuprofen and naproxen. BC Chronicle | Wired Magazine (UK), Science Daily,Hydrogen Fuel News, AZoNano
Political scientist Jonathan Laurence is among 24 distinguished recipients of the 2012-13 Berlin Prize fellowship for advanced research, awarded by The American Academy in Berlin. BC News Release | His op-ed on the 50th anniversary of Algerian independence was published by Foreign Policy, and he was interviewed about church-state relations and Islam in Europe by the major French-language Catholic newspaper La Croix.
Associate Vice President of Auxiliary Services Patricia Bando has been named chairman of the board for the Massachusetts Restaurant Association, a not-for-profit trade association committed to advancing the Bay State’s food and beverage industry.
Nine Boston College students, rising juniors and seniors, will participate in study-abroad programs through prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships. BC News Release
M. Katherine Hutchinson, an associate professor at New York University’s College of Nursing, has been named associate dean for graduate programs BC's Connell School of Nursing. BC News
The senior research project of new College of Arts and Sciences alumna Alexis Peterson '12, which provides insight into a a complex pathway of cellular regulation that has been in question for more than two decades, has been published by the journal Biochemistry. BC News
Professor of History Prasannan Parthasarathi has won the World History Association Book Prize for his 2011 work, Why Europe Grew Rich and Asia Did Not: Global Economic Divergence, 1600-1850. BC News Release | Iran Book News
A replica of the Berlin Wall—created in 2009 to mark the 20th anniversary of its fall by Fine Arts Adjunct Professor Mark Cooper and BC students—has found a new home in Northern Ireland, where it has been reworked as a peace memorial. More from Ireland's Strabane Chronicle
Kelli Armstrong, associate vice president for institutional research, planning and assessment, has been named vice president for planning and assessment, the University has announced. BC News Release
Terrence P. Devino, S.J., special assistant to the president and director of Manresa House, the University’s center for vocational discernment, has been appointed vice president and University Secretary by the Boston College Board of Trustees, effective at the end of the year. BC News Release
Gregory Kalscheur, S.J., an associate professor at Boston College Law School, will take on a new set of responsibilities this summer when he becomes senior associate dean for strategic planning and faculty development in the University's College of Arts and Sciences. BC News Release
Theology and Ministry Visiting Professor of Canon Law James J. Conn, S.J., are part of an influential working group of 30 academics, educators and clergy gathered in Rome for theCongregation for Catholic Education | BC is one of only four U.S. universities represented at the conference.
Biologist Patrick Autissier is part of Team 4 HIV Hope, competing in the grueling Race Across America and conducting research into the effects of ultra-endurance on the immune system. BC News Release | HIV/AIDS Central Blog "The Body", Australian Broadcasting Corp, Tyler Hamilton Training blog
Boston College rising juniors Matthew Alonsozana, Stephen Jung Woo Choi and Kathleen Leuba have been awarded David L. Boren Scholarships for international study.
Stay-at-home dads are making a conscious choice and commitment to be home with their children to the benefit of their families, their wives’ careers, and their own personal fulfillment, researchers from the Center for Work & Family report in the new study, 'The New Dad: Right at Home,' released for Fathers' Day 2012. BC News Release | Time, Boston Globe | Boston Herald | Miami Herald | CWF Executive Director Brad Harrington discussed the report on Fox News Boston and withNBC News | Sampling of additional coverage: Indiana News Center, Huffington Post 1,Huffington Post 2, About Working Moms, MSNBC 1, MSNBC 2, Daily Mail (UK), Career Planning Blog, Mindful Living Network, Lifetime Moms, Yahoo! Finance, Dow Jones MarketWatch
From Ireland to Boston and around the world, fans of James Joyce will be able to virtually tour the Dublin of Leopold Bloom and Stephen Dedalus via 'JoyceWays' – an intricate, interactive, multimedia map and guide created by BC undergraduates and released on iTunes just in time for Bloomsday. BC News Release | Their story is running across the U.S. and internationally via AP: Washington Post, Boston.com, San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Bloomberg Business Week,Canada's CBC News, Sydney Morning Herald, Hungarian News Portal HVG, Jakarta Post | Sampling of other coverage: Digital Times, Ireland; Silicon Republic, Irish Emigrant, Irish Central
Boston College is expanding access to its proprietary MediaKron digital instruction platform to faculty at six other colleges and universities, creating the most extensive educational technology initiative in the University’s history. More | Boston.com
Rev. James P. Burns, director of faculty outreach and program assessment for University Mission and Ministry at BC, has been named the interim dean of the Woods College of Advancing Studies. BC News Release
Priest, geologist and author James W. Skehan, professor emeritus and former director of BC’s Weston Observatory, was honored with the unveiling of a bronze bust in his likeness on the occasion of his 89th birthday. BC News
The National Institute of Nursing Research has named Connell School of Nursing Dean and Professor Susan Gennaro to its National Advisory Council for Nursing Research, the institute's principal advisory board. More
Mathematics Assistant Professor Elisenda Grigsby has received a National Science Foundation CAREER award, which recognizes innovative research at the frontiers of science and technology, in support of her work in low-dimensional topology. BC News
Rising junior Brooke Loughrin and graduate students Bennett Comerford and Gary Winslett have been awarded U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships for intensive foreign language study abroad, part of a U.S. government effort to dramatically increase the number of Americans mastering critical foreign languages. BC News
New Albert Schweitzer Fellows Jennifer Patey of the Connell School of Nursing and Caitlin Partyka of the Graduate School of Social Work will spend the next year developing leadership skills and learning to address the social factors that impact health, in the spirit of the award's namesake. More
A $1 million grant from the William E. Simon Foundation of New York will support Boston College Law School's Oral Advocacy Program, which prepares law students for public speaking, oral arguments and moot court competitions. More | Boston Herald
Theology Professor Stephen Pope is one of two scholars selected to lead a yearlong interdisciplinary dialogue of theology, ethics, philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience as a senior research fellow at the Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton, N.J. More
Hidetaka Hirota, a doctoral student in history, has been selected by the Organization of American Historians to receive the 2012 Louis Pelzer Memorial Award, given annually for the best essay in American history by a graduate student. More
Patrick F. Cadigan, a 1957 alumnus, California real estate investor and former high tech CEO who cites his Jesuit education as a crucial influence in his personal formation and professional success, has made a $15 million pledge to name BC's new alumni center. More | Boston Globe, WBUR-FM,Boston Business Journal, Boston Herald, Orange County Register (CA), Jesuit News, Dow Jones MarketWatch, San Francisco Chronicle, Irish Central
Voice and Equality: Civic Voluntarism in American Politics, co-written by Moakley Professor of Political Science Kay L. Schlozman, has won the 2012 American Association for Public Opinion Research Book Award, which recognizes 'influential books that have stimulated thinking about the substance and study of public opinion.' BC Bookmarks | She also discussed Sarah Palin's affect on women in the current election cycle with the Boston Herald
Physics Professor Zhifeng Ren, graduate student Bo Yu and their MIT colleagues report improving the performance of a bulk alloy semiconductor, an advance that could yield broader clean energy applications. News release| Nanowerk LLC, R&D Magazine, The Next Big Future, AZOM.com, PhysOrg
Noted author and College of Arts and Sciences Honors Program faculty member Andrew Krivak is the inaugural winner of the Chautauqua Prize, a new national literary award, for his first novel, The Sojourn. More
More than 1,000 Boston College students, faculty and administrators will participate in the University's 14th annual Arts Festival—Thursday, April 26 through Saturday, April 28— which will feature over 80 events showcasing performing, visual and literary arts programs.
The Guggenheim Foundation has awarded a 2012 fellowship to Professor of Russian, English and Jewish Studies Maxim D. Shrayer, in support of research designed to bring a new perspective to Holocaust studies. More
The Theatre Department, in partnership with the 2012 Arts Festival, will present an April 26 public symposium on artistic leadership in the American theater, featuring three BC graduates who are prominent artistic directors. Paul Daigneault (left) of SpeakEasy Stage Company in Boston is one of the panelists. More
The Boston College Theatre Department concludes its year-long celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Robsham Theater Arts Center with an exciting new production of William Shakespeare’s classic comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. More
Boston College alumnus Tony Taccone—artistic director of the Berkeley Repertory Theatre in Berkeley, California, one of the most prominent regional theaters in the country—will be the special guest and alumni honoree at the 14th annual Boston College Arts Festival, April 26-28, 2012.
An interactive web site has been launched to accompany “Forgotten Chapters of Boston’s Literary History,” a new exhibition on literary Boston between the Revolution and the Civil War curated by Boston College Professor of English Paul Lewis and on display until July 30. More
A panel of experts in theology and constitutional law examined threats to religious liberty in America at a campus forum moderated by Vatican expert and author John L. Allen, Jr. of National Catholic Reporter and sponsored by the Church in the 21st Century Center, BC Law School and the School of Theology and Ministry. Boston.com
BC's Archbishop Oscar A. Romero Scholarship Committee has named Vanessa Rodriguez—a district CEO of the New York City Department of Education—the 2012 recipient of the John A. Dinneen, S.J. Hispanic Alumni Community Service Award. More
Members of the University community are asked to continue to remember Franco Garcia and his family in prayer. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to the Garcia family at 128 Webster Street, West Newton, MA 02465. | Reflections from BC Campus Ministers Rev. Tony Penna and Rev. Don MacMillan, S.J.: Boston Herald
American Nurses Association President and Connell School of Nursing alumna Karen Daley will speak on 'Leading the Charge: A Nursing Agenda in the Age of Health Care Reform' at BC April 10, as part of the Connell School Pinnacle Lecture Series. More
The Bogside Artists -- creators of the internationally acclaimed political murals depicting "The Troubles" in Northern Ireland -- will hold a public talk on Tuesday, Mar. 27 at 4 p.m. in O’Neill Library, Room 211.
The Boston College Theatre Department continues the 30th anniversary season of the Robsham Theater Arts Center and breaks new ground withRising UP: A Dance Showcase. Under the artistic direction of faculty member Sun Ho Kim, this first-ever department-produced piece will feature choreography by Kim, with faculty members Robert Ver Eecke S.J., Kirsten McKinney and Margot Parsons and will take place March 30 and 31.
Boston College’s Carroll School of Management is ranked among the nation's top 10, according to the Bloomberg BusinessWeek "Best Undergraduate Business Schools" 2012 rankings. More
Boston College President William P. Leahy, SJ, and Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino presented 12 Allston-Brighton groups with a total of more than $28,000 in grants at the Allston/Brighton-Boston College Community Fund grant award ceremony held at the Veronica Smith Multi-Service Senior Center in Brighton on March 16.
The Boston College Theatre Department continues the 30th anniversary season of the University’s Robsham Theater Arts Center with Aristophanes's classic comedy Lysistrata, in a new translation by Sarah Ruden. Directed by BC senior Theatre major Alex Lucci, the production is being presented through February 25 in the Robsham’s Bonn Studio.
Boston College has been named to the 2012 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Service. More
The Graduate School of Social Work has earned a Top 10 ranking, and BC's schools of education, business and law (nursing was not reviewed this year) remain ranked in the upper echelon of American graduate programs, according to the latest survey conducted by U.S. News & World Report. More
College of Arts and Sciences alumnus Steve Pemberton '89—one of the nation's leading authorities on workplace diversity—will discuss his inspirational memoir A Chance in the World: An Orphan Boy, a Mysterious Past, and How He Found a Place Called Home on campus March 15. More
The creation of the first set of national standards for the 7,000 Catholic elementary and secondary schools across the U.S. marks a crucial step, said Patricia Weitzel-O’Neill, executive director of BC's Roche Center for Catholic Education, who was part of the three-year effort to draft the guidelines. More| Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Catholic News Service
'Forgotten Chapters of Boston’s Literary History,' an exhibition about literary Boston between the Revolution and the Civil War curated by Professor of English Paul Lewis and created by BC faculty, students and staff, will be on display at the Boston Public Library, with a satellite exhibition at the Massachusetts Historical Society, from March 28-July 30. More
Biology Department chairman Thomas Chiles has been named the Dr. Michael E. and Dr. Salvatore A. DeLuca Professor of Biology, College of Arts & Sciences Dean David Quigley has announced. More | First Science,PhysOrg | Florida Times-Union
The Boston College Theatre Department continues the 30th anniversary season of the University’s Robsham Theater Arts Center with John Patrick Shanley's acclaimed play Doubt, a parable, which will be performed February 1-5.
'Rural Ireland: The Inside Story'—an exclusive exhibition now on view at the McMullen Museum of Art—is 'a powerful show that accomplishes something few museum exhibits attempt: It restores the humanity of impoverished generations nearly lost to history,' according to a review in the MetroWest Daily News | More
Four Boston College faculty members have received prestigious 2012 Sloan Research Fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. More | Boston Business Journal, Boston.com, San Francsisco Chronicle, Houston Chronicle,Miami Herald, UPI, Los Angeles Daily News, Cincinnati Enquirer, FirstScience,Canada.com, Dow Jones MarketWatch, AOL Newton Patch, AOL Wellesley Patch, Boston.com
Marilyn Cochran-Smith, the Lynch School of Education's Cawthorne Professor of Teacher Education for Urban Schools, is one of the first women scholars in the field of education to receive an honorary degree from Spain’s University of Alicante. More
Appearances by a slate of literary luminaries — among them Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Diaz and U.S. Poet Laureate emeritus Billy Collins — highlight the Spring 2012 Lowell Humanities Series. More
BC's Chief Executives' Club of Boston has been named the No. 1 regional speaking venue for the nation’s top women business executives in a study by global public relations agency Weber Shandwick. More
Professor of Theology Roberto S. Goizueta has been named winner of the 2012 Yves Congar Award for Theological Excellence. More
Boston College ranks 7th among the nation's 'medium-sized' colleges and universities in producing Peace Corps volunteers, according to the organization's 2012 survey. There are currently 39 undergraduate alumni serving overseas. More
Biologists Marc-Jan Gubbels and Gabor Marth combined genome sequencing and lab testing to isolate a protein that plays a crucial role in the spread of two deadly, parasite-borne diseases, the team reports in the journal Science | More
Janet E. Helms, the Augustus Long Professor in the Department of Counseling, Developmental, and Educational Psychology at the Lynch School of Education, has been honored as an inspirational teacher by the Gail McKnight Beckman Trust. More