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A student-led project to get wounded veterans up, moving and improving their lives through fitness will be launched by the Connell School of Nursing, BC Athletics and the EnduranceLeaders Foundation, under the direction of Professor Ann Wolbert Burgess. See the launch pep rally at this link.
Can people be happy even after a disastrous experience? A study led by School of Social Work Assistant Professor Rocio Calvo underscores the importance of community to human resilience. Fast Company | Her research was highlighted by El Pais, Spain's highest-circulation daily newspaper, and by Chile's El Mercurio
Baltimore state attorney Marilyn Mosby J.D. '05, the youngest top prosecutor of any major city in America, entered the national spotlight when she called for criminal charges to be filed in the Freddie Gray case. Law School Associate Professor Sharon Beckman and Associate Dean for External Relations, Diversity and Inclusion Tracey West recall Mosby for Newsweek, CBS Boston, Boston Globe
Add water to a half-filled cup and the water level rises. But what if adding more water lowers the water level by deforming the cup? A quantum version of this phenomenon, called negative electronic compressibility, has been discovered by a team of researchers led by Assistant Professor of Physics Ruihua He. BC News Release | PhysOrg