2015 Student Symposium: April 17Nearly 300 students share their projects of creation and discovery.
- Mufti publishes article
Shahan Mufti published "What Gandhi Understood About Inflammatory Depictions of Muhammad" in the New Republic.
- Klinker and students travel to Australia
Spatial Analysis Lab Director Kim Klinker took a group of students to Australia in the summer of 2014. See the story map of their travels.
- Salisbury on All Things Considered
David Salisbury was featured on NPR's All Things Considered, talking about the illegal logging situation in the Peruvian-Brazil borderlands of Amazonia and the recent deaths of local activists seeking to draw attention to the situation. He and Diego Leal, '15, also authored an op-ed on the tragic death of their colleague Edwin Chota for the Huffington Post.
- New Book
Professor Steve Nash recently published his latest book, Virginia Climate Fever.
- Broening Fellowship
Dr. Benjamin Broening is the recipient of a 2014 Howard Foundation Fellowship.
- Professor recognized for dissertation
Sociology professor Eric Anthony Grollman recently was honored with the Best Dissertation Award in Mental Health by the American Sociological Association.
- Kostadinov publishes paper
Research associate Dr. Tiho Kostadinov, '02, and Roy Gilb, '14, recently published a paper in the journal Geoscientific Model Development.
- Cable Book Chapter
Dr. Jennifer Cable published “After the Italian Manner: The English Cantata 1700-1710,” in The Lively Arts of the London Stage, 1675-1725 (Performance in the Long Eighteenth Century: Studies in Theatre, Music, Dance).
- Charlesworth Paper Accepted
Dr. Arthur Charlesworth's paper, "The Comprehensibility Theorem and the Foundations of Artificial Intelligence," was recently accepted to appear in Minds and Machines: journal for artificial intelligence, philosophy and cognitive sciences, Vol. 25.
- Bowie publishes new book
Dr. Jennifer Bowie recently published The View from the Bench and Chambers: Examining Judicial Process and Decision Making on the U.S. Courts of Appeals with coauthors Donald R. Songer and John Szmer. She spoke about it in a Boatwright Libraries Podcast.
Arts & Sciences Features
Lauren Conder, '14, utilized the support from the Office of Alumni and Career Services and her professors to achieve success.
Biology department assists basketball team in acquiring and caring for live tarantula mascot
American Chemical Society Student Associates perform a magic show to teach children about chemistry
Professor Yvonne Howell's new course focuses on sustainability in the context of Russian science and literature
UR's Society of Physics Students is recognized as an Outstanding Chapter
After winning the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting, Chris Hamby, '08, left for BuzzFeed News.
As the yoga world evolves, Rebecca Pacheco, '01, is helping yogis find a union between tradition and modern life
After stints in Niger and Cameroon, Sarah Singletary, '09, returns to the U.S. to work at Peace Corps headquarters
Ryan Rinn, '04, works as community organizer and urban planner in the city of Richmond
Latin majors participate in summer field school to learn Roman epigraphy
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2014 Student Symposium
The 2014 Student Symposium featured nearly 200 student research presentations.
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