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  • Love and Fillerup Co-Editors

    Joanna Love, associate professor of music, and Jessie Fillerup, associate professor of musicology, co-edited Sonic Identity at the Margins, featuring chapters from UR colleagues, Bertram Ashe, professor of English and Africana studies advisory board member, and Andy McGraw, associate professor of music and chair of the Department of Music. 

  • McGraw Published

    Andy McGraw, associate professor of music and chair of the Department of Music, published "Mapping Sonic and Affective Geographies in Richmond Virginia" in Sonic Identity at the Margins, co-edited by colleagues Joanna Love, associate professor of music, and Jessie Fillerup, associate professor of musicology.

  • Fillerup and Love Co-Editors

    Jessie Fillerup, associate professor of musicology, and Joanna Love, associate professor of music, and co-edited Sonic Identity at the Margins, featuring chapters from UR colleagues, Bertram Ashe, professor of English and Africana studies advisory board member, and Andy McGraw, associate professor of music and chair of the Department of Music. 

  • Ashe Published

    Bertram Ashe, professor of English and Africana studies advisory board member, published "American Blackness in Berlin: Race and Nationality in Contemporary Jazz Performance" in Sonic Identity at the Margins, co-edited by colleagues Joanna Love, associate professor of music, and Jessie Fillerup, associate professor of musicology.

  • Leopold Selected

    Michael Leopold, Floyd D. and Elisabeth S. Gottwald Professor of Chemistry, received the 2022 Outstanding Mentorship Award from the Chemistry Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research.

  • Baughan Awarded

    Elizabeth Baughan, associate professor of classics and archaeology and art history, was awarded a Samuel H. Kress Grant For Research And Publication In Classical Art And Architecture by the Archaeological Institute of America, for the co-edited book (with Lisa C. Pieraccini, UC Berkeley), Etruria and Anatolia: Material Connections and Artistic Exchange forthcoming with Cambridge University Press.

  • Love Published

    Joanna Love, associate professor of music, published the article, "Let’s Get Loud”: Sounding Subversive Bodies at the Super Bowl," in the Journal of Popular Music Studies.

  • Johnson and Undergraduate Students Published

    Miles Johnson, associate professor of chemistry, with undergraduates Julia Vidlak and Nihal Sriramaneni, published a paper "Synthesis of pyrrole-based PSiP pincer ligands and their palladium, rhodium, and platinum complexes" in Dalton Transactions. The work was conducted in collaboration with the Ozerov group at TAMU.

  • Norris, Pierce, and Undergraduates Published

    Michael Norris, assistant professor of chemistry, and B. Daniel Pierce, assistant professor of biology, along with undergraduate students and former students, published "Mechanistic Analysis of the VirA Sensor Kinase in Agrobacterium tumefaciens Using Structural Models," in Frontiers in Microbiology.

  • Pierce, Norris, and Undergraduates Published

    B. Daniel Pierce, assistant professor of biology, and Michael Norris, assistant professor of chemistry, along with undergraduate students and former students, published "Mechanistic Analysis of the VirA Sensor Kinase in Agrobacterium tumefaciens Using Structural Models," in Frontiers in Microbiology.

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