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  • Parish and Undergraduate Students Published

    Carol Parish, Floyd D. and Elisabeth S. Gottwald Professor of Chemistry, along with undergraduate student co-authors, published “Atomistic Insights into the binding of SARS-CoV-2 Spike Receptor Binding Domain with the Human ACE2 receptor: The Importance of Residue 493” in the Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modeling.

  • Stringfield Published

    Ravynn Stringfield, visiting assistant professor of rhetoric and communication studies, published "How Writing and Motherhood Coexist for Author Taylor Harris" in shondaland.

  • Kahn Awarded

    Michelle Kahn, assistant professor of history, was awarded the American Historical Association's 2022 Chester Penn Higby Prize for the best article published in the Journal of Modern History in the preceding two years. Read more.

  • Lambert & Undergraduates Published

    Kelly Lambert, professor of behavioral neuroscience, along with four undergraduate student co-authors published the manuscript "The Emotional Impact of Disrupted Environmental Contexts: Enrichment Loss and Coping Profiles Influence Stress Response Recovery in Long-Evans Rats" in Journal of Neuroendocrinology.

  • Lambert & Undergraduates Published

    Kelly Lambert, professor of behavioral neuroscience, along with five undergraduate student co-authors published the manuscript "Divergent Neural and Endocrine Responses in Wild-Caught and Laboratory-Bred Rattus norvegicus" in Behavioural Brain Research.

  • Lambert & Undergraduates Published

    Kelly Lambert, professor of behavioral neuroscience, along with eight undergraduate student co-authors published the manuscript "Disrupted Development from Head to Tail: Pervasive Effects of Postnatal Restricted Resources on Neurobiological, Behavioral, and Morphometric Outcomes" in Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience.

  • Ross Published

    William Ross, professor of mathematics and Roger Francis and Mary Saunders Richardson Chair in Mathematics, published the book Operator Theory by Example with Oxford University Press. 

  • Lowder & Undergraduate Students Published

    Matthew Lowder, assistant professor of psychology, along with three undergraduate student co-authors, published the article "Effects of Syntactic Structure on the Processing of Lexical Repetition During Sentence Reading" in Memory & Cognition.

  • Dias Published

    Mariama Rebello de Sousa Dias, assistant professor of physics, and a former student co-author published "Refractory Metals and Oxides for High-Temperature Structural Color Filters" in Applied Materials & Interfaces.

  • Mufti's Book Reviewed by the New York Times

    Shahan Mufti, associate professor of journalism, was interviewed by the New York Times about his book American Caliph: The True Story of a Muslim Mystic, a Hollywood Epic, and the 1977 Siege of Washington, D.C.

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