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  • Chen Published

    Dan Chen, assistant professor of political science, published an article onlocal media politics in China titled, "One Step Ahead of the Game," in the Index on Censorship. Chen, Dan. 2022. ?One step ahead of the game.

  • Seeley Wins Book Prize

    Samantha Seeley, associate professor of history, received the 2021 Jon Gjerde Book Award from the Midwestern History Association for her book Race, Removal, and the Right to Remain: Migration and the Making of the United States. The prize recognizes the year’s best book on Midwestern history. Learn More.

  • Grayson Awarded

    Kristine Grayson, associate professor of biology, has been awarded $116,800 from the United States Department of Agriculture - Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) for “Research and Development on a Rearing System for Emerald Ash Borer.” This is the Grayson's fourth year of funding. 

  • Bukach Published

    Cindy Bukach, MacEldin Trawick Professor of Psychology, published the article, "Face Processing Still Predicts Reading Ability: Evidence from Developmental Prosopagnosia. A Reply to Gerlach and Starrfelt" in Cortex.

  • Pollock Published

    Julie Pollock, associate professor of the chemistry, and Michael Norris, assistant professor of the chemistry, in collaboration with undergraduate authors published "Unravelling the role of [Ru(bpy)2(OH2)2]2+ complexes in Photo-Activated Chemotherapy" in the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry.

  • Norris Published

    Michael Norris, assistant professor of the chemistry, and Julie Pollock, associate professor of the chemistry, in collaboration with undergraduate authors published "Unravelling the role of [Ru(bpy)2(OH2)2]2+ complexes in Photo-Activated Chemotherapy" in the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry.

  • Gunkel Published

    Dieter Gunkel, assistant professor of historical linguistics, published, “The First Person Singular of the Athematic Middle Optative in Vedic and Indo-Iranian” in the Journal of the American Oriental Society

  • Gunkel Published

    Dieter Gunkel, assistant professor of historical linguistics, was invited to two lectures this spring. At the University of Vienna he presented, “Evidence for and Against Stress Regulation in Tocharian Meter.” He presented, “Rigvedic *aśiya, *ī́śiya, *rāsiya and the Development of PIE *-ih1-h2e into Indo-Iranian” at Cornell University.

  • Hass Awarded

    Jeffrey Hass, associate professor of sociology and chair of the Department of Sociology & Anthropology, has been selected as a co-winner of the American Sociological Association Section on Peace, War and Social Conflict’s 2022 Book Award and received honorable mention for ASA Distinguished Scholarly Book Award for his book Wartime Suffering and Survival.

  • Parish Awarded

    Carol Parish, Floyd D. and Elisabeth S. Gottwald Chair in Chemistry, is the principal investigator in a grant award of nearly $250K from the National Institutes of Health to purchase a high performance computer for biomedical research. This grant will support 11 faculty and 70+ research students from biology, chemistry, and psychology. Learn more.

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