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Faculty Highlights

  • Quintero Published

    Omar Quintero and four UR students published “The MyMOMA domain of MYO19 encodes for distinct Miro‐dependent and Miro‐independent mechanisms of interaction with mitochondrial membranes” in Cytoskeleton.

  • Damer Published

    Erika Zimmermann Damner recently published In the Flesh: Embodied Identities in Roman Elegy in the Wisconsin Studies in Classics by the University of Wisconsin Press.

  • Maurantonio Awarded

    Nicole Maurantonio was awarded (along with Irina Rogova) the 2019 Engage for Change! Award for Contribution to the Institution for the Race & Racism at the University of Richmond Project.

  • Quintero Receives Grant

    Omar Quintero was awarded the Bridging to STEM Excellence: Leveraging a Consortium of National STEM Education Initiatives to Improve Undergraduate STEM Teaching and Learning" grant through the National Science Foundation. Learn more here.

  • Damer Publishes Chapter

    Erika Zimmermann Damer co-wrote a chapter for Document to History: Epigraphic Insights into the Greco-Roman World (Brill, 2019) This chapter, “Wall Inscriptions in the Ancient City: the Ancient Graffiti Project,” was co-written with Rebecca Benefiel, Holly Sypniewski.


  • Hobgood on Nixon and Press

    Linda Hobgood discusses First Lady Pat Nixon’s relationship with the media on the Nixon Now Podcast.

  • Carol Parish Awarded NSF Grant

    Carol Parish is partnering with colleagues at VCU and the University of Florida for a nearly $1m National Science Foundation-funded project to develop a central portal for the molecular sciences. Learn more here.

  • Smith at ICA

    Professor Sable Elyse Smith’s work will be on display at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) at Virginia Commonwealth University. The exhibition Great Force will be on view starting October 5. 

  • Nelson Book Launch

    Professor Brittany Nelson’s book Out of the Everywhere launched at Casa Caníbal on August 19 and published by Mousse Publishing. Highlights topics such as feminist science fiction, space travel, and isolation.

  • Achter Receives Advanced Contract

    Paul Achter received an advanced contract for his book, Fit to Kill: Militarism and the Rhetoric of Style, which will be published by Rutgers University Press.

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