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Faculty Highlights

  • Dattelbaum Awarded Grant

    Jonathan Dattelbaum, professor of chemistry, has been awarded funding from The National Science Foundation for a five year project that involves collaboration among faculty at nine schools.

  • Giancaspro Published

    David Giancaspro, assistant professor of Spanish, published a chapter in Language in Development and Use: A Crosslinguistic Perspective.

  • Jacobsen Published

    Kathryn H. Jacobsen, William E. Cooper Distinguished University Chair and professor of health studies, published an article, "Global Health Education for the Post-Pandemic Years" in the journal Global Health Research and Policy.

  • Quintero-Carmona Awarded

    Omar Quintero-Carmona, associate professor of biology received 2021 Prize for Excellence in Inclusivity from The American Society for Cell Biology. Read more.

  • Gao Published

    Gengsong Gao, assistant professor of Chinese studies, published "Post-Tiananmen Chinese Liberal Intellectuals' Political Uses of Confucian Tradition and Chinese History." in the Journal of Contemporary China.

  • Zimmermann Damer Published

    Erika Zimmermann Damer, associate professor of classical studies and women, gender, and sexuality studies, published a new chapter, “What’s in a Name? Mapping Women’s Names from the Graffiti of Pompeii and Herculaneum" in Women’s Lives, Women’s Voices: Roman Material Culture and Female Agency in the Bay of Naples.

  • Outka's Book Short-Listed

    Viral Modernism: The Influenza Pandemic and Interwar Literature by Elizabeth Outka, professor of English, was short-listed for the Modernist Studies Association Book PrizeRead more.

  • Nelson has Solo Exhibition

    Brittany Nelson, assistant professor of photography, has a solo exhibition, Beam Us Home, showing at the Reynolds Gallery. Read more

  • Spera Awarded

    Stephanie Spera, assistant professor of geography and the environment, received the Excellence in Instructional Technology Award from the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges. Read more.

  • Outka Awarded

    Elizabeth Outka, professor of English, received the 2021 Transatlantic Studies Association-Cambridge University Press Book Award for Viral Modernism: The Influenza Pandemic and Interwar LiteratureRead more.

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