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  • Peifer Published

    Janelle S. Peifer, assistant professor of psychology, published the article "College students’ reduced cognitive empathy and increased anxiety, and depression before and during the COVID-19 pandemic" in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health - Special Issue: Protective and Risk Factors of Mental Health and Well-Being in Adolescence and Adulthood during Pandemic Era.

  • Joireman Delivered Presentation

    Sandra Joireman, professor of political science and Weinstein Chair of International Studies, was invited to present "Return: Going Home After Fleeing Violent Conflict," at the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz and the Forthem European University Alliance.

  • Hilliker Leads $625,000 Grant

    Angie Hilliker, associate professor of biology, is the principal invesigator on a Howard Hughes Medical Institute $625,000 Inclusive Excellence 3 (IE3) grant. Working with an interdisciplinary team of faculty, the six-year program will study barriers to student inclusivity. Read more.

  • Henry Published

    Brian Henry, professor of English and creative writing, edited and translated Aleš Šteger's Burning Tongues: New & Selected Poems, which was published by Bloodaxe Books in the UK.

  • Méndez Delivers Presentation

    While on a Fulbright Scholar Award in Brazil, Mariela Méndez, associate professor of Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Studies and women, gender, and sexuality studies, delivered the presentation “Impertinências feministas no arquivo clariceano: Proposta para uma aproximação material sensorial e performática às intervenções feministas” [“Feminist Impertinences in the Claricean Archive: Proposal for a Material Sensorial and Performative Approach to Feminist Interventions”] at a roundtable on Impertinências Feministas na Literatura Latinoamericana [Feminist Impertinences in Latin American Literature] organized by the Feminist Lab at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.

  • Méndez Published

    Mariela Méndez, associate professor of Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Studies and women, gender, and sexuality studies, published the chapter “Que(e)rying Femininities: Clarice Lispector’s Correio Feminino on TV Globo” in After Clarice: Reading Lispector’s Legacy in the Twenty-First Century.

  • Shugrue Awarded Grant

    Christopher Shugrue, assistant professor of chemistry, was awarded an ACS Petroleum Research Fund Grant for research on the development of mild and rapid cycloadditions of electron-rich oxazoles.

  • Downey Published

    Wade Downey, professor of chemistry, and students Grant Dixon, '20; Michael Rodriguez, '22; Tyler Chong; '23, Kevin Kim, '19; published "Synthesis of β,β-Disubstituted Styrenes via Trimethylsilyl Trifluoromethanesulfonate-Promoted Aldehyde-Aldehyde Aldol Coupling-Elimination" in The Journal of Organic Chemistry.

  • Arnold Awarded

    Photogrammar, a project led by Taylor Arnold, associate professor of statistics; and Lauren Tilton, associate professor of digital humanities; along with colleagues in the Digital Scholarship Lab at UR and American Studies at Yale University, was awarded the American Studies Association's 2022 Garfinkel Prize in Digital Humanities.

  • Tilton Awarded

    Photogrammar, a project led by Lauren Tilton, associate professor of digital humanities; and Taylor Arnold, associate professor of statistics; along with colleagues in the Digital Scholarship Lab at UR and American Studies at Yale University, was awarded the American Studies Association's 2022 Garfinkel Prize in Digital Humanities.

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