Four new faculty bring expertise in a broad range of policy areas, including health care, contemporary security, the economics of education, social policy and inequality, demography, criminology, and development economics.
Vesna Bacheva, recipient of a 2023 Schmidt Science Fellowship, collaborates with CROPPS to pioneer innovative technologies and models aimed at investigating the signaling and nutrient transport processes within plants.
"Junior Architects: Building Disciplinary Transformation Through Education," this semester's Preston H. Thomas Memorial Symposium, takes a deep look at achieving enduring diversity in design education and practice through a re-evaluation of the student experience.
New research by Assistant Professor Evan Riehl shows that affirmative action can have benefits for students from disadvantaged backgrounds but also unintended spillover effects that negatively impact a university's other students.
Joe George was the artist-in-residence this summer in the Hybrid Body Lab, where Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao combines digital technology, fashion design and body art to invent beautiful, functional computer interfaces that people can wear on their skin.
Reported violations of children’s rights will be explored in a symposium entitled “Uyghur Children in China’s Genocide” on Fri., Oct. 27, from 1-5 p.m. in Goldwin Smith Hall, Rm. 76. The symposium will be hybrid; register in advance for the livestream.