An interview with Steven Tracy, Distinguished Professor of Afro-American Studies and Distinguished Overseas Professor at Central China Normal University, has been featured in the Chinese journal, “Shandong Foreign Language Teaching.”
Joel Wolfe, professor of history presented “Globalization under Paleo-Liberalism: The Western Hemisphere in the 1920s” on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at the Edinburgh Centre for Global History at Edinburgh University.
Shawn Shimpach, associate professor of communication and director of the Massachusetts Multicultural Film Festival, has edited a new collection of television studies scholarship, “The Routledge Companion to Global Television.”
Scott Jackson, extension associate professor in the department of environmental conservation and Charlie Schweik, professor at the School of Public Policy and the department of environmental conservation, have received a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
To provide the campus with a robust set of tools to better inform decision-making, the new office of University Analytics and Institutional Research (UAIR) has developed Flagship Analytics, a set of data dashboards available to all faculty and staff.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) will be continuing the Learning Communities initiative for a fourth consecutive semester this spring. Learning Communities are based on two books carefully chosen to foster constructive conversations around the topics of inclusion, bias, empathy, understanding and respect.
Mathematics professor Andrea R. Nahmod has been named a principal investigator for a Simons Foundation Collaboration in Mathematical and Physical Sciences that will involve leading mathematics and physics researchers in the United States and Europe in a systematic, coordinated study of wave turbulence.
Panayotis “Panos” Kevrekidis, Distinguished University Professor and professor of mathematics and statistics, recently was named a member of the 2020 Class of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) for “contributions in applied mathematics, especially in the theory and applications of nonlinear waves.”