Jonathan Corpus Ong, communication, is featured as a Spotlight Scholar for September 2023. He is one of the country's leading scholars on online disinformation.
Isabella Weber, economics, has been named to the 2023 "TIME100 Next" list of emerging leaders from around the world.
Razvan Sibii, journalism, shares the story of an early applicant to the Welcome Corps program, as well as encouraging campus communities to participate.
Economics alum Srettha Thavisin was recently elected the 30th Prime Minister of Thailand.
Sancha Medwinter, sociology, has published her latest book "Ecologies of Inequity: How Disaster Response Reconstitutes Race and Class Inequality."
Claire Healy, political science and journalism '21, recently co-authored a major investigative series for The Washington Post.
Tatishe Nteta, Jesse Rhodes, and graduate student Adam Eichen, political science, recently co-authored an oped for Newsweek on politicians and retirement.
Elizabeth Sharrow, public policy and history, has written a new book "Equality Unfulfilled: How Title IX's Policy Design Undermines Change to College Sports."
Isabella Weber, economics, has been named a co-recipient of the Kurt Rothschild Prize, for her efforts to dampen inflation via a gas price cap.
Charli Carpenter, director of the Human Security Lab, and students recently briefed the State Department on freedom of movement in Ukraine.