The University boasts a bumper crop of national scholars this year and recognizes faculty achievement across campus.
Genetic research by Scott Tomlins ’01 may lead to a breakthrough in cancer diagnostics and treatment.
Rachel Ellison ’05 puts her mind to work to find a better way to measure macaques’ gray matter.
The Carson Scholars Program sends undergraduates across town and around the globe to pursue research in their own way.
Trading paint brush and paints for computer and fractal-plotting software, retiring mathematician Junpei Sekino has a formula for painting masterpieces.
When Meredy Goldberg Edelson, professor of psychology, researched the research on autism, she found something was missing.
David Craig, associate biology professor, has a way of infecting students with his own strain of bird flu: a love for research and Caspian Terns.