The Thrill of Discovery
Students and faculty make an impact in the classroom, the lab and the world.
Venkatesh Gopal gives his physics students research challenges normally reserved for graduate students at big universities.
GIS weaves technologies to record, display and analyze an array of geographical information.
Professor John Pitman Weber caps four decades of teaching art with a stunning farewell mural project.
Meet Lauren Williams, who is spending her Fulbright year in Thailand teaching English and creating artwork to promote HIV prevention.
Some people believe they’re telling the truth when they’re not. William Hirstein asks why.
Art major Danielle Dobies spent months at a food bank, interviewing clients, volunteers and staff and capturing their lives in sensitive portraits.
Can acting classes improve cognitive ability? Helga and Tony Noice are finding out.
The annual Research & Performance Showcase highlights students’ scholarly and creative work.
Professor Gene Losey brings a scientists’s curiosity to the study of the grape.
Dr. Stacey Raimondi and her students are working to shut down the most aggressive kinds of cancer.
Philosophy professor Katrina Sifferd explores how deeper understanding of the brain can help settle questions of criminal guilt or innocence.
Evans Afenya’s research uses math and statistics to better understand cancer.
Kathleen Sexton-Radek asks why Americans aren’t getting the sleep they need.