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Bioarcheological Applications in Cultural Resource Management
Jessica Mathis, a graduate student in biological anthropology, will lecture on bioarcheological applications in cultural resource management at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Discovery Hall 505.
Chemistry Seminar: New Transformations of Renewable Alcohols Catalyzed by Oxo-Metal Compounds
Professor Kenneth Nicholas of the University of Oklahoma will give a Chemistry Seminar at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23, in Chemistry Building 144. A reception will follow in CHEM 105.
Howe to Discuss Contribution of Women's Writings to Global Islamic Revival, Sept 30
Justine Howe of Case Western Reserve University will give a lecture titled "Reviving Islam in Cold War America" at 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30 in Gearhart Hall Room 258.
Anthropologist Contributes to Major Study of Large Animal Extinction
Research published in Science explains the effect of human-influenced mass extinction of giant carnivores and herbivores from North America.
Theatre Alumna Rachel Lynett Receives Artists 360 Award
The Mid-America Arts Alliance named 20 recipients of its 2019 Artists 360 Awards, recognizing top performing, visual and literary artists from across the region, including Department of Theatre alumna Rachel Lynett.
A Q&A with Fulbright College Alumnus Jacob Shores-Argüello
Jacob Shores-Argüello, a graduate of the Program in Creative Writing and Translation, is the recipient of the 2018 Lannan Literary Fellowship for Poetry, a $100,000 prize. Learn more in this Q&A with him.
Blair Center Conference to Mark 100th Anniversary of Elaine Riot
The Blair Center for Southern Politics and Society is sponsoring a conference, "Elaine at 100," on Sept. 26-27 at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock.
English Professor Publishes Article on #MeToo and Responding to Gender-Based Violence
An article by Jo Hsu, assistant professor of English, is the lead essay in a special issue — "The #MeToo Moment: A Rhetorical Zeitgeist" — of the Women's Studies in Communication journal.
Joshua Byron Smith to Give Invited Talk at Cambridge
Joshua Byron Smith, associate professor of English and director of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, will discuss Welsh saints during an invited talk at the University of Cambridge next week.
Music Professor Receives Artists 360 Award
Lia Uribe, associate professor of music, will use her grant to produce and record music for bassoon written by contemporary composers who represent marginalized minorities in Latin America and the U.S.