Geology professor Stephen Elardo’s research shines new light on how the Moon developed.
New research finds a surprising reason for why sea turtles consume plastic debris.
The African American Studies program celebrated its 50th anniversary on February 20 and 21 with the unveiling of a new historical marker, commemorative speeches, musical performances and a symposium reflecting on the program’s significance.
Biology professor Emily Sessa receives NASA grant to understand why ferns bounced back after a mass extinction.
Imre Bartos probes gravitational wave surges, a topic that has exploded with intriguing questions in the last five years.
Now in its second decade, the Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere is bringing disciplines together to tackle grand-challenge questions.
A summer internship sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences experiential learning program provided two students with new perspectives and job offers.