Lillian Guerra, professor in the Department of History, and Amanda Concha-Holmes, courtesy faculty in the Department of Anthropology, received grants. Read more "CLAS Faculty Receive National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships"
The Foundations of American Jewish Liberalism was honored as the best nonfiction book about the Jewish experience in North America. Read more "Kenneth D. Wald wins 2019 National Jewish Book Award"
Thomas S. Bianchi, the Jon L. and the Beverly A. Thompson Endowed Chair of Geological Sciences, was honored at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) fall meeting in December 2019 as an AGU Fellow. Read more "Geology Professor Honored at AGU Meeting"
Researchers from the Department of Biology describe how dengue was likely suppressed to abnormally low levels in Latin America in the years following the Zika epidemic. Read more "Zika Epidemic Likely Suppressed Dengue in Latin America"
Professor Gillian Lord has co-created an all-digital, low-cost Spanish language program that looks to give students have a more relevant, meaningful experience in class. Read more "Dragging Language Textbooks into the Digital Age"