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Steve Kapp ’81 (MBA ’90) is among the first donors to the College of Arts and Sciences to establish a Dean’s Innovation Fund to support a range of academic disciplines, … Continued
Physicist Amy Oldenburg uses noninvasive biomedical optics to see inside tissue.
Alumnus Giffin Daughtridge’s startup ensures adherence to important HIV drug.
Russia scholar Donald Raleigh’s next big project is Brezhnev bio.
Graduate assistant Cicek Beeby gets her hands dirty explaining archaeology.
A bequest estimated at $7.5 million from an anonymous donor will establish three or more distinguished professorships in the College of Arts and Sciences.
An audience gathers for a car concert outside Hill Hall in the 1970s.
For the world’s coral reefs, the picture keeps getting gloomier. Although it’s widely assumed that both local and global factors are contributing to their decline, new research shows that isolated … Continued
Archaeologists recently uncovered a clue that doesn’t shed light on what happened to the colonists of the Lost Colony, but it may reveal more about their life on the island.