Take a look at stories about faculty, staff, and students that struck a chord with media, logged the most online hits, and left a lasting impression. Continue reading
Research led by Michael Thigpen (’91) suggests one pill may help in preventing HIV/AIDS.
Stefan Duma (’95) has won national acclaim for his work on head injury mechanics, specifically his research involving the impact of car accidents on pregnant women and fetuses, and the safety of adult and child football helmets. Continue reading
Getting opposing groups together to talk it out won’t solve all of the world’s problems on the first go around, but it’s a good first step, says Joe Miles, an assistant professor of psychology. Continue reading
External research funding increased to more than $188 million in fiscal year 2010, adding $10 million to last year’s total and setting an all-time high for the campus. The funding comes from a wide variety of sources, including federal and state agencies as well as private research foundations. Continue reading