• Physics professors test their newly developed method to combat Hepatitis C virus, through wider international collaboration

    Physics professors Edward Ackad and Mohammad Yousef collaborated with scientists from Egypt and Pakistan to validate their newly developed methodology, which aims to predict strains of Hepatitis C virus that are drug resistant. Their research was published in PLOS ONE.
    Physics professors Ackad and Yousef discuss ideas pertaining to research. Photo courtesy of Yousef.
    An extension of [...]

  • Huber recognized for passion to mobilize education through Lincoln perspective

    Applied communication studies and philosophy double major senior Corey Huber has been awarded as a student laureate of The Lincoln Academy of Illinois.
    Applied communication and philosophy major senior Corey Huber and Associate Dean Larry Lafond. Photo courtesy of Larry LaFond
    The award honors excellence in curricular and extracurricular activities, and is given to one outstanding [...]

  • Martinez receives grant to research the effects of stream impoundment

    The construction of dams and the effect of stream impoundments have caused changes in river characteristics.
    Environmental Sciences and geography professor Adriana Martinez (left) and Suzanne Walther from Utah Valley University, Co-PI on the project (right).
    Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences Program professor Adriana Martinez has received a 2014 iUTAH Research Catalyst Grant to examine changes in [...]

  • PAPA graduate finds outlet for leadership skills learned in program, becomes Financial Aid Director at local college

    2009 Public Administration and Policy Analysis (PAPA) graduate Jill Klostermann found an administrative outlet for her abilities and talents.
    Public Administration and Policy Analysis graduate Jill Klostermann has transitioned from the program into various leadership roles, in particular, as Financial Aid Director at Kaskaskia College in Centralia. Courtesy of Klostermann.
    Recently she was placed in the Director [...]

  • STELLAR Student profile: Jessica Stanley-Asselmeier

    Senior anthropology major Jessica Stanley-Asselmeier
    A high school mission trip to Mexico City spurred Jessica Stanley-Asselmeier to pursue a career in anthropology.
    “It was an amazing experience to be immersed into another culture that was so different from my own,” Stanley-Asselmeier said.  “From then on, it has always been a passion of mine to learn about other [...]

Music professor and black studies program director Prince Wells. Photo courtesy of Keenan Adams

Wells explores women’s influence on jazz, its evolution

Women had a direct influence on jazz and its evolution, according to Prince Wells, music professor and black studies program director. The lecture, led by Wells
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Women’s studies event series presented a discussion “Righteous Anger, Civility and Silencing" earlier this month.

Women’s Studies present discussion on righteous anger, civility, silencing

‘Just calm down.’ ‘Be civil.’ ‘You don’t deserve my attention unless you are being civilized.’ These are just some of the responses people give when they
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Felix Solomon is an active member of the Lummi Nation, one of the Coast Salish tribes of northwest Washington State, and one of the most significant indigenous carvers in the United States.

Coast Salish Carver Felix Solomon presents his artwork and wisdom

The Center for Spirituality & Sustainability presented master carver Felix Solomon on Nov. 4 to discuss the cultural and aesthetic interpretation of his artwork rooted
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Dr. Department of Applied Communication Studies professor Sorin Nastasia and the 2012 study abroad students in front of Peles Castle, Romania.

International PR course to take students to Romania

A faculty-led study abroad program to Romania will give students the opportunity to experience public relations and communication management firsthand. The program will allow students
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  • Scholarly Activities

  • From left: Sammy Seale, IRIS student assistant and Samantha Winkler, Dr. Hildebrandt's student assistant at the open house listening to information given by Hildebrandt.

    IRIS open house showcases digital research opportunities

    From left: Sammy Seale, IRIS student assistant and Samantha Winkler, Dr. Hildebrandt's student assistant at the open house listening to information given by Hildebrandt. The Interdisciplinary Research and Informatics Scholarship (IRIS) Center is hosting a series of open houses for faculty

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  • Other Recent Articles

  • Department of Political Science professor Laurie Rice

    Palestinian scholar presents research on Palestinians in Israel

    Areej Sabbagh-Khoury will present at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 19, on “The Palestinian Citizens of Israel between the history and the present,” in the MUC Meeting Room A.
    Department of Political Science professor Laurie Rice helped organize Areej Sabbagh-Khoury's presentation on "The Palestinian Citizens of Israel between the history and the present."
    Sabbagh-Khoury is a researcher [...]

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