Poetry and Power: Classics Professor to Lead Top Philological GroupExpert on Greek and Latin literature – especially Greek poetry of the Hellenistic period – was elected president of the American Philological Association. She hopes to motivate students to pursue further contact with international scholars.
A Path of Passion from Design to DiscoveryMaster's student Maria Fox receives honorable mention at 82nd annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists.
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Bearcats Abroad: UC Students Study Challenging Sustainability Issues in ChinaA spring term course on Sustainable Urbanism ended with a summer trip to China, where students gained an eye-opening look at environmental issues that accompany rapid economic development.
Proposal to Create UNESCO Co-Chairs in Water Access and Sustainability AcceptedProfessors Adrian Parr and Dion Dionysiou will serve as co-chairs to further the development and governance of water resources at UC.
The Mammoth's Lament: UC Research Shows How Cosmic Impact Sparked Devastating Climate ChangeResearch published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences finds evidence of a major cosmic event near the end of the Ice Age. The ensuing climate change forced many species to adapt or die.
Sociology Professors Publish Research on Race-Related Topics
One research paper focuses on population change and residential segregation, the other on racial and ethnic disparities in problem behaviors.