Faculty News

Faculty in the news

Aurelian Craiutu, Professor of Political Science, commented on the contemporary relevance of his book in an essay published in the Daily Beast.

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Rebecca Spang, Professor of History, was interviewed by the Majority Report's Sam Seder about money, revolutions, civil wars, and the gold standard

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Rebecca Spang, Professor of History, was this week’s featured guest on Bloomberg’s “Odd Lots” podcast.

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Ellen Wu, Associate Professor of History, was interviewed for a Public Radio International OTHERHOOD podcast episode called “How Indian Americans Make Trump Look Good.” The OTHERHOOD series focuses on “the people who came to the United States as children or are the children of immigrants.”

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Michael McGerr, Paul V. McNutt Professor of History, was quoted in the New York Times article “Losing a Fortune Often Comes Down to One Thing: Family,” February 19, 2017.

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Grants

From the Takeda Development Center Americas, Inc. to William Hetrick, in Psychological and Brain Sciences, for Eye-Blink Conditioning in Schizophrenia Patients.


From the National Institute on Drug Abuse to Ken Mackie, in Psychological and Brain Sciences, for Does GPR119 mediate the beneficial metabolic effects of THC?


From the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to Liese Van Zee, in Astronomy, for An Extension of the EDGES Survey: Stellar Populations in Dark Matter Halos.