The project, supported by the W.M. Keck Foundation, presents a new hypothesis about how cells learn to adapt to past experiences.
Roles are being reimagined so students can work in areas more tailored to their interests, and live-in staff will assume more managerial involvement.
GSEHD Dean Michael Feuer spoke about the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in education and GSEHD’s impact on policy.
Christopher J. Wiernicki, M.S. ‘83, has been recognized for his innovations in the design, engineering and operation of ships and offshore structures.
A gift from Kenneth E. Jaconetty will create an endowed need-based scholarship to support law students from diverse backgrounds to pursue studies in intellectual property law.
Future Enrollment Planning Task Force Prioritizes Academics, Diversity and Meeting Students’ Financial Need
The university will move forward with the Future Enrollment Planning Task Force’s new undergraduate class profile target recommendations.
Provost M. Brian Blake highlighted progress on several student and faculty metrics.
The university also will implement a single use plastics policy to reiterate its commitment, President Thomas LeBlanc announced Thursday.
The Nashman Center will be relocated this spring.
Program included student and faculty performances, a documentary narrated by alumna Kerry Washington and messages from distinguished alumni.
The Feb. 11 virtual summit will reflect on 2020 and look at the challenges ahead to innovate and create a sustainable future.
The board heard updates about campus activity and planning, new initiatives and the bicentennial.
Faculty members give time to local government health departments through the Medical Reserve Corps.
Vaccine Ambassador Initiative Helps Ease Fears and Dispel Myths about the COVID-19 Vaccine.
HVAC initiative moves into its second phase, while Milken SPH lab has introduced self-collected testing and “pooling” samples for faster analysis.