As the world population continues to grow the global food supply may not meet escalating demand according to a new study led by Environmental Studies Professor Paolo D’Odorico.
In his new book, “Why Football Matters: My Education in the Game,” Mark Edmundson reflects on what the game teaches young men, for better or for worse.
“War and Peace,” Russian Literature Scholar Andrew Kaufman suggests, is at once a mirror of our times, an urgent moral compass and a celebration of the deep joy of living.
A new exhibit, curated by Assoc. Professor of South Asian Art Daniel Ehnborn, offers a unique entry into the world of early modern India through an array of colorful paintings.
This summer Russell used a $3,000 Harrison Undergraduate Research Award to travel to Taipei, Taiwan to survey college students’ political views.
Biology majors Elizabeth Luebbert (‘15) and William Evans (‘16), recipients of A&S Research and Travel Grants, caught and released hundreds of wild lizards for their studies of natural selection.
A 105-foot research tower has been built as part of a National Science Foundation ecological observatory that will monitor conditions from the Arctic to the tropics.