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Anne Lacsamana
Lacsamana Publishes Essay in Anthology
Anne E. Lacsamana, assistant professor of women's studies, recently had her essay "Identities, Nation, and Imperialism: Confronting Empire in Filipina American Feminist Thought" published in the anthology Globalization and Third World Women: Exploitation, Coping, and Resistance, co-edited by Ligaya Lindio-McGovern and Isidor Walliman. More ...
Ashleigh Smythe, on board the Robert C. Seamans, with a rare, short-tailed albatross in the background.
Smythe Joins SEA Semester Cruise
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Ashleigh Smythe spent five days in July on board the Robert C. Seamans, the Sea Education Association’s 134-foot research sailing schooner. The ship sailed out of San Francisco Bay, north to Drakes Bay, around the Farallon Islands, and finally docked in Monterey, Calif. More ...
Georges Presents Paper at Australia Conference
Professor of Economics Chris Georges presented a paper, "A Hedonic Approach to Product Innovation in an Agent-Based Macroeconomic Model," at the 15th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance in Sydney, Australia, in July. The paper develops an approach to product innovation suitable for very large scale agent-based macroeconomic modeling. More ...
Ernest Williams
Williams Co-Authors Article in Insect Conservation and Diversity
Ernest Williams, the Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Professor of Biology, recently published a journal article, co-authored with collaborators from Sweet Briar College and Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. The article, "Oyamel fir forest trunks provide thermal advantages for overwintering monarch butterflies in Mexico," appeared in Insect Conservation and Diversity 2:163-175. More ...
Natalia Connelly
Connelly Publishes in Astrophysical Journal
Assistant Professor of Physics Natalia Connelly published an article in the Astrophysical Journal titled "An Evolutionary Paradigm for Dusty Active Galaxies at Low Redshift." With co-authors from the University of Pennsylvania, Cornell and Caltech, Connelly considered a number of mid-infrared spectra of active galaxies obtained with the Spitzer Space Telescope. More ...
Seth Major
Major Publishes in Classical and Quantum Gravity
The paper "Stable Homology as an Indicator of Manifoldlikeness in Causal Set Theory" by Associate Professor of Physics Seth Major and collaborators David Rideout (Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Canada) and Sumati Surya (Raman Research Institute, Bangalore, India) was published Friday, Aug. 14, in the journal Classical and Quantum Gravity. More ...
Anna Oldfield
Oldfield Authors Turkish Language Module at University of Wisconsin
Anna C. Oldfield, Asian Studies Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, has authored a video-based Turkish language learning module for a three-year Department of Education International Research and Studies Program grant. More ...
Maurice Isserman
Minnesota Public Radio Features Isserman on Woodstock
On the eve of the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, Maurice Isserman, the James L. Ferguson Professor of History and Woodstock attendee, was interviewed by Minnesota Public Radio with Woodstock performer Richie Havens and longtime New York disc jockey Pete Fornatale. The Chronicle of Higher Education published Isserman’s essay, “3 Days of Peace and Music, 40 Years of Memory” on the same day, Aug. 10. More ...
Myriam Cotten
Elgren and Cotten Participate in Council on Undergraduate Research Meeting
Professor of Chemistry Tim Elgren and Associate Professor of Chemistry Myriam Cotten participated in a Council on Undergraduate Research annual business meeting from June 18-20, that gathered councilors from diverse academic disciplines at Montana State University in Bozeman. More ...
Satellite Image of Larsen B Ice Shelf Collapse.
Collapse of Antarctic Ice Shelf Unprecedented

The Antarctic Peninsula is undergoing greater warming than almost anywhere on Earth, a condition perhaps associated with human-induced greenhouse effects. According to the cover article published in the August 4 issue of the journal Nature, the spectacular collapse of Antarctica's Larsen B Ice Shelf, an area roughly the size of Rhode Island, is unprecedented during the past 10,000 years. Eugene Domack, professor of geosciences at Hamilton College and the author of the paper, has been the lead scientist of a multi-institutional, international effort that combines a variety of disciplines in examining the response of the Antarctic Peninsula to modern warming. Domack says, "Our work contributes to the understanding of these changes -- where they are occurring first and with greatest magnitude and impact upon the environment."  More ...

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