Humanities Undergraduate Attends Society for Technical Communication Summit

Professional development opportunities that students can take advantage of while they are in school contribute significantly to student success after . . .

Virtual Semester-End Party

Graduating Seniors: Faculty, staff, students, families, and friends gathered virtually on Thursday, April 30th to celebrate the graduation of 11 . . .

The National Guard is ready to deploy the Mobile Thermal Utility Sanitizer (MTU Sanitizer)
      that Sidona DeBrule and Lindsey Wells worked on alongside other University engineers,
      Credit: Andrew Barnard

Guest Blog: Quick, We Need a Writer!

In her guest blog, Maria Bergstrom, academic advisor and lecturer in Humanities, shares how the call for a writer is . . .

Erika Hersch-Green, evolutionary biologist and assistant professor of biological sciences,
      has received a National Science Foundation CAREER award to investigate how the effects
      of increased nitrogen and phosphorus alter the primary productivity of some plants,
      while reducing the growth of others.

Erika Hersch-Green Wins CAREER Award for Biodiversity Research

Increasing amounts of nitrogen and phosphorus in terrestrial ecosystems lead to decreasing biodiversity, not only among plant species, but in . . .

11th Annual Feminists Reading Feminists

Join us for the 11th annual Feminists Reading Feminists event hosted by the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) and the Humanities . . .