Congratulations, Dr. Maria Doulatova!
Congratulations to senior Max Klapow on the acceptance of his submission to CAIR Conference on Inequality and Social Justice
Congratulations, Dr. Cameron Evans!
Eng wins Early Career Achievement Award from the Association for Asian American Studies
The award recognizes a junior scholar who has made valuable contributions to the field of Asian American and Pacific Islander studies early in their career.
Ramos’ 'Bedlam in the New World' wins best book award
"Bedlam in the New World: A Mexican Madhouse in the Age of Enlightenment" has won a best book award and an honorable mention.
Esther Kurtz awarded BECHS-Africa Fellowship
Penczykowski, Medley share seed grant to precisely measure St. Louis climate
Taylor Geospatial Institute grant will support project to measure neighborhood-by-neighborhood variations in St. Louis-area climate.
Volcanoes on Venus … Wow! New map here
Nine members of the Classics department participate in CAMWS Annual Meeting
This is your brain on everyday life
A new study by Zachariah Reagh offers fresh insights into how the brain goes to great lengths to processes and remember everyday events.
Graham Renz defends "Painless Hylomorphism"
Congratulations, Dr. Renz!
Garland E. Allen III (1936–2023): Leading historian of biology and social justice activist
Garland (“Gar”) E. Allen III, a leader in the history of genetics and eugenics, died on 10 February at age 86. Gar was at heart an activist, pushing for social justice and promoting inclusion before the concept gained its current urgency. He loved intellectual give-and-take and took pride in the lively philosophical debate generated by the books he authored. A supportive mentor, Gar devoted himself to making vulnerable students feel comfortable in university life.
Augmented reality allows students to practice Italian in a virtual classroom
A saloon in the American Old West became a virtual environment for Iva Youkilis’ students to discuss, debate, and practice vocabulary about games — all in Italian.
NASA’s Uranus Mission Is Running Out of Time
Bill McKinnon talks to Scientific American about NASA mission to Uranus
Q & A: David Schuman, Director of The Writing Program
In light of his recent promotion, the Duncker Digest staff wanted to dig-in with David Schuman, Director of The Writing Program, and learn a little more about him, his teaching philosophy, and the creative process itself. Despite Hurst Visits, dissertations, and a generally busy spring semester, Dave was kind enough to get back to us right away!