College Spotlight - May 2016
With 24 departments in our college, there are always big things happening. Take a look at some of the highlights for May 2016:
Division of Biology
For her Ph.D. project at Nome, Alaska, Dr. Kwon marked Western Sandpipers with geolocator tags to track the annual movements of small-bodied migratory birds. Read more.
The Chemistry Department welcomes 11 students to its 2016 NSF-REU Program. Read more.
English faculty and graduate student alumni presented their research at the 43rd Annual Children's Literature Association Conference. Read more.
Doctoral candidate Gabriel Granco was one of only 8 graduate students from the Americas to receive the James J. Parsons PhD field study award. Read more.
Journalism & Mass Communications
World Media Economics and Management Conference participation, journal publication and a faculty named Humanities Scholar. Read more.
Music, Theatre, and Dance
Craig Weston's composition Perpetual Mobile was performed by the Athens Saxophone Quartet at the "Wind Orchestras in Cyprus and Greece: Reality and Prospects" conference. Read more.
Physics names outstanding graduate student awardees. Read more.
The Political Science hosted a conference on Middle East politics and benefited from General Richard Myers co-teaching a course on American Foreign Policy. Read more.
Audrey Chang received an Undergraduate Research Award for her work on Kansas tornado touchdowns. Read more.