Achievements

Douglas S. Martin Associate Professor of Physics

  • Papers published

    Tuesday, March 1, 2016
    Type: Papers published

    Douglas Martin co-authored a paper entitled 'Alp7/TACC-Alp14/TOG generates long-lived, fast-growing MTs by an unconventional mechanism' which was published in Nature Scientific Reports on February 11, 2016. This paper describes how a structure involved in cell division (the microtubule) is regulated using an enzyme (Alp7/Alp14). It is the result of a collaboration between a physicist (Martin) and cell biologists to develop physical models to describe experimental, cell biological, data.

Gustavo C. Fares Professor of Spanish

  • Articles published

    Wednesday, March 18, 2015
    Type: Articles published

    "El lenguaje y las expresiones de la identidad." In Raggio, Marcela y Guillermina Perera de Saravia​. La construccion de identidades en el mundo anglofono contemporaneo. Mendoza: Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, 2014. 59-78.

  • Presentations

    Saturday, January 16, 2016
    Type: Presentations

    Presentation of “Promise and Peril (1980-2000) -NEH Series LatinoAmericans Episode VI. Appleton Public Library. Appleton, WI. January 13, 2016.

Robert F. Williams Associate Dean of the Faculty and Associate Professor of Education

  • Presentations

    Wednesday, January 20, 2016
    Type: Presentations

    Education in a changing world / Situated cognition and the culture of learning / Educating for creativity. Three workshops at the Mielke Summer Institute, Björklunden vid Sjön, 21-16 June 2015.

Peter Neal Peregrine Professor of Anthropology

  • Climate Related Hazards, Disasters, and Cultural Transformations

    Tuesday, July 1, 2014
    Type: Grants received
    Location: National Science Foundation, Interdisciplinary Behavioral and Social Sciences, $999,469
    Participants: Co-PIs: Carol Ember (Yale), Benjamin Felzer (Lehigh), Michele Gelfand (Maryland), Eric Jones (North Carolina)

    The proposed research examines societies across time and space that live (or have lived) in regions with frequent but unpredictable natural disasters in order to identify social, economic, and political strategies of resilience that might be applied to contemporary societies.

Carol L. Lawton Ottilia Buerger Professor of Classical Studies and Professor of Art History

  • Articles published

    Monday, October 19, 2015
    Type: Articles published

    "Asklepios and Hygieia in the City Eleusinion," in M. Miles (ed.), Autopsy in Athens: Recent Research on Athens and Attica, Oxford 2015, pp. 25-36.

Terry L. Gottfried Professor of Psychology

Catherine C. Kautsky Professor of Music and Chair of Keyboard

Meeting Minutes

The minutes from faculty meetings through 2011-2012 are located here. Please note that you'll have to login to view these documents.  To see the minutes of meetings from September 2012 to the present, click on "Resources for Faculty" in the menu to the left; scroll down to "Faculty Meeting Minutes."

2012 and 2014 National College Health Assessment surveys

In April, Scott Radtke, associate dean of students for health and wellness, presented results of the 2012 and 2014 National College Health Assessment surveys. You can view the presentation here: NCHA2014_2.pdf

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