High praise for several publications on campus.
If you haven’t been at the U for at least five years, you may not know that we had the privilege to hear from U.S. Rep. John Lewis on campus in 2015.
The latest edition of Continuum is out, with great articles from a feature on medical students visiting remote schools promoting health as a career to how dark skies are an untapped natural resource.
JUMP TO: National emergency alert tests Potter Street closure and archaeological dig Free OSHA trainings and certifications Fall issue of Continuum magazine Metallurgical engineer awarded $440,000 for lithium-ion battery research Laura Kessler receives Fulbright Scholar Fellowship Professional Education offers certificates in legal professions Unauthorized vehicles on sidewalks Global Learning Across the Disciplines Grants Learning Abroad: […]
Students play for a love of the game and so much more.
Check out University Print & Mail Services’ calendar of historic photos from the Marriott Library’s Special Collections — showing what campus looked like in the past compared to now.
Read mindfulness 101, an academic’s “field notes” on her own dementia, law alums and students joining forces to free an innocent man who spent 22 years in prison and more.
The winter edition includes: Genes and addiction, 30 years of student service, why humanities matter, top five dinosaur myths and more.
SUMMER 2016 – LAST DAY OF CLASSES FOR FIRST SESSION Wednesday, June 22, 2016 U BIOLOGIST NAMED PEW SCHOLAR WHAT DALAI LAMA TICKET HOLDERS NEED TO KNOW THE SUMMER 2016 CONTINUUM IS NOW AVAILABLE NATIONAL LAB INNOVATION INCUBATOR
JUMP TO: Statement from President David Pershing and Senior Vice Presidents Vivian Lee and Ruth Watkins on the Orlando tragedy The summer 2016 Continuum is now available National lab innovation incubator Nominate a faculty member for the U’s “Innovate Report” STATEMENT FROM PRESIDENT DAVID PERSHING AND SENIOR VICE PRESIDENTS VIVIAN LEE AND RUTH WATKINS ON […]