Virginia is the Myers Family Professor of Environmental Science and director of the Institute of Arctic Studies at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. He was selected by the U.S. State Department as one of two distinguished scholar-leaders of the Fulbright Arctic Initiative.
How Wearable Devices Could Identify Who Needs More Help Managing Diabetes
Computer science professor Temiloluwa Prioleau is featured in a story about her study that provides the most detailed look yet at how diabetes management can vary by month, day, age, and even how experienced a patient is with the condition.
What the Conventional Narrative Gets Wrong About the Civil Rights Movement
History professor Matthew Delmont reviews the book Before the Movement and says it shows how “scholars have overlooked how extensively ordinary Black people understood and used the law in the century before the modern civil rights movement.”
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