Toward Equity Launch Gets Enthusiastic Reception
“Progress is not a pass for improving,” says Senior Vice President Shontay Delalue.
Twenty-Five Years After Karen Wetterhahn Died, Her Influence Persists
The chemistry professor left legacies in the scientific method, lab safety, and encouraging women in science. And former President James Wright says, “She would have been an exceptional university president.”
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4,000 Years Ago, Chinese Advances Were Fueled By Mass Beer Production
A 2021 study co-authored by Jiajing Wang, assistant professor of anthropology, that found evidence of beer drinking 9,000 years ago in southern China is cited in a story about mass production of beer five millennia later.