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Distinguished biologist advocates graduate-school reforms

Min Han talks about being named a Distinguished Professor, what qualities mark the best scientists, and the benefit of flexible thinking and nimble work. Read more
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NASA, NOAA, others are nation's ‘crown jewels,’ scientist says

Mark Serreze talks about being named a Distinguished Professor, how he got interested in the cryosphere, and why you should care about snow and ice. Read more
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‘Classics helps us understand who and why we are’

Carole Newlands talks about being named a Distinguished Professor, why to study classics and how Ovid matters today. Read more
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Student success is our duty, mission and calling

To students, new and returning, I want to reiterate a key fact: We are glad you are here. Also, I want to emphasize an underlying truth: We want you to succeed. Read more
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If your sleep is out of whack, so are you

If you are a person who is proud of burning the candle at both ends—say, a college student—and surviving on less than optimal sleep, here’s a message you might not want to hear: You can’t fool Mother Nature. Read more
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Queen Alexandra’s sulphur an ultraviolet marvel

Butterfly species is fascinating when it comes to color variation. Read more
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If your sleep is out of whack, so are you

If you are a person who is proud of burning the candle at both ends—say, a college student—and surviving on less than optimal sleep, here’s a message you might not want to hear: You can’t fool Mother Nature.
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Learning about social justice from the inside out
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Research asks: Do voters hold elected officials accountable?