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Professors of distinction discuss distinguished careers

Oct. 5, 2017

Newly minted professors of distinction have notable expertise in artists’ personas, natural-language technology, classic poems and climate-change education, and on Sept. 21, they offered a public overview of their work.Read more »
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Newly minted professors of distinction to be celebrated

Sept. 1, 2017

In Sept. 21 event professors of art and art history, classics, geography and linguistics will deliver lectures on their areas of expertise.Read more »
Arapaho

Pushing Boundaries: Saving the Arapaho language from the brink of extinction

Jan. 17, 2017

Professor Andrew Cowell and doctoral student Irina Wagner are part of an effort to save the Arapaho with the Arapaho Language Project. They fear Arapaho will fade away after the fluent elderly speakers are gone.Read more »
the carcass of a dead animal lies next to the limestone quarry that borders the site of a 1970 trichloroethylene spill near Le Roy, Photographs by Donna Goldstein.

‘Hysteria’ theory short on science

Feb. 17, 2016

In 2011, 12 high-school girls in upstate New York began to exhibit strange neurological symptoms: tics, verbal outbursts, seizure-like activity and difficulty speaking. The diagnosis was “conversion disorder.”Read more »