For the next chapter of her career, with an NSF CAREER grant, Casey Fiesler—who studies technology ethics, internet law and policy, and online communities—will launch a five-year research project on ethical speculation in technology design.
The nation’s largest anti-death penalty organization recently honored Sociology Professor Michael Radelet, on the eve of his retirement, for a lifetime of research examining the true societal costs of capital punishment.
Katherine Stange and Jonathan Wise are among 40 mathematicians nationwide to win this fellowship, which aims to allow scholars to focus on research for the "long periods often necessary for significant advances in their disciplines."
Hear how Sona Dimidjian, director of the Renée Crown Wellness Institute, is using the lessons of her life and early career to lead research, programs and courses to help ensure every young person has the opportunity to thrive, and more.
Hear about Lori Peek's formative years in small-town Kansas, her love for teaching and mentoring and how her research is helping us learn from disasters like Hurricane Katrina and the COVID-19 pandemic. Peek is a professor, faculty associate at the Institute of Behavioral Science and the director of the Natural Hazards Center.
Grief, anger, powerlessness and worry––in a tragic event, all of these emotions are valid and some may feel all of them over time, says Sona Dimidjian, director of the Renée Crown Wellness Institute. Learn more.
Associate Professor Shideh Dashti answered questions on the anniversary of the disaster. Her team researches the influence of extreme events on interacting soil-foundation-structure systems and the resilience of urban infrastructure.
Guidance surrounding technology and end-of-life planning is missing. To close this gap, Assistant Professor Jed Brubaker is embarking on a five-year research project supported by a CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation.