Some fear the effects of the pandemic could have lasting impacts on everything from homeownership to wealth accumulation for women. They could even affect the kinds of people who end up in boardrooms and the scientific discoveries that are made in years to come.
The new species, mouse- to cat-sized ancestors of today's hoofed animals like cattle and deer, offer scientists a new window into what the American West looked like just after the extinction of the dinosaurs.
In the latest podcast episode of Buff Innovator Insights, evolutionary biologist Noah Fierer delves into how soil and microbe research can help us understand and improve the health of our environment and ourselves.
Geography professor Jennifer Fluri discusses what has changed for women in Afghanistan in the past 20 years and what’s at stake for women's education, as well as women's roles in politics, public life and the economy in light of current events.
There was a special sense of excitement as students moved into campus residence halls this week––with many family members and numerous volunteers rolling up their sleeves in the tradition of move-in, eager to contribute to a robust campus experience for our Buffs.