Headlines & Highlights
Study of Past Climate Change May Presage Future Drought
Sorting through oxygen isotopes in muddy sediment at the bottom of 10 Pacific Northwest lakes has led a research team--including Mark Abbott, professor and chair of the Department of Geology and Planetary Science--to conclude that droughts in that region match natural regional warming for various periods over the past 2,000 years.
Read Dietrich School Associate Dean's CNN Opinion Piece, "Why Do Racists and Anti-Semites Kill?"
Associate Dean Kathleen Blee is a Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research at the Dietrich School. She has published extensively on why people join racist groups, including the book "Inside Organized Racism."
GSK Discovery Partnership Seminar, April 21
Dietrich School faculty members are invited to attend the GlaxoSmithKline Discovery Partnership with Academia Seminar. GSK is looking for academic partners that have a specific and testable hypothesis that would deliver therapeutic benefit to patients; work in any disease area using any treatment modality; or, have projects in early screening to late lead optimization.
Studio Arts Exhibit: Conversations with the Artists, April 16 at Noon
The Department of Studio Arts presents Conversations with Artists in conjunction with the Studio Arts Student Exhibition, featuring: Julia Betts, Trevor Bublitz, Mandy Chesney, Emily Golden, Megan Kopke, and Kristi Werkheiser. Wednesday, April 16th at noon, lunch/reception to follow, University Art Gallery.