by Celina De León | Posted on November 27, 2012
Students in a new class led by Professor Aurora Camacho de Schmidt explore the complexities of Mexican immigration and are involved with local immigrant communities through service internships in area non-profits.
by Lorand Laskai '13 | Posted on November 20, 2012
Wang wants his students to "see how powerful statistics is," he says. "It can be useful in almost any subject. Anyone can benefit from being statistically literate."
by Celina De León | Posted on November 15, 2012
"It's an honor to be a member of one of just seven DARPA Robotics Challenge teams funded nationwide to develop both hardware and software for this endeavor," says Assistant Professor of Engineering Matt Zucker, here with Keliang He '13.
by Zach Epstein | Posted on November 8, 2012
Hopkins' discussion of this "refined" and "elegant" musical style offers a preview of a performance by acclaimed Carnatic music artist S. Sowmya and others that will take place on campus this afternoon.
by Erin Kelly | Posted on November 2, 2012
Panelists, including anthropologist Farha Ghannam, will discuss Jonathan Haidt's The Righteous Mind in the second of four events this academic year that will culminate in a campus talk by the author in April 2013.
by Celina De León | Posted on October 25, 2012
"We are deeply grateful for this award by The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations and are excited by the support of our work going forward," says President Rebecca Chopp.
by Maroof Haque '15 | Posted on October 24, 2012
Li, whose essay "Speaking of Stars" won a $25,000 prize, presented his work this month as part of the New Frontiers in Astronomy & Cosmology Conference.
by Lorand Laskai '13 | Posted on October 15, 2012
Kogekar's award from the American Society for Microbiology will allow her to continue her research on the degrading properties of bacteria.
Political Scientist Dominic Tierney on if the U.S. Should Help Iran Save Face on Its Nuclear Program
Posted on October 11, 2012
"Washington and Tehran both need a victory speech to show that the crisis ended in an honorable way," Tierney says.
by Erin Kelly | Posted on October 8, 2012
The discussion series, co-hosted by Professors Barry Schwartz (left) and Rich Schuldenfrei, will explore the questions posed in Jonathan Haidt's The Righteous Mind.
by Celina De León | Posted on October 3, 2012
Organized by biologist Amy Cheng Vollmer, this new monthly lecture series is intended for individuals with no formal science background.
by Elizabeth Vogdes | Posted on October 3, 2012
Swarthmore's "music ensemble-in-residence" is known for celebrating anniversaries of the composers whose music they play. But this year, Orchestra 2001 is commemorating another milestone birthday: their own.
by Celina De León | Posted on October 2, 2012
Although relieved the ID requirement was halted for this year's election, Reeves calls the law, which could still be enacted at a future date, "the modern equivalent of a poll tax."
Posted on September 26, 2012
First observed as an urban phenomenon in cities that surround the Great Lakes, Dinkin's research suggests the area's diverging dialects now extend to smaller communities as well.
by Erin Kelly | Posted on September 19, 2012
Lakhia, a pioneer in Indian contemporary dance movements and this year's Cornell Visiting Professor, will chart the contemporization of classical dance traditions in a lecture on Sept. 20.