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Tim Atherton

Tim Atherton, Associate Professor of Physics, is co-lead author of a new study which finds that overall climate and exclusionary behaviors are the biggest factors for LGBT+ scientists leaving physics, with women and trans people most likely to experience harassment.

Winfred Rembert, detail from “All Me,” 2002. Artwork © 2021 Estate of Winfred Rembert / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Philosophy professor Erin Kelly helped bring the late artist Winfred Rembert’s story to the page—a tale of loss, hardship, and resilience. On May 9, "Chasing Me to My Grave" won the 2022 Pulitzer Prize for Biography.

Five graduating students talk about their twice-weekly practices, forming new friendships, and, of course, getting lots of encouragement from Coach Don Megerle

Detail from the cover of “States of Belonging.”

State immigrant policies matter and creating a sense of belonging for all residents builds stronger feelings of inclusion, as seen by a new study of Arizona and New Mexico from Professor of Political Science Deborah Schildkraut.

Victory Day parade in St. Petersburg, Russia in 2017

Understanding how deeply embedded war is in Russia’s view of itself may help us understand the invasion of Ukraine, says Greg Carleton, a professor of Russian studies and author of “Russia: The Story of War.”

Nikki Silva, Self-Portrait, 2022, digital photograph of a scan of Kodak Portra 400 120 film negative

IRL once again, the 2022 MFA Thesis Exhibitions feature work from 25 graduating students.

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