A new service-learning course in Costa Rica gives students an opportunity to engage in research and outreach with a global perspective.
- Mandarin Chinese Could Help Us Understand How Infants Learn EnglishA study, coauthored by Jessica Hay, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology, and Ryan Cannistraci, a PhD student in experimental psychology, looks at how lexical tones can affect an infant’s ability to associate words with objects.
- UGA Printmaking Professor Collaborates with UT Faculty and StudentsAssociate Professor Jon Swindler of the University of Georgia recently spent a week working with UT School of Art printmaking faculty and students as part of a program promoting educational collaboration across Southeastern Conference schools.
- Project Compiling Presidents Polk’s Legacy Nears CompletionIt has been 170 years since James K. Polk served as the 11th president of the United States. His legacy, however, lives on at UT through the James K. Polk Project.
- Nature Prefers Asymmetrical Pollen Grains, Study FindsA study, coauthored by Maxim Lavrentovich, shows that plants favor the production of uneven, asymmetrical patterns on the surface of pollen grains over more symmetrical patterns.
- Lewis’s Mentoring Work in Counseling Psychology LaudedJioni Lewis, assistant professor of psychology, works to be a mentor for her students from undergraduates in her African American psychology course to doctoral students in counseling psychology who seek her out for life and career guidance.
- Awkward Politics: Technologies of Popfeminist Activism
- Afro-Atlantic Flight: Speculative Returns and the Black Fantastic
- Racing Against Racism
- Poseidon’s Curse: British Naval Impressment and Atlantic Origins of the American Revolution
- Regeneration through Empire: French Pronatalists and Colonial Settlement in the Third Republic