A professor of environmental and occupational health produced a film exploring the environmental and social effects of a hydroelectric dam in the Amazon.
The Student Bar Association approved changes to its bylaws and provided funding to some student organizations in its final meeting this semester.
A health equity-focused fellowship program received a $10.1 million grant to extend its research and academic operations through 2027.
Criminal justice reform advocates discussed mass incarceration and prison reform in the United States at Lisner Auditorium Tuesday.
Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power discussed her new memoir on her career in government at Betts Theater Thursday.
A SEAS professor received $300,000 to develop a 4D tissue printing technology that can be used in heart transplants.
Two faculty members received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities to further research in their fields through the use of technology.
International and domestic kidney care experts will gather in Jack Morton Auditorium from May 21 to 23 to discuss recent innovations in kidney care.
Speakers at the Elliott School of International Affairs’ graduation ceremony told students Friday to volunteer their time and effort toward public service.
Speakers charged graduates to find passion in their work at the Milken Institute School of Public Health commencement celebration Thursday.