Lauren Onkey hopes to use her experience leading NPR Music to rebuild the Corcoran community after the COVID-19 pandemic
Sara Matthiesen, an assistant professor of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies and history, said government policies have hindered family care support.
Total enrollment at Milken increased by more than 16 percent to nearly 3,000 students in the past two academic years, institutional data show.
Experts said extending the tenure clock will grant more time for faculty struggling with research delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Faculty publicly launched the Climate and Health Institute with a webinar series presenting research on topics like climate change and environmental justice.
At least 10 professors who the University hired last year said they’ve been apprehensive to transition to their first semester on campus.
An engineering professor is programming a satellite that will orbit Mars to find water ice, a key resource for human settlement of Mars.
The Elliott School of International Affairs hosted a discussion on how the COVID-19 pandemic defined the current state of international leadership Wednesday.
Officials said the Continuing Education program could remain closed for more than another year after suspending it in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A law professor found that ankle monitors limit privacy, social relationships, employment opportunities and financial standing.