receives 2004 University Scholar/Teacher of the Year Award
Can David Hempton ever get enough information about the history of Methodism?
That depends on the definition of “enough.”
prof peers into the brain’s visual cortex
It’s sort of like looking down a hall of mirrors: trying to see
how the brain sees while it’s, well, seeing. That’s what
Eric Schwartz, a CAS professor in the department of cognitive and neural
systems, is doing, harnessing the power of functional magnetic resonance
imaging (fMRI) to watch the visual cortex in action.
dean to demand intellectual rigor
As a combat fighter pilot during the Vietnam War, John Schulz faced a
tough choice. He had flown 275 combat missions, loved flying fighters,
and had the stuff for a successful military career, but he also dreamed
of being a foreign correspondent.
but not out: saga of 1968–69 world-champ Celtics hooks CGS
When it comes to deciding what team can lay claim to the most definitive domination
of a professional sports league ever, fugeddaboudit. No, the Harlem Globetrotters
a clear day, you can see the Citgo sign. Photo by Kalman Zabarsky
dangling by a thread, Photo by Pete Wishnok