Science and Technology

“Stop AAPI Hate” – A Plea from a Community in Grief
A faculty member shares how violence against Asian American and Pacific Islanders has impacted her as a Vietnamese-American, and actionable steps that we can all take to stand in solidarity.
How Do Our Perceptions of Animals Determine How We Write About Them?
Enhancing our understanding of animals at the intersection of multiple disciplines.
How Can Textiles Be Applied to Develop Novel Building Envelopes?
Bridging technology, textile design and architecture.
Why Wearing a Mask Can Be Controversial
Researchers investigate the social drivers of mask wearing during COVID-19.
How Can We Improve Mental Health Care for Children and Families?
Combating stigma and fostering promotion and treatment for mental wellness
All-Encompassing Degree Program Highlights University’s Cannabis Expertise
Dr. Brooke Worster talks about new offerings which bring cross-disciplinary experts, students and professionals together in an evolving field.
Mind Over Matter
One stroke patient's journey to help researchers understand if brain implants connected to a robotic arm brace can help him … and eventually other survivors … restore movement.
Patients Get Essential Telehealth Support Through Student-Driven Program
Researchers team up with students on “Digital Onboarding Taskforce” to help patients get comfortable using technology for remote medical care.
To Sleep or Not to Sleep?
Neuroscience researchers study how fruit flies decide between sleep and other behaviors, like mating, and the factors that influence that decision.
A Margin of Error
College of Nursing assistant professor Karen Alexander, PhD, RN, talks candidly and bravely about her unconscious bias that crept into the care she had once provided as a nurse.
How Can Researchers Contribute to Designing Cities That Will Be Efficient, Healthy and Resilient?
Designing the future of sustainable architecture today.