2014 Archived News
MFA playwright Jenny Weiner, GSAS '14, was selected to have her play Jason & Julia produced at the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival this summer.
Award winning creative workbook helps kids transition to new homes with ease
International Political Economy and Development Students Visit South Africa
Biologist Jason Munshi-South, Ph.D., has been studying rodents native to New York city for years, but he had long managed to resist researching rats.
IDHA Graduates Urged to be Instruments of Peace
Louie Valencia, Ph.D. Candidate in History has been in Spain for the last 2 weeks doing research. New protests broke out calling for a referendum to end the Spanish Monarchy, as a result of the King's abdication.
Read about Louie's analysis of the events in his blog.
As a result of Louie's blog entries, Al-Jazeera America's TV program, "The Stream", a political program targeted toward young people that airs worldwide, has contacted him for an interview on the youth movement that has popped up in Spain this week regarding a referendum and the role of young people in this.
Stephen R. Grimm, Ph.D., an associate professor of philosophy who last year received a $3.56 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation, has received $640,000 in supplemental funds from the foundation, raising his overall award to $4.2 million.
Costas Panagopoulos, Director of Elections and Campaign Management, is one of the winners of the Society for Political Methodology's 2014 Miller Prize for the best article titled "Reasoning about Interference Between Units: A General Framework” published in the Political Analysis.