Yelena Biberman-Ocakli, associate professor of political science, was selected to serve as a fellow at West Point’s Modern War Institute for having demonstrated both quality work and a deep commitment to advancing understanding of issues related to modern war.
Jason Breves, associate professor of biology, Ryan Springer-Miller ’17, Damaris Chenoweth ’17, Amanda Paskavitz ’17, Annaliese Chang ’19 and collaborators at the University of Gothenburg and the U.S. Geological Survey co-authored an article, “Cortisol regulates insulin-like growth-factor binding protein (igfbp) gene expression in Atlantic salmon parr,” in the journal Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology.
A blog by Gwen D’Arcangelis, associate professor of gender studies, was republished. “Problematizing Institutions of U.S. National Security: From White Scientific Masculinity to Biodefense” appears in the International Feminist Journal of Politics.
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