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Budding Scientists Share Their Research at Summer Poster Session

A group of students spent the summer engaged in cutting edge research, offering for most of them an important first experience of intense scientific exploration.

August 15, 2022


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The Hill

Gary Yohe, Huffington Foundation Professor of Economics and Environmental Studies, Emeritus, took stock of the U.S. government’s most recent actions to combat climate change in his op-ed appearing in The Hill. “Moving forward from this momentous moment, American scientists need to recommit themselves to communicating the nuances and imperatives of climate risk and climate action based on what we know, what we are striving to know, and how humans, their governments and their businesses might respond. The United States is taking an aggressive step, but there is more to do,” he wrote.

Washington Post

Joseph Siry, professor of architectural history, wrote a piece in the Washington Post about how air conditioning remade politics and the future impact it will have on climate change. “A core dilemma is that as global warming increases, the world will need air conditioning more, but air conditioning is among those technologies that increase global warming,” Siry wrote.

Leading the Charge: 50 Years after Title IX

Four generations of Wesleyan women athletes look back on the advent of federally mandated gender equity in education.

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