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Oct
27

Dr. Amanda Huron’s book, Carving Out the Commons Tenant Organizing and Housing Cooperatives in Washington, D.C., referenced

Dr. Amanda Huron’s book, Carving Out the Commons Tenant Organizing and Housing Cooperatives in Washington, D.C., was referenced this past Sunday (October 18th) in an article in the New York Times Magazine by Harvard sociologist Matthew Desmond, who won the Pulitzer Prize for his 2016 book Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City. To read the… Dr. Amanda Huron’s book, Carving Out the Commons Tenant Organizing and Housing Cooperatives in Washington, D.C., referenced
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Oct
22

Book Release Celebration & Lecture | Dr. Angelyn Spaulding Flowers & Professor Cotina Lane Pixley | Friday, Oct 23 @ 5:30 PM

Book Release Celebration & Lecture | Dr. Angelyn Spaulding Flowers & Professor Cotina Lane Pixley | Friday, Oct 23 @ 5:30 PM Please join the College of Arts and Sciences faculty and staff for a virtual book release celebration and lecture with co-authors Professor Angelyn Spaulding Flowers and Professor Cotina Lane Pixley, Crime, Justice, and… Book Release Celebration & Lecture | Dr. Angelyn Spaulding Flowers & Professor Cotina Lane Pixley | Friday, Oct 23 @ 5:30 PM
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Oct
14

Congratulations! Chemistry Professors Xueqing Song, William Li and George Eng

Congratulations! Chemistry Professors Xueqing Song, William Li and George Eng published their work on Journal of Coordination Chemistry https://doi.org/10.1080/00958972.2020.1796986

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Oct
14

Chemistry program at UDC is recertified by the American Chemical Society!

Chemistry program at UDC is recertified by the American Chemical Society! ACS promotes excellence in chemistry education for undergraduate students through approval of baccalaureate chemistry programs. ACS-approved programs offer a broad-based and rigorous chemistry education that gives students intellectual, experimental, and communication skills to become effective scientific professionals. Chemistry Program at UDC has offered ACS… Chemistry program at UDC is recertified by the American Chemical Society!

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Oct
14

First Chemistry Speaker Series For AY 202-2021

Dr. Benika C. Dixon is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Texas A&M University School of Public Health. In her current position, she oversees logistics for COVID-19 testing and surveillance for the Texas A&M University System and conducts COVID-19 related research. She is the lead for an NSF funded COVID-19 Working Group for Public Health… First Chemistry Speaker Series For AY 202-2021

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Oct
14

Project Seed at UDC

Project Seed at UDC Project SEED is a summer research program for economically disadvantaged high school students. It was started and continues to be run by the American Chemical Society and is held at academic and industrial labs throughout the United States. The program allows high school juniors and seniors to perform research in a… Project Seed at UDC

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Oct
14

Chemistry and Biology faculty submitted DoD HBCU/MI proposal

Chemistry and Biology faculty submitted DoD HBCU/MI proposal This proposal, titled “Acquisition of LC-MS/MS to Accelerate Multidisciplinary Research, Education and Training Capabilities at UDC”,  is for capacity building (instrument- Liquid Chromatography with tandem mass spectrometry: LC-MS/MS) at UDC to accelerate multidisciplinary research, education & training capabilities based on collaboration among faculty members of SEAS, CAUSES… Chemistry and Biology faculty submitted DoD HBCU/MI proposal

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Oct
14

DSAM Welcomes New Faculty

DSAM Welcomes New Faculty The Division of Sciences and Mathematics is celebrating the arrival of four new faculty—Dr. Ozlem Dilek (Chemistry), Dr. Alexandra Taraboletti (Chemistry), Dr. Uche Udeochu (Chemistry), and Dr. Dorshka Wiley (Mathematics). These new members of our DSAM family, with research and pedagogical excellence in Mathematics and multiple chemistry disciplines, bring new energy… DSAM Welcomes New Faculty

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Oct
06

Dr. Amanda Huron, Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, interviewed on WAMU on current state of tenant organizing in D.C.

Dr. Amanda Huron, Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, interviewed on WAMU on current state of tenant organizing in D.C. Read more https://wamu.org/story/20/09/29/cancel-rent-strike-tenant-protest-dc-pandemic/ (Click here to download article.) An accompanying piece that appeared in DCist is here: https://dcist.com/story/20/09/29/cancel-rent-strike-tenant-protest-dc-pandemic/
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Sep
29

Dr. Amanda Huron awarded grant from Humanities Council of Washington, DC (HumanitiesDC)

Dr. Amanda Huron, Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences awarded grant from Humanities Council of Washington, DC (HumanitiesDC) for project Black Land Loss in Washington: Memories of the Past, Hopes for the Future. Professor Huron received a grant for $30,000 that will fund the project Black Land Loss in Washington: Memories of the Past, Hopes for the Future. The… Dr. Amanda Huron awarded grant from Humanities Council of Washington, DC (HumanitiesDC)

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