Justin J. Pearson gained national prominence last year when he was expelled, in an extraordinary moment for American history, from the Republican-led Tennessee House of Representatives for protesting gun violence. He visited campus February 3 to present the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Lecture.
In the fourteen years that Gloria Arellano De La Rosa was separated from her family, her second-oldest son, Bill, graduated from high school and from Bowdoin, earned two Oxford University master's degrees, and is close to finishing his doctorate from Oxford and obtaining a law degree from Yale.
William R. Kenan Professor of Earth and Oceanographic Science Collin Roesler talks to the academic journal Science about NASA’s recently launched PACE satellite, which will provide valuable information about the changing ecosystem of the world’s oceans.
The relocation of the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum to its new digs in the John and Lile Center for Arctic Studies created a void in the space in Hubbard Hall that it had occupied since 1967. Enter the newly outfitted Hubbard Hall Reading Room.
Abhilasha Kumar leads NSF-funded project to learn more about human memory, specifically how our mental search processes work. She hopes the findings will assist clinicians working to help those with cognitive impairment.
In a closed hearing, a Moscow judge ruled that the Wall Street Journal reporter is to spend at least another two months in prison as he awaits a trial date. Gershkovich faces unsubstantiated charges of espionage.