As the tanks rolled, fires blazed and attack dogs howled and pulled tight on their restraints, Michael Oloyede, his face and hands covered in dirt and grime, let loose a war cry and raced toward certain death.
On the chaotic front lines of a full-blown riot, he cocked his arm back and aimed a brick… more »
Shanthi V. Sitaraman’s generosity couldn’t be limited by walls, job titles or clocks. As a celebrated physician scientist at Emory University with numerous honors and accolades, her lab discoveries shed important light on the causes of and treatments for inflammatory bowel disease, which causes more than 100,000 hospitalizations each year in the United States. But… more »
From the shores of Hawaii to Alaska and the Greek isles, Pam Longobardi has witnessed the same upsetting scene countless times — huge fishing nets, plastic bottles,more »
Brian Meyer successfully defended his Ph.D. Dissertation titled “Shoreline Dynamics and Environmental Change under the Modern Marine Transgression: St. Catherines Island, Georgia.” Brian’s work is focusing on understanding how the environments of St. Catherines Island and the Georgia coastline are changing under the current conditions of rising sea levels. In addition to contributing to our… more »
Now that his two terms as Department Chair are completed, Dr. Elliott is returning to the faculty to continue his work in research and teaching. Dr. Elliott is currently pursuing several areas of research, including dealing with how clay minerals can adsorb radioactive contaminants, supported by the U.S. Department of Energy.
Dr. Deocampo becomes Chair… more »