This week's news from faculty and students.
Nicole Theodosiou, associate professor of biology, and John Rieffel, associate professor of computer science, attended a workshop at the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems in Dresden, Germany. The workshop was titled “Image-Based Simulations of Morphogenesis.” Theodosiou delivered a talk, “3D Morphogenic Analysis Reveals Mechanical Forces During Formation of the Spiral Intestine in Leucoraja Erinacea.”
A paper co-authored by Theodosiou and Emmanuela Oppong ’19 was accepted for publication in Developmental Dynamics. The paper is titled “Morphology of the Developing Spinal Intestine.”
Megan Ferry, professor of Chinese, presented a paper at the Association for Asian Studies Conference. Her piece was titled, “Justice Interrupted: #MeToo, Silenced Women, and Pragmatic Discourse in China.”
Timothy Stablein, assistant professor of sociology, and Elyse Clark ’19 co-authored an article in Sociology Compass. “The Heterogeneity of Street Life and Homelessness in Contemporary Adolescent Research" explores similarities and differences among street youth around the globe. The article can be accessed here.
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