People in the news - Week of Nov. 12, 2021

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Kristin Fox, the Florence B. Sherwood Professor of Physical Sciences, was quoted in ASBMBToday, the member magazine of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. The article focused on the benefits of an annual undergraduate poster competition. Read the article here.

Mark Dallas, associate professor of political science and director of Asian Studies, was a guest on a podcast hosted by the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. On the episode, panelists discussed how the U.S.-China relationship affects global supply chains. Listen to the podcast here.

George Shaw, professor emeritus of geosciences, led a geological field trip to Wolf Hollow for the Mohawk-Hudson Land Conservancy. Attendees included members of the Environmental Clearinghouse of Schenectady, Schenectady County historian, county attorney and county manager. He also recently gave a talk to Glen Eddy residents on a cost-effective approach to carbon capture.

Louisa Matthew, professor of art history, delivered an invited paper at a virtual conference at the Museo del Prado in Madrid on Nov. 8. The conference, “Materials for Painters Markets and Trade Routes in the Modern Age,” was the last of three over three years on the theme of painting techniques, organized by the Prado Museum.

Avi Gajjar '23 co-authored an article for World Neurosurgery. "Urgent Neurosurgical Interventions in the COVID-19 Positive Pediatric Population” is available online here.

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