The annual flu clinic for all students will be held Thursday, Nov. 3, noon-4 p.m in Old Chapel. The cost for the vaccine is $25, cash or check only.Read More
Photographs by Martin Benjamin, professor of visual arts, are featured in the exhibit, “Cuba,” at the Chapel + Cultural Center at Rensselaer, in Troy, N.Y., through Nov. 20. A reception is set for Wednesday, Nov. 9, 6-8 p.m.Read More
Michael F. Vineyard, professor of physics and astronomy, presented an invited paper, “Measurements of the Neutron Magnetic Form Factor with CLAS,” at the International Workshop on Nucleon Form Factors at the Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, Italy, in mid-October.
The workshop brought together scientists from around the world who are working at the forefront of nucleon structure to discuss recent data and their theoretical interpretation.Read More
John Garver, professor of geology, and B.D. Locke have published a Geological Society of America special paper that details the geologic evolution of the faults and basin strata in the petroleum-rich province in eastern Venezuela.Read More
Robert Hislope, associate professor of political science, has a book review in the summer issue of The Review of Politics. “The Rational Ethnic Voter” reviews Kanchan Chandra's Why Ethnic Parties Succeed: Patronage and Ethnic Head Counts in India (Cambridge University Press, 2004).Read More