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Tuesday

July 23, 2013
3:00 pm

Students in Larissa Williams’ zebrafish lab among first to use innovative technique

James Meyo ’14 and Jenny Chen ’16 are the first U.S. undergraduates to employ an innovative research technique currently used in only three labs in the world.

Students in Larissa Williams’ zebrafish lab among first to use innovative technique

Wednesday

July 10, 2013
1:36 pm

Talk by Lecturer in Spanish David George previewed in European press

Research by David George, lecturer in Spanish, figured prominently in Continental news reports about a seminar in Spain dedicated to…

Talk by Lecturer in Spanish David George previewed in European press

Tuesday

February 19, 2013
1:02 pm

Detwiler ’95 plays key role in confirming new African monkey species

An African monkey known as a lesula was recently confirmed as a new species by Kate Detwiler ’95 and her fellow primate researchers.

Detwiler ’95 plays key role in confirming new African monkey species

Tuesday

February 5, 2013
12:00 pm

Figuring out Erica Rand, the scholar

Red Nails, Black Skates is a crash course in Erica Rand’s areas of cultural criticism, through the lens of figure skating.

Figuring out Erica Rand, the scholar

Monday

January 28, 2013
12:00 pm

Shifts in student routines may explain 2009′s H1N1 surge, Bates researchers find

The findings suggest that the patterns of student movement across a campus like Bates is not as “well-blended” as thought.

Shifts in student routines may explain 2009′s H1N1 surge, Bates researchers find

Thursday

January 17, 2013
1:07 pm

Sun Journal profiles bio professor Williams and her zeal for zebrafish

Examining zebrafish can tell us something about us, says Assistant Professor of Biology Larissa Williams.

Sun Journal profiles bio professor Williams and her zeal for zebrafish

Thursday

December 6, 2012
9:35 am

Public radio interviews Kane about her book ‘The Gender Trap’

Customs like pink for girls and blue for boys are not necessarily benign choices, says Bates sociologist Emily Kane.

Public radio interviews Kane about her book ‘The Gender Trap’

Wednesday

October 17, 2012
8:29 am

Bates announces new tenure-track faculty teaching in autumn 2012

Six new tenure-track members of the faculty began teaching at Bates in autumn 2012, representing dance, economics, German, neuroscience and psychology, religious studies, and classical and medieval studies.

Bates announces new tenure-track faculty teaching in autumn 2012

Wednesday

September 5, 2012
8:39 am

Party platforms reflect ideological battles, says political scientist Engel

Changes in party platforms over time can reflect the winners and losers among the party factions.

Party platforms reflect ideological battles, says political scientist Engel

Thursday

July 26, 2012
1:41 pm

Slate turns to anthropologist Danforth for firewalking explanation

The reason firewalkers don’t get burned lies in Loring Danforth’s research.

Slate turns to anthropologist Danforth for firewalking explanation