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The campus may be under restricted operations during the coronavirus pandemic, but the sea anemones in Professor Marc Servetnick’s research project still need to be fed. Caring for them is permitted during the restrictions.
Making the most of her time, Mariah Crystal (Master of Arts in Policy Studies ’10) was able to conduct much of her Fulbright research in Namibia before she was told to return home because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Assistant Professor Neil Simpkins explores how disabled students experience college writing and the rhetorical tactics they use to navigate higher education.
Melanie Malone researches contaminants in urban community gardens, which is an important consideration as more people turn to gardening for vegetables during the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 has sparked an explosion of requests for help on GoFundMe.com. But crowdfunding is an imperfect tool against a pandemic, writes Associate Professor Nora Kenworthy in the Washington Post.