A rescue dog who was adopted from the Humane Society, Train passed away in September at the age of 16 (give or take). Still, his legacy continues. In April, the scientific journal PLoS ONE published the latest results of his labors: a study led by his companion and research collaborator, Karen DeMatteo, senior lecturer in […]
In her new book, “Unexpected Routes: Refugee Writers in Mexico,” Tabea Alexa Linhard follows six refugee writers who escaped from Europe to Mexico.
The Brown School’s Virginia McKay has received National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding to test whether an effort to improve cancer treatment for children in Latin America is sustainable.
Renowned evolutionary biologist Jonathon Losos has spent his storied career studying anole lizards in South America and the Caribbean. The small, primarily tree-dwelling creatures, a relation to the iguana, encompass some 400 species, and nearly half of them live on islands.
In October 2021, Andia Augustin-Billy, MA ’09, PhD ’15, became the first Black faculty member to receive tenure at Centenary College of Louisiana in its 196-year history.
Guillermo Rosas studies the economic consequences of political regimes and the effects of political institutions on political elite behavior, especially in Latin America.
WashU Spanish students collaborated on a joint research project with students from the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Ciudad de México campus.
Having worked in Haiti for more than 30 years, Lora Iannotti has witnessed the country’s dire health problems and specifically, the lack of young child nutrition in resource-poor settings.