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Lincoln Mondy

'Black Lives/Black Lungs' Matter

May 10, 2016
When political science major Lincoln Mondy learned of the tobacco industry’s decades-old strategy to target African American communities, he took action—and took up a camera.
Michael Mann

Humans Ignite Wildfire Forecasts

May 10, 2016
A new study by Geography’s Michael Mann found that human activity is as big a factor in driving deadly wildfires as climate change. His findings could predict where and when the next blaze will strike.
Cindy Dowd, Shelley Brundage and Denver Brunsman.

Pay it Forward: Faculty Mentors Share Research Expertise

May 10, 2016
Cindy Dowd, Denver Brunsman and Shelley Brundage won the inaugural Dean’s Research Excellence Award for Mentoring (DREAM), recognizing faculty leaders who mentor junior colleagues.