Sean Aday (Media & Public Affairs) received a $130,000 grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for a study on cyber security.
Paul Barrett (Physics) was awarded a $19,768 grant from NASA-Goddard to study cataclysmic variables and the possibility of gamma-ray emitters.
Masha Belenky (French) authored the book Engine of Modernity: The Omnibus and Urban Culture in Nineteenth-Century Paris (Manchester University Press, 2019).
Jonathan Chaves (East Asian Languages and Literatures) contributed to Where the Truth Lies: The Art of Qiu Ying (Prestel, 2020), the first Western-language publication on the 16th century Chinese artist Qiu Ying.
Ethan Porter (Media & Public Affairs) was awarded a $50,000 grant from the Social Science Research Council for a project on identifying best practices to prevent misinformation on Facebook.
Kym Rice (Arts & Design) was awarded a $20,000 grant from The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation for the exhibition “6.13.89: Canceling of the Mapplethorpe.”
Gabriela Rosenblau (Psychological & Brain Sciences) was awarded a $1.6 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for modeling social and non-social learning in autism.
Elizabeth Tapanes (Anthropology) received a $15,000 grant from the Leakey Foundation to study hair evolution.
Doctoral candidate Kristen Tuosto (Anthropology) contributed to the Science Magazine article “Making science accessible.”
Christopher Warshaw (Political Science) was awarded a $119,745 grant from the Russell Sage Foundation to study inequalities in participation, voting and representation in local governments in the Unites States.