When Noelle Elliott experienced postpartum depression following the birth of her second child, she initially hesitated to share her struggle, feeling it would somehow make her a less-than-perfect mom.
But one evening, over dinner with several girlfriends, she finally opened up and shared what she was going through. And she listened to what her friends had to say.…
Historians Katie Jarvis and Emily Remus were among 81 fellows named from more than 1,100 applicants in the 2019 award cycle. And Sarah McKibben, an associate professor of Irish language and literature, was one of 78 to receive a 2018 fellowship. ACLS awardees are selected for excellence in the humanities and humanistic social sciences, and the fellowships support six to 12 months of full-time research and writing.
Congratulations to Brooke Littman and Lia Rocchino.
2019 recipient of Philip L. Quinn Gender Studies Essay Award
Brook Littman (Major: Film, Television, and Theatre, Supplementary Major: Pre-Health Studies)
“Harold, They’re Lesbians”; A Semiotic and Queer Analysis of A Letter to Three Wives
Written for Critical Approaches to Screen Cultures/Professor Pam Wojcik…
Congratulations to our Graduate Minors: Trish Bredar, Catherine Brix, Colleen Mitchell
Teaching Award Winner
Lauren Trichtinger, Psychology
Teaching Award Honorable Mention
Trish Bredar, English
Niraja Suresh, Biology
Instructor Award Winner
Catherine Brix, Romance Languages & Literatures
Instructor Award Honorable Mention…
Eck Institute for Global Health faculty member, Terence McDonnell, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Concurrent Associate Professor in the Keough School of Global Affairs, shares details about his global health research from a social science lens and what he finds to be the most gratifying moment while training students.