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Rosemary Hopcroft Elected Chair of the Evolution, Biology, & Society Section of ASA

Rosemary was recently elected chair of the Evolution, Biology, & Society Section of ASA beginning in August! Be sure to congratulate her next time you see her! Rosemary Hopcroft Elected Chair of the Evolution, Biology, & Society Section of ASA Read more >>

Sarah Pollock Wins the CLAS Outstanding Teaching by a Full-Time Lecturer Award

Congratulations to Sarah Pollock who was just awarded the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Outstanding Teaching by a Full-Time Lecturer Award! This is awarded to a full-time faculty member who has made exceptional teaching contributions to the undergraduate classroom. Sarah continually shows extraordinary performance in and out of the classroom with her students. She persists to... Sarah Pollock Wins the CLAS Outstanding Teaching by a Full-Time Lecturer Award Read more >>

Yavorsky Strikes Again

In her most recent publication, Glass Ceiling is More Extensive Than Previously Thought, Study Shows, Dr. Jill Yavorsky analyzes gender income patterns in the U.S. and uses her discoveries to dissect the gap between men and women in "elite" houesholds. Indulge in Yavorskys findings to gain an understading of why men control the majority of income resources across the country, and... Yavorsky Strikes Again Read more >>

Dr. Jill Yavorsky, Quoted in CNN Article & an Interview with KCBS Radio

CNN Business recently published an article titled "Millennial women are working more. But they're still doing most of the housework". Assistant Professor Jill Yavorsky is quoted throughout the article concerning women and gender stereotypes as they relate to household responsibilities. Yavorsky was also interviewed by Kim Foster of KCBS Radio regarding her research on the collapse of... Dr. Jill Yavorsky, Quoted in CNN Article & an Interview with KCBS Radio Read more >>

Dr. Hopcroft's research was featured in Scientific American

Scientific American, the longest continuously published magazine in the U.S., has been bringing its readers unique insights about developments in science and technology for more than 170 years. Dr. Rosemary Hopcroft is now forever a piece of this global enterprise. Hopcroft's research backs up study author Shige Song examinations in the article "Wealthy Families Invest More in Sons". Dr. Hopcroft's research was featured in Scientific American Read more >>