Our researchers are studying how people from Appalachia to Europe are responding to COVID-19's effects on their communities.
While numbers and statistics are essential components in navigating the coronavirus pandemic, they often distance us from the realities experienced by individual people. Our researchers hope to tell a different story by addressing the pandemic from a humanistic perspective.
New research from the Department of Psychology is helping parents and caregivers communicate with and support their children during this unusually stressful time.
For the Class of 2020, this year has been a bittersweet time as they have been forced to celebrate the completion of their degrees without the pomp and circumstance of a traditional commencement.
While the coronavirus has driven us indoors and separated us from loved ones, Sara Loftus, a geography doctoral student, is studying how to build an online community.
From the dean
Letter from Gregory Dunaway
New and notable
Hardwood and Harmony
New and Notable
This Virtual Geology Lab ‘Rocks’
Keeping the Faith
Trusting the Process