Leah Naomi Green’s essay on Kaveh Akbar’s poem “The Miracle” is anthologized in “Raised by Wolves.”
Karena Gill handles all aspects of the event slated to be held Sept. 27-30 in Washington, D.C.
Sandy de Lissovoy was one of 22 fellows to participate in the prestigious residency program at Mt. San Angelo.
Megan Hess collected the award at the AAA Annual Meeting in August.
Professor Jay Margalus co-authored pieces featured in bioRxiv and for the International Symposium on Academic Makerspaces.
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Denny Garvis and Zoila Ponce de León presented a two-day online workshop on applying adaptive and interactive learning practices in undergraduate statistics courses.
Robert Humston will assess over 30 years of data collected by the U.S. Forest Service within the George Washington and Thomas Jefferson National Forests.
Haan’s talk “The Democratization of Shareholding: Power and Passivity in American Corporate and Political Governance” will be held on Sept. 5.
Prof. Kish Parella published "International Law in the Boardroom."
Myers serves as a commentator for the series “Dark Marvels,” offering the history behind some of the world’s most diabolical inventions.
Leica Geosystems followed Bent and his team of W&L students on a day spent mapping the city of Florence.
Prof. Karen Woody published "Caremark's Butterfly Effect."
Pooja Thakur-Wernz presented her paper at the Academy of International Business Conference in Warsaw, Poland on July 9.
Classics professor will use the fellowship to research his project “Annotated Amores” at the University of Cincinnati this spring.
Megan Hess offers perspective on the importance of determining the scope of inventory shrinkage.
Emma Steinkraus’ exhibition “Princess Botticelli” opens June 29 at the 1969 Gallery in Tribeca
Linda Hooks’ comments were featured regarding the stubborn phase of inflation cooling.
W&L Law Dean Melanie Wilson has announced the annual awards that recognize faculty members for their accomplishments as teachers and scholars and for service to the school.
Prof. Josh Fairfield published "Making Virtual Things."
Beth Belmont has been named Director of Experiential Education, and Brandon Hasbrouck will lead the Frances Lewis Law Center.
Justin Davis studied numerous Kickstarter campaigns and published the findings alongside three colleagues.
Prof. Matt Boaz published "Speculative Immigration Policy."
Aly Colón created and organized “Covering Faith and the Faithful” seminars for journalists in Los Angeles and New York City.
Prof. Russ Miller published "Pandemic as Transboundary Harm: Lessons from the Trail Smelter Arbitration."
The first-year head coach led the Generals to their 13th straight conference title.
Generals’ mentor garners the award for the third time after winning his fourth ODAC title.
Mengying Liu will use the funds to research high-throughput crystallographic mapping in the United Kingdom.
Seaman joined the Washington and Lee Law faculty in 2012. His research and teaching interests include intellectual property, property, and election law and voting rights.
Generals’ Head Coach garners the award for the third time across his 11 seasons.
All funds will support W&L students with Professor George Bent’s digital humanities project “Florence As It Was.”
Alan Trammell will present "The False Promise of Jurisdiction Stripping," which is forthcoming in the Columbia Law Review.
Niels-Hugo Blunch was selected for the post at the organization’s annual meeting last month.
Professors Nadia Ayoub and Kyle Friend, and students Jamal Magoti ’23, Maria Luzaran ’23, Cooper Lazo ’24 and Eman Muamar ’24 all contributed to the paper that appeared in the open science platform Frontiers.
Generals’ mentor garners the award for the second straight year and seventh time overall.
Zoila Ponce de León’s chapter is titled “Health Care and the Public-Private Mix in Mexico, Chile, and Peru” and appears in the Latin American section of the publication.
Melissa Kerin and Barton Myers will each receive $6,000 to support their research projects.
Bill Hamilton will utilize the grant to fund his ongoing research on ecosystem health in Yellowstone National Park.
Professor Dayo Abah will dive into leadership programming designed to support a transition into higher education leadership.
Professor Eric Moffa and Jake Winston ’24 penned the article which appeared in The Social Studies Journal.
Hongchu Fu offers a look into the Yuan Dynasty under Mongol Rule in “Three Yuan Plays by Yang Zi.”
Leah Naomi Green’s essay titled “Mourning Songs Are Love Songs” was excerpted from the anthology “Solastalgia: An Anthology of Emotion in a Disappearing World.”
Avvirin Gray, assistant professor of English at Washington and Lee University, is the winner of the 2023 Jean Feldman Poetry Prize.
Jon Erickson’s papers are part of an ongoing research project studying non-invasive gastric mapping techniques.
Johanna Bond, Sydney and Frances Lewis Professor of Law at W&L Law, has been named as the next Dean of Rutgers Law School. Bond will assume her role at Rutgers on July 3, 2023.
Baluarte will teach in the Refugee Law Clinic and assist in the development of clinical legal education more broadly at the Iberoamericana University.
Judge Carlton Reeves of the U.S. District for the Southern District of Mississippi cited Hasbrouck's article "The Antiracist Constitution."
Assistant Professor Margaret Anne Hinkle’s article is titled “Impacts of Sulfonic Acids on Fungal Manganese Oxide Production.”
The fourth edition of “Comparative Politics” is a collaboration between faculty in W&L’s Department of Politics and Department of Sociology and Anthropology.
Laubscher will be recognized for over 25 years of service in the athletic communications profession.
Ben Davis, a visiting professor at W&L Law, received the 2022 Outstanding Contribution to Diversity in ADR award from the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR).
As an international research fellow, Professor Parella will help research the role of social evaluations in business and society.
Nathan Shearer and Alex Radsky were both honored within the NCAA Southeast Region.
The professor of business administration shared his thoughts on ChatGPT and what AI means for higher education.
Professor Carla Laroche published "Black Women and Voter Suppression."
The Generals’ 11th-year head coach garnered the award for the second straight year.
Generals’ mentor garners top conference honor for the ninth time in 16 seasons.
Part memoir/part biography, the book tells the story of the Reverend Russ Ford, who served as the head chaplain on Virginia’s death row for eighteen years.
The grant funds a three-year study in collaboration with Pennsylvania State University and East Tennessee State University.
Professor Lisa Greer’s article focuses on the survival of coral reefs in the Caribbean.
As a member of the NAC, Woody will review decisions rendered in FINRA disciplinary and membership proceedings.
Professor Joel Kuehner’s article focuses on film flow inside corrugated pipes.
The scholarship of Prof. Brandon Hasbrouck was downloaded nearly 13,500 times during 2022, placing him 16th on a list combining scholars from all categories of legal research.
Professor Adedayo Abah will travel to Tanzania to help build a master’s degree program in communications at the University of Dar es Salaam.
Professors Joshua Fairfield and Kish Parella were recognized for their outstanding scholarly work.
“Practical Symbolic Interactions in the Shrine of the South: Conversations with a Damn Yankee” is set to be released on Jan. 15.
Professors Emily Landry and Jim Casey both spoke at the workshop held in Havana.
The AALS House of Representatives voted to accept Wilson’s nomination as the 2023 President-elect. Wilson has served the AALS in numerous capacities, including membership on its Executive Committee since 2020.
Professor Genelle Gertz teamed with former student Pasquale Toscano ’16 to author “The Lost Network of Elizabeth Barton.”
Beth Staples’ fictional short story “Leaf Peepers” appeared in the publication’s Fall 2022 edition.
Anthony Edwards, Theodore Van Loan and Kameliya Atanasova were featured at the annual event.
Professor Lynn Uzzell shared her expertise on the disputed document known as the Pinckney Plan.
Gordon Reistrup was presented with the Susan Hagan Memorial Trophy for the second time.
Recent articles by Sarah Haan on sexism in corporate governance were featured in a commentary by New York Times business and economic columnist Peter Coy.
Professor Brandon Hasbrouck published "Reimagining Public Safety."
Ninth-year head coach named the league’s top coach for the fifth time.
New mentor garners recognition in her first season coaching the Generals.
Eighth-year head coach garners top conference honor for the fourth time.
Prof. Brandon Hasbrouck published "Movement Constitutionalism."
Diego Millan’s recent article analyzes the centrality of jokes in the Chester Himes book “If He Hollers Let Him Go.”
Michael F. Walsh Director of Athletics Jan Hathorn was enshrined in the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Association (IWLCA) Hall of Fame during a ceremony held on Nov. 17.
Art Goldsmith is completing his one-year term as president of the Southern Economic Association.
David Harbor to work on collaborative project to describe and model the erosion process known as “plucking.”
Kevin Finch is nearing completion of his film documentary on celebrated jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery.
Professor Jill Fraley published "Eminent Domain and Unfettered Discretion: Lessons from a History of U.S. Territorial Takings."
Prof. Tim MacDonnell published "Making An Offer That Can’t Be Refused: The Need For Reform In The Rules Governing Informed Consent And Doctor-Patient Agreements."
George Bent, David Pfaff and Mackenzie Brooks teamed up to profile the 3D reconstruction of historic sites in Florence, Italy.
Zoila Ponce de León recognized by the Journal for Latin American Studies.
A new member of the art faculty, Emma Steinkraus recently completed an exhibition at the Hashimoto Contemporary in Los Angeles.
In a new role focusing on pedagogy, W&L Law professor Jill Fraley will design faculty workshops to help the law school advance science-based teaching practices that further student learning and inclusivity.
Alice Tianbo Zhang’s research is being used to shed light on the impact of the pandemic on business activities in Indian Country.
Prof. Brandon Hasbrouck published "On Lenity: What Justice Gorsuch Didn’t Say" examining the decision in Wooden v. United States.
Professor James Moliterno's recent publications include the third edition of "Global Issues in the Legal Profession."
Elliott King profiled the renowned artist for ‘The Journal of Surrealism and the Americas.’
Eric Moffa holds several state and national leadership positions in the field of education.
Timothy Lubin and Anthony Edwards both presented at the event held in Berlin earlier this month.
Dan Johnson seeks to develop assessment tools to foster creativity in STEM education.
Peter Grajzl named a 2022 winner of the Elinor Ostrom Prize.
Zoila Ponce de León will utilize the grant to study immigration and deportation in the U.S. and Brazil.
“The Red Widow” hit bookshelves on Sept. 6 and has received positive reviews.
Clover Archer’s work will be featured in the Art in Odd Places Story exhibition in New York City later this month.