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David Brody, MD, PhD, director of the Concussion Clinic at the School of Medicine, has written a step-by-step guide for medical professionals that outlines the best procedures for diagnosis and treatment of patients with concussions.MORE
Reuben Riggs, a senior in Arts & Sciences, writes a review on the Center for the Humanities website of the film “Dear White People.”MORE
Todd Decker, PhD, of the Department of Music in Arts & Sciences, has just released a book, “Who Should Sing Ol’ Man River?: The Lives of an American Song.” He also discussed the project for a “Hold That Thought” podcast.MORE
Jason Q. Purnell, PhD, of the Brown School, writes in the St. Louis American about how Martin Luther King Jr.’s work informs the movement in Ferguson and the region today.MORE
Rebecca Wanzo, PhD, associate director of the Center for the Humanities in Arts & Sciences, writes “a letter to the hollaback folks” on The Feminist Wire.MORE
Mike White, PhD, of the Center for Genome Sciences and Systems Biology, writes in Pacific Standard that scientists and society should be more honest about the inherent uncertainty in scientific research.MORE
The PAD’s Robert Henke, PhD, co-edited a new book, “Transnational Mobilities in Early Modern Theater,” which investigates the theatrical context of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.MORE
Ignacio Sánchez Prado, PhD, author and associate professor of Spanish in Arts & Sciences, reviews the animated film “The Book of Life.”MORE
The Olin Business School blog discusses economist Anne-Marie Slaughter’s recent lecture on women in the workplace.MORE
A new book, “Integrating Cognitive Science with Innovative Teaching in STEM Disciplines,” has been released. Drawn from the 2012 CIRCLE conference, it focuses on innovations in higher education in science and technology fields.MORE
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