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Robert McCarter, of the Sam Fox School, has published a monograph examining the works of Finnish architect Alvar Aalto. MORE
Timothy McBride, PhD, of the Brown School, writes about the Affordable Care Act and the uninsured in his Blog on Health Policy, recently touted as a top health-care blog to follow. MORE
Infectious disease specialist Steven Lawrence, MD, answers questions about the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa.MORE
Kimberly Norwood, JD, writes a commentary for CNN on the different treatment African-Americans face in their daily lives. MORE
Planetary scientist Ray Arvidson, PhD, shares stories from the Mars rover missions. MORE
E.A. Quinn, PhD, assistant professor of physical anthropology, writes about colic in her blog "Biomarkers & Milk." MORE
Thomas W. Ferkol, MD, president of the American Thoracic Society, shares his thoughts with The Wall Street Journal about beach getaways.MORE
Several WUSTL faculty members are offering commentaries responding to the unrest in Ferguson. MORE
Gerald Early, PhD, shares his thoughts in Time magazine about Ferguson's history and reasons behind the unrest in the wake of a police shooting of an unarmed teen. MORE
Playwright and Professor Henry Schvey, PhD, discusses his play about artist Oskar Kokoschka for an episode of “Hold That Thought,” a podcast series from Arts & Sciences. MORE
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