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STEM Time Lecture Series

Wednesdays in DMT 111
6:30-7:30, 9/14–10/12

STEM Time brings together AU faculty and students to discuss STEM-related topics and issues. No RSVP is necessary. 


News & Notes

  • Find upcoming virtual events in the weekly STEM Newsletter.
  • Tracy Weitz received a $500,000 award from the Hewlett Foundation for "Ensuring the timely share and use of information about changes in the US abortion landscape.” 
  • Michael Robinson received a $94,000 award (funded over three years for a total of $284,633) from the Office of Naval Research for “Topological Acoustical Feature Extraction and Exploitation.” 
  • Karen Knee and collaborators were awarded a three-year, $700,000 NSF grant to study emissions of methane from trees.
  • Leah Ding received a $160,000 award from NASA for “Accelerating NASA's Earth and Heliophysics Scientific Research with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Algorithms.”
  • David Kearns (Psychology) received a grant for $320,305 (funded over five years for a total of $1,601,079) from the National Institute on Drug Abuse for "Opioid and Psychostimulant Taking: Testing the Impact of Behavioral Economic Contexts."
  • Amos Golan received a $53,144 grant from the USDA for “The Value of Publicly Available Information and Data.” 
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CAS Faculty Lead Research on Reducing Food Waste

$15 million NSF grant to develop both market and policy solutions.

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