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Green Participates in Virtual New York Art Book Fair by Interview with Photograph Editor

Associate Professor of Art Gary Green is a participant in the Virtual New York Art Book Fair, which runs Feb. 24-28. Green holds a conversation with Photograph magazine’s Editor Jean Dykstra, which will be available throughout the fair at L’Artiere Editions.

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February 25, 2021

Koffman Receives Outstanding Reviewer Award from Communications Earth and Environment

Assistant Professor of Geology Bess Koffman was named an Outstanding Reviewer for 2021 by Communications Earth and Environment, a Nature research journal. Koffman, a geochemist and paleoclimatologist, met the journal’s criteria for the award by “making a significant and positive contribution to the peer review process, demonstrating professionalism and compassion in their reviews, and providing comments that help the...

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February 24, 2021