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Obsidian: Literature and Arts in the African Diaspora is the recipient of a grant awarded by the Amazon Literary Partnership Literary Magazine Fund and the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses.
Assistant director at ISU’s Office of Equal Access and Opportunity aims to bring people together during his mayoral term.
Dr. T.Y. Wang, university professor and chair of the Department of Politics and Government, published “Strategic Ambiguity or Strategic Clarity? US Policy towards the Taiwan Issue” in Taiwan Insight.
Professor Tom McClure, outgoing chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Paralegal Approval Commission, served as the moderator and a presenter at an outreach forum hosted by the ABA in June.
In May, the American Indian Law Journal, operated by the Seattle University School of Law, published an article co-authored by Professor Tom McClure and his son Bill, an attorney practicing in Tacoma, Washington.
Rachel Sabella ’21 found inspiration through her Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies minor to re-examine one part of her family’s business: filing death certificates with the state.
Students from around the world are taking part in the Cross-Institutional Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) workshop hosted by the Intercollegiate Biomathematics Alliance.
Dr. T.Y. Wang, ISU University Professor and Chair of the Department of Politics and Government, has published a co-authored study in Asian Survey (v.61, no.3: 388-410). “COVID-19 and the Rally Effect in Taiwan” examines the rally phenomenon when the island country was confronted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz has been quoted by German international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW) and Qatar-based Aljazeera English (AJE) in reports about Bangladesh-Israel relationship.