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September 26 Childhood Obesity and Cognition: Exploring the Link
Psychology Prof. Terry Davidson will chair a symposium of scientists next month, the first gathering of its kind that is focused on obesity and cognition in children and adolescents.
September 26 Women on the Verge Coming to AU
A Q&A with performing arts professor Carl Menninger.
Richard Dent (anthropology) received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference.
Allan Lichtman (history) appeared on MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show to discuss President Obama's use of executive orders as compared to predecessors.
Washingtonian magazine spoke to Anton Fedyashin (history) about his course on Cold War history and the spy novel.
Visiting Writers Series: Dinaw Mengetsu
Dinaw Mengetsu is the author of three novels, most recently, All Our Names, and winner of a National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 award, a Lannan Literary Fellowship, a Guardian First Book Award, a Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and a Prix du Premier Roman Étranger.
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