Jonathan Kelly, professor of psychology, has received a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. With collaborators Stephen Gilbert and Michael Dorneich (industrial and manufacturing systems engineering), the team will study cybersickness, or motion sickness caused by virtual reality. The grant will fund their research through 2026.
Jacqueline E. Reber, Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences, and Kimberly Moss, Biological and Premedical Illustration, have published a paper, Science Communication That Goes Beyond Words, detailing their collaborative interdisciplinary class on science communication in the Spring of 2022. You can read the paper on the Eos website.
Christopher Hopkins, a professor in the Department of Music and Theatre, premiered his composition Arched Interiors II in the Concerts from the Library of Congress series. The concert took place in the Coolidge Auditorium in the Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington D.C. The performance was given by avant-garde piano virtuoso Margaret Leng Tan and included works … Continue reading Christopher Hopkins premieres composition at the Library of Congress