Why boredom is good for your brain

February 26, 2019 asianct 0

Feb 7, 2019 Sandra M. Jones When Prof. Sendhil Mullainathan was a young man, he would take long bus rides in upstate New York from Ithaca to Rochester to visit a girl. Snow covered the ground. And he […]

Fujita’s tornado research stirs legacy

February 8, 2019 asianct 0

Steve Koppes Nature’s might created a “perfect storm” for Noboru Nakamura’s 2011 winter quarter Natural Hazards course. “ What’s unusual about this year is the intensity and the number of tornadoes that we observed.” —Noboru Nakamura, Professor in […]

Finding fault lines in the next generation

February 1, 2019 asianct 0

Jan 30, 2019 Jack Wang For more than two years, the innovative GenForward survey has polled thousands of young people across the United States—particularly those of color—about their views on everything from education to immigration to racism. […]

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