An experienced cryptographer of Cold War-era secrets and then developer of predictive math models of the stock market, Nick Patterson RI '17 now takes on the big-data challenges of genetic code.
At “From Sea to Changing Sea,” scientists discussed the history of the oceans and the diverse life they hold, the role they play in the global climate system, and the sobering science of how climate change will impact life in the sea and on land.
Before she wrote The UnAmericans, Molly Antopol RI '17 worked mostly on what she considered her “zero book,” a collection of short stories that she never showed to anybody outside her workshops and never sent out for publication. She wrote to learn how to write.
The Art of Discovery is an eclectic exhibition, featuring bold work from the 2016–2017 Radcliffe fellowship class—work that transcended academic disciplines.
Alyssa A. Goodman and Shigehisa Kuriyama will join Radcliffe as faculty directors.
A Schlesinger Library event considered ways to counter archival scarcity of right-leaning voices.
A leading expert of obesity prevention policy, Sara Bleich PhD ’07 has been named a Carol K. Pforzheimer Professor at the Radcliffe Institute.
A timely Radcliffe Institute panel discussion gave attendees a chance to consider the role of women athletes and fans in the still male-dominated realm of professional and college sports.
Kenvi Phillips has joined the staff of the Schlesinger Library as its first curator for race and ethnicity.
The novelist Garth Risk Hallberg talked at Radcliffe about imbuing prose with a city-like sense of life.