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Nov. 30, 2021

In the Media: Stacey Wood Discusses Pension Poaching Scams with Bloomberg

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Nov. 19, 2021

LA Edge Exhibition Features Work from Art and Media Studies Faculty

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Oct. 25, 2021

In the Media: NBC News Discusses History of LA Chinatown Massacre with Hao Huang

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November 30, 2021

In the Media: Stacey Wood Discusses Pension Poaching Scams with Bloomberg

Stacey Wood, Molly Mason Jones Chair in Psychology and professor of psychology, discussed the recent uptick in pension poaching scams with Bloomberg. The scams target elderly US veterans and their families, manipulating victims into signing away a portion of their pensions to false care coordination businesses.

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November 19, 2021

LA Edge Exhibition Features Work from Art and Media Studies Faculty

On October 30, the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery opened the second half of LA Edge, a two-part exhibition showcasing the work of Scripps faculty from the departments of art and media studies.

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October 25, 2021

In the Media: NBC News Discusses History of LA Chinatown Massacre with Hao Huang

NBC News spoke to Hao Huang, Bessie and Cecil Frankel Chair in Music and professor of music, about the 150th anniversary of the LA Chinatown Massacre, which occurred on October 24.

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October 22, 2021

In the Media: Hao Huang Discusses 150th Anniversary of Chinatown Massacre with KPCC’s AirTalk

Hao Huang, Bessie and Cecil Frankel Chair in Music and professor of music, spoke with KPCC’s AirTalk about the 150th anniversary of the LA Chinatown Massacre and his podcast, Blood on Gold Mountain, which explores the massacre through storytelling.

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October 19, 2021

In the Media: Hao Huang Discusses LA Chinatown Massacre with KCRW and KPCC, Commemorative Event Highlighted in Daily Bulletin

Hao Huang, Bessie and Cecil Frankel Chair in Music and professor of music, spoke with KCRW about the 150th anniversary of the LA Chinatown Massacre, one of the worst instances of racial violence in California history. “This isn’t just an Asian American history, this is an American history,” Huang said.

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August 25, 2021

Stephanie Du ’21 Receives REPS Scholar Funding to Assist Sarah Budischak with National Science Foundation-Funded Fieldwork

Stephanie Du will serve as an NSF Research Experience for Post-Baccalaureate Students (REPS) scholar for the 2021–22 academic year. She’ll travel to Finland with Assistant Professor of Biology Sarah Budischak to study wild bank voles infected with a strain of hantavirus, a disease that can spread from rodents to humans.

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August 10, 2021

Traveling Smithsonian Exhibition Features Work by Ken Gonzales-Day

The Smithsonian American Art Museum’s traveling exhibition, Many Wests, includes a series of prints by Ken Gonzales-Day, Fletcher Jones Chair in Art and professor of art, titled “Erased Lynchings.”

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August 5, 2021

In the Media: Publishers Weekly Says Myriam J.A. Chancy’s New Novel “Not to Be Missed”

Publishers Weekly reviewed Myriam J.A. Chancy’s forthcoming novel, What Storm, What Thunder, which will be published by Tin House Books in October 2021. The novel charts the lives of 10 characters affected by the 2010 Haiti earthquake.

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July 30, 2021

Patrick Ferree Receives National Science Foundation Grant

W.M. Keck Science Department Associate Professor of Biology Patrick Ferree received a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study how certain “selfish” genetic elements alter inheritance patterns at the molecular level.

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July 26, 2021

In the Media: Myriam J.A. Chancy’s Novel, What Storm, What Thunder, Receives Starred Kirkus Review

Myriam J.A. Chancy’s new novel, What Storm, What Thunder, received a starred review in Kirkus, which is awarded to “books of exceptional merit.”

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