Faculty

What You Accomplish When Discovery is in Your DNA
From the moon landing to the Space Station to teaching young aerospace engineers, retiring professor Hans Mark forged an extraordinary career. We explore the highlights.
What It's Like to Learn from a Pulitzer Finalist
Go inside the classroom with two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist and history professor Jacqueline Jones to see a master storyteller at work.
When Your Homework is a Feature-Length Film
RTF students in Steve Mim's feature film workshop course received film and academic credit for serving as crew on "Arlo and Julie," a quirky romantic comedy that has charmed critics.
The Hard, Expensive — and Exciting Work of Developing a New Drug
Meet faculty members who are hard at work to make sure life-saving drugs get from the lab to the patients who need them most.
May 6 Tower Lighting for Mathematics Prof Caffarelli
Luis A. Caffarelli is the winner of the 2014 American Mathematical Society Leroy P. Steele Prize.
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Academic Dates & Deadlines

July 30, Wednesday: Reading day for nine-week law classes.
July 30–31, Wednesday–Thursday: Final examinations for nine-week classes except in the School of Law.
July 31-August 1, Thursday–Friday: Final examinations for nine-week law classes.

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